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  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Back in the blogging seat

    My arm's better and I'm stupid enough to start playing hockey in two weeks. Lots of stuff to catch up on and my workload has been obscene lately. I've done some catchup work, but still have a lot more to do. More blogging to come :)
  • Plamen Hristov's WebLog

    1st meeting of Software Archtects in Sofia

    I was able to organize the first meeting of SwA from Bulgarian Enterprise organizations here in Bulgaria and I had more participants than expected :-) We discussed the new Virtual Server 2005 and SQL Server notification services. As a feedback most of...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows CE "Get Embedded" - "Macallan" (Windows CE 5.0)

    This months Windows CE "Get Embedded" article is now live on the web (somewhat later than expected, I've been busier than Mr Busy of Busyland running the Busytown parade), anyhow, this month we [finally] take a look at Windows CE 5.0, there's a ton of...
  • Angel Saenz-Badillos

    ADO.NET 2.0 The connection pool and distributed transactions

    I am a big fan of pop quiz style blogs like the ones you can find here: . I am not really sure that there are enough people looking at this blog to make this fun but I am going to give it a try. I will incorporate the answer...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Head up display - portable media, game play ?

    Ok, so how's this for an interesting idea... Mitsubishi are working on a wearable head up display , the name for this device is the "Scopo", the initial plans for this device are for the industrial control market, but may also be positioned for personal...
  • Adam Singer


    I'd like to give you a brief overview of locking functionality from within the Team Foundation source control system. Before we begin, however, I'd like to note that the lock command should be differentiated from the permission command. lock is used to...
  • Visual Studio

    Sydney .NET Users Group Presentation - October 7, 2004

    Thank you to everyone from the Sydney .NET Users Group (SDNUG) who attended my presentation on .NET Compact Framework Performance Tips and Tricks yesterday. You can download the presentation and view other relevant links at, .NET Compact Framework Performance...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Cold Solder Joint

    When we had our first child, we had an audio monitor that consisted of 2 pieces: a microphone with a wireless transmitter and a speaker with a wireless receiver. Thus we could hear the baby from afar. Times have changed. Now the hospital uses disposable...
  • David Fries' WebLog

    Security Report on Vulnerability Scanners

    Hey, my buddy Joe wrote Security Innovations' Security Report this month. It has all sorts of information about vulnerability scanners, how hackers use them, and how you can help keep your network secured. Could be useful for those of you with a home...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Architectural Overview of Windows SharePoint Services

    The managed object model for WSS (Windows SharePoint Services) is one of the great advances made in the release for Windows Server 2003. I am actually using it for an article I am authoring for MSDN magazine. One of my colleagues here, Les Smith, authored...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Music Recommendations

    I'm spending a lot more time listening to music in my new job, and I'd like to expand my collection. That's where you come in. I need some recommendations. For reference, here are a few group I listen to: Rock/Pop: Rush Green Day Third Eye Blind The aforementioned...
  • Roberdan

    SharePoint Document Recovery - Thx to: Stephane CORDONNIER

    Avec l'utilisation grandissante de Windows SharePoint Services , les problématiques de sauvegarde/restauration des fichiers contenus dans les bibliothèques de documents sont très nombreuses. Une des problématiques qui revient le plus souvent concerne...
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