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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    VoIP - Vonage

    I now have Vonage VoIP up and running at home, the installation was extremely simple, and the sound quality seems to be very good, and, I'm not noticing any problems with using VoIP and the 3MBit internet connection from Comcast. I've also hooked up the...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Killing comment spam

    Is there a .TEXT utility to let me kill all comments that have a specific URL in them? I've been getting hit with comment spam recently...
  • IUpdateable from Eric Nelson (

    A brief introduction...

    Eric Nelson, Developer Evangelist, Microsoft UK I have been in Microsoft UK for over 8 years and have spent most of that time working with UK Independent Software Vendors to help them explore and adopt the latest technologies and tools from Microsoft...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    First Virus on Windows CE ?

    There's a report on ZDNET of a Virus on Windows CE - this is a proof of concept virus and isn't expected to spread - this does raise an interesting point though - the article author discusses how virus writers could plan to attack VoIP phones or other...
  • Min Kwan Park's bLog

    my opion on TDD...

    Around me, I'm seeing some people who are very deep into TDD. Well, as QA, whenever I heard their mythical belief on TDD, It makes me think why TDD is believed that much. TDD, it sounds like very testing oriented. yes it is. I agree. and it is good...
  • Rajmohan's real-time web...

    SDE/T - What is it?!

    When I say that my job title is Software Development Engineer in Test, it is not easy for many to relate to it and realize more about the day-to-day responsibilities. Not many companies have this specific role that focuses on test related development...
  • .net and other interesting dev stuff in PA

    MSDN ISV Community site opens

    Now there's a special place on MSDN for ISV developers to go to find pertinent information for their own ISV focused development needs. The ISV Partner site still exists, and now focuses on business information for ISV's as well as additional technical...
  • .net and other interesting dev stuff in PA

    Cool new trick in C# in Visual Studio 2005

    How many times have you started a build and found that you forgot your “using“ references? Then you had to remember which references you needed for the particular class you were implementing? Now there's basically a smart tag in the IDE...
  • .net and other interesting dev stuff in PA

    Microsoft Global Briefing (MGB) 2004 ROCKS!

    Microsoft is a company that demands great things from you, and you have to work hard. They also make sure that they take care of you here. I'm at the Microsoft Global Briefing (last week and until Tuesday), and while we had some long days and bad cases...
  • aaron's weblog

    I Need Your Help

    Let me be totally straightforward and honest: I need your help. For those of you who are just tuning in, I am the Program Manager responsible for User Experience and User Interface Consistency for Visual Studio. Visual Studio 2005 is becoming consistent...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    Microsoft acquires Lookout

    I'm sure everyone has heard about this by now. MSN acquired Lookout last week. Lookout is a Outlook add-in that indexes your data and gives you a toolbar like the various toolbars for IE (google, MSN, etc). You can type in a string and instantly find...
  • Tim Sneath

    Building Advanced Reports with the Excel Add-in for SQL Server Analysis Services

    The Excel add-in is one of two just released Business Intelligence solutions available for download: Excel Add-in for Analysis Services: Business Scorecards Accelerator:
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