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  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Windows XP SP 2

    I'm running Windows XP SP 2 RC1 now, and I've already logged a handful of bugs -- mostly against the new IE security settings :-) -- but I haven't had any problems yet. (Well, my tablet froze on me last night, but it hasn't happened again so I don't know...
  • Omar Shahine's WebLog

    I used to get excited about new Mobile Devices...

    I remember when I used to see announcements or rumors of Pocket PC and Smartphone devices and I would get so excited. I'm at the point now where I just don't care any more. I've been dreaming of a smartphone or Pocket PC device like my wife's Treo...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Thought Co-Processors

    “What are you thinking?” The words are pitched into the air, like a balloon from a comic strip that lingers as I stand frozen. Betsy is speaking. She has been telling me something and I have been listening, but I must seem distant, distraught...
  • Jose Luis Calvo Salanova

    Rendering Engine vs Forms on design time

    A couple of weeks ago I had an interesting design discussion about developing a smart client. This application is being developed with Windows Forms and is going to have more than a thousand forms. The center of the discussion was about creating the forms...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Generic Methods...

    Someone suggested to me that VB.NET Whidbey didn't have support for 'Generic Methods', so I quickly wrote a bit of sample code to check (yes, it does support Generic Methods) and I thought I'd post that test code for your amusement. Public Class GenericMethodSample...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    Windows XP SP 2 RC1 is now available

    The first release candidate for Windows XP SP 2 is available here . The changes are described here . We've made a lot of major security related changes for SP 2. We can use all of the feedback we can get before it's rolled out to everyone. So, if you...
  • GrantRi's WebLog [MS]

    Inform Me!

    I'm rather new to blogging (in case you haven't noticed). This web site has “posts” and “articles”. What's the difference? Should any of my past posts been articles? Does anybody care? --Grant
  • GrantRi's WebLog [MS]

    Anonymous method (and Iterator) perf

    probably a few of you hav asked how to make iterators and anonymous methods fast. Well hopefully if you understand how the compiler translates them, it should be relatively easy to optimize them. The first thing to remember is that for all practical purposes...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Austin .NET Users Group Meeting Topic: Virtual PC

    Austin .NET Users Group Developing .NET Applications with Virtual PC April 12, 5:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M., Austin, TX Virtual PC (VPC) is Microsoft's virtualization technology for the Windows platform. VPC allows you to create multiple virtual instances...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Developer Labs Events in the Gulf Coast

    Extreme .NET Series Attend one of our free Extreme .NET events in March or May! This advanced series, focused on ASP.NET security and web application patterns, continues with parts I and II of "Building Identity Management in ASP.NET". In these sessions...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    April MSDN Gulf Coast Event Locations

    The free MSDN events for the Gulf Coast will be at the following cities: April 6, Houston , TX April 8, Corpus Christi, TX April 20, Laredo, TX April 22, San Antonio, TX
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Non Technical: So What's Larry going to be doing this weekend?

    For the past two years, my daughter Sharron’s been taking dressage lesson’s at a local dressage training facility, and she’s gotten pretty darned good at it. Back in October, Sharron really wanted to start competing in dressage, and...
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