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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Another Keynote, already ?

    I’m back in the office after last weeks MEDC 2005 event and am getting ready for TechEd 2005 – tons of cool demo’s to work on… just look at the state of my office… – Mike
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Hidden Message in Writing Secure Code 2nd Ed

    I've been meaning to write about this for a year or so, but for some reason I simply keep forgetting to do it! There's a hidden message in WSC 2nd ed. Since the book's release, only one person has found it. Here's a clue: it's in plain sight :)
  • Eric Jarvi

    Q: What's the difference between code profiling and dynamic code analysis?

    Q: What's the difference between code profiling and dynamic code analysis? A: Dynamic Code Analysis is a category of analysis features, code profiling is a specific feature in that category. Code coverage (which uses the same engine as the profiler...
  • Yves Dolce

    Abril Despedacado

    Abril Despedaçado. Beautiful movie. The music. The photography. The story. Hard to go back to reality and take your mind out of the movie's atmosphere. The site: ( IMDB ) ...
  • Paul Andrew

    Moved from Wellington, New Zealand to Redmond, Washington.

    I just got SharpReader installed again. I've been absent from blogging since I left New Zealand on 11th March 2005. Sorry about that. I noticed that Nic has dropped me off the New Zealand .NET Developers Blog Roll . Very sad. Hey Nic, don't expat's count...
  • Ron Jacobs

    Generating the Data Tier

    Recently a couple of MVPs from Mexico sent me a tool that they created called the DataTierGenerator for Enterprise Library. This thing is pretty cool so yesterday afternoon I decided to give it a spin. I was thoroughly impressed! It does a terrific job...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    14 years at Microsoft

    My first post for a very long time, as I have been recovering from surgery . Today is the anniversary of when I started my career at Microsoft - 14 years! As I said last year , I've been really lucky, as I have done lots of different things, been...
  • Antimail

    Genetics from a software perspective. With a security touch.

    One intriguing observation about the genetic code is that, in the end, it's pure software. In a conceptual sense, the genetic material is just abstract information: sequences of numbers (similar with the machine code). And, while the "software" would...
  • Free Associations

    The Bizarre and Unhappy Story of 'file:' URLs

    For my first blog entry, I will start with something I wrote for my team back in 1997 (reedited for this blog) that has been helpful to generations of subsequently bewildered developers: Go back to 1995 and a small team dreaming an impossible dream...
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    utilize mission-critical models

    Clearly, in today's economy, it is important that we integrate enterprise initiatives and revolutionize front-end solutions. Accomplishing this will allow us to mesh interactive supply-chains, which should in turn provide opportunities to exploit out...
  • BizTalkLATAM's Blog

    Mi Virtual PC y yo

    Mi primer contacto con una máquina virtual fue en un curso de BTS 2000, desde ese momento mi manera de trabajar tomó un rumbo distinto. Como todo buen developer, tenía que reinstalar mi laptop cada 6 meses ya que entre el aprendizaje, los experimentos...
  • Ali Pasha's WebLog...

    Enteprise Library, Visualizing Project References to Class Libraries, and the Distributed System Designers...

    Bernard O'Flynn (Hewlett-Packard) asked a great question. I have a fairly standard app consisting of a web site that calls a business services layer, that calls a business entity layer that calls a data access layer that uses Enterprise Library to...
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