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  • : Gregory (Gus) Class's Media Technology Blog

    TV recommendations gadget

    This article points out some interesting information about some new interfunctionality between live and Vista. The first thing that I thought was useful that was mentioned, was the ability to drag gadgets off of and place them onto your Vista...
  • craigrow

    The best comment on the whole driver signing discussion

    From Will Dean: "The real tragedy of driver-related BSODs is that in many applications people should never have needed to write KM code at all, let alone the ghastly 50 lines of application code surrounded by 5000 lines of impossible PnP/Power boilerplate...
  • Johan Lindfors

    MSDN Live + TechNet Live = Microsoft Live

    Planeringen har pågått under några månader och nu påbörjas de slutliga förberedelserna för vårens Microsoft Live roadshow som rullar ut i Sverige under Mars månad. Vårens roadshow innehåller några nyheter som jag hoppas ska uppskattas av alla. Vi har...
  • Jason Sacks's Windows SDK blog

    New Vista Developer Story Live

    The Windows Vista Developer Story : Communication Infrastructure article is live on the MSDN Windows Vista Developer Center. This is the third in our biweekly series of postings to help you plan for developing on the Windows Vista platform. As always...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    USB Barcode Scanner - Here's my code...

    Here's my code to read barcode data and display the data in a ListBox - of course this could also be extended to lookup the barcode data in a SQL Database or XML file and provide more information like "Grande Vanilla Latte", "Lemon Pound Cake", and todays...
  • Test Guide

    My Perfect PC

    It's been a loooong wait, and it's not all available yet, but this is what my perfect computer would look like: A slate Tablet PC with a screen about the size of a paperback book (about 4" x 6"). This is big enough to use but small enough I would...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    Vignette to HP

    Congratulation to Tom Hogan, until recently the CEO of Vignette, who yesterday it was announced took a position with software giant HP. Vignette was one of those companies, whice I was at BroadVision, that we loved to hate. When Vignette absorbed Epicentric...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Off to Whistler

    I’m off to beautiful British Columbia, but I will return on Wednesday. During this time the “ Coding Master ” contest will close, but my first priority upon my return will be to determine the winner with my MSN Search team. I won’t be sending you an...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    MDbg UI Threading, round 2

    The STA/MTA threading problem is (hopefully) fixed in the latest MDbg winforms Gui . (which also has some cool new features, including an IL disassembly window ) The original solution implemented in the original GUI (described here ) had the problem...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Alas, MSN Search Champs is over

    Alas, the fourth MSN Search Champs is over. Although I'm at Microsoft, I'm not an MSN'er, so I had two reasons for being there. The first was that I was invited by Brady Forrest as he wanted my feedback on aspects of the MSN products in development...
  • .NET Security Blog

    UAC Policy Settings

    The new UAC blog (formerly LUA, formerly UAP) has up a good post on the six security policy settings that have been introduced to control how UAC works. As the Vista betas start coming out and people can start to play with UAC, knowing that some of these...
  • Benjamin Wright-Jones

    Migrating to SQL Server 2005, UK TechNet Briefing

    I've been keeping my eye on the TechNet Briefings and there are some good SQL Server specific events appearing over the next few months. This one in particular looks useful
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