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  • Man vs Code

    O/R redux

    One of the big conversations that has been going on for some time in the Java world is how prescriptive container frameworks such as EJB and Spring should be. It is fairly well known, that for O/R mapping frameworks the same conversation exists since...
  • simon.says


    The following is a list of my published books: Microsoft .NET and J2EE Interoperability Toolkit Discover how to build applications that run on both the Microsoft .NET Framework and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE)—and extend your customer reach and system...
  • simon.says

    Top Ten Tips for Web Services Interoperability

    I thought it might be fun to put together a "Top Ten Tips for Web Services Interoperability" - especially between .NET and IBM WebSphere, BEA WebLogic and some of the open source toolkits. I'd love to add other people's experiences, findings and comments...
  • RichCook's WebLog

    Arcade Machine Marquee

    Here is my attempt at an arcade banner. I hoped to have used one from the internet, but my marquee area was a strange ratio. So existing marquees were badnly streched. So I made my own which is 19 x 4 1/4, with on 3 1/4 being lightable.
  • Jeremy Collins's WebLog

    Blinding yourself with science

    There’s a new laser pointer in town that’s nearly 20 times more powerful than your typical laser used for presentations and amusing your pets (thanks Slashdot for the link ). You can buy it online, no special forms or permissions needed (yet). While it...
  • Visual Studio For Devices

    'The Device Bits in December CTP are older than November CTP' - How and Why does this happen ?

    I recently responded to a customer's question with a note saying that the device bits in the December CTP are older than the November CTP. I am sure the next logical question people would have in mind would be - how and why would that happen. I'll make...
  • Brad Abrams

    A new experiment in transparency

    I love the word “experiment” – it gives you lots of latitude to try crazy ideas… Well, a few weeks ago one of the Channel9 guys, Charles Torre , came to me with an interesting idea. He had been actively following an enormous thread I started and he really...
  • oliverlu's WebLog


    感谢 Stanley B. Lippman 为我们提供了一篇非常优秀的关于 C++/CLI 的介绍: Translation Guide: Moving Your Programs from Managed Extensions for C++ to C++/CLI 尽管我的英文不是很好,有时候没有办法理解 Lippman...
  • .NET Banana

    Least Privilege Development: Tyson's Corner, VA, Tuesday, January 25th

    Andrew Duthie and Anil John are on mission to stop you from logging in as an administrator. Andrew recently blogged about ASP.NET development when you're not an admin . Good advice, especially if you ever look at the Internet. There are bad guys out to...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Free Anti-virus protection for Microsoft users from CA

    H a p p y H o l i d a y s ! For those of you who haven't already gotten enough presents, here's one that can help you stay secure...Computer Associates is offering a free one-year subscription to their eTrust EZ Armor LE product which combines their anti...
  • mikechampion's weblog

    XML's overhead will open wallets?

    There's a new article on the overhead that XML creates on networks, and what can be done about it :" Eyes, wallets wide open to XML traffic woes in 2005" This is a topic near and dear to my heart: I've been involved in long-running threads on the xml...
  • Ben Armstrong rocks!

    'What Works and What Doesn't in Microsoft Virtual PC 2004' ( ) is a great website that is maintained by Jonathan Maltz. It lists all reported operating systems that people have tried under Virtual PC. At this stage there are...
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