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  • Matt Powell

    WS-Addressing EndpointReferences

    As part of my new emphasis , I would like to point out what I would consider the most significant blog post on Web services that I have seen this month. Check out Hervey's post on WS-Addressing EndpointReferences .
  • Matt Powell

    Blog Variations

    You should be seeing some changes in my blog in the coming weeks (okay, maybe not over the holidays but next week and in January). There is a reason for this and it is here . Notice that on the Visual C# developer center, there is a section called "Duncan...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Here there be tigers - operator overloading and conversions

    I came across a discussion in the last few days that I thought I would share with you. It concerns the following code: class Utility { public void Process(object o); public void Process(string s); } and then a call to Process that passed in a string...
  • Stan Lippman's BLog

    Declaring Indexed Properties

    What’s Different in the Revised Language Definition? Declaring Indexed Properties     In an earlier entry on operator overloading, I showed the following construction, in which the x-coordinate of a managed...
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    Largest prime number discovered!

    • 1 Comments Apparently my PM here, Mike , had his computer participating in the great Mersenne prime search at some point too! Fun stuff.
  • Brad Abrams

    .NET Show from the PDC

    Great timing… They just posted the .NET Show from the PDC the same day I am going to a postmortem on the PDC planning process. Watching it this morning brought back the memories of the buzz of the PDC. Totally worth taking a look if you went to...
  • I Love that New Syntax Smell

    C++/CLI operators

    A bit of background. You may recall CLI operators in Managed Extensions: op_Equality, op_Addition, ... so on and so forth. To be sure, not the friendliest set of operators ever, as you had to remember what their names were in order to overload them. ...
  • [MSFT]

    Division of labor

    Changing jobs and learning new roles has taken more of my time than I expected, hence my absence from the world of blogging. But as promised here is the next section in my "Software Engineering - the MS way" posts. One of the most overlooked...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Lost our lease - Everything must go!

    As part of a consolidation move, my blog is migrating to  ( RSS ). The new blog is up and running, so I'm going to start posting there instead of here. The existing content will get migrated over at the end of the...
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    Microsoft bets big on Web services

    "Microsoft is certainly the company that grasped onto the concept of Web services first," says Thomas Murphy, a senior program director at Stamford, Conn.-based Meta Group. "And now they're taking it into the operating system."
  • Man vs Code

    ObjectSpaces in an SOA world

    There have been several internal email threads here at Microsoft about how ObjectSpaces will fit into the world of SOA. Below I have included my internal reply to one such post on the subject. Note - my reply is not intended to be a manifesto on the subject...
  • The Old New Thing

    Why are structure sizes checked strictly?

    Because we tried it the other way; it didn't work....
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