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  • Cyrus' Blather

    SF/JavaOne, Day 2, Netbeans Joy

    For those who don't know me, i used to be a huge Netbeans Nut. I used their tools when they were just in their infancy and was thrilled at their rapid pace of developement. Of course, in the past couple of years the amount of Java coding that i do...
  • Arul Kumaravel's WebLog

    Monad WebCast

    Jeffrey Snover, our architect, is going to give a web cast on Monad. Please mark your calendars and attend these events. You will get tons of information on Monad TechNet Webcast: Next Generation Command Line Scripting using Monad (Part 1 of 2)...
  • Eric Jarvi

    security kaizen

    Some starting points for sharpening the security saw: Threat Modeling (MSDN) http://Channel9.Msdn.Com/Security (MSDN/Channel9/PAG security wiki)
  • Visual Studio Team Test

    Mercury announces integration strategy for VSTS

    One of the key things we focused on in this release of our testing tools was to not only provide a good number of test types, but to also create a framework that makes it easy for third-parties to integrate their tools with ours (the rest of the VSTS...
  • mgoldin's blog

    Let me introduce myself

    Hello, I am Maxim Goldin, and I am a developer in Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2005. More specifically – I spend all my working hours developing a profiler , which is a part of VSTS. I joined Microsoft in June 2003 after serving Intel Corporation...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium


    For the most part, being involved in blogs has been very positive, but every once in a while, something happens that makes you question the judgement of humanity. It's especially bad when it's somebody you know. I guess at my age, I shouldn't be surprised...
  • David Wang

    HOWTO: Programmatically detect status of a Web Service Extension

    HOWTO: Programmatically detect status of a Web Service Extension...
  • The Old New Thing

    Why are there broadcast-based mechanisms in Windows?

    They weren't susceptible to hung windows back in the old days....
  • TabBlogger

    Gnomedex: what is that giant sucking sound?

    Hrmph. Had I only known ahead of time, I'd be a) rich because I could predict the stock market; b) famous because I could predict the future and c) a bit less peeved at how Tablets were shown at Gnomedex . If you attended the event, you know that this...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    SF/JavaOne, Day 1.5-2

    SF, Day 1.5 Walked around the city last night to try and get a feeling for my general surroundings. Got lost several times, but was always able to find my way back since my hotel is plainly visible from just about everywhere. Walked from 2nd to...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    SF/JavaOne, Day 1

    Dear god the United line is unbelievably long at the airport. I'm 90 minutes early, but even so i don't know if i'll be able to make my flight. I can't even see the front of the line from the back, and there are more twists and turns in it than my...
  • Russell Christopher's Semi-Useful BI Musings

    Displaying Report Builder to non-admin users in SQL Server Reporting Services 2005

    I finally began playing around with how to secure models and/or items within a model, so I needed a "testuser" to launch IE under in order to test my changes. Much to my chagrin, testuser didn't even get the Report Builder button displayed in the Report...
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