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  • Glen's old blog

    MSDN Events: August/September

    Well, I just got final confirmation on my MSDN Events schedule. I've listed them below. Hope to see you at one. 8/10 Richmond, VA 8/12 Raleigh, NC 8/17 Greensboro, NC 8/19 Charlotte, NC 8/31 Greenville, SC 9/2 Atlanta
  • Visual Studio Profiler Team Blog

    What is the difference between Elapsed and Application Time?!

    This is the second in my series of posts on what the heck all these numbers mean in the profiler. In instrumentation mode, we give 4 varieties of statistics for each function in the reports: - Elapsed Inclusive - Elapsed Exclusive - Application...
  • Powertoys WebLog

    PagePorter Professional 1.0 to Ease Frontpage <-> Visual Studio Migration

    Honestly, I haven't been able to try this one out since there is a restriction on the install if you have VS 2005 on the machine, but it looked to cool not to post it. Robert E. Weatherford left the following comment to the powertoys blog that describes...
  • Andrew Ma's WebLog

    Instant Messengers

    It's pretty amazing to see how instant messengers have entered a lot of people's lives. Personally, I use it pretty heavily to communicate with people (esp internationally). I was having lunch with someone today and I mentioned how I think it's been so...
  • Arpan Shah's Blog

    Manipulating URLs with ISAPI Filter

    If you're looking to manipulate URLs with an ISAPI filter, check out
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Weird rollback behavior I saw in Windows Installer yesterday

    I saw a very odd rollback behavior in the .NET Framework setup yesterday that I thought I should post in case anyone else runs into something similar. This was the 2nd time I saw it, but the first time in a scenario from a non-Microsoft internal machine...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Technological irony

    What do the following sites have in common?    -  -  -   They're all running on Windows Server 2003:
  • Sushil's WebLog

    Typed XML in ADO.Net v2.0

    In the earlier sections, we have been looking at Untyped XML which are different from Typed XML. Typed XML data type is an XML defined with an associated xml schema in Sql Server 2005. You may ask if there is anything different on how Typed XML are exposed...
  • Erik Dibbern Röser

    Væsentlige ændringer for .NET Framework fra 1.1 til 2.0

    Er du i tvivl om hvad det kan betyde at flytte en applikation fra .NET Framework 1.1 til 2.0 (beta 1), så tag et smut forbi GotDotNet og kig på denne artikel . Der er også et .zip download med statisk xml / html der viser hvilke APIer der er obsolete...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    CIO Jury: Corporates get blogging bug

    From . "While the phenomenon of web logs – or blogging – as it's more commonly known, has largely been confined to internet-savvy enthusiasts, IT business leaders are starting to wake up to its business potential. A blogging...
  • Dr. HardwareBlog

    Memory Management Confusion (a.k.a. What The Heck is PAE?)

    Ok I want to get this one out of the way, since I end up answering these questions far too often…why there is no FAQ on this is beyond me. PSE, PAE, and AWE. People seem to understand that they all allow you to address more than 4GB of RAM on a...
  • Yves Dolce

    PREfast in Visual Studio.NET 2005 Team System

    “ Prefast is a static analysis tool that provides information to developers about possible defects in their C/C++ source code. Common coding errors reported by Prefast include buffer overrun, un-initialized memory, null pointer dereference, memory...
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