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  • MHender Rambles On

    Painting Performance and Form Background Images

    I'm blogging to: Erykah Badu Mama's Gun Today I'm not going to talk about Crossbow stuff. Instead, I'm going to focus on an issue related to general Windows Forms applications. A customer that I met at PDC was talking to me about an...
  • Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System

    Quick Start #2: Deploying a Document and an Assembly to Different Local Folders

    Note : There are other Quick Starts in this series, including: Deploying a Document and an Assembly to a Local Folder Deploying a Document to a Local Folder, and an Assembly to a Network Folder Deploying a Document and an Assembly to a Network...
  • .NET Security Blog

    MSDN Security Issue

    The annual MSDN Security Issue is now out, in addition to containing my article on hosting untrusted code, it also has one by Mike on What's New With Code Access Security in the .NET Framework 2.0 . We worked to make these two articles fit nicely together...
  • Rob Caron

    Now Blogging: Bill Gibson

    Bill Gibson , PM for the Distributed System Designers (fka Whitehorse), has started blogging. If you ever wanted a better understanding of the how and why around these designers, you should do yourself a favor and read his blog (and the docs of course...
  • graceworld

    Finding my way in the world

    Recently we had some career coaches come in and help us analyze the data that came out of our MBTI and FIRO-B tests. I've always been a "good tester" and although I'd like to be an ENFP - which is what the results reflected, I really am an ENTJ - that...
  • HoppeRx - the cure for your ailing device

    Not all Watson dumps are created equal (Watson part II)

    The second installment of Watson will focus on the type of dump created during error reporting. Watson will chose one of the following depending on system settings and resources available – the significant difference between them is size required to process...
  • John Lawrence (MSFT)

    Seismographic information via RSS

    The recent earthquake tragedies must have been on my wife's mind heavily, because last night she woke me up at 4am because she was convinced she had been woken up by a tremor which had lasted for several minutes. I spent the next 15 minutes in a semi...
  • Il blog di Giulio Vian

    503 Too busy

    It's time to start writing something down again. It's been a very very busy period (maybe vacation & UR target has some impact on this) but it will not slow down any time soon so I must force myself to spend some time here.
  • John Bristowe's Weblog

    Edmonton TechNet Event Update

    Earlier today, I was informed that the TechNet event scheduled for November 15 in Edmonton, Alberta is now full and that a waiting list has been created. Wow. Please don't forget to register for your local event while seats are still available .
  • Anandi’s Thoughts

    12 days until TAP Kickoff

    We're getting closer to the event. And yet, there's still so much to do! I've got a couple of different Powerpoint slide decks I'm working on (ah, the life of a PM!) - thankfully I can re-use some of the slides for multiple presentations. Tomorrow...
  • Bill Gibson's Blog

    Why the name, Whitehorse?

    A little bit of trivia. Whitehorse is the capital of the Yukon Territory in Canada. That made sense as a name back in the days when the group's mission was largely SQL Server data tools. Times changed and our mission changed but the name stuck. Whitehorse...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Linksys Skype phone review

    I'm reading this: Linksys CIT200 Skype phone review . Looks tasty. (via Gizmodo ) Harald has hacked together his own Skype / Bluetooth headset / IM / webcam solution.
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