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  • Thomas Dreller's Blog

    ASE, Tag 2: Focus

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    Nachdem die Umwelt - Regeln, Rahmenbedingung jeglicher Art, Einflußfaktoren, Mitspieler und Gegner, usw. - verstanden sind, kann man sich nun als Team dem Kern des Problems widmen. Fokus: Welches ist die geeigneteste Lösungsalternative, und warum? ...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Hottest Microsoft bloggers

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    Microsoft Watch has put together a list of the Microsoft blogs they recommend : "When we first started monitoring the Microsoft blogs almost three years ago, there were so few that we easily could list them all on this site. Now there are well in...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Ski or Die under Virtual PC

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    Ski or Die was released as a sequel to Skate or Die. It took the same base concept and placed it in a snow covered background. I have to admit that while I played Skate or Die more 'back in the day' - these days I appreciate the improved game engine and...
  • Brad McCabe's WebLog

    Jackie Goldstein on VB Migration

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    DeveloperPipeline has recently posted a chat with Software Legend Jackie Goldstein about Visual Basic migration. You can check out the chat here . The summary is posted below: .NET Migration: In-House or Outsource? If your development team is getting...
  • Dan Sellers's WebLog

    Web Service Security Guidance

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    With the release of the WSE 3.0 for Visual Studio 2005 and .NET Framwork 2.0, Microsoft released the Web Service Security Guidance . This guidance captures the most common scenarios related to Web Service Security such as: Public Web Services ...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Others' thoughts on Attention

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    Craig Barnes of Attensa has posted some thoughts after hearing the Attention podcast I recorded with Nick and Kevin last week . "Ideally we’d like to get online with Alex and explain what we have essentially already implemented that goes far beyond...
  • Dan Sellers's WebLog

    Software Development must change

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    I am glad to see that many IT industry analyst are now writing about the increase security vulnerabilites and hacks occuring at the application level. However, it appears that security professional are a more then a few steps behind the hackers. This...
  • Dan Sellers's WebLog

    Microsoft Developer Security Resource Kit

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    For the longest time there has always been resource kits for Operating System and other major applications. However, I am now glad to see there is now a Security Resource Kit aimed at Developers . For those wondering why we need a Developer Security Resource...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Obsolete API list for the .NET Framework 2.0

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    I have heard from several customers who have asked me what the differences are between the .NET Framework 1.1 to the .NET Framework 2.0 and whether or not they should migrate their existing .NET applications from 1.1 to 2.0. This question does not have...
  • Data Access blog

    WinFS and peer-to-peer

    Mark Scurrell, Program Manager on the WinFS Sync team has provided an overview on the WinFS blog of the functionality provided to allow applications to synchronize data between WinFS stores: "For Beta 2 we have decided to focus on providing the...
  • David Wang

    Remote UNC Shares and the IIS Manager UI

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    Sigh... I get a lot of ambiguous and undetailed questions... and then users wonder why my responses are not forthcoming. The following is an example... Question: David, I noticed your recent posting in a newsgroup about a problem you had getting...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Source Fource the Video Game is HERE!

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    Ready to play a game that is the roll back to the days of Atari. We'll we started with the code from the DigiPen "Introduction to 2-D Game Development" webcast series and then we super-sized it. Check it out . As new members of the Source Fource are unveiled...
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