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  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Giuliani and a Glimpse of Transparency to Come

    I'm most of the way through " Leadership" by Rudy Giuliani and wanted to share two of my favorite excerpts so far. Read to the end to get a glimpse into how I see us applying the fundamental vision that could be extracted from them. First, He talks about...
  • One Louder

    Finding blogs that interest you...

    Steve Rubel gives some good advice (and tools !) for finding and tracking influential blogs in your area of interest. Gotta throw in that Technorati is good for this stuff too.
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Windows Mobile Webcast Week

    Webcasts abound! I was checking out some of the upcoming ones and ran across the Windows Mobile webcast week on November 15 th the content for this looks awesome. I also found out that our own New England CFDon is scheduled to present. Awesome set of...
  • Paul Andrew

    New Zealand Developer Roadshow in November

    In November (yes in a couple of weeks) we will be running a developer and business event in three cities within NZ, we will be visiting: Wellington – 8 th Nov – Duxton Hotel Christchurch – 16 th Nov – Christchurch Convention Centre Auckland – 17 th Nov...
  • Paul Andrew

    Marlborough Sounds for the Holiday Weekend

    I've spent the holiday weekend a bit off the beaten track in the Marlborough Sounds (Mahau Sounds in Moetapu Bay to be exact). I've also just published the ASP.NET web site for the Catamaran Yacht we stayed on Panache Cat .
  • Ron Jacobs

    Judging the quality of open source projects

    It seems to me that people who want to use open source projects have a big problem. Several problems actually, but perhaps the most insidious of these is quality. How do you know if that really cool project you heard about is good quality design and code...
  • Chris Rathjen

    Running As Normal User

    As most of you probably know, Microsoft is a land of acronyms. We mostly prefer the 3-letter variety here (TLAs), but I've been spending a lot of time lately thinking about one of the 4-letter ones: RANU. RunAs Normal User. Just to be clear about what...
  • Heath Stewart's blog

    Featured Visual C# MVPs

    As I was routinely perusing the Microsoft Developer Network today I ran across a novel idea: a list of featured Visual C# MVPs. As a former Visual C# MVP myself (before coming to work for Microsoft), I think this is an excellent idea. MVPs are like the...
  • Under The Hood - Matt Pietrek

    Part II of "Breathing more life into an "old" PC"

    Last week I mentioned ordering a CPU upgrade for my main home machine , taking it from 1.4GHz up to 2.8GHz. I promised to report back on the experience. The upgrade was on my doorstep when I arrived home from work last night. Before getting started, I...
  • Visual Studio Data

    Use Whidbey to Debug TSQL/CLR Procedures On Yukon Server(By Samuel Zhang)

    There is a nice feature in Visual Studio 2003 that allows user to debug TSQL on SQL Server. With Whidbey, you can do that with Yukon Server, not only that, you can also debug CLR Managed Procedure/Function/Trigger from Server Explorer! In current Whidbey...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Easily Creating a StrongNameMembershipCondition for an Assembly

    Taking a break from sandboxing in an AppDomain for a minute, lets take a look at another aspect of policy. One situation that comes up very frequently when trying to execute code in a limited-trust sandbox is that there are some assemblies that you do...
  • One Louder

    How lucky and unlucky can I be?

    Weird, weird morning. I never look forward to my annual physical, but after mine this AM, I guess I felt a little fortunate to be healthy. Plus with all the political talk and thinking I've done about those less fortunate in this world, there's not a...
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