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  • George Nelson [MSFT]

    Adapter Whitepaper Released

    For those of you who have been or are writing adapters a new white paper, "Adapters: A Developer's Guide" is now available on GotDotNET at . This was written by Kevin Smith...
  • Brian Keller

    .NET Framework 1.0 SP3 and 1.1 SP1 Tech Preview Available for Public Download

    **Updated 8/31 with new links to the official releases, replacing the links to the technology preview +++++++++++++++++++ .NET Framework 1.0 SP3 and 1.1 SP1 Tech Preview Available for Public Download Today, Microsoft made technology preview versions of...
  • Sue Loh's blog

    I survived!

    Hooray, I survived DevCon! The kernel talk and perf talk were ready to go by Monday, and after many short nights last week and this week, my lab was ready “enough” by Wednesday morning. The handouts are missing some screenshots and a lot of...
  • Dave Massy's Blog

    Internet Explorer Documentation

    There's lots of great documentation on Internet Explorer available on MSDN. is an excellent place to start. If you have feedback we'd like to hear it. What functionality are you finding difficult to find? What topics would...
  • BizTalk Core Engine's WebLog

    New good blog out

    Be sure to check out Kevin Smith's (kevinsmi) blog which appears to have just come out. He's an ok chap, although I think he misspelled my last name on purpose (since we shared an office for a year you'd think he'd know how to spell it). Hopefully this...
  • Mark Ihimoyan's WebLog

    Interesting Article on MSMQ over HTTP

    So I was surfing the web for some technical articles recently (which BTW happens to be one of my favorite pastimes) and I ran into this article by Peter A. Bromberg. In this article he covers a sample MSMQ implementation that sends a message (MSMQ message...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    An unscientific poll

    In my "free time," I'm putting together a .NET service to do quick surveys. This means: Weekly polls! Maybe a Friday thing? Today's question: Which mobile device type do you use? [Author: Dave Stewart]
  • shawn's blog

    The Presentation Dashboard

    If you ever have to a PowerPoint presentation, you should subscribe to this feed . This one is seriously high on the signal/noise chart… Would you be willing to let go of the steering wheel of your PowerPoint vehicle for a minute, if it meant you...
  • Michael Creasy's blog

    Sneak preview of Samsung's Portable Media Center

    There's a sneak preview of Samsung's Portable Media Center over at . It's in French, but the specs seem to be 20GB hard drive, 3.5” screen for 500Euros. Pretty nice looking! You can preorder the Samsung and Creative Labs Portable...
  • joc's bLog


    Now that Beta1 is out, I'd like to draw attention to the little known new debugger feature called tracepoints. What are tracepoints you ask? Well tracepoints are a cure for a couple of things I found myself doing countless times while tracking down nasty...
  • Joe Davies

    Updates to "Using the Windows Firewall INF File in Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2" white paper published

    The " Using the Windows Firewall INF File in Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 ” white paper has been updated. Changes include the new default Netfw.inf file, the new format for specifying excepted programs and ports, and the new scope syntax...
  • WebTransports's WebLog

    HTTP will survive a nuclear winter?

    Don Box calls HTTP the cockroach of protocols . He's probably right. It'll be around forever, and seems to go everywhere .
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