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  • Alex Lowe's .NET Blog

    Different part of the world means a different DevDays...apparently......

    I've seen a few posts in the blogosphere regarding the DevDays events that have occurred throughout the world. The one thing that is very apparent is that you are not guaranteed to see the same content or even get the same “goodie bag” from...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    The Benefits of CLR Integration in Yukon

    Here's an article posted earlier today to the SQL Server Yukon community site CLRSQL . The article provides an overview of the benefits for developers in using the CLR to develop applications targeted towards Yukon.
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Availability of the Whidbey Beta

    For once, it's not me, but ScottGu himself saying dates. via Chris Garty: The summary: The first public beta will be released in June There will be releases before the first...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    I want a new drug

    I want something to buy. Some piece of technology. I've got the money, but there is nothing out there. Nothing that gives me a buzz, like it used to. I'm not saying that I have every gadget, gizmo and thing-a-ma-bob that's available. Quite the contrary...
  • Cool Client Stuff

    How to determine if visual styles are enabled?

    [I thought I would write this piece as a response to Cory Smith 's recent posts ( here is the first post and then the followup ) on the topic] If you are a control author or simply custom painting controls in your app, you have probably felt the need...
  • Darien's Dialog..

    BizTalk Server 2004 Partner Training

    I've just completed delivering a week of training on the next major version of our integration product, BizTalk Server 2004 . As part of the products that I am responsible for in Microsoft, I've had access to early builds of BizTalk Server 2004 for some...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    The Tragedy of Thread Happiness Disease

    A JOS reader interested in developing server software asked recently Is it possible to determine the number of concurrent threads a server can support from the server's specification? Now, as I've said before , I'm no expert on...
  • Darien's Dialog..

    So it begins...

    My legacy in blog form, that is. And it's largely due to my new friend, Cameron Reilly , who I had the pleasure of meeting during a recent trip to the Cornell Theory Center in Ithaca, New York. During a lecture we both attended on MPI , I was to become...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    How Does Script Debugging Work Internally?

    Every now and then someone will ask me how the behind-the-scenes magic works that allows you to debug scripts. Darned if I know. While the rest of the script team was busy implementing the debugging interfaces, I was working on the engines...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Good discussion of code auditing

    Dana has another great blog about auditing code in open and closed environments. Along with the "many eyes" fallacy used for open source development, I'd also like to see someone with more time on their hands than me tackle the equally fallacious...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Romance in Movies

    So today is "Let's-Make-All-The-Single-People-Feel-Bad-About-Themselves Day," but I'm not about to get upset over a simple chemical imbalance (courtesy of Slashdot ). An interesting thought: People get upset about violence in film and how it supposedly...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    GetObject and LinkDemands

    A few weeks ago I posted a blog entry about a security problem we found with JScript .NET's GetObject method before the initial release of the CLR. Talking about the problem in full would take a while, and I want to get through a few blogs today, so some...
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