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  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Do you have any questions for me?

    Ok, I promised a reader that I would write a post on this subject, and eventhough he probably thinks I’ve forgotten, I haven’t. See? :) One of the most mysterious questions of any interview is usually the last one asked … “Do you have any questions for...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    JScript, DNA, and Mad Cow Disease

    The WebGraphics blog recently had a Javascript quine contest that just ended. I'm totally bummed that I didn't hear about this until it was over. What's a "quine"? A quine is a program which, when run, produces the source code of the program as its output...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Gurpreet on Enterprise Architecture

    I just finished my Data in SOA talk for TechEd Malaysia. The room was very hot and the session was right after lunch - not exactly optimal conditions. I did OK - could have been better. Between time in hotels and on airplanes with nothing to do but code...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Xbox winners for our Soup To Nuts webcasts mini-series.

    Angela from our Microsoft Webcasts team just told me that we already have some Xbox winners from our first two Soup To Nuts Webcast mini-series. Skip Kirby, September 3, 2004 webcast Steve Horth, September 10, 2004 webcast Skip told us he and his wife...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    Documentation-Driven Development

    A former manager poses a provocative idea: end-user help topics for all new applications and features--like the sweet new Source Control Explorer window in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System --should be written before development begins; Help First...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Portable Media Center...

    I've just got back to Seattle from a trip to Microsoft Research in the UK, the trip over to the UK was good, some interesting movies to watch, some work to do, the time flew by [pun intended]... The trip back wasn't quite so good, in economy, couldn't...
  • The Old New Thing

    Interlocked operations don't solve everything

    They allow for atomic updates, but that doesn't necessarily mean you can skip the critical section....
  • Brad Abrams

    Thoughts from BorCon04

    Well, I got to BorCon a little late as I was enjoying California sun. But I did catch Danny Thorpe ’s talk on the future of the Delphi language. I was glad to see for..each support being added. I hear the other guys are adding it as well. I think this...
  • Love that ASP.NET and SQL Server

    Brad Abrams talk at the San Jose dotNet User Group...

    I attended the San Jose dotnet User Group and listened to Brad talk about the CLR. It was a FANTASTIC talk and was very informative. We talked about the architecture of the CLR and where the BCL’s sit (that is what Brad worked on is the BCL’s...
  • Juan Roman Escamilla

    Frustrado con Burton

    I have a problem that has filled me with frustration. I don't have 3 computers where I can install Burton; sorry. I can't use it. As for today Bugs are being kept as Issues in an extended list in SharePoint and Project Server and it works fine. Can't...
  • hongmeig's WebLog

    Symmetric key based encryption in WSE 2.0 ( part 1 )

    In WSE 1.0, symmetric key encryption could be done through decryption key provider. Moving to WSE 2.0, every security operation has been bound with a security token, including the symmetric key encryption. There are generally two ways to do a symmetric...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-14

    Building a Test-Driven Development Example According to Jonathan Cogley , Test-Driven Development (TDD) is gaining in popularity . James Newkirk , Peter Provost and Brian Button are working on a new TDD example named Bookmark Collection. You can catch...
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