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  • ...Me Unplugged...


    Exactly....too tied up with loads of stuff. Looking at getting my own home, so thats stealing most of my waking hours. The rest am sleeping. need to break out of the habit of sleeping everyday [sic]. Man wish I was born on Krypton. Wondering if theres...
  • Stephen Toub

    August 2005 issue of MSDN Magazine now online

    The August 2005 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available online at . And for those of you on the go, a downloadable CHM file of the entire issue is available at
  • Shawn Veney's WebLog


    I'm Shawn Veney, a Technologist with Microsoft and a soldier in the U.S. Army. Fortunately for me the 2 occupations have a lot in common. At Microsoft my team does security assessments, threat modeling, design reviews and various forms of risk management...
  • jfo's coding

    Why don’t my fonts get bigger when I go Large Font?

    It all stems back to a rather unfortunate implementation of Control.DefaultFont. Raymond talked a bit about DEFAULT_GUI_FONT the other day, and mentioned that no one is using it anymore. Unfortunately, this is the default font for controls. DEFAULT_GUI_FONT...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Buzz Marketing

    I just read Buzzmarketing by Mark Hughes thoroughly enjoyed the marketing stories about Miller Lite, Britney Spears, Apple Macintosh, Ford Mustang, and others. The meat of the book was also interesting and I am now thinking of ways to use these ideas...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Watching the conversation

    Last week the whole team came together for a bunch of meetings in Sydney. In one session we traded stories on tactics and techniques we used to get our job done. I shared with the team what I do to keep a watch on the blogosphere. Just like Scoble...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    NZ TechED 2005 – It’s going to rock – 70% Capacity Reached

    Well TechEd has been taking up a lot of my time and also my teams time over the last few weeks. We are getting close to the [ New Zealand ’s biggest IT] event and we are now only 7 weeks out . It’s been an incredible year for events since I’ve been...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    Get MSDN Universal for 48% less in NZ now!!!!!

    I’ve bogged about Visual Studio Team System a couple of times: NZ VSTS Developer Competition - $100K in prizes Is Visual Studio Team System for Me? VSTS Webcasts VS 2005 Product Line-up :: A Picture Says 1,000 Words Get VSTS, VS2005...
  • Ryan's OneDrive Developer Blog

    Moving towards the TAP

    As we get further along in the Office product cycle, we’re getting closer to starting the TAP (Technology Adoption Program) and actually getting the new bits into a limited number of customer hands. What’s great about this is that it means we’ll start...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    The 19 Deadly Sins of Software Security

    After much blood, sweat and tears, a new software security book, written by me, David LeBlanc and John Viega went to the printers today, and should be available in time for Blackhat :) It has the ever-so catchy title of "The 19 Deadly Sins of Software...
  • Devin Jenson's WebLog

    Accessing Dynamic Generic Methods via Interfaces

    It is possible to use the Reflection.Emit classes to emit generic methods on a dynamic type. Additionally, dynamic types can implement interfaces making it easy to access it's generic methods (or any of it's published members). Without interfaces, to...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Mobile : Global Contact Access Powertoy

    Microsoft Global Contact Access is a free power to y for Windows Mobile devices which enables you to look up contacts in the Global Address List (GAL) and check co-worker schedules. Global Contact Access is available at the Windows Mobile download site...
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