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  • Leading Trump - Pradeep U.N. & his Blog about Nothing.

    The Daily Prophet: Harry Potter and my Bloodshot eyes....

    Ok - so what if the book was abt "The Half-Blood Prince" and not about my bloodshot eyes. Thanks to my Good "HufflePuff" friend who sent me the book from Walmart (Take that on release-day just like she did 2 yrs ago for the Goblet of Fire...
  • oliverlu's WebLog


    学习ASP.NET 2.0 ASP.NET 2.0 Beta 2已经推出来一段时间了。至于学习的资料,建议看看下面的一份: 还有另外的一个站点: 祝大家学习ASP.NET 2.0快乐! SharePoint Utility Suite v2 ...
  • Leading Trump - Pradeep U.N. & his Blog about Nothing.

    Beat that: A 1-yr old Indian kid has her own blog!

    I know dads who are happy if their baby says an intelligible word when she is 1, some are happy if she can take a few steps that resemble a trot and yet others are happy if they recognize old faces... But this dad has to be extra proud - cos his daughter...
  • David Hurtado's Integration Traces

    BizUnit 2.0 released

    Finally, BizUnit 2.0 is here, one of my favorite BizTalk projects must-haves. These guys work hard, in the very right direction... I case you're not aware of what BizUnit is, it is a test framework fo BizTalk. Read their blog for more info.
  • Cyrus' Blather

    The more things change

    A while back we got an MSDN feedback report about a crash a customer was experiencing. The customer had the following code: class A : B { } class B : A { } class C : B { override //Type space here } At this point the IDE would just up and...
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    hwnd interop (part 4)

    A walkthrough of Win32 inside Avalon (HwndHost) To reuse Win32 content inside Avalon applications, one uses HwndHost, which is a control that makes hwnds look like Avalon content. Like HwndSource, HwndHost is straightforward to use – subclass HwndHost...
  • Antimail

    Worst-case scenario: How to survive a hurricane

    Of course, everyone knows the Worst-case scenarios survival series . But, as an IT administrator, you also have to seriously think about wild natural disasters when you design your IT infrastructure (including replication, backups). After all, you...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Atlanta bound

    Lots of Microsoftees are getting ready to head to Atlanta for the annual Microsoft Global Briefing, or as we call it, MGB. I made the trip to Atlanta last year as well. MGB is held annually at the start of a financial year and usually in one of the...
  • Buck Hodges

    Alert settings

    Occasionally, the question about how to configure, after installation, the alert email SMTP server and from address setting have come up in the Team Foundation forum. Alerts are emails that are sent when a check-in occurs in the Team Project you specify...
  • Jason Sacks's Windows SDK blog


    My apologies for the slightly messed up posting on Friday. I was having trouble with creating links, and inadvertainly removed several links from the blog posting. The omission of one link towards the end made the point I was making rather incoherent...
  • Antimail

    Not enough neons and LEDs in your computer?

    Some can't get enough blinking lights in their computer. So, then why not have LEDs even in the screws? Here:
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Off to Atlanta

    I'm about to head to the airport to catch a flight to Auckland. The goal is to get to Atlanta, but given the strikes at AirNZ long haul crew are putting us through - its a bit of a lottery. I understand that my flight to LA is oversold - so I'm probably...
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