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    Peter Huene on the Visual C++ Project Object Model

    Peter Huene discusses the Visual C++ project system in this information-packed posting: Exploring the Visual C++ Project Object Model : Properties (part I) For my first product-related post, I want to talk a little about the VC++ project system...
  • The Scripting Guys' First Blog

    How Come All the Script Center Scripts Are So Simple?

    Posted by Greg Stemp . If you read the previous post, it should be obvious that the Scripting Guide didn’t exactly get off to a flying start. Once we got rolling, however, we actually ended up getting way ahead of ourselves. How? Well, the truth...
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    RebelGeekz has a vision I like for a Home Information System

    From RebelGeekz : "I would like my ideal home to have one box in a hidden place, only one, that will be the main brain of my Home Information System. Picture it like a black cube with some green LEDs indicating the brain's temperature and some other unimportant...
  • The Old New Thing

    Sure, we do that

    The DirectX video driver interface for Windows 95 had a method that each driver exposed called something like "DoesDriverSupport(REFGUID guidCapability)" where we handed it a capability GUID and it said whether or not that feature was supported. There...
  • The Old New Thing

    Dunkin Donuts vs. Krispy Kreme

    Having grown up on the east coast, I imprinted on Dunkin Donuts . Once a month we would stop at DD on the way home and buy a shoebox of doughnuts. Toasted coconut and butternut, those were my favorites. Ironically, Dunkin Donuts is really a coffee...
  • Dariusz quatscht

    MSDN Webcast zu System.Xml

    Morgen am 12.02.04 gebe ich einen Live-Webcast zum Thema: Einführung in System.Xml. Wer mal reinschauen möchte hier der Link zur Anmeldeseite.
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    A ridiculous "security" tool

    Reading Bugtraq today I saw this message about a "vulnerability" in Windows. Apparently -- get this -- if someone has the ability to install arbitrary system software on your computer, they can replace the SLL library used by IE and log all your internet...
  • Omar Shahine

    C# Cookbook

    Just got my C# Cookbook . I've already checked out the chapter on Regular Expressions and it's pretty much exactly what I needed to figure out how to use them. You can read that sample chapter online . I've used our Microsoft Library to read lots...
  • Rico Mariani's Performance Tidbits

    Objects: Release or Recycle?

    I wish there was an easy answer to this question, but there isn’t. Well maybe there is but I don’t know it J So once again I’m writing a blog full of advice you have to take with a grain of salt. I’m starting to feel like the Charlie...
  • The Galactic Patrol

    Lots of little blog entries, or The Big List?

    James Avery recently had a discussion about the format of his blog entries . He tends to post once a day, and that post contains a list of links or comments that he has presumably accumulated throughout the day. I don’t like that format, because...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    How Trustworthy are Blogs?

    As we strive towards to enabling Trustworthy Computing I was thinking recently about how trustworthy blogs are as a new communication medium. For reasons readers can discover on their own I’ll call it “The moo Effect”...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    The XML Conspiracy

    I really shouldn't be telling you this. It will probably get me into a lot of trouble. Still, its not like a lot of people are reading this, so I might as well open up for once and tell you the straight scoop. XML was a hoax. This is real. Not many people...
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