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  • doncampbell's weblog

    Gates CNet Interview Snippet

    I like this snippet from his recent CNet Interview "We, with our Office franchise, are committed to making workers far, far more productive than they are today. And believe me, we're not running out of ideas. The phone is inefficient today with...
  • Being Scott Densmore

    "You Big Dummy"

    Why is it that I like to make things hard on myself? I was doing some refactoring a class method ["Introduce Parameter Object"] and decided that I would just change the signature, rename the method, blah blah blah in one shot, why not, I was already there...
  • Ian's Software for Mere Mortals

    Lab: Implementing BizTalk Dynamic Application Adapter Design Time Component

    This MOC style lab is the first one of the series of labs that I’ll write about how to develop the BizTalk adapters. Especially, this one will show you how to develop Dynamic Application Adapter Design Time Component in C#. The purpose of this lab isn...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    CES Day One.

    Wednesday was my first day at CES (actually my first CES – I’m normally found at embedded developer events, so I’m looking forward to finding out what’s cool at the event). The first day kicked off with a 5 hour press event called the “Digital Experience...
  • Tom Krueger

    Feadback Please - .NET Compact Framework Team

    Do you ever find yourself cursing while developing with the .NET Compact Framework, wondering what the heck the Microsoft development team was thinking? Here is your chance to put your two (or three, or more) cents in. The .NET Compact Framework Team...
  • Joe Davies

    New TechNet Cable Guy article for January 2005 published

    The TechNet Cable Guy article for January 2005 is titled Testing Network Paths for Common Types of Traffic and describes how to use tools provided by Microsoft (PortQuery, PPTP Ping, and Test TCP) to test network paths for the most common types of traffic...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Microsoft Anti-Spyware

    I don't normally do "Me Too" posts, and I know that this one will get a lot of coverage on the Microsoft blogs, but the Seattle PI blog just mentioned that the beta of Microsoft's new anti-spyware solution was just released to the web here . I installed...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    What IS a security vulnerability, anyway?

    There was an internal discussion, and someone pointed to this article written by Scott Culp that describes what a "Security Vulnerability" is. It's actually a cool article, and rather nicely points out the definition of a vulnerability: A security vulnerability...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    Microsoft Antispyware beta is out!

    You can download it here . Wow! The product was just acquired from GIANT 3 weeks ago. In that time they've rebranded the application, fixed lots of bugs, and tweaked the feature set - all over the holidays. Nice work!
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Need a Good Laugh?

    Check out Conan O'Brien talk about technology. Well enjoying Conan you can also get a glipse into Bill Gates vision of consumer electronics. View the Pre International Consumer Electronics Show Keynote 100k (dial-up) 300k (broadband) --Eric (Grand Valley...

    Microsoft Windows AntiSpyware Beta Available

    Check out the new Microsoft Windows AnitSpyware (Beta) Home page. You'll find all sorts of inofmation about the beta there. Here's a link and some information from the overview page. Microsoft Windows AnitSpyware (Beta) Home Microsoft Windows...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Download Microsoft Windows AntiSpyware Beta

    As indicated in my post from last week and in a press release just this morning, we have made a beta version of Microsoft AntiSpyware available for download (more details here ). It's based on the technology we acquired with our recent purchase of GIANT...
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