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  • Jon Gallant's Blog

    VSS Cloaking

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  • Jonathan Hardwick

    The problem with MaxiVista…

    …is that once you've used it you can never go back. For those who missed my earlier review, MaxiVista is a networked virtual display driver that lets you extend your Windows desktop onto the screen of a second computer. What this means is that every...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Replicating OnSuccess and OnFailure in MSBuild

    As you may have read in an earlier post , I'm currently helping a customer migrate their project from Visual Studio .NET 2003 to Visual Studio 2005. Our current build script uses NAnt , and we're in the process of converting it to MSBuild . Since we're...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    64-bit Webcast Week

    Microsoft will run a series of 64-bit webcasts on MSDN. This 64-bit Webcast Week is scheduled for the first week of November. I guess we have covered everything around 64-bit Windows development and deployment. The official announcement on Microsoft websites...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    New William Shatner Album: Has Been

    Hilarious! read that right...William Shatner has an album. Why didn't I know about this? I think William Shatner is a genius. He continually reinvents himself, and he isn't afraid to make fun of his career. I was at Best Buy today, and obviously...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Summary of Brian Groth's Management Tips

    I don't claim to be the worlds best or most experienced manager at Microsoft, but I do try to share what I have learned so others can have a positive and productive work environment. So what have I explained so far? Here is the list of Management Tips...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-07

    Lock 'em Up Adam Singer , one of the newest Team System bloggers, dives right into a great post on Team Foundation Version Control's locking mechanisms ( Locking ). After you read that, head over to Korby Parnell 's post for some additional color commentary...

    Schneier on Security

    I just found a post on Larry Osterman's blog that mentions that Bruce Schneier has a new weblog. I'll have to agree with Larry, these posts are a goldmine of security information. Schneier on Security A weblog covering security and security technology...

    ASP.NET Incident Page Updated

    The incident page detailing the reported ASP.NET vulnerability has been updated to include information about a new mitigation option for this issue. Check it out here: What You Should Know About a Reported Vulnerability in Microsoft ASP.NET This page...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    My Cat, The Radar Dish

    And he gets great satellite TV reception, too....
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    JobsBlog's Greatest Hits: Resume writing and interviewing tips

    As we seem to have many new readers lately, I thought I’d point to our categories for resume writing and interviewing advice. We’ve been getting a lot of questions on these subjects lately so these posts may help. Resume Tips Interview Tips For...
  • Feroze Daud's WebLog

    Async Programming Model - Reloaded

    This topic is about the asynchronous programming model, and how it is used when doing Networking. Introduction to Asynchronous Programming The DotNetFramework supports an asynchronous programming model that is uniform across all classes & features...
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