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  • Darren Jefford

    BizTalk and Hyper-Threaded Processors

    This great new article from the BizTalk Performance Blog has reminded me of a potentially nasty issue when you have Hyper-Threading enabled processors on your BizTalk box. BizTalk comes out of the box with some default performance tuning settings which...
  • simon.says

    Switched to VOIP?

    Ok, it's been too long... After yet another "phone call of despair" to my current telephone provider today, I've decided I really need to switch to VOIP for my home phone. My requirements are fairly simple: I have three phones in the house which need...
  • Johan Lindfors

    Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 has arrived!

    So many have waited, now the beta 2 is finally here.
  • Dev Notes

    VS 2005 Beta 2 is Live ! How should the developer go ahead...?

    Good news for Developers :-) Visual Studio 2005 and .NET Framework 2.0 beta 2 are now available for download. You can find more info at the VS 2005 Developer Center . You can alternatively Order a DVD for the Visual Studio Team System beta 2 . before...
  • Ken Henderson's WebLog

    My other blog is a Mercedes

    For those who don't already know about it, I blog about non-technical things on MSN Spaces at . I'm reserving my MSDN blogs for technical topics, so if you want to read some more of my random ramblings, check out...
  • Ken Henderson's WebLog

    Stalled/stuck I/O and SQL Server 2000 SP4

    Service Pack 4 for SQL Server 2000, due out any day now, has a number of new features oriented toward making the product easier to support. One of these is the new detection and reporting of stalled or stuck I/O operations. A stalled I/O is an I/O operation...
  • Dev Notes

    Microsoft's Search Engine

    Found this on Umesh's blog...Quite interesting... Now, here's a search engine that focuses on Microsoft technology! they cover Microsoft Server applications, .NET and programming, Operating Systems, Microsoft desktop and Office applications, and gaming...
  • sano the super geek

    Dispose/Finalization Design Guidelines updated

    Joe Duffy has posted an update to the Dispose, Finalization and Resource Management section of the .NET design guidelines. I agree with Keith Brown 's assertion that this is an intricate topic that should be understood by anyone writing class libraries...
  • when setup isn't just xcopy

    Where's the setup?

    I know a lot of you follow this blog because I talk about setup and I know that I haven't been writing about setup much lately. Trust me it isn't because there isn't anything to write. No, the problem is actually that I've been writing internally . ...
  • Ken Henderson's WebLog

    Why .NET is the best thing to happen to software since OOP

    I read a blog by Mark Russinovich the other day that disturbed me a bit. It always bothers me when someone as highly regarded as Mark completely misses the boat because it means that a lot of other people will probably miss the boat, too. People often...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Me, my picture frame, and being OOF

    I have the benefit of owning a Digital Memory Frame (thanks michaelp ). Well, I'm going to be OOF for 9 weeks on an extended business trip. Indeed a long time. My plan is to take my digital camera with me on my journey and remotely post pictures to...

    Video Thing Blog

    I'm a big fan of the Music Thing blog and Thomas links to the Video Thing blog which promises be equally interesting.
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