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  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Application Security Best Practices at Microsoft

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    Microsoft has published another paper from the IT group describing some of their best practices and experiences. The download page links to a paper and a PowerPoint presentation. From the Lessons Learned section of the paper: Microsoft IT's effort...
  • Paul Andrew

    Microsoft New Zealand Security Summit

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    There's going to be lots of .NET developer content at this 1 day free security summit at the end of April. Coming to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. This will also be the New Zealand launch of MSDN Connection, Microsoft's new peer based recognition...
  • Paul Andrew

    An hour a day saved

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    I've just started using Lookout and I swear I'm saving about an hour a day by not having to search for emails and files any more. It's life changing you gotta try it too. Now I see a name on a mailing list or somewhere that seems familiar, I can just...
  • RunOfTheMillBlog

    Making Services Idempotent - Part II

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  • RunOfTheMillBlog

    Making Services Idempotent - II

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    This post covers the scenarios where you are building web-service gateway over legacy applications. In my previous post we covered the basic implementation for making services idempotent. We talked about the notion of persistent log that keeps track of...
  • simon.says

    Pat is blogging

    If you haven't heard from Harry's blog , Pat Helland (a colleague in my team) is now blogging ! Way to go Pat! (..and way to go Harry for finally convincing Pat to start!). Sorry to hear about that coach seat from Sydney...
  • simon.says

    Long time, no blog...

    Yes, I admit it: It's been a long time since I blogged. Part of the reason for this has been the creation of a new interoperability set of materials that I've been working 24/7 on - the other part of the reason has to do with travel. What I have been...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Visual Studio 2005 = "Whidbey"

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    I'm probably the last person to blog about this, but in case you didn't know, Whidbey will officially be Visual Studio 2005. Date Slip I wanted to take a second to respond to Frans Bouma and other bloggers who are “hooked“ on Whidbey and...
  • aWorkBlogByGus

    RightSideUp - Automatically rotates images based on EXIF data

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    Update (1/3/06): Find the latest info on RightSideUp on my main blog from now on. A .NET application that automatically rotates images in a folder using EXIF data stored in the image by some cameras. There's no longer a need to go through each image...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Tablet PC + ArtRage + Cross Pen = happiness for dummies

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    I think the Tablet PC is one of those things that people often don't "get" until they actually use one. So this post probably has two audiences - my fellow drooling gadget freaks who didn't order a laptop at work until they could get a Tablet PC, and...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Catching up

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    So much to do, so little time... I was in Miami last weekend for the Winter Music Conference ...lots of fun, beautiful weather, and of course great music. Deep Dish had a great set at Club Space and me and the Mrs. danced from midnight until 8am in...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Team Chat on Unit Testing coming up next Thursday (3/18)

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    A few team members have blogged about this already, but here I go again... Unit testing is a method of testing individual software components. Each function in every class is tested to make sure it does its job correctly, with the hope that if everything...
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