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  • frankgo's WebLog

    MWA was a ton of fun

    Wow, the three weeks leading up to MWA were incredibly busy and full of last minute details (and I logged over 10K air miles), issues and concerns, it was fun to see how well our first tablet and mobile pc application development focused conference went...
  • TS Tidbits

    Filter Update for Exchange Intelligent Message Filter

    This update to the Intelligent Message Filter SmartScreen™ filter contains updated spam characteristics that improve the ability of Intelligent Message Filter to block unsolicited commercial e-mail messages, also known as spam. You must have Intelligent...
  • Gianpaolo's blog

    Of course 64 bit is inevitable.

    Volker posted that 64bit is inevitable. A few people commented that they weren't so sure... I for one am 100% convinced that Volker is right, I will be running 64bit (as soon as there will be a 64bit Tablet around) In the 80’s I was very happy with a...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    Hacking : Fight Back ==> How A Criminal Might Infiltrate Your Network

    One of the great mysteries in security management is the modus operandi of criminal hackers . If you don't know how they can attack you, how can you protect yourself from them? Prepare to be enlightened. This article is not intended to show you how to...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    Liste des documents ISA 2004 traduits en FR

    Bonjour, je vais essayer de maintenir une liste des documents Microsoft sur ISA Server 2004 traduits en français . Cette liste est disponible sur Si vous connaissez d'autres documents, n'hésitez pas à...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    NYTimes on WikiNews

    The New York Times , whose login-to-read model drives me to distraction, posted a thought-provoking article by Aaron Weiss , a member of the Unassociated Press , about WikiNews on February 10, 2005. (Also see the latest WikiNews headlines .) A few excerpts...
  • Visual Studio Data

    VS Data is one team (by yag)

    John Koziol - one of the testers on my team - posted an entry in which he began to discuss some of the things he's learning as he dives in VB.NET. We've gotten a number of responses - which are of two forms: You're just trying to force VB on us Fox folks...
  • Slava Oks's WebLog

    SQLOS's memory manager and SQL Server's Buffer Pool

    SQLOS's memory manager consists of several components such as memory nodes, memory clerks, memory caches, and memory objects. Fig 1. depicts memory manager components and their relationship: ---------------- | Memory Object | ---------------- | | V -...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Larry gets taken to task on concurrency

    In yesterdays blog post , I was taken to task, first by Bob Frankston , and then by Raymond Chen about comments I made, and I want to talk a bit about their comments. Here's the relevant sections: From Bob Frankston (yeah, the Bob Frankston, I'm honored...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    New DotNetNuke Book on Amazon co-written by aussie author

    Scott McCulloch has left me a note letting me know that there is a new book on DotNetNuke called Professional DotNetNuke 3.0 coming out which he has co-written, along with Shaun Walker, Patrick Santry, Joe Brinkman, Scott Willhite, Dan Caron &...
  • Rakesh's Blog

    Exporting Diagrams

    The user can create multiple class diagrams using the Class Designer. Every class diagram could be explaining a part of your code base. There are diagrams in design docs that provide a better explanation for the design. Also diagrams are a big plus in...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    My Picks for TechEd 2005

    The list of TechEd sessions for 2005 is now up ! If you register now, you get a $300 discount Choosing sessions was *absolutely* brutal . That being said, there's still a lot of content that C# developers would be interested in. Here are my picks for...
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