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  • Jochen Seemann's Blog

    Future releases of the DSL Tools

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    I often get the question if the current CTP release of the DSL tools is already close or similar to the final first version of the tools. The answer is that we will continue to ship CTPs with a growing set of features. My colleague Stuart Kent summarized...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Word add-in - a load of Bull

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    Using a Word add-in can be fun as well as useful. A fun example is Bullfighter , (found via Web Pages that Suck ), the 'epoch-defining software that works with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint to help you find and eliminate jargon in your documents'. The...
  • The Old New Thing

    Why does the debugger show me the wrong virtual function?

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    Pointers to virtual functions all look the same....
  • Omar Shahine

    Apple iTunes DRM hole

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    It seems that Paul Thurrott is astonished that Apple would apply DRM to purchased music on the client (iTunes) rather than the server. Seems like a really bad design decision and a good way to open the door for two programmers to crack it . The statement...
  • Il blog di Giulio Vian

    HOWTO: Setup for SmartPhone Development (UPDATED)

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    The right installation sequence for using both managed and unmanaged: Active Sync 3.8 eMbedded Visual C++® 4.0 with Service Pack 2 eMbedded Visual C++® 4.0 Service Pack 4 Visual Studio .NET 2003 choose Mobile / CompactFramework ...
  • daclark's WebLog

    Provisioning part 2

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    I just posted my second article on "big-P" Provisioning, here .
  • Il blog di Giulio Vian

    HOWTO: Using IE proxy settings (including credentials!)

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    Very easy but hard to find. System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapHttpClientProtocol proxy = ... System.Net.WebProxy ieProxy = System.Net.WebProxy.GetDefaultProxy(); if (ieProxy != null && ieProxy.Address != null ) { ieProxy.Credentials =...
  • daclark's WebLog

    What is Provisioning? (part 2)

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    If Provisioning can be a generic utility, we need to determine the components that provisioning systems (whether for identities, desktops, servers, etc.) should have in common. In general, each provisioning system needs policy definition (including means...
  • Omar Shahine

    Windows Media DRM to deliver Indian Movies over the Internet

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    One of my co-workers, Imran , is a prime example of how powerful a rich and licensable DRM system allows people to build a business on your platform. The site that he helped create is called Masala Downloads and operates much like Cinemanow or Movielink...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    No way!

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    Could it be? Might we all be so lucky? Is it just some elaborate hoax? Could they ever do it justice in a movie? Can i stop giggling and jumping up and down like a schoolgirl? Will the rhetorical questions ever end?
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Stop that alarm!

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    I should probably get one of these ! My poor alarm clock must feel like a punching bag. J At least this one has a chance…it can run and hide! Hit snooze and this alarm clock runs and hides - http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7268066/
  • robgruen's WebLog

    What do haircuts and technology have in common?

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    If you were to ask me this I’d have to say nothing ( neither does the internet )! But hold on, I really do have a story to tell… I went to get my hair cut on Monday. I visited a shop nearby work that I had previously been to. It had been a while since...
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