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  • The Old New Thing

    BOOL vs. VARIANT_BOOL vs. BOOLEAN vs. bool

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    Still more different ways of doing the same thing....
  • 철수네 소프트웨어 세상 [마이크로소프트 지점]

    난 어이해 개발 직종에서 STE(Software Test Engineer)로...(2)

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    물론 테스터도 필요하다는 단순한 생각만으로 제 커리어를 변경했다고 한다면 거짓말이겠죠. 말그대로 <10%입니다. 사실 제가 원한 것은 커리어의 변경보다는 언제부턴가 낮아지기 시작한 개발 자체에 대한 흥미와 그로인한 심리적인 공황의 해소였습니다. 사실은 꼭 직업을 바꾸거나 직장 자체를 바꾸지 않고도 가능한 일이기도 했겠죠. 개발일을 하다가 흥미가 떨어진 것은 아마도 이성을 사귀면서 갖는 권태기 비슷한 것이었을 것 같습니다. 어떤 분은 권태기가...
  • Somasegar's blog

    One year into the journey!

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    It is amazing how time flies when you are having fun. The journey is more important than the destination and it has been a great journey so far. This month marked my first anniversary in the Developer Division at Microsoft. I want to take this opportunity...
  • One Louder

    Ah, insomnia...three things

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    Scott Reynolds did this over in his blog (with no mention of Auburn or the BCS...shocking!). Anyway, just for fun, here's my version...because I can't fall asleep. Three names you go by: Heather Dolly (only OK for my mom to call me that....just in case...
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    A Solution to Problems with MSN Messenger Contact Cards and Deleted Spaces

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    Tom has a post entitled MSN Messenger contact card problem where he writes When MSN Spaces first became available, I signed up for a test space, not knowing what I would finally end up with. I liked it and thought it was cool that from MSN Messenger 7...
  • One Louder

    The 17 Dumbest Things in Recruiting

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    Here are the 17 "dumbest things in recruiting" according to Dr. John Sullivan in his recent ERE article. I've seen some strong reactions to this article from recruiters, so before you read it, decide to keep an open mind. First of all, Dr. John likes...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Early Christmas Present

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    My platinum box from Valve showed up today with a new Half-Life cap, the soundtrack CD, a bumper sticker, three posters, and a (sorely needed) strategy guide. Good stuff. My daughter has dibs on the Alyx poster. [Listening to: Dark Piano Short...
  • David Kline

    The old days...

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    Ben " Virtual PC Guy " Armstrong's recent post sent me back to my early days at Microsoft. Back then (early 1990s) I was a member of the MS-DOS product support team. His link to the Microsoft Knowledge Base article was one I remember fondly. Many times...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    "You unlock this door with the key of imagination"

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    I got an early present today. I drove down to Fife (a indistinguishable suburb of Tacoma, and picked up a new pinball machine. Well, not a new machine, as there are no new machines, what with the demise of Williams in October of 1999, but thoroughly-reconditioned...
  • SPal's WebLog

    SQL Script for Typed XML used in MSDN Webcast on Dec 7, 2004

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    Hello! This posting contains T-SQL script for working with typed (i.e. XML schema bound) XML. I used it during the MSDN webcast on Tue, Dec 7, 2004, on “Introducing XML in SQL Server 2005”. Yesterday’s posting ( http://weblogs.asp.net/spal/archive/2004...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    New Features For "Full-Grown" OO Languages?

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    After seeing it on TSS.net, I checked out the X-develop product website. X-develop is a new multi-language cross-platform IDE that supports both .NET languages like VB.NET, C# and J# as well as Java. It includes support for all the .NET 2.0 features like...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Test Case Best Practice: It’s better to LogPass than to LogFailure

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    In our test case world, we assume a test case fails, unless we log pass. We changed our way of thinking a while ago, where we used to assume a test case passes, unless we log a failure. I wish I could give an example of a bug I’ve caught because of the...
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