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  • TabBlogger

    Vista Beta1 is done!

    Well, that wasn't too long to wait was it? Tablet users: you will likely want to approach Vista Beta 1 slowly, as this is primarily an infrastructure release for us and many of the user interface items (read: Tablet PC Input Panel, Journal, et al)...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Why Is CasPol Prompting Me For Confirmation?

    Every once in a while I get asked a question along the lines of: "I used to run CasPol in a script to modify security settings. Now my script never returns, and when I debug CasPol has started asking me to confirm its operations. What happened?...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    ISO Recorder v2 Beta (x64)

    One of my favorite shell extensions in 32-bit is Alex Feinman's ISO Recorder. Shell extensions have to 64-bit in 64-bit Windows. So, without further looking I sent an email to Alex asking when to expect an x64 version. Here's is repsonse: "It's actually...
  • Outside The Cube

    Interview: Chris Jones (VP-Windows) talks Windows Vista...

    • 0 Comments Another Scoble scoop ;-)
  • Henry Hahn

    WinFX Runtime Components Beta 1 is released!

    Download it here -
  • Brad McCabe's WebLog

    Windows Vista Developer Center and BETA 1 Bits are Live

    You can visit the new Windows Vista (formally Longhorn) Developer Center and check out some cool new content and a nice user interface. In addition MSDN subscribers can download the BETA 1 bits for Windows Vista. While not a feature complete BETA the...
  • Adventures In SoftwareLand

    Windows Vista Beta 1 Ships!

    Windows Vista Beta 1 shipped today. Congratulations to the team on a major milestone in the biggest project ever undertaken here at Microsoft! John Montgomery is blogging about it at
  • jeff's WebLog

    scoble and chris jones

    Scoble has posted an interview with Chris Jones. Chris is my lead's boss's boss's boss's boss. Chris is a great guy for whom I have nothing but respect. I first met Chris when I was a dev intern on IE and he took us all to lunch at one of my favorite...
  • A CRM Riff


    The Visual Studio and SQL Server product teams are pleased to announce the “ Escape from Yesterworld ” site has launched. Through the fun and interesting links below, you can learn about the benefits of Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 in a humorous...
  • PeteL's Blog

    Targeting IE only with CSS

    I got a question from Jeff yesterday asking me about a CSS tag that he'd never seen before, and in fact, neither had I. What he saw was this: *html someclassname { properties in here } *html Anotherclassname { properties in here } I started...
  • Brian Keller

    Check out the latest Visual Studio / SQL Server marketing video/interactive presentation - there's not much "tech" here but the videos are actually pretty amusing. And if you're interested in creating your own "Mystery Science...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Using ICorDebugProcess::HasQueuedCallbacks

    The native debugging APIs (like kernel32!WaitForDebugEvent ), dispatch one debug event at a time. In contrast, ICorDebug queues up debug events and such may be ready to dispatch multiple events at a single stop. This is an extremely significant difference...
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