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  • This is my old blog

    Redmond - Field report #1

    Just got here. Everything is so green, lot's of trees, Wireless evrywhere (sort of heaven for geeks). I'm here for Envision which is an internal MS conference that deals with technmologies. There will be lot's of sessions on whidbey and longhorn and meetings...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Windows Programming Notes

    Chris Brumme discusses Finalization

    We had a rather heated internal disccusion about managed code reliability, and one of discussion is finalizer. Chris Brumme wrote a very long reply revealed the details of finalization and why it is not reliable. The great thing is, he posted it in his...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Wow, I swear it's not what it seems!

    Heh. I went to my blog just now to look for a link, and there, down the left side, are three pictures of Kevin. The SAME three pictures. I thought it must be Sprint sending multiplies copies of the picture to Textamerica, but it turns out the Textamerica...
  • Yun Jin's WebLog

    Dangerous PInvokes - string modification

    Objects in CLR are usually managed by the runtime in GC heap; user code does not have direct access to the objects. CLR's reliability and type safety heavily rely on this fact. But CLR also support InterOp features like COM InterOp, IJW and PInvoke to...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    New Videos coming real soon....

    I recorded a bunch of sessions over at the Microsoft Studios a couple of weeks ago, subjects include : * Building XML Web Services for Windows CE .NET using Native Code * Windows CE .NET configure, build, download, debug * Windows CE .NET Test...
  • Craig McMurtry's WebLog

    Application Security, Part 2

    The most important idea that has ever emerged from attempts to grapple with application security is this one. In an enterprise, there are going to be a lot of computers, a lot of applications and a lot of users, and administering the security of the enterprise...
  • atmosphere - the developer blog of Bernard Wong


    i do my best not to use cuss words so i’m going to leave it at that. the reason that i get really, really frustrated with a lot Web applications is usually because of state. all Thursday night, i wasted hours just trying to book a few hotel...
  • BenCon's WebLog

    CSS Options

    One thing I have been thinking a lot about lately has been the multitude of ways that CSS can be applied to a document. You can have inline styles, you can have style elements in your page, you can have external style sheets, you can have styles applied...
  • Stephen Cohen's thoughts on Enterprise Architecture

    On safari for the ever elusive enterprise definition

    Two skills have served me well while gathering information about an enterprise. First, the lessons it has been my pleasure to have learned from my customers and the many, many, bright practioners I have been lucky enough to work with. Second, the ability...
  • JeremyK's [MSFT] WebLog

    Sherman Set the Way-Back machine to 1981

    What was your first computer or experience with programming..? Well for me at the strapping young age of 7, my father brought home a Timex/Sinclair 1000. With a wopping 16k RAM and a 3.25mhz processor I was set on a path that lead me to where I am...
  • cbrumme's WebLog


    Hosting My prior three blogs were supposed to be on Hosting. Each time I got side tracked, first on Exceptions, then on Application Compatibility and finally on Finalization. I refuse to be side tracked this time… much. Also, I need...
  • Marco Dorantes' WebLog

    We do interiorize software concepts by practice

    Take test-driven development technique [ 1] for example, why people do not understand that it is a design technique and not a testing technique? [1] In order to understand something like this practice...
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