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  • .NET Security Blog

    All About Assert Part I: What Assert Actually Does

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    There are several common misconceptions about the Assert stack modifier, not the least of which are: Assert changes an assembly's permission grant Assert is just a perf optimization You don't need the permissions that you're Asserting in order to effectively...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Part II of Channel9 interview up and running!

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    Just back from a weekend in Cannon Beach, OR and wanted to give you a heads up on segment II of our interview with Channel9. You can find it here . Well, it has technically been up since Friday, but I wanted to give you all a heads up on the "official...
  • TS Tidbits

    It's a blog!

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    Guess what?!?! TS Tidbits and the life of this Partner Technology Specialist (TS) are now a blog. Those of you in Great Lakes Area who have been receiving TS Tidbits from me via email every other week will find the same great information, contests, links...
  • Reckless

    What do you identify as?

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    Is there such as thing as a Web services developer? What do you identify as? A SQL dev or a SQL Server dev? Information Systems dev? VB, C#, or Java? J2EE/EJB developer? MSMQ or MQSeries? Do you identify as a distributed systems developer? Why? I am curious...
  • Brad Abrams

    Quiz: More Type Constructors

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    The program below outputs “in .cctor” when run. In the spirit of NPR’s Says You , make a 6 character change to only line 10 that will allow the program to continue to compile without warnings or errors but when run result in no output. Any of course,...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Houston SQL Server User Group Meeting

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    Next Meeting: 9/14/2004 When: Second Tuesday of the month Time: 5:30-7pm Location: Houston Microsoft Offices. Site: http://houston.sqlservercentral.com
  • Bruce Jackson's WebLog

    Sample Code for IPSec Block Application

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    As I pointed out in my previous post, I have written a couple of applications for my Exchange Server at home and I would post the code if anyone was interested. I’ve had a couple of requests and so I’ve created a web site where I’ll post links to the...
  • Visual Studio Editor Blog

    New Hire Introduction

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    Hi everyone, My name is Dylan Lingelbach and I am a new hire working in the Editor group. I am just getting my feet wet right now, so I don't have an area I own just yet, but I am starting to get experience in a few different areas of the editor. I am...
  • Dino's Blog

    Cooperative Fiber Mode Sample - Day 3

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    When I last left off we went over the host control. The host control hands off our task and synchronization managers. Now it’s time to take a look at the two host-implemented managers, starting with the task manager. I’m going to skip over the minor details...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    New addition to the office...

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    Not content with sharing my office in Building 118 with two other people a new addition turned up this morning... Welcome "Master Chief" to the office... There are a ton of Halo toys available from EBGames Keep an eye out for the Adventures of "Master...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Office Development and the PIAs

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    One of the things that many developers are doing with Office is writing managed code applications. The fact is, Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System is the way to go if you are writing an app for Word, Excel, and InfoPath (sp1). The...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Revamped BPI MSDN Developer Centre

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    There are a number of documents, samples, and various tidbits that get posted to this blog and eventually some of them make it to MSDN. Today we relaunched the MSDN developer centre at http://msdn.microsoft.com/bpi with updated content across the board...
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