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  • Australian Microsoft Recruitment Web Log

    Interview with a Microsoft Employee

    As promised we've spoken to a number of Microsoft employees and here's what they have to say about working at Microsoft. Luke – Escalation Engineer: What is your position at Microsoft and what do you do? “Escalation Engineer in the GTSC. This means senior...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Another example of programming style

    Brad Abrams over on the CLR team just published an article containing the CLR team's internal coding conventions . It makes an interesting counterpoint to my " what is programming style " series from back in November. I can't say I agree with everything...
  • One Louder

    Testing your Internet Visibility

    Way, way back, when I first started blogging (last year), I mentioned the importance of being visible on the Internet (so recruiters can find you, etc.). Business 2.0 has come out with a People Search function that lets you enter first and last name and...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    More on C# and C++

    Thanks for all the comments - I'd like to expand on a few of them. Cross-Platform When I wrote the last post, I was thinking of cases where you have a choice between languages, so I didn't think of cross-platformk, since if you need to run on a platform...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Most complex data structure ever?

    Reader Question : What's the most complex data structure you've ever run into or had to program against? My personal one was the " Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization " (you can download it if you're bored) which is a monster DTD that...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Amusing job "requirements"

    Edit: Our CRM team says this job posting doesn't belong to them I got sent this recently from a Microsoft SDE position (Job ID: 124984) ....The candidate must have 4+ years of commercial development experience in following areas: .NET Framework, ASP.NET...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Googled - another Mozilla developer

    Beta News reports that a second Mozilla developer, Darin Fisher has joined Google. "Darin, a former IBM and Netscape employee, is a "module owner" for the Mozilla project and is in charge of cookies and permissions, as well as Mozilla's networking library...
  • Luca Bolognese's WebLog

    Nullable trilogy part II: a == b -> a>=b && a <=b ?

    A question that often comes up when we discuss Nullable<T> is about the anti-symmetric property. This property states that if a==b then a>=b and a<=b. If a and b are null then this property is not satisfied in the current design as the result...
  • The Old New Thing

    Control how much network bandwith Automatic Updates will use

    Setting BITS policy....
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Roses are 0xff0000 Violets are 0x0000ff...

    I’ve just received the latest newsletter from ThinkGeek – looks like they are getting ready for geeky valentines… There are some cool items on the site including binary clocks, LED watches (remember those ?) – Mike
  • Hilmars hjørne

    Delphi lever!

    Noget af det bedste jeg ved, er når jeg lærer noget nyt - og specielt når det er godt og kommer fra en uventet kant. Lidt forhistorie: Jeg brugte en god del af dagen i går på at besøge og tale .NET for DAPUG - en brugergruppe, der hovedsagligt fokuserer...
  • Tripp Parks's WebLog

    Peer Networking Security Model

    Security for the Peer Networking platform is achieved through self signed x.509 certificates. This method of using self signed certificates eliminates the need of having a certificate authority issue a certificate to each user in a network. This eliminates...
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