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  • frankred's WebLog

    Hello C# World

    As you may have heard , I've recently taken over content strategy duties for the C# dev center from Duncan Mackenzie, who has transitioned to a dev position within MSDN - best of luck D! As you also may have heard , I'll be attending the Win-Dev conference...
  • Funny, It Worked Last Time

    Encodings in Strings are Evil Things (Part 4)

    In our last episode, we established that we wouldn't be able to make a true std::string replacement and still handle variable-width encodings. So, we started with the beginning lines of an rmstring class. However, this doesn't mean we are going to dispense with std::string entirely! And, as it turns out, compatibility with it is both easier and harder than actually making a std::string, depending on what you're implementing and where......
  • Reflections on Microsoft Dynamics AX

    Building on MBS

    What am I doing here, well I've been working in the business applications space for over ten years now and have worked with Navision and Axapta for the last five years. I've just relocated to the UK from Australia to start a new role working with developers...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Fascinating article on Passphrases just posted

    I just ran across a totally fascinating article by Jesper Johansson about the use of passphrases instead of passwords. I switched to using passphrases after reading Robert Hensing’s blog post from July, and I’ve not gone back. Robert’s...
  • notes and rants

    Test Fest 04

    We just finished up this years version of the Windows CE Test Fest, and since I put a link to my blog in the slides, I thought I'd better put an updated note here to 1) show that I don't completely ignore this blog, and 2) to have a place for any attendees...
  • David Pallmann's blog

    Design Patterns in Product Testing

    Let's say you're testing a platform or framework that is going to be used broadly, where the number of application scenarios is huge. You can't possibly build all of the possible kinds of applications to test those scenarios, no matter what your resources...
  • David Pallmann's blog

    Distributed Design Patterns

    Design patterns are the building blocks of larger solutions and a very interesting area. They have a very high ideal at their core: capturing wisdom about what has been seen to work well and imparting that knowledge to others. Since I work on Indigo,...
  • oliverlu's WebLog

    如果你已经开始使用了Google Desktop Search

    尽管我在 Blog 里面提到了 Google 桌面搜索,不过我一直没有安装。一则偷懒,二则这个东西对 Windows 的威胁太大了,觉得很怪。 今天看到了别人的一篇分析: 里面提到了一句: OY! Google's hooked WinInet.dll I think. This works in Opera, in FireFox...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    NASA World Wind (Warning: Don't read this post)

    You had to go and read it, didn't you. Today I got a link to an application I had been hoping to write, someday. Take various sources of imagery of the earth (landsat, topo maps, USGS aerial, etc.) Add in elevation data from the Shuttle synthetic aperture...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Liberty Alliance - C'mon, everyone's doing it.

    James Governor posted a comment to a post I made. James... if the comment is closed, feel free to blog your comments on your own blog and link to my blog entry... I will get the trackback. Click here for the thread that James is commenting on . Here is...
  • Lori Pearce's WebLog

    Test Jobs on SDK Team

    Wanna come and work on bleeding edge technologies such as WinFX? The SDK team has an opening for a highly motivated tester who enjoys taking lots of responsibility. Since we are a small team, every team member counts! You won't be a cog in the machine...
  • David Gristwood's Blog

    Are web services too slow?

    I spend a lot of my time with professional developers building systems on .NET, discussing various architectural and design issues. One of my focuses as the moment is web services , and one of the topics that comes up on a fairly regular basis, when discussing...
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