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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    MSDN Pricing

    -----Original Message----- From: Tony Katsabaris Sent: Friday, 12 November 2004 3:49 PM Subject: RE: [aus-dotnet] MSDN Pricing Dear Developer and Partner Community I have been watching this email string with interest and would like to thank those that...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Cool reference for boot.ini switches

    Hey all, I found a really useful reference on the Sysinternals website today that describes all of the available boot.ini switches that can be used. I had no idea there were so many. The interesting ones that I use most often in my day-to-day work are...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    I have a degree... now where's my job?

    It appears to me that many students do not like to get involved with extracurricular activities unless a professor or another authoritative figure tells they they should. In this recent article from the ACM Tech News a college degree doesn't guarantee...
  • To the tune of James

    Faaa-bulous Konfabulator

    So after the rather negative tone of voice I took on yesterday's post, I felt obligated to post about 3 guys who with a little alchemy, produce Konfabulator . I think I would term Konfabulator more as software art if I were to categorize it. Why do I...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    MSDN Flash - Tuesday, 23 November, 2004

    Visit the Microsoft Australia MSDN site | Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile Frank’s back – with a bunch of great offers Hi, all, and welcome to another issue of MSDN Flash First off, let me thank the folks who were guest...
  • Jesper snackar dynga då och då. Här är beviset.

    Localization Bugs: Clipped text, #3

    Yesterday I showed how things that change in runtime can cause bugs. The wizard example isn't that challenging, since it can be predicted fairly easily. Today, I'll show something that's just a little bit trickier. Here's a dialog in the Accessibility...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Great Windows Applications to Download

    I am often amazed at some of the applications people come up with. Here are a couple of specific ones that I have tried lately, and have been impressed with. DateLense for a very interesting and efficient way to look at your calendar (thanks Shish ) KeyHole...
  • manish godse's Application Insights and remoting blog

    Issues with Cloning MarshalByRefObject

    Cloning MarshalByRefObjects can lead to some unexpected behaviour. When a MBR object is marshalled, it gets an unique identity which contains a unique URI to identify this object in the appdomain. When an external call is made to this object it is identified...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Getting down to the wire...

    It has just been one of those days... I am very happy that we are on Thanksgiving break today, because I do not think I could have made it through one more day of classes. Yesterday was the first delivery day for a group project at school and of course...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Media Center PC or Microsoft TV ?

    I’ve had the new Comcast DVR Set Top Box for a couple of days now, so far the test team (wife/kids/dog/cats) have taken to the set top box, and seem to prefer the set top box to the Media Center PC – the STB is seen as a consumer electronics...
  • Arpan Shah's Blog

    SharePoint Extranet Solutions

    Yes. You can deploy SharePoint solutions on the Extranet. I know several small and large customers who either have deployed a SharePoint solution externally or are in the process of doing so. A few months ago, we released a whitepaper relevant to partners...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Blogjet update - cool new feature.

    I updated Blogjet with the new Beta 1.2 release – the update has some cool new features, thumbnails for images (which I’ve not tried yet). I was hoping that strikeout was going to be available on the Font dialog, but if I want to strikeout...
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