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  • Glen's old blog

    Can you walk a straight line?

    This is really funny. 'Nuff said.
  • Tim Sneath

    Visual Studio 2005: Two Events at Microsoft UK

    If you're interested in finding out more about Visual Studio 2005, we're running two developer events at Microsoft UK in Reading over the next month that will explore the key new features and enhancements in the next release of our developer tools. We...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Gregor Hohpe on Enterprise Integration Patterns with BizTalk Server 2004

    In case you have been living in a cave or something Gregor Hohpe is the author of this ground-breaking enterprise integration patterns book. Ok, the book is cool because it defines a framework and syntax for describing integration patterns which has been...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Why a manned space program?

    One of the questions about in the comments to my post on Apollo question asked “Why do we have a manned space program? That's a fair question, but before I answer it, there are two things I want to talk about. The first is to give credit where...
  • Bing it on

    Pesticide Paradox

    Just posted an article on the Pesticide Paradox and how Model Based Testing can help alleviate that problem. Among others things Terrarium 1.2 seems to have been released. I have been wanting to create an organism and play with Terrarium for some time...
  • Bing it on

    Pesticide Paradox

    In this article I will be attempting to explain one of the biggest (or what I feel is the biggest) drawback of traditional automation testing – the phenomenon of product code becoming more resistant to the test code and resulting in less bugs being...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Lookout and Microsoft MSN teaming up

    This arrived in my inbox this morning. All I can say is Wow! -----Original Message----- From: Lookout Support Sent: Friday, 16 July 2004 5:10 AM To: Frank Arrigo Subject: Lookout and Microsoft MSN teaming up Hi, Lookout Users, We wanted...
  • Tim Sneath

    TechEd Europe: Wrapup

    I've had a couple of weeks' silence on the blog, for which I apologise. TechEd was such a full-on experience that it took me a full week's vacation to recover! Overall, we were delighted with the success of the conference. I've browsed through the...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Milestones (not Millstones)

    In October of 1982 (22 years ago this year!), I met a young woman named Valorie Holden and fell in love with her. She has been my almost constant companion and partner ever since then; we were married in 1987, and now have two wonderful, gifted children...
  • Gilles' WebLog

    Per instance configuration for Custom Pipeline Components

    As many of you already know, your custom pipeline component can expose properties by implementing IPersitPropertyBag . You can then specify the value of these properties at design time, in Visual Studio .NET 2003 and when your component is initialized...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Eric Explains Why Generic Parameters Have Only One Letter

    A lot of people have been wondering why the CLR design guidelines (and the generic BCL classes), use only single character names for generic parameters instead of using longer more descriptive names. Eric Gunnerson has posted an explanation over on his...
  • This is my old blog

    Alik Levin is blogging

    You probably haven't heard about Alik , he is one of the most talented persons I know and is a great presenter... Subscribed.
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