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  • VolkerW's WebLog

    64-bit has come a long way

    From way back when in '02 in "the good ol' days" of Itanium 1 to last month, when Intel supposedly shipped their last 32-bit only processor:
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Hitchhikers Redux

    Rory posted an interesting counterpoint to my review. Rory has some good points - I agree that you can't expect a movie to be totally faithful to a book, and I have noticed that there is a distinct correlation between how well somebody liked the book...
  • The Old New Thing

    Another dead computer: My personal laptop

    The continuing saga of dead computers....

    VS2005/Express Install Issues

    We know that some people are having difficulty with the Visual Studio 2005 installation process and so we have some resource pages available right now. This weekend, we posted a tool to help clean up a previous installation (Beta 1 or CTP) before installing...
  • Michael Stuart's Weblog

    Ferrari vs. Chevy: pragmatic engineering

    I love cars. It's the thing I'm most likely to spend stupid amounts of money on, and only the guiding hand of my frugal wife keeps me from mortgaging future college funds on a shiny 400HP...whatever. Too many 400HP cars around to count these days--topic...
  • Peter Bernard's MEM Thoughts

    New MEDC 2005 t-shirt

    I received my new MEDC 2005 t-shirt today in prep for next week's show. I'm not at liberty to reveal much about the shirt itself but let me just say . . . "wow." But seriously, it looks like it will be a great show for the community with plenty of...
  • Peter Bernard's MEM Thoughts

    Engadget interview with BillG

    Interesting interview with Bill Gates by the folks over at Engadget - they caught up with him at WinHEC recently. As he said - "The phone is sort of trumps everything. It trumps media players, it trumps cameras, it trumps GPS-mapping devices, digital...
  • jaredpar's WebLog

    Using Windows SxS to override COM Objects as LUA

    Ran accross a great article on how to use SxS Manifest files to intsall COM objects as Non-Admin. This approach has several limitations Only works an XP SP1 (and higher) and W2K3 (and higher). Requires you to have write access to the directory...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    From Interop to Indigo

    There's been a run of great technical discussions in Dublin. As Bill writes , Dino Chiesa 's discussion of interop at the IrishDev meeting last week was fantastic. Dino is a dynamic and eloquent speaker, and he reminded us all of the huge range of...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Indigo Event Reminder

    A quick reminder...we've got an exciting Indigo event coming up on May 12th in our Reston, VA office. David Chappell will be in town to discuss the upcoming Microsoft communication stack known as Indigo, and he's a terrific speaker. If you're planning...
  • Because we can

    Wonderful morning =)

    Some time ago my manager told me that I'd be one of three people maintaining the Windows builds used in our group, and this week is when I'm supposed to do that. For those non-Microsofties, or at least, people outside the Windows group, Windows...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    MAD Code Camp is SOLD OUT!

    The first Mid-Atlantic Code Camp is now sold out! OK, it's a free event, so we can't really be "sold out", but we have reached our registration limit for the event. The good news is that we do have a small waitlist available, so if you're quick, you might...
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