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  • Richard Godfrey

    Nice all-round smart client examples

    A while ago Lester Madden gave me a DVD he and some other folks have been working on called We Rock 247.Net. It sat on the shelf for a few weeks, but I dusted it off and took a look the other day. If you're into building smart client apps using .NET,...
  • One Louder

    Watch out for "Sales and Marketing"

    Most recruiters looks at hundreds, possibly thousands of resumes a week. As much as I'd like to tell you that a recruiter thoroughly reviews your entire resume before making a decision on whether to contact you, that's usually not true (hint: the top...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Comment Policy is now up.

    I got nailed by a new blog-spammer yesterday, so it's my turn to follow KC and Raymond and post a comment policy. My new comment policy can be found here . It's unlikely to change anything, except for the blog-spam, I've never had any issues with anyone...

    Security Events on this Week

    Here are some of the security related events taking place on this week: MSDN Webcast: Essentials of Application Security (Part 1) - Secure Communications - Level: 300 Monday, August 02,2004 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific Time MSDN Webcast...
  • Eugenio Pace

    p&p Smart Client Survey

    At p&p we are currently in planning stage. We have to prioritize our work for the next 6 months and for that we need your input. We need to understand which are the most significant challenges you face while building Smart Clients and how would p&p...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Matt Pietrek on How Iterators Work

    One of the things on my blog todo list was to write an entry showing how C# iterators work under the hood. Well, Matt Pietrek beat me too it. You can find an exploration of the state machine that the C# compiler generates for you when you create an iterator...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    New Articles on MSDN

    A bunch of new Windows Mobile articles went up on MSDN recently. Check 'em out and let us know what you think. Northwind Pocket Service: Field Service for Windows Mobile-Based Pocket PC Article Summary: Learn about enterprise mobile solution business...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    MSDN - New Mobile Articles...

    Looks like the mobility guys have been busy - there are a bunch of new articles available on MSDN Northwind Pocket Service: Field Service for Windows Mobile-Based Pocket PC Article Summary: Learn about enterprise mobile solution business aspects...
  • Visual Studio For Devices

    New .NET Mobile Developer articles are posted

    Fresh off the, uh, press. Enjoy! Northwind Pocket Service: Field Service for Windows Mobile-Based Pocket PC Learn about enterprise mobile solution business aspects and how to develop mobile enterprise applications for Windows Mobile 2003-based Pocket...
  • Sampy's Blog

    Signing Assemblies in Express

    In higher SKUs of Visual Studio, there is a signing property page that is used for signing the assembly as well as your ClickOnce manifests (it's pretty lame in Beta 1 but I just finished rewriting it for Beta 2 and it's pretty sweet). Unfortunatly for...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    We-Dig - September Meeting...

    Just received this e-mail from Paul Yao The Windows Embedded Developers Interest Group (WE-DIG) is meeting on Wednesday, September 1, 2004. And you are invited to attend. The topic of the meeting will be Windows CE 5.0, which Microsoft released just a...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Linux - head in the sand?

    As a follow on from the previous c|net posting - Don Newman points out that Open Source Risk Management isn't releasing the list of potential patent infringements, doing so would put linux in the wrong, ignorance is bliss (apparently)... so what does...
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