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  • Autokinetic Effect - Erik Saltwell's Weblog

    Please Recycle...

    (My post today is on a topic some of you may already be familiar with - reusing NameTable across Xml messages. If so, please feel free to skip this entry. I posted it because, while I have seen other press on this issue, I thought it was important enough that I wanted to get more information out there.) For anyone who has not met him yet, I would like to introduce you to an old friend, XmlNameTable. XmlNameTable is an interface used by XmlReader and XmlDocument when they want to store atomi...
  • Yves Dolce

    Windows Presentation Framework interop

    I'm attending an internal rehearsal of the Windows Presentation Framework PDC talks today and tomorrow. I just met Nick Kramer after his talk. Nice guy. Check his blog at if you're interested in WPF Interop story with...
  • Eric Jarvi

    the amazing live honey monkeys

    Security researchers have all the fun. This paper describes how the Strider HoneyMonkey Exploit Detection system uses active client honeypots (AKA "honey monkeys") to find web sites that exploit browser vulnerabilities.
  • The .NET Show

    New Episode! The .NET Show: Windows XP Media Center Edition

    The .NET Show: Windows XP Media Center Edition ) The computer is in the midst of an important transition. The time was, when it was "just" a computer, that hunk of...
  • Jeff's thoughts on Software Architecture, Large Scale Services and the Technical world at large

    Using Enterprise Library and DB2

    One of the things I do (beyond my work in PLM) is to help customers figure out how to use .NET and our suite of development tools to solve the business problems they encounter on a daily basis. Presently, I'm at work on a rather long term engagement at...
  • Spat's WebLog (Steve Patrick)

    Post 2003 SP1 MIT cross realm trust fix for Terminal Services

    In the The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of SP1 I mentioned this: There are some MIT cross realm trust issues when logging in via Terminal Services - if you think you are hitting this then ping me. Reason, I havent had time to fully look into it, but...
  • Rob Caron

    The 'Evil Empire' Strikes Back

    Hmmm…does this mean Linus Torvalds should come to TechEd or PDC dressed as Luke Skywalker? Software Notebook: 'Evil Empire' Microsoft warms to open source Spotting the Microsoft contingent at last week's LinuxWorld was as easy as singling out...
  • when setup isn't just xcopy

    Linuxworld 2005 Pictures, Microsoft in costume and Linux under commercialization.

    Imagine a blog entry where I post the links to pictures of Linuxworld 2005 forwarded to me by Jeremy Allison....
  • David Notario's WebLog

    Does the JIT take advantage of my CPU?

    Short answer is yes. One of the advantages of generating native code at runtime is that we know what processor you are running on and we can tune the code accordingly. Why would we do that for x86? Every generation of x86 processors has its own personality...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Have you used remote assistance ?

    I wanted to demonstrate something on my machine to somebody in another location. Using remote assistance is easy. It allows another person to view and/or control your computer from another location. Try it with yourself (the term hermaphrodite comes...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    USS Hornet Museum

    Last week we were on vacation at my sister's place in Walnut Creek, CA (a bit to the east of Oakland). Vacation consisted of a few day trips, some sitting by the pool, and a fair amount of work with on the website. It's nice when your sister has...
  • PeteL's Blog

    Great CSS References!

    There was a story this morning on Slashdot talking about the test best resources for CSS and I wanted to link to the story and post a few of the links here for future reference. The original story is at
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