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  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Adding IronPython scripting engine to Mdbg

    I hear IronPython is a great managed scripting language to embed in other managed apps, so I thought I'd try this out by writing an MDbg Extension to drop IronPython 0.9.1 into the MDBg Beta 2 sample. (both pieces are publicly available downloads). The...
  • Spot the Bug!

    Spot the Bug - August 31, 2005

    It's been a little while since we've had a new bug up. We had some good feedback on the last one. Here is a shorter one: Courtesy of Shanit Gupta, Consultant (Foundstone) try { ElevatePrivilege(); ReadSecretFile(); LowerPrivilege(); } catch(FileException...
  • Josh Heitzman's Blog

    VS SDK 2005-09 CTP Finished!

    The VS SDK 2005-09 CTP is finished , and has been forwarded so that it can be posted to the web. No ETA on when it will be posted yet though . We also had our August sprint review today, and we will be doing our September sprint planning tomorrow.
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    Compound Statement Macros

    I had thought this was a rather well-known trick, but, after reacquanting myself with Alexandrescu's Modern C++ Design , I've come to believe that it's not at as well-known as I thought. So, I thought I'd share it here for posterity. It's common to...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    Paper On Choosing the Appropriate Microsoft Integration Technology

    We've pushed out a paper to MSDN that highlights when to use which technology for integration. Called Understanding Microsoft Integration Technologies - A Guide to Choosing a Solution , this white paper lays out recommendations for when to use Indigo...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    CEFileWiz - Bug Fixed.

    ok, I had a bug in my code, I admit that I only tested adding folders with images in, and should have also tested using native and managed binaries - I've constructed a test folder with images, native, and managed applications (netcf 1.0, and 2.0) and...
  • I. M. Wright’s “Hard Code”

    September 1, 2005: “Go with the flow—Retention and turnover”

    I. M. Wright's "Hard Code" book excerpt Review season is here. As entertaining as that can be for managers and employees alike, it’s just a primer for what follows: musical product groups. The music starts when review numbers are released. A whole...
  • Outside The Cube

    Virtual Server: VS Admin Site on Separate Computer...

    • 0 Comments The goal of the whitepaper is to debunk the common misperception that Virtual Server requires IIS on every server or that the administration...
  • NETNew WebLog

    New opinion piece on Microsoft "Superplatform" - interesting

    From SearchWebServices: As Microsoft rolls out key products this year and next, it could potentially leapfrog its competitors in the "superplatform" arena, according to a new report from the Burton Group, Midvale, Utah. http://searchwebservices...
  • amivora's WebLog

    Reviewers workshops

    I spent a lot of April putting together a series of reviewers (my PR team insisted that I couldn’t use an apostrophe there) workshops—a daylong workshop for members of the press who review technical products. I hit a few cities in the US with the esteemed...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Tech.Ed : What the attendees (and press) are saying

    Some of the attendees are blogging: Bill McCarthy - TechEd Oz (Day 0) It's ALL about the shirts !! Mitch Denny - TechEd Day 1.5 Rocky H - Keynote , Tech Ed 2005 Reports James McCutcheon - Tech Ed Day One I'm sure there are more. There...
  • amivora's WebLog


    The reason I stopped posting the first time (see how that leaves me open to a future hiatus?) was because we were holding our second Software Design Review for Indigo at the end of March. Basically, we invited a bunch of our early adopter partners into...
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