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  • Matt Powell

    SOAP Toolkit Support Extended

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    In case you missed the news, Microsoft SOAP Toolkit support has been extended past the originally posted July 1, 2004 date. Full support will end in April 2005 and extended support will last until April 2008 which coincides with the support of Visual...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    This and That

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    My wife and I seem to have both come down with some sort of virus so I'm officially going to call today a sick day. I haven't read anything yet that said we've lost that benifit. :-) So, its a good time to catch up and blog some things I wanted to comment...
  • .NET Security Blog

    What's the Deal with the ECMA Key?

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    The libraries laid out in the ECMA spec are all signed with a public key that looks pretty strange. If you ildasm mscorlib.dll, System.dll, or any of the other framework libraries that are defined in the ECMA specs (see partition IV: Library if you're...
  • Bug Babble

    A few Great Books

    • 114 Comments
    I lent out a couple of books today. For nonfiction books I measure how good they are by how many times I tell my wife about some snippet in the book. For great books, Shai can't read them, because I've basically narrated the entire book to her. I lent...
  • Powertoys WebLog

    ReSharper: C# Refactoring and More Tool

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    Even when Whidbey gives you refactoring you'll probably still want some of the other features that Resharper provides. Check it out. Josh [Via Paschal L ] When the Java world come to the .Net world, they produce something superb as Reshaper....
  • Software Test Engineering @ Microsoft

    I Love .Net

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    Wow, that's a ridiculous title. I sound like I drank the kool-aide. I guess I have, but I should give some background. Like many test coders, I'm not interested in writing robust applications. That's one of the main reasons I'm a tester. Yeah, I have...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    Studying Technology with Technology

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    Lora's posting on how the Chimpanzee days may be limited, makes a very interesting point about the use of Tablet PCs: People studying animals in the field are actually prime candidates for Tablet PCs. Depending on what type of survey they are doing...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Strangely Compelling

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    I'm thinking of setting up a new category named “Strangely Compelling”. I came across a link from the Journal of Improbable Research (also home for the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists ( LFHCfS )), which led me to the following...
  • Omar Shahine

    SMS Outlook Integration for Smartphone

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    "Jeyo Mobile Extender for Outlook adds mobile SMS messaging capabilities to your Outlook application by connecting your Outlook with a Windows Mobile Smartphone or Pocket PC Phone Edition device. It allows you to exchange text messages with other mobile...
  • Bug Babble

    A few Great Books

    • 4 Comments
    I lent out a couple of books today. For nonfiction books I measure how good they are by how many times I tell my wife about some snippet in the book. For great books, Shai can't read them, because I've basically narrated the entire book to her. I lent...
  • Dave Pae's SharePoint Server WebLog

    SharePoint Resource Kit Chapters on Technet

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    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sppt/reskit/default.mspx
  • Visual Studio Profiler Team Blog

    What are Exclusive and Inclusive?!

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    I wanted to address our most frequently asked question here. In the profiler reports we always report both an exclusive and inclusive statistic for each function. For instance, in sampling mode, each function in the function list reports “Exclusive...
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