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  • Franci Penov

    New methods for IPC

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    Stoyan has an interesting post about two new methods for IPC . The MCIPC (Morse Code IPC) uses one mutex and the well-known morse code. The other method uses 64 mutexes (+1 for silence or bus tact) to form 64-bit bus. I'll have to spend some time to implement...
  • The Web and Microsoft

    Windows Hosting Code Sharing Communities -- Where are You?

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    Since becoming a Hosting Evangelist for Microsoft it has come to my attention that there is lack information, users groups, and freeware available to the Microsoft world. This seems to be especially true amongst those seeking information in the hosting...
  • Live Search

    Newsbot Revamped

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    As some of you may have noticed, MSN Newsbot , our personalized news aggregator, has undergone some changes as a part of the MSN Search launch. The UI is now integrated with the search product. In the US this means moving easily between Newsbot Search...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Want to try out Microsoft developer tools?

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    Want to try out Microsoft developer tools, but without having to install/uninstall trial versions? https://msdn.demoservers.com/ provides virtual labs for Visual Studio .NET 2003, ASP.NET, BizTalk Server 2004, Web Services, Security, and more. You can...
  • Matt Powell

    WS-Security UsernameToken Best Practices

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    We just published an article by Keith Brown on how to properly use WS-Security UsernameTokens for your Web services . Keith did a great job of talking about all the issues involved and with the help of Hervey we really hashed through all the issues that...
  • NETNew WebLog

    New Issue of Architects Journal

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    ...located on the MSDN Architecture Center at http://msdn.microsoft.com/architecture/default.aspx?pull=/library/en-us/dnmaj/html/aj4intro.asp
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Implementing ICorDebug to reuse existing debuggers?

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    I usually talk about people writing debuggers to consume the ICorDebug API and debug CLR applications. Nathanael Presson asked me the exact inverse question: … my concern is not to write a debugger for managed code, but to make my own self cooked .net...
  • Sam Jarawan's WebLog

    Please welcome me to blogworld.

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    Hi, Well you're probably wondering who I am. My name is Sam Jarawan and I'm a software developer on the Team Foundation Server Team. Specifically I'm what we call a backend or middle tier developer on the "Work Item Tracking" aka "Currituck" team. I'm...
  • simon.says

    Using soap.tcp between Microsoft WSE and Apache Axis

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    You may know that Microsoft WSE 2.0 has the ability to use other transports other than HTTP for Web Services. Supplied "in the box" are implementations of soap.tcp and soap.inproc. When speaking at recent events I've had a few people approach me and ask...
  • Microsoft InfoPath 2010

    Showing a Red Asterisk on a Rich Text Box

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    Q: How do I get the red asterisk to show on a Rich Text Box? There isn’t a checkbox for “Cannot be blank” on this type of control! A: Easy - add a declarative data validation rule for the condition where the field bound to the Rich Text Box “is blank...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Shooting trouble

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    I was lazy today, and decided not to walk in during a beautiful sunny Redmond day, instead allowing the decongestants to soak through my head. However, I had one conference call I wanted to attend on upcoming changes to some site . While I was listening...
  • simon.says

    AxisTCP

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    Interoperability between Microsoft WSE 2.0 and Apache Axis 1.2 RC2 using a SOAP TCP Channel Summary: This article shows how to extend the usage of the SOAP TCP channel, a sample custom transport supplied with Microsoft Web Services Enhancements (WSE)...
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