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  • From The Depths

    Better Late than Never

    It's been over a year since my last post so I figured its just the right time to write a new one. As you have most likely heard, the Microsoft Business Framework project I had been working on for several years was cancelled. Now I'm back in the Business...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    strlen_s, where for art thou?

    I just received an email from a product group wanting to replace a small number of calls to strlen with strlen_s to help them be SDL compliant. Problem is, there is no strlen_s ! :( So I had a chat with Martyn Lovell, who headed the SafeCRT work to...
  • mikechampion's weblog

    New LINQ / XLinq Links

    My resolutions to post here more often have been overwhelmed by the day job, I'm afraid. I'm now in the process of taking over as Program Manager for XLinq as Dave Remy takes over the Group Program Manager role for our entire team. That should get the...
  • The Little Wheel Goes in Back

    Got a Wired Xbox 360 Controller AND Flight Simulator 2004?

    How 'bout milk? Got that? Well, as you've heard me say (write?) before, the Xbox 360 controller goes with Flight Simulator like peanut butter sandwiches and milk---mmm, mmm, good! I like mine so much I just had to make it work with Flight Sim 2004, too...
  • Andy Simonds Blog

    XPS Five Points of Light - Part 4: Platform for Innovation

    Well it is a new year, and I am still two-parts away from getting my ‘5-points’ series done. In an effort to start the year with a clean slate, I’ll try and get the last two polished off quickly. Everything we are doing around XPS is about building...
  • Rob Caron

    The Unchangeable Rules of Software Change

    Brad Appleton in a recent post to the AgileProjectManagement Yahoo! group (if you don’t subscribe, you really should!): My own "anecdotal and case-study evidence" has led me to a set of "unchangeable rules of software change" that I often convey...
  • Nagi Punyamurthula

    Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 - July CTP is out

    Earlier today, the Microsoft Pre-Release Software Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 - July 2006 CTP was released for public consumption. It can be downloaded here : Enjoy ciao Nagi
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Managing your Windows infrastructure from Windows Mobile devices

    Following on from my post in relation to the CompactDBA solution - I thought it'd be useful to provide a detailed list of other management solutions so that IT professionals can manage their infrastructure from outside the office, whilst travelling and...
  • Adventures In SoftwareLand

    Upgrading VB6 to VB.Net

    This just in. . . a page dedicated to porting VB6 apps to VB.Net Now that the .Net Framework will be included in each copy of Windows Vista, porting from VB6 to .Net is the last big pain point I've heard from the MicroISV (Shareware) developers...
  • I know the answer (it's 42)

    Time to be pushed out

    On some weekends I bring my daughter to office. She's generally very pleased to be able to crawl all over and go where no baby has gone before . On two occasions she had firmly taken my chair and refused to get up . This really got me thinking, its not...
  • simon.says

    TechEd 2006 – Call for Speakers!

    Would you like to shape the future by presenting a session in the Architecture track at TechEd 06 (June 11 th – 16 th in Boston )? We are looking for dynamic and enthusiastic speakers to talk on a range of architectural topics as part of our track...
  • Ali Pasha's WebLog...

    Tools for Architects?

    While VSTA has been pitched as a tool for the software architect discipline, I think of VSTA in a different way. I think of it simply as architecture tools. While useful for any of the various types of architects (
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