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  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Access Checks

    Before I begin today’s post, a caveat: In this discussion, when I use the term “security”, I don’t mean “security defect free”, instead I mean “using the NT security subsystem”. The two often become confused...
  • Roberdan

    Knowledge Jolt on Personal KM Model

    PKM: Me, Others, Ideas byKnowldgeJolt with Jack "Lilia Efimova is back to thinking about personal knowledge management with a new drawing that attempts to bring some ideas together. Personal KM model: new version drafted . One of the ideas behind Personal...
  • stuart kent's blog

    Back from vacation, more on DSLs

    It's been a long time since my last entry - those few who were following my blog have probably given up by now. The interruption in service has been due to (a) family vacation and (b) moving house. One of these days I'll wax lyrical about the inadequacies...
  • stuart kent's blog

    More ruminations on DSLs

    A domain specific language is a language that's tuned to describing aspects of the chosen domain. Any language can be domain specific, provided you are able to identify the domain it is specific to and demonstrate that it is tuned to describe aspects...

    Back to the Blog ...

    Wow ... I just looked back at how long it's been since I've blogged. It's hard to believe that it's been almost a month. And a long month it's been ... it started with the nastiest, ugliest case of bronchitis that I've had since I was 15 or so. In fact...
  • Jeffrey Wall's WebLog

    Defrag API C# wrappers

    For my own amusement, I decided to wrap the NT Defrag APIs in C#. It isn't great, but... I'll give it the classic dev guarantee of "it works on my machine". The MSDN documentation uses lots of very scary...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Download locations for .NET Framework 1.0 SP3 and 1.1 SP1

    Hey all, The most recent service packs for the .NET Framework - 1.0 SP3 and 1.1 SP1 - were released at the beginning of September and it looks like they are showing up on Windows Update now. I wanted to provide the direct links to the service packs in...
  • Bryan's Blog

    Using an External DataSet with Reporting Services Reports

    A colleague of mine working at the SQL Server Developer Center has written a short article on Reporting Services and DataSet data processing. You can view it here:
  • Visual Studio Team System

    Q: Can I use Team Foundation if the NETBIOS name for my domain doesn't match the distinguished name?

    A: No. In this release, Group Security Services (GSS) resolves identities by taking the distinguished name (DN), finding the deepest domain component (DC), which it assumes is the domain name (e.g., DC=NewYorkCity). It then caches the identity as domain...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Change the world! (or at least a feature of ASP.NET 2.0)

    As reported a while back. Please send in more feedback either here, or in the forums . The product team is listening! ASP.NET recently announced several changes to the naming of the special directories recognized by the runtime. The renamed directories...
  • Bryan's Blog

    Writing Custom Code for Reporting Services Reports

    Teo Lachev has published a partial chapter of his new book "Microsoft Reporting Services in Action" to the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) online. The excerpt comes complete with sample code available as a download. Special thanks to Teo and to Manning...
  • Loosely Coupled Thinking

    Bangalore Bound

    I'm going to Bangalore next month to speak at Microsoft's India Regional Architect Forum (RAF) . I'm looking forward to going, even though Gurpreet (yes, that Gurpreet ) warned me that this is the longest flight in the world. I guess that means hours...
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