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  • Blog Post: Accessing and posting on Facebook feed

    Welcome to a new episode of the Facebook integration for Windows Store App series. Christophe Nasarre, a French Premier Field Engineer is explaining how to get access to a Facebook feed and post messages and links. For your convenience, here’s the video timeline: [0:17] Demo of the...
  • Blog Post: How to find assemblies loaded in an AppDomain

    Our developer specialist from Malaysia, Jonathan Yong , is explaining how to list the assemblies loaded by a particular Web Application in IIS in this detailed blog post. Read on! When helping customer to migrate ASP.NET application, we need to identify the assemblies loaded by the application...
  • Blog Post: Accessing photos in Facebook

    Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of the Facebook integration for Windows Store App series. Christophe Nasarre, a French Premier Field Engineer is explaining how to list the photos of Facebook albums and how the paging mechanism works. The source code is available here . For your convenience...
  • Blog Post: Accessing Photo Albums in Facebook

    Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of the Facebook integration for Windows Store App series. Christophe Nasarre, a French Premier Field Engineer is explaining how to list the photo albums of a Facebook profile. He will detail the photo enumeration and the paging mechanism in the next episode...
  • Blog Post: Facebook Prerequisites for Windows Store Apps

    Welcome to a new episode of the Windows Store App Development blog! I’m Christophe Nasarre and with my Italian collegue, GianLuca Bertelli, we are starting a short series about how to access Facebook services in Windows Store Apps. Today, I’m introducing the prerequisites of a Facebook...
  • Blog Post: More Efficiently Debug the Managed Heap Using SOS 4.5

    More often than not, when we investigate the managed heap using SOS we use the all powerful !DumpHeap command. It's an incredibly useful command to get in depth detail on what currently resides on the heap. Let's look at an example of the abbreviated output from !DumpHeap -stat: MT Count TotalSize...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Governance plans and why are they important?

    Before we dive into answering this question, we have to acknowledge that technology is meant to empower our workforce to achieve more with ease! It shouldn't be a daily struggle because of underpowered resources. That said, I am sure by now you have had some exposure to SharePoint Governance Planning...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 and Parallel Watch Window

    Traditionally, debuggers have been very per thread centric. For example, a debugger most typically will assign a thread to be the current thread and any thread related debug operations you perform will be done on the selected thread. In order to work with a different thread, you need to first switch...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 and WinDbg Integration

    Microsoft has always provided two primary debugging experience: Visual Studio and Debugging Tools for Windows (a.k.a WinDbg). Each debugger provided a very different debugging experience (both from a capabilities point of view as well as usability). WinDbg was most commonly used when you had the need...
  • Blog Post: The Non Blocking Monitor Wait

      One of key things we are taught about lock constructs in general is that a thread will wait indefinitely on a lock to become available before being allowed to continue. Is that always true? Not quite. Let’s take a look at a simple piece of code: private void webBrowser1_Navigating(object sender...
  • Blog Post: Implementing MDX Drillthrough in SSRS

    Let’s say for some reason your users want to implement MDX DRILLTHROUGH statement (equivalent to the cube action provided by most OLAP browsers) in SSRS. Here’s a step-by-step way to implement this. For the purposes of this walkthrough, we are using the ...read more
  • Blog Post: T-SQL Anti-pattern of the day: 'all-in-one' queries

    Scenario A common requirement for enquiry queries on an OLTP database is to have search criteria which are very specific ('get me details for for OrderID = NNNN') and also the occasional reports which ask for all the orders ('get me all the orders ...read more
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