June, 2004

  • JeremyK's [MSFT] WebLog

    The Effects of Message Looping

    I have seen this problem several times in the last few weeks and figured it was worth a quick blog entry. Here is what happens: A Unix host with a running daemon sends some sort of email message a User reporting on the status of processing a request....
  • JeremyK's [MSFT] WebLog

    Teaching the Skill of Reading Code

    One would think my last post related to this topic was a Oxidizing Agent in a Redux Reaction (yep, I started out as a pure science major) given the response by Larry and Eric . Hey, but thats a good thing... it gets people thinking. So a few sessions...
  • JeremyK's [MSFT] WebLog

    Using your Mailbox to Store Work-in-Progress documents

    Like most people, I work on a collection of work-in-progress documents. Over time I started loosing track of where the latest version of a particular document was left... my desktop, tabletpc, laptop, or on my home machine. Then I remembered a relatively...
  • JeremyK's [MSFT] WebLog

    Chicken and the Egg... (aka. Read vs. Writing code)

    So I have been asked to deliver training for a group of people on how to “read” source code. I guess I should frame this request a bit. With very large product such as Exchange there are millions of lines of code and no one knows everything...
  • JeremyK's [MSFT] WebLog

    Store Background Processes Part I - IS Maintenance

    Overview IS Maintenance is the term applied to a series of operations performed by the Information Store to ensure logical consistency in the databases. Generally speaking the operations ensure items no longer needed by the system are removed from...
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    Making Heads and Tails of Roles in PSS

    Ever wondered what are all the different roles are in Exchange PSS support experience? Well maybe this might help… below is a brief explanation of each of the different roles that you may encounter when engaging PSS. Technical Router This...
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    Attention all Recruiters

    I must have been pinged a dozen times since I put up my blog by recruiters looking to sway me away from one of the best companies to work for. The opportunities they offer are to “deploy” or “consult” in the deployment of Microsoft...
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