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  • The Old New Thing

    ia64 - misdeclaring near and far data

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    As I mentioned yesterday, the ia64 is a very demanding architecture. Today I'll discuss another way that lying to the compiler will come back and bite you. The ia64 does not have an absolute addressing mode. Instead, you access your global variables...
  • Omar Shahine's WebLog

    Tasks

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    Tasks are such a second class citizen in many PIMs. Both Outlook, and Entourage (who's initial PIM model was heavily borrowed from Outlook) don't have a task feature that is compelling enough for me to use them. To make matters worse, we've been pimping...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    SharePoint links added to right nav

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    I've mucked with my style-sheet, and added two sets of SharePoint links to the right nav (Microsoft and non-Microsoft). If you know of good sites for SharePoint information, feel free to leave a comment here or send me email. I will also be adding a set...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Mail Enabling SharePoint Document Libraries

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    If you're a SharePoint fan, you probably already know about MSD2D.com . They have a new article by Eric Stepek on Mail Enabling SharePoint Document Libraries : One of the many new features included with SharePoint Portal Server 2003 are mail-enabled document...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    What I didn't learn about Testing Today and Won't Learn Tomorrow

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    One of my 7 hours of meetings today was what's called a “Testing Symposium”. I was leading a discussion on test scheduling hoping to get some more valuable feedback on my post as well as hearing some other perspectives from around Microsoft...
  • Brad Abrams

    A Measure of Success..

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    I took a little pride in managed code and the .NET Framework generally today when I popular consultant told me he turned down a big project in the bay area because the client wanted only un managed code… How 20 th century of them ;-). Heard any...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    One of Those Weeks

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    Including today I currently have three hours free (without meetings) this week.
  • Santomania

    First day at Microsoft

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    Well, today was my first day as an MS employee :) My email address is addys@microsoft.com if anyone wants to know. Today was spent mostly on my NEO (New Employee Orientation) and getting set up with hardware, network access, etc. My thoughts so far: ...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Webjet launched new service - powered by .net

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    Webjet , an Australian online travel reseller, has launched their new ASP.NET powered site. Good to see some news coverage about the event. Webjet casts travel .NET wider Fleur Doidge Melbourne online travel reseller Webjet has launched a $3.6 million...
  • Brad Abrams

    More of the most used APIs defined in the BCL?

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    Great comments from my last post... Here is my interpretations, comments\disagreements welcome ;-) 1,System.Type.GetTypeFromHandle(System.RuntimeTypeHandle handle),15399 As was mentioned in my comments, this is from the C# keyword “typeof”...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Microsoft takes on teen - Domain name dispute

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    I think this is really funny. MIKE Rowe thinks it is funny that his catchy name for a Web site design company sounds a lot like microsoft . The software giant, however, is not amused. "Since my name is Mike Rowe, I thought it would be funny to add...
  • Okoboji: a lake, a mythical university, Kevin Moore's blog

    Master the Skills of Influence and Persuasion

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    An article I'd never expect to find on a Microsoft site, but I guess it's just more proof we're a big company. Master the Skills of Influence and Persuasion The overview: How do top salesmen and leaders persuade others to act and motivate people...
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