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  • frankgo's WebLog

    MWA was a ton of fun

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    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

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    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.

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    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

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    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

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    Bonjour, je vais essayer de maintenir une liste des documents Microsoft sur ISA Server 2004 traduits en français . Cette liste est disponible sur http://blogs.msdn.com/squasta/articles/370956.aspx Si vous connaissez d'autres documents, n'hésitez pas à...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    NYTimes on WikiNews

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    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)

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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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