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  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    Hey Sean where’d you go?

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    It’s been a busy past few weeks. I was in Australia at the start of the week for a Microsoft ANZ managers meeting and the next few weeks also look pretty busy… I’m still here – I’ve not intentionally stopped posting ;)
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Community Server 1.0 Released!

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    Telligent Systems , the company founded by former Microsoftie (and ASP.NET whiz kid) Rob Howard, has finally released Community Server 1.0 . Community Server combines the functionality of forums (based on the ASP.NET forums engine Rob worked on while...
  • Yves Dolce

    Restricted Pointers in C

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    As I mentioned in the " Have you looked as those new keywords to help the 2005 C++ compiler produce better code? ", VC++ 2005 will now have that keyword in C and (!) C++. In an internal Discution List, someone pointed to this interesting paper: Restricted...
  • Roberdan

    Worshop Microsoft-Mip Politecnico di Milano sulle Intranet!

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    Modelli di Business e Governance della intranet Scelte e strategie tecnologiche La Roadmap di sviluppo dell’Intranet Lavori di gruppo Due casi italiani per l'agenda dettagliata cliccate qui . per iscrivervi cliccate qui . Saremo in pochi, per cui sbrigatevi...
  • dougturn's WebLog

    So, is Windows Server 2003 more secure than Red Hat Linux?

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    According to this Linux guy , it is... Interesting read.
  • dougturn's WebLog

    Atlanta Code Camp is sold out!

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    You gotta be kidding me! We just opened up registration on Feb 11th, and the thing filled up in 5 days. For those of you that wanted to come, All I can really say is wait until the next one. We'll try to find a bigger facility, obviously, for the next...
  • Write Ahead Blog

    Activating queue reader processes on demand

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    In a previous post, I talked about internal activation . But it may not always be feasible to write Service Broker programs as stored procedures. For example, the service program may take a long time to process a message or might require to make a call...
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    Playing with Fire

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    A flight attendant at Delta was recently fired for posting pictures of herself in uniform in her blog. Who knows what else is behind that story but Google gave the boot to an employee for discussing sensitive information in a blog. Friendster got rid...
  • Don Syme's WebLog on F# and Related Topics

    Contract position in compiler development, also some snippets of F# news

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    [ Note - Applications for the contract position have now closed - thanks! ] I meant to put this on my blog a while back, but it's not too late yet. Basically, we have a six month contract position available at the wonderful place where I work, the Microsoft...
  • AprilR's Blog

    Calling All Visual Studio 6.0 C/C++ developers!

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    As we work toward finalizing our 2005 release over the next months, one of the things we think about in planning future product versions is whether or not you - our customers - are finding the features and benefits in recent releases to actually be of...
  • AprilR's Blog

    Microsoft C/C++ Compiler Central

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    At Microsoft, the Visual C++ team is C++ compiler central. In my first two posts, I gave some basic descriptions about the release role I try to fill and gave a basic picture on how our team fits into the whole of Microsoft. What reader Wil inquires about...
  • MSDN Managed Newsgroups

    Configuring your web news profile for MSDN Managed Newsgroup Benefit

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    Visit http://msdn.microsoft.com/newsgroups/managed Select the profile icon located in the top right part of the web news welcome page. The Icon is located between the passport sign on icon and the help link If you are not already logged in to passport...
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