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  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    JOURNAL 3

    I know I'm on vacation, but I had to blog this. The third issue of Architects JOURNAL is online. The first article from J3 is about Software Factories. It's is the first of a four part series. You can check out the second article in the series from our...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Windows Programming Notes

    CLR Managed Debugger (mdbg) Sample

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    It is very frustrating to write a managed debugger in v1.0 and v1.1. There is a word document describing CLR's unmanaged debugging interface in .Net Framework SDK. But the documentation for System.Diagnostics.SymbolStore is just not enough for you to...
  • Darien's Dialog..

    Well grounded perspective on High Performance Computing (HPC)

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    <IMHO> I really like this commentary I just read by Tom Quinn (on CNET) on what really HPC is all about. As you've seen in my previous postings, I'm somewhat of a self professed HPC "evangelist" for the Windows platform, but that aside for the minute...
  • Johan Lindfors

    Lab in WSE

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    Following message only for swedish readers: Den 25:e augusti kommer jag att genomföra ett laborationstillfälle i Web Services Enhancements i Microsofts lokaler i Akalla. Laborationen håller på hela dagen från 9-17, är gratis (och jag bjuder på lunch)...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Ok... I can finally read my comments again...

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    I'm sure I'll be one of many commenting on this, but the recent updates to .Text on this site are a wonderful improvement. For the past while I had been unable to really sift out the good comments from the bad, so real (non-spam) comments to the VB or...
  • Mikhail Arkhipov (MSFT)'s WebLog

    Why there is no charset property in ASPX pages

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    ...or how HTML editor handles file encoding. First, Visual Studio is a Unicode application and actually even supports Unicode Surrogates Pairs . Most of Web pages, however, are not stored in Unicode. Therefore when opening a Web page VS has to figure...
  • David Kline

    Going to see the Blue Angels

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    For those of you who don't live in the Seattle area, this weekend is SeaFair . For me, SeaFair has always been the time to avoid going anywhere near Lake Washington. The traffic, hydroplane race noise, etc usually keeps me away. Two years ago, I forgot...
  • janok's WebLog

    Sagt om Linux...

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    Well Observed "First the Linux folks say there is no risk to using Linux, and now they say there is a lot of risk and you need insurance? And by the way, they're making money selling the insurance? This smells to high heaven." -- Robert Enderle...
  • Site News

    Minor Site Update

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    The weblogs.asp.net/blogs.msdn.com bits were updated tonight. The following features were added: Comments per blog can now be moderated. This is configured on the Preferences page (Admin > Options > Preferences) Individual comments can be toggled...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    New Laptop and Other Stuff

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    A couple of weeks ago, I decided that I needed a new laptop. I didn't really need a new laptop, but I get these little urges that tell me some new piece of equipment is going to allow me to virtually plug a PC into my head and make it really easy to think...
  • Brad Abrams

    More fun with call vs callvirt

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    A while back I posted a little bit about the one implication of call vs. callvirt and the other day I ran into another one that I thought I would share. This one is part of class of issues where C# or VB developers assume that if their language can’t...
  • Brad Abrams

    Scott helps us fight back against the comment spammers...

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    I really hate comment spammers, they really ruin a great forum for the rest of us. I am glad to see that Scott has just armed us with some new weapons to help out. I turned on the comment moderation to test it out and see how it goes. I admit it is a...
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