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  • Blog Post: How to change Team System Build Server Build Configurations

    If you have used the Build Server inside Visual Studio Team System, you must have notices that after you create a new Build Configuration you cannot change the TeamBuild.proj file. The Build Server creates a folder inside the Source Control with the name of "TeamBuildConfigurations". you can notice...
  • Blog Post: Adding a zip filter to web services

    Alot of people speak about this and my brother in law did it, it's a first implementation of his WSE filter. From a guy that was coding only in c++ and Java he moved to .NET and started a new software comapny. He does magic. Adding a zip filter to web services By DaberElay Passing large amount...
  • Blog Post: Everything you wanted to know about Event Logs IDs

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/support/eventserrors.mspx
  • Blog Post: The Windows 'Knoppix' like version

    Since this is on a public site I guess I can talk about it, I found WinPE not long ago on one of the servers. WinPE is a bootable cd that loads a small version of WinXP with network support thru command line. I use it for installs, since the build of longhorn does not come as a bootable ISO but rather...
  • Blog Post: I was afraid from WMI

    Until I found Microsoft (R) Management Strongly Typed Class Generator - MgmtClassGen.exe Microsoft (R) Management Strongly Typed Class Generator Version 1.1.4322.573 Copyright c Microsoft Corporation 1998-2002. All rights reserved. MgmtClassGen <WMIClass> [options] /N <WMINamespace>...
  • Blog Post: Indigo Avalon and Longhorn on todays Architects user group

    If you live in Israel, you could come and see Guy Ron and I giving our PDC impressions to the architects user group . I just got indigo to work after a few hours of poking. If you are working in a workgroup mode for Longhorn (you are not a part of a domain) you need to tweak the machine.config a bit...
  • Blog Post: GC.Collect() will more likely hurt your performance

    A friend called me today to ask me a question about a problem he's experiencing with an asp.net application. The application is very slow and the CPU is very high. I asked him to check the amount of CPU time the application spends in the GC ( MS recommends this to be at 30% at the peak times ): HINT...
  • Blog Post: CLR: Thinking About Performance

    This was posted 2 days ago: In this video Rico Mariani talks about CLR Performance. [ Microsoft Download Center ]
  • Blog Post: Converting arrays

    a friend asked me this: how do I convert one type of array to another when the cast between the items is valid? I did this before but still it took me 15 min. to find how to do it. so here is a reminder for me. here is a sample where Son is derived from Father: Father[] f = new Father[] { new Son...
  • Blog Post: enabling the infobar on outlook 2003

    Outlook 2003 has a new feature named infobar, it inside the new reading pane. somehow It wasn't working for me in the inbox, on all other folders it was fine. the solution: rightlick on the gray area between the reading pane and everything else (not inside it) and choose 'Header Information'. it seems...
  • Blog Post: want to get the full sources of an assembly using reflector?

    try this as an addin to the known Reflector
  • Blog Post: About the importance of the layers on a distributed application

    often I give sessions to customers on the infrastructure the company I work for developed (my team), when I get to talk on the importance of every layer and how it is crucial that the Business Logic layer should not know the GUI layer many of the customer says "sure, that's how we do it" but when you...
  • Blog Post: how to: remote debugging

    wondering the MS newsgroups I found this: (a) DbgProxy & Msvcmon are meant only for native applications. You don't need to start them for a C# App. (b) To debug a C# App, install the remote debugger, make sure you are a valid user, basically set up the machine as described in docs. (c) Now...
  • Blog Post: Some more on Productivity and Curiousity

    after reading About Productivity from Roy I couldn't agree more. I always love to learn from people around me, I have two guys on my team, Lior - who masters all vs ( from 6.0 to 2003) shortcuts and Saar Carmi who loves to make "Saturday Components" - he made a Collapse Tree addin for VS , when...
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