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  • Blog Post: New Premier Developer Blog

    The PSfD blog is now managed by Premier Developer:
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Service White Paper

    While the Team Foundation Service (previously known as TFS Azure) is still in preview mode that doesn’t mean that guidance and best practices should not be addressed. I’ve created quite a few blog posts on the features and capabilities that the TFService provides as well as some components...
  • Blog Post: Premier Support for Developers Offering

    I’ve mentioned Premier Support for Developers (PSfD) before but when I saw this video I thought it bore mentioning again. While it lists the Technical Account Manager (TAM) as the point of contact as opposed to the Application Development Manager (ADM), it none the less is a good video (~9 MB)...
  • Blog Post: Intro to the ADM Role and PSfD

    It’s always refreshing when new people join an organization and this is especially true when they are passionate about the work they will be doing. That said, Laura Gonzalez is a new ADM within the PSfD business and here’s her perspective on the role. Welcome to Microsoft Laura!
  • Blog Post: Premier Services for Developers

    Team blog for Microsoft PSfD team. Look forward for announcements/technical content/updates.
  • Blog Post: MSMQ with WCF

    Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), formally named Indigo, is part of the WinFX and is designed for inter-process communication and building connected systems. For a basic grounding in this technology check this article on MSDN: Learn The ABCs Of Programming Windows Communication Foundation ...
  • Blog Post: Windows Workflow Foundation

    This article describes how you can get a great design time experience from your custom Windows Workflow Foundation activities. For more details click here . For details about the Windows Workflow Foundation go to http :// . --Morgan
  • Blog Post: Unhandled Exception in .Net 2.0

    Having just found out the hard way; the way the Framework deals with unhandled exceptions has changed. In v1 the framework will eat any unhandled exceptions that you throw. If you created a thread which threw an uncaught exception you may never know about it as the framework would eat it for you. This...
  • Blog Post: NDOC Revision History Tags

    I've been working a lot with NDOC recently and find the new extensibility feature excellent. In the team I'm working with at the moment they wanted to be able to define a revision history section that would be displayed within the documentation, so after reading the docs I knocked up the following tags...
  • Blog Post: Avalon Update

    If you've got some time definately consider checking out this Channel 9 Video on Avalon presented by the Avalon Product Team - it's great to see how Avalon is coming along and remember it will be supported on XP, Windows Server 2003 as well as Longhorn! -- Darren
  • Blog Post: Registration Free COM Articles

    Steve has got some great articles on Registration Free COM, definately worth a read. This techique is particulary useful for scenarios where you want to run different (incompatible) versions of the same COM component on one machine (which wasn't possible previously due to the registry). ClickOnce...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2003 - COM+ 1.5

    COM+ 1.5 forms an integral part of Windows Server 2003 and has been much improved over the version that shipped with Windows 2000 Server. Features designed to increase the abilities (scalability, availability and manageability) of COM+ applications have been added. COM+ Partitions In this release...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2003 - IIS 6.0

    IIS 6.0 is a ground up rewrite of the previous incarnation of IIS, version 5.0. IIS has been redesigned to improve aspects of all the main feature areas: reliability, availability, manageability, scalability and performance. Fault-tolerant process architecture The IIS 6.0 fault-tolerant process architecture...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2003 - Security

    As part of its commitment to reliability security and dependable computing, Microsoft has reviewed every line of code underlying its Windows Server family as part of its enhanced effort to identify possible fail points and exploitable weaknesses. Increased Web Server Security The new basic security...
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