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  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    Tap, Tap ...... Is this thing on?

    It’s been a while since I blogged? Why so? Before getting into that, I guess there is something I probably should have done before x-mas and that was to drop a note on the blog to say that I have moved on from MS. hey, better late than never Any hooo...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Ex-Google Blogger tells his 'Official' story

    Mark Jen, the Google blogger who got fired for blogging (he confirms this below) just posted his side of the story . Seems Mark is taking a non-bitter, philosophical view of it all... "on january 28th, 2005, i was terminated from google. either directly...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    New Article Available

    My latest article is available from the folks at .NET Developers Journal – Managing XML Data The benefits to Office-based apps Last week I had lunch with the application manager of a local customer that just completed their enterprise rollout of Office...
  • Carter Maslan

    Chipping away at the "Tyranny of the OR"

    It's pretty natural to think through engineering problems in terms of choices between this OR that (e.g. web app OR windows app, online OR offline, centralized OR distributed, record-oriented OR document-oriented, synchronous OR asynchronous, http OR...
  • Suzanne Cook's .NET CLR Notes

    Channel 9 Interview

    Charles Torre and Robert Scoble (behind the camera) dropped by my office to chat with me about the loader for MSDN's Channel 9: part I and part II . Also, check out the PDC video I was in for Channel 9:
  • Survival of the simplest


    With all the WS* messaging protocols , especially WS - ReliableMessaging it appears that they have moved the *TCP* like features/behavior higher up in the layers .Do we still need to TCP lower in the transport layer , Will UDP make a comeback?
  • Glen's old blog

    Greenville, SC Double Header!

    For my upcoming MSDN Event in Greenville, SC I’m branching out a bit and having Michael Earls with Magenic join me on stage and present a bit of the event. We’ll cover some cool Winforms techniques, then Michael will show you all best practices...
  • Jason Barile - Testing Testing

    Moving away from item versions

    Based on customer feedback, we've decided to cut the concept of item versions from Team Foundation Version Control. In previous releases (including the Dec. CTP release), you could refer to any version of a file or folder by its item version. The item...
  • Hans VB's WebLog - For FREE!!!

    ASP.NET is on tour through Europe

    If you are interested in ASP.NET 2.0 check out whether the ASP.NET caravan is passing by a location near you: Top speakers like Scott Guthrie, Brian Goldfarb, Dave Platt and Dave Webster are delivering...
  • Jeromy Carriere's WebLog

    .NET in Financial Services

    Check out this whitepaper on building applications in financial services on Windows and .NET. This paper started out as an overview of connected systems and the application platform. Mike Wons, a Strategy Advisor in financial services at Microsoft, tuned...
  • James Manning's blog

    useless benchmarking

    This is admittedly, for the most part, useless, but over a lunch last week I had mentioned writing this out of curiosity and there was a request to post it. As with all benchmarks, if you actually take any numbers this produces as gospel on how to code...
  • Glen's old blog

    Atlanta .NET Pub Club following MSDN Event

    First, come to the Atlanta MSDN Event at Phipps Plaza AMC theater. Local expert Michael Earls with Magenic will be helping me out by presenting for part of the event - don't miss it! Then, we’ll he holding another meeting of the .NET Pub Club so stick...
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