June, 2007

  • Justin Smith's Blog

    InfoQ Garbage Collector Presentation - Live

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    Last year I presented at a conference in Tennessee. It's hard for me to remember the topics I talked about, but I do remember giving a Garbage Collector talk. This is a talk originally written by Jeff Richter (my old mentor), and adapted for my personality...
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    Introducing The EndPoint (Channel9 Show)

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    Channel9 has attained tremendous momentum over the past few years. In my view, Channel9 is a great way for the community to see Microsoft in action and provide feedback in an umoderated way. Since my job revolves around the community and web services...
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    Inside Windows Communication Foundation Table of Contents

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    A recent commenter on this blog indicated that the TOC of Inside Windows Communication Foundation (my book) was not available online. I’m not sure why this is the case, but I’ve found that I don’t have much control over what Amazon (or other) book retailers...
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    The Black Swan

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    Nassim Nicholas Taleb is one of my favortie authors, even though I've only read two of his books: Fooled by Randomness and The Black Swan. Both offer challenges to anyone making predictions about the future (stock market behavior, corporate success or...
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    Introduction to BizTalk.NET Services

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    Background BizTalk.NET Services ( http://labs.biztalk.net ) is a nascent and experiemental project that is all about generic, secure connectivity. Many WCF customers ask us how to notify client applications that something has happened in a service. If...
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    Open Positions

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    There are a few positions open in my group. My manager (James Conard) has posted some info here . These positions are related to technologies on the near horizon, but there is sure to be quite a bit of new technologies to follow. I am a newbie to Microsoft...
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