Paul Stubbs

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  • Blog Post: VSTO: My Favorite Feature - ClickOnce Deployment

    One of my favorite features in the latest version of VSTO is ClickOnce Deployment. ClickOnce deployment makes securely deploying my Office add-in and document level solutions easy. VSTO deployment supports, Local , HTTP , UNC , CD / DVD and USB locations. This gives you the flexibility to deploy your...
  • Blog Post: View Control Programming in Word and Excel 2003 - Webcast

    The VSTO team will be doing a bunch of webcasts over the next month. I will be giving one of them. My webcast will be on August 4th at 1pm PST. My topic is View Control Programming in Word 2003 and Excel 2003 using VSTO 2005 . This is going to be a great talk about view controls, what they are and how...
  • Blog Post: Low Fat Software

    There was an article about manditory software labeling . Do you think this is a good thing? Should all software declare, as does the food industry, what it contains? For example should the software tell you that it is recording your keystrokes, or that it collects personal information. What should the...
  • Blog Post: MyDoom out of Sync

    MyDoom (aka W32.Novarg.A ) was scheduled to attack SCO (may be still down) today starting at this morning at 8:09am PST. But the attack actually started to trickle in 16 hours early . The reason is that computers around the world are not synchronized. Which in the case of a coordinated attack may be...
  • Blog Post: Bye, Bye Data. A Dead Hard Drive Story.

    Backup is not something as a home user that you think about everyday. I sure didn’t, until I had hard drive trouble. Then you start mentally listing all of the important documents and photos that you are about to lose. After I resigned to the fact that my Hard Drive was toast, I went down to Best...
  • Blog Post: Hamburgers Hacked

    No one is immune to hackers as this story points out. Even your local fast food drive through is hacked. This may seem like a prank but it does real damage in terms of business and monetary value. As traditional targets ,banks and business get more secure and harder to penetrate hackers look for softer...
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