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  • VB.Net and other things

    Why CLR is two-in-one on 64bit platform

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    As I mentioned in my previous post when we install .Net framework on a 64bit machine we put both 32 bit and 64 bit runtimes on it. A reasonable question is “Why do we need 32 bit runtime on a 64 bit machine?”. The answer is “To enable your .Net app to...
  • Tales from the Smart Client

    Why Avalon?

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    Brian states it very well Though I would like to know what he has against dancing hippos...
  • .NET Security Blog

    The Return of ManagedStrongName: Key Containers

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    (updated 12/3/04, pointed to the newly refactored source ) It's been nearly two months since the last update to my managed sn.exe port , so its long-past overdue for some new features. This update implements the various key container features that are...
  • Stawsh's WebLog

    What's the right batch?

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    Batch on Windows? I have been talking to customers who are making the migration from an IBM mainframe system and to others considering a migration. Batch, and the ability to get the batch work done within the available “batch window“ of time, is always...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Adding work exceptions to Connection Manager

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    Over on the microsoft.public.smartphone.developer newsgroup there was an interesting discussion about connecting to corporate networks using Smartphone devices. One of our customers wanted to VPN back into his corporation to get his mail, but was having...
  • Visual Studio For Devices

    New mobility articles are up on MSDN

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    Three new articles on developing for Windows Mobile devices just went live on MSDN. One of them is the first in a series on migrating eVB applications to VB.NET. Architecting Disconnected Mobile Applications Using a Service Oriented Architecture The Windows...
  • Tim Sneath

    All Aboard the Developer "Express"

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    I had a great time this week presenting to the London Database Developer Forum on the Express product range. As I'm sure most of you know, we announced at TechEd Europe the first public beta of a range of cut-down, very low cost versions of our developer...
  • .NET4Office

    Fun with Shimming Wizards, Shimming and Outlook

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    As promised, I thought I'd report on my experience with the new Shimming wizards that I blogged about earlier . The wizards are available for download here . I've been working mainly with Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 and the 2.0 CLR. Silly me...
  • notes and rants

    A few random notes...

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    Although this is (as the title implies) not a typical blog, I've determined that I should post here every few weeks or so - mainly because if I don't, the old threads close, and nobody can post responses. Many people have gone ahead and emailed me directly...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Getting your feedback!

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    I'm interested in our consumer's feedback and knowing what sort of things people would like me to blog about. If you have feedback or things you'd like to see me post on, please just post a comment on this blog instead of trying to send me email. (I bet...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Geek Speak: Comming to New Orleans, LA

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    Hi Everyone, I will be at comming to New Orleans, LA on October 7th. I look forward to talking to you there. Thanks David Waddleton You can register by going to http://www.msdnevents.com
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    Sun releases J2SE 5.0 - more downloads!

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    Just when I thought that I was reaching a point where some level of stability might be introduced into my Java experience for at least 48 hours, Sun releases J2SE 5.0 . Well, there's at least two more downloads! [Edited to remove reference to a new release...
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