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  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    PDAStreet: Special Reports: Mobile Malware: The Brief History

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    PDAStreet: Special Reports: Mobile Malware: The Brief History Cool article on the History of Makware (Trojans, Virus, etc) on PDAs and SmartPhones.
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Florida .NET Code Camp

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    I am in the Ft. Lauderdale airport waiting on my plane (they have free wireless at the Cruzan Rum Bar just outside TSA security), on my way home from the Florida .NET Code Camp. Man, that was a blast. I talked about WSE 2.0, and ended up doing demos of...
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    Who is Responsible

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    We’ve kept the beta e-mail list for Word 2004 open so that we can stay in touch with any lingering issues that people have been running into. This was particularly helpful when working on SP1. Last week, a message arrived under the subject “Who is Responsible...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Two questions I couldn't get answered

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    So far today I've had two questions I wanted to find answers to, but neither the new MSN Search nor Google could help me. Can anyone out there help? 1) Where did the phrase "Between you and me and the fence post" come from? (I know that it...
  • Deven Kampenhout's Tech Blog

    Bill Gates Speaks on Software Interoperability

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    This idea isn't new, but the fact that Bill is driving focus towards software interoperability is very encouraging. I remember the first time I heard of XML, thinking how it was a nice idea, but that it was a bit "overbilled" and "overhyped". However, I have to admit that using XML as a common interoperability mechanism is a great idea. It allows you to publicize your communication / interoperability schemas without requiring interfacing programs/programmers to understand all of the details abou...
  • Under The Hood - Matt Pietrek

    Why does the PDB format change every release?

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    In another post , Steve Loughran asks "Why does the PDB format change every release? What is wrong with having one standard layout for debug symbols and leaving it alone?" A good question, and one that I wondered about many years ago. The answer is that...
  • Lee Mungai's BLog

    Off to the Bob Marley Festival in Ethiopia

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    In just under two hours from now, i'll be on a flight to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to attend the Bob Marley Festival that kicks off tomorrow February 6th. Hope to meet some of y'all !
  • load of tosh

    DirectSound Metronome

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    My former intern Albert has finished his metronome project that uses DirectSound and talks about some of the issues he hit on his MSN Space -- The Groove Yard . It Works! Creating streaming, live audio is sorta easy! This opens the doors for all kinds...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    New RSSBandit Beta Rocks

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    Wow. Must download .
  • Slava Oks's WebLog

    SQLOS - unleashed

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    With SQL Server 2005 Beta 1 and Beta 2 you might have noticed that there is no ums.dll in the bin directory. The reason is simple it is no longer exists. In SQL2000 ums.dll provided SQL Server with user mode non-preemptive scheduling. So what happened...
  • White.Steve.Blog

    Side-by-side Assemblies Articles

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    Jason, thanks for your comment on the previous post. What particularly resonated with me was "Making it work for real would be a big deal where I work," because I'm part of Premier Support for Developers and our job is helping enterprise and ISV Microsoft...
  • dougturn's WebLog

    Code Camp in Raleigh

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    Oh, by the way, we have the Raleigh Code Camp site up (where we is defined as Greg Pugh). www.codecamp.org check it out. We have space for 200, but based on the attendence at the other ones, register early if you want to attend. They're all filling up...
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