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  • Johan Lindfors

    Why, oh, why is it so hard...

    I don't want to write without having something to say... I don't want to publish something that's already available... I don't want to speak out, without exactly knowing what I'm talking about... I don't want to have an empty, boring, non-updating blog...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Saxon.NET and Plumbwork Orange

    After quite a bit of debate among the angle-bracket cognoscenti, a .NET port of Saxon looks like it may take shape one day. We just might see a .NET version of XSLT 2.0 yet! via DonXML And just when I thought I had procrastinated enought... John...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Viruses - I feel your pain

    Well, it finally happened. For the first time in my 20 year history at Microsoft, I had to reformat a computer because it got hit by a virus. I’m not sure how the virus got inside the firewall, my guess is someone brought it inside on a laptop or...
  • Visual Studio Data

    Delayed trip (by yag)

    As I mentioned here , I'm supposed to be leaving for Europe for a number of conferences and user groups but got hit by the flu. Well, after another doctor's visit, I have “a whopper of a sinus infection” and have been told that it's better...
  • Chris Johnson

    QuickTime support in windows without the player

    Just found this over on Omar Shahine's Web Log ... this is great! I have a bunch of QT movies that i have that i want to watch ... and really dislike the QT player... problem solved. ...
  • AdamU's WebLog


    These postings are provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. The content of this site consists of personal opinions and do not officially represent Microsoft's view in any way. In addition, my thoughts and opinions can change, and as...
  • Antimail

    How to write a DCOM server in C#

    Updated 12/06/2006 : states that PInvoking CoRegisterClassObject is a technique which is not supported. Well, why DCOM and...
  • One Louder

    How can I tell if I was successful?

    I just e-mailed my annual performance review to my manager. And it's always a relief to hit that send button, but you also always wonder if there wasn't just one more piece of information that you would have supplied to show how awesome you are. I...
  • Lisa Wollin

    Working with ASP.NET Controls in FrontPage

    I wanted to post a quick note about an add-in that one of the FrontPage testers, Harris Chan, developed for working with ASP.NET controls in FrontPage. To be honest, I just installed it, so I haven't had a lot of time to work with it. If you're interested...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Happy Birthday from the team...

    It must be my Birthday or somthing - check out the cake (with candle) from the team... - Mike
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    More travel stuff

    Having returned from my Britain / Germany / Australia trip, I embarked on a weekend jaunt to San Francisco to visit a friend. But first, I just want to say that I ended up booking my trip through , as recommended by "ray" in my previous entry...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Game Developers in Seattle

    Meltdown is a Game Developer Conference in Seattle July 27-28th. If you're a game developer writing managed or unmanaged applications, this should be a great conference to attend. Speakers for the VS Track include: Tom Miller on managed Direct...
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