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  • Mahjayar's WebLog.

    HttpListener - User scenarios

    I have been interested in finding out from customers how they are using/plan to use the new HttpListener class in whidbey beta 1. Found this post here which prompted this post. Customer scenarios are a big consideration when new features are designed...
  • MSeLearning's WebLog

    Intro for Chris

    "Hey, my name is Keith and I'm a Scorpio from Athens, G-A and I like to find the essence from within..." ( The B-52's ) Actually, this is Chris, but I love that intro (and the song). Introductions are a weird thing. How do you summarize yourself in a...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    The Code Camp Manifesto

    The original Code Camp was a conglomeration of ideas by many different people across the development community. The idea was simple – provide an off hour forum for the development community to speak and share ideas for them to come and enjoy. The results...
  • VolkerW's WebLog


    So, you’ve never heard about Podcast? Never mind, Podcast is yesterday. PiMCast is the new means by which we will consume information, learn about new technologies and hear AND SEE snippets from other people’s lives in the form of video downloads for...
  • Blog :: CharlieO

    How do you skin Media Center to change the look and feel?

    First in the series of responses to Media Center Development: What topic(s) shall I blog about next ? --> Henry: How about telling us a way how to skin the MCE? Officially there is no way to skin Media Center. [We do hear this request multiple times...
  • Antimail

    Shadow copies - a peek under the hood

    Starting with XP and Windows Server 2003 we have a new shadow copy functionality feature built-in the operating system. In my previous posts, I already mentioned some of of the high-level scenarios that are enabled by this feature. One example is backup...
  • Mike Poulson's Thoughts on lots of stuff

    To the Bungie team today

    Today when I was not working I had lunch with some of the people that make RedvsBlue ( ) Gus and Burnie. We had lunch at a local Mexican place. Then we went down to Xbox Land. Where I got to meet the makers of Halo2 and other Bungie...
  • Mike Poulson's Thoughts on lots of stuff

    Securing a TS connection with Smart Cards

    Well today is going to be a busy day here at the Microsoft Enterprise Engineering Center. At about 11:30 I am going to have lunch some of the RedvsBlue people ( ). Then I have the job of setting up and testing a remote access...
  • Jeromy Carriere's WebLog

    Google Deskbar as a generic shortcut mechanism

    I thought the Google Deskbar was cool to start with (search engine wars aside), but now I think it’s even cooler. First, I used its customized search capability to add a search for weather… Then I thought how cool it would be to have a generic...
  • Aali's blog


    Viime viikko meni kierrellessä Kouvolan, Helsingin, Turun, Tampereen ja Oulun opinahjoja Ilijan kanssa Imagine Cupin merkeissä. Onneksi ennen joulua ei enää ole tiedossa kiertelyä että ehtii olla kotosallakin välillä :)
  • James Manning's blog

    Pretty-printing valid xml snippet

    It's proven useful in a couple of places, and it's pretty small and self-documenting. I had written this mainly to look at my VS settings file in a nicer way since it saves with a minimum of whitespace. private static string ToPrettyXml( string xml) ...
  • James Manning's blog

    IEnumerable<T> and interleaving of I/O with CPU

    Not all problems lend themselves to this, but as a general suggestion, if you're handling T[] or {I,}List<T> or ArrayList or the like of items (especially ones coming from I/O sources - files, network, etc.) with a single pass, you should consider...
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