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  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Hacking IE Security Zones

    Warning : This entry contains information about editing the registry. Editing the registry could mess up your machine. Also , the changes described here will cause some web sites (and possibly even some local applications) to stop working correctly. That...
  • Darcy Burner's WebLog

    A tisket, a tasket, a logo in your basket?

    In my current role, I'm the Microsoft business owner for the .NET Connected logo program : Because a significant portion of my job involved providing training and information about Windows Server 2003 to ISVs , I also spend time thinking about the...
  • Omar Shahine

    Web Projects and Source Control

    Anyone who has used a Web Project with Visual Studio.NET source control and GotDotNet is probably very angry. It's just unbelievable how horrible an experience it is. A few weeks ago I converted the FlexWiki Web source to be a real Web Project. In...
  • digitalnetbizz's WebLog

    Avalon webcast ...

    Excellent Avalon/WinFX information (slides, webcasts + source code) from PDC2003 available online right now at MSDN .
  • Bug Babble

    Picking what to work on, and banging my head against a bug.

    Lately I’ve just been working on bugs. When you have quite a few bugs at the same priority level how do you pick which one to start on? I tend to go for recent bugs, then bugs that may need to go to someone else, then bugs I think will be easiest to...
  • .NET Banana

    SQL Server Reporting Services

    It's finally done. We had a launch event for SQL Server Reporting Services earlier this week. A lot of people are excited, especially because you can add it to an existing (licensed) SQL Server with no additional license fee . I've been playing around...

    Longhorn on the .NET Show

    I see there's a new .NET Show up: Latest Episode: Longhorn Overview In this episode of the .NET Show, we provide a general overview of the larger technology "pillars" of Longhorn, introducing their concepts, as well as showing some of the coding...

    PSS Mydoom Virus Alert Updated

    We're linking to the PSS guidance for the Mydoom worm from the MSDN Home Page and most of the Developer Centers . PSS has updated their page tonight with additional details about the virus and about detection. You can also check out our consumer page...
  • Brad Abrams

    Design Guidelines Update: Exception Message Guidelines

    It has become clear to me recently that we could be doing a better job with exception messages. I took these guidelines from a set that the UE team on the .NET Framework uses. Love to hear your comments, issues, and suggestions. 7.3.2 Exception Error...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Presenting at CSUN, The 2004 Technnology and Persons with Disabilities conference

    <i’m moving this post to the new karate category> Last night, I had my first karate class in about eight years.  Back in the day, I was a 1st kyu brown belt (the next rank is black) who had participated in regional and national competitions...
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    Cornell Theory Centre - Day One

    Yesterday was day one at this brief training course I'm fortunate enough to be attending at the Cornell Theory Centre (CTC). CTC is a high-performance computing and interdisciplinary research center located on the Ithaca campus of Cornell University,...
  • .NET Banana

    Calling the Mountain State

    I'm the developer community champion for West Virginia, Virginia, DC, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. I've done events in Virginia, DC, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, and I know about user groups either in or close to each of these places...
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