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  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Why not try Windows XP Embedded?

    Hey all, Mike Hall wrote up a really good article while I was out on vacation listing some of the common reasons we have heard from customers about why they did not want to consider using Windows CE and/or Windows XP Embedded. It is a really good read...
  • Deven Kampenhout's Tech Blog

    The Journey Begins

    With this post, a new blog is born. Keep reading, as this isn't your typical blog by your typical Microsoft employee. My name is Deven Kampenhout. I'm not new to blogging, but you probably won't find my name on other blogs, as I've posted as an anonymous alias in the past. My blog wasn't only technically oriented, but was more of a creative expression of whatever was on my mind. This blog will be focused primarily on technology, especially about the battle between Microsoft and Open Source i...
  • Eric Jarvi

    writing code that doesn't require admin privileges

    An internal email discussion on how to help people write code that doesn't require administrative privileges yielded the following links, hope somebody out there finds this helpful: Top Ten Tips for Secure Testing (#1 tip - test as non-admin): http:/...
  • Microsoft XML Team's WebLog

    Xml Team, Front and Center

    As of this post, the XML Team Blog now takes over the blog on the front of the XML Developer Center on MSDN. I'm looking forward to more frequent and varied posts as more member of the XML Team contribute to this effort. Please don't stop sending feedback...
  • stuart kent's blog

    Why we view a domain model as a tree

    In some feedback to my last posting, there was a question about why we visualized a domain model as a tree, with the point that this seemed inappropriate for some domain models. This is an interesting question, and warrants a more public response. So...
  • Chris Garty's Weblog

    WS-Eventing for Dummies

    I was looking for a simple explanation of WS-Eventing, and it doesn't come much simpler than Bruce Williams's WS-Eventing for Dummies post. It provides a step-by-step breakdown of the elements in a WS-Eventing message. And part 2 and part 3 provide information...
  • .net and other interesting dev stuff in PA

    Microsoft acquires anti-spyware company

    Read about Microsoft's acquisition of GIANT, and what we're doing in this field in the press release . I've got this beta installed on my laptops as well as my Windows XP Media Center Edition box at home. I'm interested in seeing how we're going to compare...
  • The Web and Microsoft

    My First Post

    Just wanted to get this started by saying how excited I am to be joining the Microsoft Family and the DPE team. I think that our team has a great opportunity to reach hosters and truly address the needs in the market. I look forward to using my experiences...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Using Shared Networking (NAT) with a Windows Server 2003 virtual machine

    Virtual PC has a convenient feature called 'Shared Networking'. What this is is a small virtual NAT (network address translation) router - which is quite similar to the cheap hardware broadband routers that a lot of people use (myself included). The advantage...
  • Visual Studio Product Feedback Blog

    The PFC and Transparency

    Josh Ledgard wrote a great 4 part series on transparency and implications for customers and corporations. The PFC is an excellent study of the points on benefits and fears associated with increased transparency. The PFC by nature exposes all the problems...
  • Alain's Globosphere

    Javapolis was great

    Hi all, It's been a long time since my last post. I've been pretty busy those days and, on top of that, I decided to spend some time off with my family. That does not happen that often, so I try to make that a quality time. Anyway, Javapolis was a real...
  • David Gristwood's Blog

    Developer Road Map for 2005

    Happy New Year! It’s the first week of the new year, so an ideal time to start thinking about what 2005 has in store for developers . The number one event, at least for me, has to be the release of the .NET Framework 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005 (aka ‘Whidbey...
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