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  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Every programmer should know assembly language - part two

    Jeremy Kelly pointed me to this post that he made about a debugging session that the Exchange escalation guys did that discovered a rootkit running on a customers machine. It is an awesome detective job, and it’s a great example of exactly why ...
  • Jeff Papiez - SQL Server Test Developer

    Databound List Boxes

    This one had me stumped for a little while until I was kicked in the right direction. The Problem You have two tables, Address and State. Address contains an attribute StateId, which is a primary key in the State table. You create a GridView to...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Running VS.NET 2005 beta 1 and BizTalk Server 2004 together

    Disclaimer #1: This was smoke-screen tested only so it will have issues. If you find them then please post them in the comments on the blog to help others. Discalimer #2: Don't do this on your main development box unless you holiday here a lot , and...
  • Yves Dolce

    More on ReleaseComObject (and why we did not implement IDisposable on the classes contained in the RCW)

    David Mortenson gave more details on an internal discussion list: The reason we didn’t implement IDisposable on RCWs is because of the risks associated with eagerly releasing RCWs. Yves blog link below describes in detail what these risks...
  • IEBlog

    Welcome to the IE Team Blog!

    The information published in this post is now out-of-date. —IEBlog Editor, 20 August 2012 We’ve heard loud and clear that many people want a better connection with the IE Team. We’re happy to do something about it. Our goal in this blog is to be...
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    New XML Tools in Visual Studio 2005

    There is a new An Introduction to the XML Tools in Visual Studio 2005 whitepaper on . For more information about XML and XML tools, visit the XML Dev Center web site on . While the XSLT editor/debugger features are only included in the...
  • Aaron Elder's WebLog


    Welcome to the wonderful world of Microsoft CRM Development. I hope to use this blog to give everyone a view into my world of developing on the Microsoft CRM Platform and within the CRM Application Framework. Disclaimer: This posting is provided "AS IS...
  • Jeff Papiez - SQL Server Test Developer

    How do we Integrate?

    Some background is probably in order. I'm a Software Tester here at Microsoft. I work in the Integration Test Team, Release Release Services, SQL Server. One of my new jobs is to look at how our products integrate. Currently I'm investigating SQL Server...
  • Visual Studio Data

    New XML Tools in Visual Studio 2005 (by Ken Levy)

    To make sure subscribers of the VS Data team blog don't miss it, I just made a detailed entry in my blog . I copied here here so those who subscribe to this blog don't miss it. The VS Data team in the Visual Studio group sponsors the XML tools being created...
  • Beat Schwegler's 2 Cents

    Services and CRUD

    If a service provides you with CRUD you can directly manipulate fields of entities or entity-views. This is as straight forward as possible, but why isn’t it always the best thing to do? Here is an analogy: The argument against CRUD is very...
  • One Louder

    Buzzword bonanza...

    Here's an article from careerbuilder on corporate buzzwords. Lots of buzzwords floating around Microsoft but I haven't heard of many of these before (who comes up with this stuff anyway?). You know how I feel about buzzwords...please don't include them...
  • Jason Hunt's WebLog

    A Brief Introduction

    Here it is, my first entry. Before I get into why I'm starting this, let me tell you a little about myself... I started out my career in the United States Army. I trained as a UAV pilot on the Hunter UAV and an intelligence analyst. While in the Army...
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