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  • Australian Microsoft Recruitment Web Log

    Interview with a Microsoft Employee

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    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

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    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

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    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++

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    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?

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    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"

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    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

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    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 ?

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    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

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    Setting BITS policy....
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Roses are 0xff0000 Violets are 0x0000ff...

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    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!

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    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

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    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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