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  • David Wang

    IIS7. In the books

    Ok, it is official now. Milestone complete for IIS7. Time for us to celebrate and break out the bubbly... I should have checked one last time before this post . Back at TechEd 2005 in Orlando, some of you may have noticed an older build of IIS7 running...
  • IUpdateable from Eric Nelson (

    UK early adopter compares SQL Server 2005 Integration Services with Informatica

    One of our strongest early adopters in the UK has been Conchango - with a special focus on the replacement for DTS, Integration Services. They have produced an extremely good paper which compares SSIS with Informatica . I would recommend it as a bed time...
  • Min Kwan Park's bLog

    My new posting in Korean...

    One of MVPs in South Korea has a very interesting web site about debugging. and he generously lets me write somethings in Korean on his site. the site name is . if you can read in Korean, come over there and check out. :)
  • David Wang

    IIS7. First Major Milestone

    A large chunk of my past seven days has been spent on doing all I can to ensure that IIS7 reaches its first major milestone enroute to shipping in Longhorn Server (or whatever it will be called - Vista Server? Nah. ;-) ). Several of us easily put in...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    My Turn: Ten Insane Ideas for Microsoft

    It started with the thinkweek paper , then Dare and Adam dissected it, and Mini encouraged us all to post our own ideas for Microsoft. I like the theme so; here are my ten <insert adjective here> ideas in no particular order. As my disclaimer states...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Tech Ed NZ - SOLD OUT

    If you were looking forward to going to Tech Ed but were procrastinating - you've missed out! Thats right! We've sold out of our 2000 Tech Ed 2005 tickets in Auckland! We've still got four weeks to go too! If you are really desperate I suggest you...
  • Ben Armstrong

    -disableclose under Virtual PC

    A usability problem that some people struggle with under Virtual PC is that of hitting the wrong [X]. To explain - on a virtual machine under Virtual PC there is an [X] in the top right hand corner that can be used to close the virtual machine. This is...
  • Tripp Parks's WebLog

    Going to PDC? Register by July 30 for 15% off!

    If you register for the PDC by July 30, you save 15% ($300). See you there!
  • AdamU's WebLog

    Static Code Analysis

    I started using a tool this week that measures the lines of code (LOC) that are going into our source tree. I discovered several things that make me believe that measuring how much code we've written (along the lines of TSP or PSP) and some of the other...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Escape from Yesterworld

    OK, clearly these folks just had too much fun with this:
  • everyman: journal of a microsoft developer

    cool callbacks using shared memory

    Problem: From a client that loads many DLLs, set a callback that will be accessible from all of them but does not require additional entry points. Solution: Use named shared memory to store a function pointer. Then retrieve it at will from anywhere else...
  • Quan To's Visual Studio Extensibility blog

    Windows Vista Beta 1 (Longhorn) and VS 2005

    Windows Vista Beta 1 will be out this week. Note, the framework version in Windows Vista is the Beta 2 framework. That means only the Beta 2 Visual Studio will install correctly on it. If you try installing a later CTP, the framework version mismatch...
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