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  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    SQL ScriptSafe

    Has anyone out there used SQL ScriptSafe ? If so, did it meet your needs? Have you used similar tools ? How does it compare?
  • Srinath Vasireddy

    SCAG: Why no .PDF?

    Many have asked “Why there is no .PDF download for Smart Client Architecture and Design guide?” - The original scope was to have the PERFORMANCE CHAPTER in next version of this guide. - We received huge feedback and justification why it...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Monitoring HTTP Traffic

    Over the past week or so, I’ve had a few people ask me questions that end up relating to HTTP traffic (usually ASP.NET-related). If you’ve never actually watched the traffic between your client and the remote server, you’re missing out...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    New Articles on MSDN

    Pocket PC Services Article Summary: This article describes creating services for Windows Mobile 2003 Software for Pocket PCs and how to shape existing...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Solitude - Part XIII

    Read Parts I , II , III , IV , V , VI , VII , VIII , IX , X , XI , XII For a long while no one talked. Amana heaved with sobs. Oetho held his eyes closed and tried to concentrate, seeking a solution. He was certain there was something he was missing...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Identity Theft

    I am taking the day off in remembrance of a momentous event that occurred many years ago and has special meaning to me alone. The day had great impact on a few others too, but even as great as it was my memory of it is poor, hazy at best, and I'm starting...
  • simon.says

    Interoperability and Integration using Web Services

    More and more, I seem to be getting asked this question: 'Hey Simon, I have an existing application written in Java deployed on IBM/BEA/webMethods/Systinet version x/y/z. I'm looking to build an application using Microsoft .NET and I have a need interoperate...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Chat with the Crypto API Team

    The CAPI team that delivers the Microsoft Cryptography SDK (the unmanaged crypto API, not System.Security.Crytpography), will be having an online chat where they'll answer questions about using Crypto API. They'll also take suggestions for changes to...
  • Sue Loh's blog

    2 [Newsweek] China Changes Microsoft

    • 0 Comments China is definitely a challenge. I can't fault people for not wanting to pay a huge chunk of their income for a copy of Windows, nor do I think the company can afford to sell software at a steeply...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    Are you you're companies/teams newshound?

    At Microsoft we have a ton of internal mail aliases. Most of these are for general business purposes like being able to send a mail to a particular team of individuals, but in both the Tablet group and the Mobility group there are two aliases that we...
  • Andy Pennell's Blog

    Visual Studio Key Bindings : why do we do change them?

    Every new release of Visual Studio comes with changed key bindings. Excuse me, “better” key bindings, as the designers would have you believe. I don't buy it. I still use the VC2 key binding set, because for me F8 is Step Into. We should...
  • Man vs Code

    Dodgeball: A True underdog story - comes out tomorrow

    See here . I am wondering what the other four best picture nominees are going to be this year.
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