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  • One Louder

    The fear of making a job change...

    Via Curt Rosengren at Occupational Adventure , Donna Cardillo's article about moving past fear to find the job of your dreams. Are you in your current role because you really love it or because you are afraid to make a bold move? Donna's advice actually...
  • One Louder

    My quote in the NY Times Job Market section

    I'm still hearing that tick-tick-ticking sound. Here's the article. There were other quotes that I gave that I thought were better, but I realize the article isn't about me me me! Just glad that people are taking notice of blogging for recruiting.
  • One Louder

    Is blogging making us mean?

    Last week I saw someone use their blog to be mean to someone else. I'm not going to link to it. Mostly just because I think it was mean. Someone had contacted this person ( let's call him "the blogger") to see if he, the blogger, would be interested in...
  • shrini Kulkarni's WebLog on Software Testing

    Software testing Nirvana ...

    Here is what I thought as ultimate goal of software tester. "Predict bug, go and find it rather than stumbling on it". I will add more this post as I go along. Just wanted to register this thought. Comments are welcome.
  • Adventures In SoftwareLand

    Product-Line Development and Product Development

    First.... woo hoo! My real copy of Software Factories arrived. I've been reading PDFs and hard-copy of the PDFs for a month or so now and there's just no comparison with a real-live-book. While reading Software Factories I began to remember something...
  • Ryan Farber's WebLog

    Two simple file tricks

    1. How do I know if a file path string has valid characters without resorting to catching an exception? bool IsFileNameValid(string fileName) { if (filename != null && fileName.IndexOfAny(Path.InvalidPathChars) != -1) { return false; } else {...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Debugging IL

    Managed applications are compiled to IL (Intermediate Language) and then our JIT (Just-In-Time compiler) can compile it to native code so that the CPU can execute it. (The alternative is interpreting the IL directly, which has horrible performance characteristics...

    Antivirus Defense in Depth Guide Updated for XPSP2

    On Friday, Microsoft posted version 2.0 of the Antivirus Defense in Depth Guide. You can find out more and download it from here: The Antivirus Defense-in-Depth Guide The information presented in the Antivirus Defense-in-Depth guide has been updated...
  • Kam VedBrat

    Keeping track...

    Normally, my wife and I a little insane about keeping track of our income and spending. We started using Microsoft Money at the begining of the year (before that, we had an elaborate excel workbook). Money works well for us, but lately we got behind in...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Volcano Research goes High-Tech

    With Mt St Helens getting ready to blow it's top it's interesting to see the progression in Volcano and Quake (no, not the game!) technology - this article compares the technologies being used to monitor earthquakes and volcanos - it's interesting...
  • David Ornstein's WebLog

    FlexWiki customizable borders now well-documented

    I finally go around to writing up some solid documentation describing all the ways that that the borders on a FlexWiki page can be customized .
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Home Servers & Storage...

    Charlie Kindel's Blog is running a series of articles on home servers and storage - Charlie is an interesting guy, I first met Charlie at the 1994 OLE Developers Conference in London, Charlie had a pretty interesting description of exactly how random...
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