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  • Junfeng Zhang's Musing

    JIT Compilation and Performance - To NGen or Not to NGen?

    Jeffrey Richter is easily one of my favorite authors. His book “Programming Applications for Microsoft Windows” is still the most comprehensive Win32 programming guide book. And his book “Applied Microsoft .Net Framework programming”...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    Is that your URL or are you just happy to see me?

    Just when you thought TinyURL was cool, now you can take a look at HugeURL and decide which is better. [Via Dennis Cheung ]
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    RANT: Personal Branding

    <rant> Heather is talking about Personal branding -- I think this is particularly interesting, but I'm not a believer in the phenomenon (I mean, search Google for “Personal Branding” -- it is ridiculous). I had the “good”...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    Microsoft men and Seattle women

    This got forwarded to me by a female friend at MS -- It talks about women who exclusively date Microsoft guys.. not sure how I feel about this.. couple of issues: 1) I think these women don't exist, and if they do, these are the only ones =) 2) There...
  • Visual Studio

    Web service calls and performance

    While on the subject of performance... Have you ever wondered why the first call to a method on a Web service takes more time than subsequent calls? The first time a method on a Web service is called causes the soap client to reflect over the Web service...
  • Kris Stanton's WebLog

    Hello and welcome to my blog!

    Hello! I would just like to welcome y'all to my new blog. I am a tester on the CLR team and wanted to post things here that I learn. The people on this team are spectacularly smart, so I am always learning something new every day!
  • Visual Studio

    Performance and the .NET Compact Framework

    I was reading CJCraft's Blog today (check CJ's cool new “ Creating a desktop remote control “ article on Code Project) and stumbled across an entry that points to an interesting performance presentation by Jim Wilson , get it here: http:/...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Big or small ... We can all make a difference ...

    Not that any of our readers don’t already read Robert Scoble’s weblog … but yesterday Eric Rudder , Senior Vice President of Microsoft’s Servers and Tools Business, posted a comment in Scoble’s blog. Scoble posted an entry...
  • markda's WebLog

    To text or not to text

    I've just returned from a vacation in the UK and was surprised by the number of people using text messaging. It seemed that many people had a cell phone in their hands - either talking or typing. I was wondering why text messaging isn't as prevalent here...
  • R.Ramesh's WebLog

    Short lived and long lived Class Diagrams

    While building the Class Designer we envisioned two scenarios where a developer would create a class diagram for an existing project. In the first scenario, the diagrams are short-lived. In this case, a developer may want to gain understanding of some...
  • Buggin' My Life Away


    In a comment to my bio, Scott points out that I was destined to blog. Scott and I met at Scoble’s Geek Movie Night. This is one of the cooler things about blogging. You get to meet new, and very interesting, people like Scott and Scoble. Rick
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    WDNUG meeting.

    I told you that Jim would be there !!! So too was Mitch & Scott . I'm sorry I missed it. Hope the pizza was good!
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