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  • adamga's WebLog

    Exception Management Application Block

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    so, I'm sitting here finishing up a custom publisher for the Exception Management App Block ( http://www.microsoft.com/patterns ) for an Ineta article, and thinking to myself, how can you write a cool example for this, without introducing possible additional...
  • This is my old blog

    Windows CE .NET Interprocess Communication

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    By Avi Kcholi - The Israeli Embedded User Group Manager: Abstract Windows CE .NET provides a rich set of synchronization objects; however, interprocess communications (IPC) or interthread communications (referred to collectively as intertask...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Content Survey

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    I am interested in feedback on what topics you are interested in seeing on this site and on future MSDN public events for developers. Please leave comments under this post. Thanks in advance. David Waddleton Microsoft
  • aWorkBlogByGus

    Migrated some entries from the old blog...

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    I've moved over a few of the recent entries I made on the old blog as I plan on posting follow-ups to them at some point. Three of them I added as articles: Testing the C# Compiler #1 Testing the C# Compiler #2 Inline Warning Control I...
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    Microsoft's marketing

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    Dylan Greene on Windows 2003 Server : " I'm sure there's a bunch of other features we could be taking advantage of, but as usual it seems that Microsoft's marketing department would rather keep them a secret." Which reminds me of a comment a colleague...
  • aWorkBlogByGus

    Stochastic (aka Random) Testing

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    Paul Dietz commented on one of my posts about testing the compiler asking whether we do any "random testing" of the compiler. I also really appreciate the links he included to a couple of very interesting papers on the same subject. The first article...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    Compound Document processing with BizTalk

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    Jan Tielen has a nice example about how to use Envelope and Document schemas to process a file that contains multiple items that you want to process individually, such as a file of batched invoices. His example is a file with multiple Customer records...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Using your laptop as a second screen

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    Advertisers, Wall Street traders, and anyone who's ever fought for a share of the Windows desktop knows that the most important real estate on the planet is the screen you're looking at right now. And like all real estate, while some is good, more is...
  • when setup isn't just xcopy

    Just for the record, I don't work on Whitehorse.

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    Just a short shout out to Scoble noting that I do not work on the Whitehorse team, I work for Windows....
  • aWorkBlogByGus

    Inline Warning Control

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    There has been plenty of talk on four of the bigger new features in the C# compiler/language: generics, anonymous methods, iterators, and partial types. There are however several other new features that could use some love as well. One of them is ...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    HARBAR.NET/MCMS

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    I added a link to the side panel to a great site for MCMS information. Harbar.net/mcms . Someday, when I grow up and get a real website, and not just a borrowed blog site, I'd hope to have a site like this one. Well, I might choose different colors.....
  • aWorkBlogByGus

    Testing the C# Compiler #2

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    Lots of questions were sent my way after the last post about testing the compiler. A lot of them can be answered by providing some example tests that show some real code and demonstrate how a test works in our world. So that's what I'll attempt to do...
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