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  • Ed Draper

    Two great posts in a week for all the Microsoft haters out there...

    First, there was John Topley's post earlier in the week. I particularly enjoyed it as it was from a third party, disassociated with Microsoft and from a declared platform neutral guy. Then today, I read Chris Pratley's excellent post on Word. While Chris...
  • Sara Williams' blog

    New search for MSDN

    No, it isn't Google, but we have updated search on MSDN (and the rest of MSCOM ). Improvements include: Stronger weighting for titles and keywords: this means that if you search for CreateWindow, the api reference for CreateWindow shows up first...
  • .NET Banana

    May/June Security Briefings

    We have a series of security briefings coming up in May/June. This will all be taught by noted local author Andrew Duthie . The venues are: May 11 - Cumberland, MD May 12 - Martinsburg, WV May 13 - Bethesda, MD May 18 - Richmond, VA ...
  • Stephen Cohen's thoughts on Enterprise Architecture

    What is enterprise governance anyway?

    I have mentioned in prior blogs my belief that an enterprise architecture is comprised of 3 intertwined components; standards, governance, and a repository of binaries. I will address standards and binaries later. For now, I will focus on the...
  • Tim Sneath

    What's New in ADO.NET 2.0?

    Amidst all the hype around Whidbey and Yukon, one area that's been perhaps neglected is the fairly significant changes that have been made to ADO.NET. Having spent a fair amount of time working with customers on data-driven applications, there are a number...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Writing Managed Code With VC++ 2005

    There's been a few articles around lately on the new syntax for Managed C++ that's in VC++ 2005. MSDN had an article in the May magazine by Stephen Toub, Write Faster Code with the Modern Language Features of Visual C++ 2005 , which focuses on many new...
  • Johnwe's System Center Blog

    Web Part Catalog

    Can't beleive I left this out of my original links post. Enjoy!
  • .NET Banana

    ASP.NET 2.0: Richmond, VA, Thursday, May 20th

    I'll be doing my ASP.NET 2.0 presentation at Richmond .NET on Thursday, May 20th. (That day is also my mother's birthday.) There's more information on ASP.NET 2.0 here . As always, this meeting will be at Fahrenheit Technology in Innsbrook at 6...
  • Beat Schwegler's 2 Cents

    .NET CodeDOM Demystified - the Agenda

    For everybody interested in attending my live MSDN Webcast tomorrow, here is the agenda: CodeDOM Introduction Assembly compilation Source code generation Source code parsing Advanced concepts Template based source code generation...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    The Fundamentals: #3 Instrumentation and Probing

    Today, instrumentation and probing of applications is difficult. Once an application is running, the ability to probe the runtime state of the appliction is hard. When administrators and developers are trying to troubleshoot why a given application is...
  • shawn's blog

    Extending OneNote

    This is cool - the OneNote extensibility folks are jumpin' into the pool...
  • Cameron Beccario

    Life in Japan

    (Next post will be about VB, honest! :) So far I've had 15 days of Japanese language class. I try really hard to refrain from using English when in the building, but sometimes it's necessary. There's only so far a conversation can go when the participants...
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