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  • .NET Security Blog

    Don't Sign C++/CLI Assemblies with Attributes

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    We've already talked about using the /keyfile or /keycontainer switches to sign C# and VB assemblies instead of using the AssemblyKeyFile attribute. When dealing with C++/CLI assemblies, using these switches becomes even more important. The reasoning...
  • Natala La La @ MSN

    this is a test, only a test.

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    woohoo! this is my first post to msdn. welcome to my world!
  • Blog de RicardoJ

    WebCast: C# o VB?

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    El MVP Alex Sánchez , líder del UserGroup LatinDevelopers de Panamá, estará impartiendo el próximo 19 de Julio a la 1pm (hora Panamá) para el mundo entero un WebCast para despejar algunas de las preguntas más frecuentes que surgen cuando empezamos a incursionar...
  • Misha Shneerson

    Another VSTO blogger

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    That would be me - Misha Shneerson. I am a developer in VSTO team. My career has been evolving around Office Programmability since I joined Microsoft almost 5 years ago right before Microsoft Office XP Developer has shipped. Then came one of the re-orgs...
  • Toffer's WebLog

    coding standards...

    • 8 Comments
    Oooooofda. The last few days I've been reading through some code that I found on SourceForge...and my initial impressions are that it's horrible. It doesn't seem that anyone has implimented any standards of any sort to how code was to be added. It really...
  • Lori Pearce's WebLog

    My afternoon with Arfa

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    I was recentely fortunate to spend a couple of hours with Arfa Karim Randhawa, a wonderful young girl from Pakistan who is the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (she passed the exams at age 9, she's 10 now). Soma sponsored her visit to Microsoft...
  • Roberdan

    SharePoint at university of Camerino

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    Here you can see a good implementation of SharePoint for EDUCATION: http://www.cs.unicam.it/default.aspx THX to Romeo Pruno and Emanuele Mattei (Italiano: c'è anche un'introduzione ad Infopath al link http://blog.shareoffice.it/emanuele/articles...
  • Adventures In SoftwareLand

    Microsoft and Shareware

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    As the first day of the Shareware Industry Conference continues I've been thinking about how to explain the connection between Microsoft and shareware. First off, there is a very nice history of shareware over at Paul Mayer's website, Paul's Picks...
  • Antimail

    Water cooling technology for server racks

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    Dissipating the heat in a rack full of servers can be a real problem given the extreme power consumption. IBM introduces a new technology that attempts to fix this problem: Officially called the IBM eServer Rear Door Heat eXchanger, Cool Blue is...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    Behavior of BizTalk Adapters with Transactions

    • 11 Comments
    Plenty of folks make the assumption that wrapping a couple BizTalk adapters in an atomic scope makes the entire scope behave transactionally. However, the adapter framework, and overall messagebox architecture actually make that a false assumption. When...
  • Russell Christopher's Semi-Useful BI Musings

    Testing dataset queries which utilize multi-value parameters in SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services

    • 8 Comments
    Normally, when you have a dataset query which is filtered by a parameter (like the one below), it's easy to test it in the query design tool: SELECT field1,field2 FROM table WHERE field3 = @someParameter ...you simply click the "!" button on the...
  • The Little Wheel Goes in Back

    Howdy, howdy!

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    Gosh, it seems like I'm the last person to take a stab at this blogging thing! Hello! The blog name and title refers to the difference between most airplanes you see today with the steering wheel in front (tricycle gear) and the ones that dominated...
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