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  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Genomic SETI: The truth is inside us?

    Paul Davies , author of Mind of God is Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Australian Centre for Astrobiology at Macquarie University has proposed that the Genome@Home project could be extended to analyse human DNA for sign of genetic 'messaging' by...
  • greggm's WebLog

    Debugging automatic manifest files

    In Whidbey, the Visual C++ libraries team has moved to a model where the various C++ runtime dlls (msvcr80.dll msvcp80.dll atl80.dll etc) are found using Fusion instead of the classic dll resolution that we all know. What this means is that: You...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Mr. Blessing was right! Algebra is kool!

    Mr. Blessing was my high school algebra teacher. He LOVED algebra, and I’m sure he still does. As stereotypical algebra teachers do, Mr. Blessing consistently assured us that we’d use algebra “on the job” when we grew up...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    My dinner with Bill

    Funny coincidences. I was thinking about writing up my experiences at the one time I was invited to Bill’s house (about 5 years ago, it was a party for 15+ year veterans), and I ran into this post from Jeff Maurone. Jeff’s experiences pretty...
  • using Stuart.Cogitation;

    first post!

    Oh, wait a minute. This isn't slashdot. Regardless, this is my first post on my shiny new blog. Who: I'm Stuart Updegrave; I work as a developer in the Business Intelligence team for I've been working at Microsoft for over 7 years...
  • Dave Massy's Blog


    Two quick notes on spelling. Did you know there's a great spell check tool for IE at ? This is very useful when your spelling and typing is a little like mine. Coming from the United Kingdom I often argue with spell checkers...
  • Reckless

    WS-Addressing goes to the W3C with Sun on Board!

    Lots of buzz should be expected today about the submission and acceptance of WS-Addressing to the W3C . WS-Addressing is core to the messaging infrastructure for the WS-* specifications. It provides the necessary baseline for synchronous and asynchronous...
  • Rakesh's Blog

    Feature Requests

    Title : Feature requests. Chris Monachan had requested… I'd like to for instance, arrange classes by protection (private/public), but also by method/data at the same time. So I can print out diagrams with say just the public methods, nothing...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    InCtrl5 - updated registry exclusion list

    Hey all, thanks to your posted comments, I realized that the exclusion list I posted here originally was not in the correct syntax for the InCtrl5 tool to understand it. There is not a way to exclude files in the InCtrl5 tool, so you will need to look...
  • aaron's weblog

    From Zero to RTM: Pricing Guidelines for Software Developers

    One of my favorite bloggers in the whole wide world, Eric Sink of Sourcegear and Vault fame, just published an article on MSDN about properly pricing your hot new software package. The Product Pricing Primer contains interesting points like product positioning...
  • VinceX.NET's WebLog

    Nice utilization of IIS 6.0 ;-)

    Linux show website powered by Windows Exhibition organiser sticks to Microsoft technology Robert Jaques, 10 Aug 2004 The website for last week's LinuxWorld 2004 in San Francisco was powered by Windows Server 2003, according to internet...
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    Wither Application Blocks?

    There's been a lot of FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) going on around the application blocks. After our TechEd presentations (where we provided a teaser, but little more), everyone was guessing about the future of the blocks. No, they are not going...
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