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  • Michael Rys

    Wireside chats

    Last week, I had three one-on-one “wireside“ chats with Tim Anderson , Jon Udell , and Peter Coffee . They were all very interesting conversations on topics they were interested in in the area of databases and XML. Everyone had a slightly different focus...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Windows 64-bit in the Enterprise

    There are so many good arguments for using a 64-bit OS instead of a 32-bit OS. Since yesterday x64 support for Windows Professional, Standard, Enterprise and Datacenter Server is officially available. Today one of my colleagues did a presentation at WinHEC...
  • Yves Dolce

    MFC 8 (VC++ 2005) and Windows Forms

    I know that some of you have managed to use some Windows Forms forms in your MFC applications via ActiveX Control hosting or just plain Win32 calls and hosting the CLR manually. I’m sure you are suffering the accelerator/tab navigation issues, among others...
  • Direct Reports

    Unknown Country

    There is an oversight in the documentation of the new client print functionality of Reporting Services Service Pack 2 . SP2 has a new behavior that extracts the page size and margin information at report publishing time so that it can be used by the print...
  • Yves Dolce

    A house that has sunlight in every single room

    I whish I would have something like this: .
  • Betsy Aoki's WebLog

    The Unsayable Said, Part II

    This post is not actually about the symposium, though it is written while still at it (I'm overhearing a birds of a feather about what is identity and culture in the online space). This post riffs off Chris Sells' recent post about Robert Scoble. I...
  • IEBlog

    IE7 Transparent PNG Implementation

    My name is Sam Fortiner and I’m a developer on the Internet Explorer team here at Microsoft. I joined the company about a year ago when I was given the opportunity to work on IE. Since then I’ve worked on several aspects of IE and recently settled down...
  • One Louder

    Slow blogging week...what gives?

    Not for lack of topics, I'm behind on blogging....making a bad impression with those Fast Company readers. Lots of meetings the last few reviews, training, softball practice. And the weather has been amazing and I rarely blog outside of...
  • IPsec and Domain Isolation

    The Value of Domain Isolation (Part 2)

    ====================== DISCLAIMER ==================== This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. ==================================================== Simplicity Rather than using a dozen different tools, maintaining...
  • Scott Beaudreau's Weblog

    Developing an DebuggerVisualizer for Images

    Visual Studio 2005 allows you to extend your debugger's visualization capabilities by creating a new DebuggerVisualizer class. This class simply registers itself with an appropriate assembly-level attribute, and when it is invoked by the debugger, it displays a custom form, control, or dialog that can render the passed type. It must be installed in a specific subfolder at either the user or the machine level. It's simple enough that you can build one in 5 minutes....
  • Visual Studio Data

    My ISV Buddy has a blog!

    James Proud, my ISV buddy, has a blog. Most of our dialog is over IM. Recently, after the Whidbey Beta2 launch, he and I chatted about Whidbey. Check it out! ;-)
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Internet Boom v.2.0 Has Just Begun

    The second Internet boom has just begun, according to Mary Meeker, Morgan Stantley's MD : "Meeker has observed patterns emerge over a decade that are critical to the Internet's success as a commercial proposition. In terms of company creation, she...
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