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  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    LINQ PDC Preview for Visual Studio 2005 RTM available... already!

    Amazingly, there's already a drop of the LINQ PDC Preview that works with the RTM version of Visual Studio 2005. You can get it here, on the LINQ home page . LINQ, the Language INtegrated Query Project, is still a future technology of course, but for...
  • Euan Garden's BLOG

    Kamal joins the ranks of SQL Server MSDN bloggers

    Kamal Hathi has joined the msdn blogging team for sql server, he is going to double post his sqljunkies blog for a while before moving over. Kamal used to be responsible for Integration Services and is now responsible for Analysis Services
  • Bill Gibson's Blog

    Going dark...

    I've not lost enthusiasm for this blogging thing, its just that I've been asked to convert some of my blog entries into MSDN TechNotes and write others afresh to accompany the Visual Studio launch, so I've been busy with notes/articles in work on the...
  • Field Notes Of An Enterprise Software Consultant

    MSVCR80D.dll not found

    I ran in to this couple of days back. Visual Studio 2005 threw up the following error message when i ran my CRT Win32\Console application in Debug mode. --------------------------- <App Name> - Unable To Locate Component -----------------------...
  • Jerome Carron's Weblog

    Loot Bags…

    In case you're wondering what we'll be giving out at the Canadian Launch tour of VSTS/SQL/BTS well then click here . Wonder if they'll include a Pez dispenser with that?
  • Ravi Rao's Blog

    PDC '05 videos are now online

    All talks are available at People Near Me Talk: Peer to Peer Talk:
  • Ali Pasha's WebLog...

    Devarchitect and personas...

    Even prior to Bill Gibson's blog on the devarchitect , my own thoughts on personas have been that they are very useful abstractions that help us focus us on the target user and hence prioritize features accordingly. It is essential that we create those...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Make Firefox Look Like Internet Explorer

    Make Firefox Look Like Internet Explorer . Why? 'cause you can. (alt. reason for me: when I'm presenting demos to the VPs I don't *have* to switch to IE ;-) via Digg .
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    My toys over the years

    At the Southwest Fox conference, I showed a slide titled “My Toys” I showed the computer, the processing speed and the amount of memory in a table: Year Machine CPU Speed Megabytes Product (Mhz*MB) 1971 PDP-8 .066 .004 .000264 1981 IBM...
  • Ravi Rao's Blog


    I'll try to keep this FAQ updated on the general questions asked on the p2p infrastructure: 1. How scalable is the p2p framework? * PNRP is the serverless name resolution protocol, and is scalable to the size of the internet. * Graphing/Grouping...
  • Ravi Rao's Blog

    Adrian Moore's managed projects

    Some cool work by Adrian Moore on managed wrappers and project built on the peer to peer collaboration framework.
  • Ravi Rao's Blog

    I did a People Near Me Podcast

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