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  • Ben Armstrong

    Automating the keyboard under Virtual Server

    If you want to perform any significant amount of virtual machine automation with Virtual Server – you will need to figure out how to drive the keyboard. There are a number of possible methods for doing this – and each one has its advantages: VM.keyboard...
  • Hilmars hjørne

    TechEd i Amsterdam, here we come!

    Så fik jeg endelig meldt mig til årets TechEd i Amsterdam . Vi tager et par stykker afsted herfra (vores nye ISV-mand, Nikolaj Winnes og undertegnede), og jeg har faktisk i år også meldt mig til pre-konference-dagen, hvor jeg glæder mig meget til at se...
  • Зеркало: Воскресные байты изнутри Microsoft

    Microsoft и SAP создают совместный продукт..

    .. с кодовым названием "Mendocino" (Мне хочется произнести "Мендочино", но Jeff Raikes во время объявления о продукте на SAPPHIRE во вторник в Копенгагене сказал "Мендосино" - так что видимо так и будет правильно :) ). Продукт будет обеспечивать глубокую...
  • Hilmars hjørne

    Installation af Team Foundation og Team Build

    Hvis du er en af dem, der har hentet (eller bestilt) Team System beta 2, så er installation af den underliggende Foundation Server næsten et must - i hvert fald hvis du virkelig vil se, hvad Team System kan. Installationen af den kræver en smule benarbejde...
  • [MSFT]

    Get a free book about VS.NET 2005!!!

    Did you know that developers who register their copy of Beta 2 will have access to a free developer title from Microsoft Press. After downloading the Beta you receive an email telling you about this benefit. When you complete the registration process...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Channel9 interview with Jim Allchin

    I just got word from a couple of friends that there is a nearly hour-long interview with Jim Allchin (Microsoft group vice president, in charge of Windows among other things) posted up on the Channel9 site. I listened to a bunch of it and there are some...
  • Windows Embedded Standard (Standard 7, Standard 2009, XPe...)

    Why the Monster QFE Packages?

    In January we released the Beta version of the new QFE format. “Oh no!” I hear you say, “What do I have to do now to keep my database up to date?”. Well, the reasoning behind the change is to make it easier for customers to keep their Embedded database...
  • Bill O'Brien's WebLog

    Architect Council

    Another great Architect Council. Thanks to everyone for attending. Dino Chiesa did a fantastic session on Service Orientation moving from the concepts, through to design, current standards and Web services. He also talked about Interop in some detail...
  • Aali's blog

    Web Services Competency Workshop material

    Beat Schwegler was here to present an excellent Web Services Competency Workshop last week. The material and demos are now available. Enjoy!
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Update about J# redistributable package installation in VS 2005 setup

    Now that Visual Studio 2005 beta 2 has been released, I have gotten a handful of questions about my blog post from last August explaining why VS setup forces the user to install the J# redistributable package when they don't intend to do J# development...
  • Random Seed

    Code coverage analysis using PGO

    In VC++ 2005, you have a feature that enables you to do profile guided optimization in you app. If you are not familiar with PGO (profile-guided optimization), Kang Su Gatlin wrote an article in MSDN about it here . What I want to share today, is what...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Update on MAD Code Camp

    I just got an update on registration for the Mid-Atlantic Code Camp , and we're down to around 25 slots left. So if you've been thinking about attending, but haven't registered yet, don't dilly-dally, because at this rate the event will be full soon....
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