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  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Most Embarassing Album You've Owned

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    Okay, so I came clean about owning "Lost in Love" by Air Supply. I'll add to that - at the same time, I also owned the first album by Christopher Cross. What is your most embarassing album? CDs are okay if you've never owned vinyl...
  • Outside The Cube

    MS and JBoss?

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    Huh? http://www.infoworld.com/article/05/09/27/HNmsjosslinkup_1.html?source=NLC-TB2005-09-27
  • Ankur

    Profiling: Sampling doesn't report my functions wait time.

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    Working on performance of VSSConverter. I am using the new F1 profiler being shipped with VS 2005. I have a simple code sample like this: using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Text; using System.Threading; namespace perf_test {...
  • Brad Abrams

    New CLR blogger Kathy Kam

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    While it is not a requirement to start a blog when you join my team… there is certainly a lot of positive peer pressure to share with the community in some way… I was happy to see that our latest team member started a blog recently.. please welcome Kathy...
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    Sometimes I Feel...

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    I have a sick sense of humor. Ed Fries told me that. It's out in left field and loaded with various inside jokes. Half the fun is seeing how many people get the joke. One of the ways I've done this is through the "Currently Playing in iTunes" feature...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    CTI Workhop in Milwaukee, WI

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    On Friday, October 28, 2005, Mark Skoog and I will be at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee's School of Business Center for Technology Innovation Workshop . Mark will be covering some of the software and more architeturally focused topics of service...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    The ebb and flow of blogging

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    Once again I'm back into working with the product set after a long haitus of planning for our new fiscal year. With this comes new thinking and sharing of work being done, so watch this space for yet another flurry of activity.
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Get the available paper bins from a printer

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    Sometimes you might want to find out how many paper bins a printer has. (Thanks to Barbara P for original question, code.) lcPrinterName = GETPRINTER () nPrinters= APRINTERS (laAvailPrinters) FOR i = 1 TO nPrinters IF UPPER (laAvailPrinters...
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Influencer Community

    Para Los Que Hablen Español

    The so-called "Three Amigos" from Windows Development have recently created El Blog de América Latina , focusing on the Windows family of products, providing a forum to explain their experiences in developing them and also serving to collect customer...
  • Laurentiu Cristofor's blog @microsoft.com

    SQL Server 2005: How to fix outdated names of Windows logins

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    The SQL Server login catalogs store the names of Windows principals as well as their SIDs. Because the names are stored, changes that affect a name can lead to a state where a catalog entry is out of sync with the current login name. For example, in the...
  • Dave Treadwell's Blog

    DRT on DNR

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    One of the things I did at the PDC was an interview with the .NET Rocks! Internet radio program . The show goes through many things, including Microsoft and Windows history, where things stand with .NET, and more. It is always interesting to hear audio...
  • Jason Zander's blog

    David Treadwell, VP of .NET Technologies, has a new blog

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    David is the Corporate Vice President of .NET Technologies , including the CLR, Asp.Net/IIS, .NET Compact Framework, the SDK, and other centralized technologies like UE, loc, and release. He's also my boss :) Dave's new blog is here . Welcome...
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