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  • oliverlu's WebLog


    今天看到了别人推荐的一篇文章: It’s Not Dangerous 人家其实是讲了写 blog 对你职业生涯的几点好处。说实话,觉得这个作者想得很远。他讲的 10 点理由中,让我觉得有些共鸣的,也就是拿 oliverlu 去 Google 一下,看到这个站点列在第一位,满足一下小小的虚荣心而已。可是,那也毕竟只是我的英文名字。 其实当时创建这个 Blog 站点也是一时兴趣...
  • simon.says

    "Getting Things Done" (a.k.a. a DVR for Life!)

    As Harry mentioned , about a month ago our group was fortunate to attend a presentation by David Allen , the author and creator of "Getting Things Done" . I was a little skeptical as I consider myself not too bad in the "getting things done" area - and...
  • Omar Shahine

    Vonage ClickToCall API

    This is pretty neat. I wish Vonage had a web API, but they do not. However, they do have a HTTP GET and POST based API for initiating a phone call from your Vonage phone. Simply create a custom URL for your account:
  • Engine Watch

    Q & A: what to do with third party tables in master db

    Q: > "Niles" < > wrote in message > ... >>A couple of vendor installations of systems installed additional tables >> within the master database...
  • notes and rants

    Now Tasting…

    I think everyone has seen blog postings that have a little “what am I listening to?” p.s. statement.  Although I’m sure someone somewhere would be interested in my love of gangster folk, I thought it would be more interesting to tell you what I’m drinking...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Get a good laugh on how people viewed blogging three years ago

    I'm posting this again as for some reason my last two posts dissappeared from Anyway, I found this article posted to a Internal Microsoft disribution list and got a good laugh out of it. It shows how much viewpoints on blogging has changed...
  • Beat Schwegler's 2 Cents

    Link to the XSD Object Generator download site

    For all who attended my Web Services Competency Workshop in Madrid : Here’s a link to the XSDObjectGen.exe tool.
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    MSDN Webcasts in China

    Check out what the MDSN Webcasts team in China is up to. It was offically launched in August 2004 by Microsoft - China. Hats off to Christina Yue Wang for driving this program.
  • notes and rants

    Don’t Live With Broken Windows

    Pragmatic programming says “Don’t Live with Broken Windows”.  The hopefully non-copyright infringement summary of this idea is that if a broken window in a building is left un-repaired for too long of a time, that it leads toward more breakdowns in the...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Quiz about Object.Equals()

    I posted a quiz about C# equality here . It focused on equality via operator== and had questions like “what does this evaluate to: ((float) (int) x == (int) (float) x)”. The key takeaway from the quiz was that after you account for reference vs. value...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Microsoft Shared Source Blog

    Jason Matusow director of shared source at Microsoft is now blogging – The whole discussion around shared vs open source is pretty interesting, I listened to a discussion of open vs shared source given by Jason on a flight to SFO last week (here’s...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Your added value in an embedded system is...

    There’s been a major shift away from home grown operating systems in the last 10 years, approximately 50% of embedded devices were built from home grown operating systems, now the figure is closer to 10% – the reason is obvious, developers don’t want...
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