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  • robgruen's WebLog

    Classic ASP (ASP 3.0) doesn’t work on 64bit with 32bit COM objects

    In particular I’m referring to VB6 ActiveX objects, and I know there's a lot of em out there. I've written several of them. I’ll try to give you a breakdown of why this occurs: The isapi DLL that’s responsible for ASP is compiled natively for 64bit...
  • All About Interop

    strange but true: JMS for .NET

    TIBCO apparently has implemented the JMS API in .NET . TIBCO Enterprise Message Service software not only provides a world-class JMS implementation, its .NET API supports and extends the JMS 1.1 specification. The TIBCO Enterprise Message Service...
  • CLR and .NET Security


    One topic I'm often asked about is obfuscation of managed code. In the context of software, obfuscation is the process of scrambling the symbols, code, and data of a program to prevent reverse engineering. Optimizing C++ compilers for native code tend...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Reaching the next generation of developers

    Jeff Sandquist posts about Bitman's Place , a new experiment in helping introduce young kids to computers. Check out his post for a link to log in during this test period.
  • sethgros's Developer Evangelist for Manufacturing blog

    Good Tools: Essentialize Outlook Threads, Explicate Windows Error Messages

    Two tools you should be aware of: Courtesy of John Durant, in his mention of BillG's talking about the next gen Office products : Outlook Thread Compressor . [...] At times I want to consolidate the thread and try to bring it to a conclusion...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Generics and Wildcards

    Martin write a post entitled Generics: The Importance of Wildcards He concludes with: Unfortunately, C# will not support wildcards or a similar mechanism. The implementation strategy does not allow the introduction of wildcards (generics are implemented...
  • Vinayak's WebLog

    It has been a long while ....

    It has been a long while since I posted on my blog. The entire team had been very busy working on the next version of Commerce Server. Just recently we completed an important milestone by shipping the CS2006 Tech Preview and now onto the Beta release...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    How important is the demo?

    I thought I'd address this question - the short answer- VERY IMPORTANT! We would like to see the demo of your project since that is a very core element of your work so please make sure that if there is still any work left to do for the demo, you are...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Office 2003 and Web services- Reason Enough to Upgrade

    I was alerted to this article today by Velle, one of my colleagues at Microsoft: Word, Excel Employed As Systems Interfaces I rarely read something that is reason for unreserved delight such as this article. This ISV, Meridian Systems Inc., came...
  • Managed CodeGen

    Debugging LCG

    Maybe it is a little to early to jump into this talk but I think for a user starting to use LCG, he will hit this problem in the first place. When you are emitting a dynamic method and doesn't have a way to persist it, you can imagine that it could be...
  • Shaykatc's WebLog

    C# Status: 5/27/2005

    Short status today... These last two weeks have been a whirlwind ride for our team. We made a huge dent in our bugs to hit our goals for last week. We incentivized the dev team with late night dinners and they pulled through magnificently, fixing a...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Why does Windows share the root of your drive?

    Out-of-the box, a Windows system automatically shares the root of every hard drive on the machine as <drive>$ (so you get C$, D$, A$, etc). The shares are ACL'ed so that only members of the local administrative group can access them, and they...
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