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  • Antimail

    A harddisk with 1 terabit per square inch?

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    This is funny. I just blogged about the new perpendicular storage technology (which is estimated to give 230 gigabits per square inch - which is about 29 GB per sq.in.). Well, how about about a harddisk that stores four times more than that? Physicists...
  • Antimail

    Seagate adopts perpendicular recording technology for harddisks

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    Another storm in the harddisk industry is coming. Hitachi announced its commitment a few months ago. And now, Seagate quickly follows... The new products are expected to ship starting this summer. Seagate is preparing to convert between 70 percent...
  • Jeu George's Blogs

    Bit Fiddling - 3

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    Now that we have seen some trivial and fast approaches to do bit counting. Lets look into one brilliant parallent counting solution. Parallel Counting 5. MIT HAKMEM Count HAKMEM (Hacks Memo) is a legendary collection of neat mathematical and...
  • Because we can

    Transactional Registry

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    I confess: I'm breaking the first rule of blogging and talking about something I know nothing - literally, nothing - about. When I first started this blog, lots of people were asking about Transactional Registry support. I guess somebody in MS agreed...
  • Daryll McDade

    TechEd podcasts available

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    Not sure how this slipped by me... If you can't attend, the TechEd podcast feed is a cool way to keep up with the presentations. Complete with instructions! UPDATE: The product team folks have been running around at TechEd 2005 recording interviews...
  • So what is a developer experience anyway?

    We're hiring

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    We have several open positions in the Visual Studio user experience team. One of those positions is for somebody to work with me on the API usability efforts. We've got lots of exciting ideas about research projects that we'd like to work on to provide...
  • drwill's bailiwick

    Running Tests with Code Coverage

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    I posted in our team blog, with help from Dominic Hopton , about running tests with code coverage. You can view it here .
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    TechEd 2005 - Videos so far...

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    Here’s the list of videos we’ve produced so far at TechEd 2005 – We’re in the middle of uploading a TON of videos including a PodAttack on Don Box right in the middle of his modelling session (hope to have that up tonight). My favorites right now are...
  • Daryll McDade

    Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 skill building tools now available

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    Microsoft Learning has just launched a new set of e-Learning products on the Whidbey Developer Center . There's a total of 62 hours of in-depth online training on the newest features of Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005, with hands-on virtual labs...
  • Mark Yocom's Script Tips

    Ignoring the output of a command

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    Earlier , I used >nul 2>&1 to suppress the output of a command, and the question was brought up as to why this was "better" than just >nul . To understand what's going on, you need to know that there are two streams of output from any...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    PodQuiz

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    Last summer, I got invited by one of the C# PMs to go to a "Quiz Night" at an English pub in the Wallingford area of Seattle. I thought I would do okay, since I know a fair amount of trivia. I did poorly. Today, I came across PodQuiz , a quiz podcast...
  • Marco Dorantes' WebLog

    Valuable shortcut keys

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    This has been valuable for me: Visual Studio .NET Default Settings Shortcut Keys For example, when studying illegible code with pages of code between pair of braces, Edit.GotoBrace o Edit.GotoBraceExtend are useful matching and selecting code between...
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