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  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Dave Ross has a weblog!

    My favorite talk radio host has a ‘blog! Now I need to convince him to add an RSS feed.
  • Aaron Marten

    Creating Packages with VSIP Extras (Part 2)

    Continuing from last time ... Most of the interesting stuff in the wizard generated package is in the VsPkg.cs file. You may notice that it contains a class that inherits from the Package class (more on this later) and has several attributes associated...
  • Yves Dolce

    'Whidbey's Secure CRT'

    Check . The part I personally find most interesting is the standardization effort !
  • David Hill's WebLog

    Tune in to Channel 9

    If you have a spare couple of minutes, check out Channel 9 - the latest community experiment from MSDN. It has forums, videos, WiKi and a whole host of dodgy looking characters, including our very own Pat Helland . Check out Pat's video where he talks...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    Trojan horse on the Mac

    Intego has a press release on a Mac Trojan Horse here . It seems they are trying frighten people into getting their product and it's likely not a real threat. The details are sketchy though. Whether or not this issue is real, I do think Mac OS X is as...
  • John Lawrence (MSFT)

    Upcoming webcast on using Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) with Microsoft Speech Server 2004

    This should be a very interesting webcast. There isn't currently any detailed coverage of CTI support in the Speech Application SDK documentation so to have some samples which show how it's done will be extremely valuable to anyone wanting to integrate...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    More Exchange stuff posted

    KC just told me that she posted one of my Exchange articles, this one about Bedlam DL3 . Enjoy!
  • .NET Security Blog

    Whidbey's Secure CRT

    One of the features that the Whidbey release of Visual C++ is going to bring is the new Secure CRT. The C++ library team has put a lot of work into creating safe alternatives to the old C runtime library functions that seem to always be behind security...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    MDC Wrap Up

    Peter Foot was at MDC on behalf of Pocket PC / Smartphone Thoughts and posted his coverage of the conference a few days ago and summarizes many of the interesting things discussed at the event. So if you missed the event or have a bad memory like me,...
  • Brad Abrams

    Mutable reference types should not be read-only fields

    On the internal FxCop support alias someone asked about the background on the rule that mutable reference types should not be read-only fields… One of the more astute members of the alias was able to quote chapter and verse of the Design Guidelines...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    ASP.NET Exposed Extension

    Ok -- the registration is now live for the extension cities at the only city we are waiting on is Washington DC -- should be securing the venue today and have the reg link live by Friday. If it is coming to your town, be...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Office Developer Center and the MVP Summit

    So, the MVP Summit has come and gone. What a great experience. I hope they had as much fun as I did. During one of the sessions, those of us tasked with providing programmability documentation for Office developers peppered the MVPs with tons of questions...
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