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  • Blog Post: Cloud applications

    Now that we are getting closer to releasing Windows Azure, I wanted to check and see who is planning to have an application in the cloud.  Or if you already have an application in the cloud, what you are doing there and how it is working for you. Please note, I understand that other companies are...
  • Blog Post: Where do you go to find answers?

    There are more and more sites coming online that allow you to ask questions.  So which site(s) do you use? Traditional These sites are more of the old way of finding out answers, you don’t really interact, just find your answer on the existing documentation that is posted: http://support.microsoft...
  • Blog Post: The PDC this year…

    Not sure how many people are planning on attending the PDC (Professional Developers Conference) this year, but it is going to be a fantastic conference. We announced some huge announcements on the PDC web site.  http://www.microsoftpdc.com/ We have a major lineup of executive keynote speakers representing...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Optimization for your IT

    I haven’t seen a whole lot of information coming out about how Microsoft can help you optimize your IT infrastructure so I thought I could mention it. You can read more about the whole program at http://www.microsoft.com/optimization/default.mspx There is more information on our Server and Tools site...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Tips: Finding what is taking up memory

    There are some times that you want to figure out what is taking up your memory.  There are a few ways that you can do this and some limitations put on this by .NET and ASP.NET. Memory in a dump file If you are looking at a dump file, the first thing you can do is find out how much memory is being...
  • Blog Post: How to create a virtual machine from a physical one

    One of the common things that we run into is the ability, or lack there of, to reproduce an issue.  It is very difficult to fix an issue and be confident that you have fixed the issue unless you can reproduce it.  It is also much faster to troubleshoot if you can see the issue and interact...
  • Blog Post: An Open Debugger Extension

    We just recently created a project on CodePlex that is an Open Source Debugger Extension project called ODbgExt .  This is an extension is going to be created by the community.  So everyone will have a say in what happens with it.  The NTDebugging blog has more information on this but...
  • Blog Post: Code Gallery and CodePlex, how are they different and what are their benefits?

    So lately I have been looking into these two web sites a lot more and it isn’t always easy to figure out which one is used for what.  So I thought I would try to explain it here. Code Gallery is a community-enabled Web site where you can share developer information and resources like samples and...
  • Blog Post: Are you a Windows Internal subject matter expert?

    If you are, and have an interest in helping Microsoft on a special project that will last 5 to 8 days, check this out: Note: This is from: Wanted- Windows Internals subject matter experts Microsoft is looking for five Windows Internals subject matter experts to come work on a very special five to eight...
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