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  • .NET Security Blog

    Host Protection

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    One of our new Whidbey hosting features is called Host Protection -- basically it allows an application hosting the CLR to declare some types of operations off limits for use by hosted code. This is orthogonal to CAS in that CAS allows an administrator...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Evolution of the Cathedral

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    In his post about the changing cathedral and bazaar , Jon Udell asserts that the cathedral and the bazaar are both changing. And of course, they are -- that which stands still, dies. At the same time, my core point is that the "sharp edges" I'm talking...
  • Buck Hodges

    September dogfood statistics

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    You can find the latest dogfood statistics on Brian's blog. [Update 10/12] John Lawrence also has the statistics as usual, including Excel charts. I saw Brian's, and I didn't think to check there.
  • Yasser Shohoud

    Meet the WCF Channel Model - Part 1

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    For the past 5 months or so, I’ve been working on the WCF Core Communications team (with Kenny , Matt , and Steve ) where we focus on WCF transports and hosting features. In this period, I’ve learned a lot about the WCF channel model and I’m still learning...
  • SQL Protocols

    IPv6 and SQL Server 2005

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    Starting from SQL Server 2005 (Yukon), SQL Network Interface (SNI), the new SQL Server network library, supports internet protocol version 6, IPv6, through Windows IPv6 stack. As you might already know, currently, many Window platforms can be configured...
  • Ali Pasha's WebLog...

    Check out Bill Gibson's Blog!

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    Bill's a senior PM on our team and I'm happy that he's finally joined the bandwagon and started blogging. Check out: http://blogs.msdn.com/billgibson/ Ali
  • Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information from Alfred Thompson

    Should teachers teach secure programming

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    I found [ via SlashDot ] an interesting article at ZD/Net News . Howard Schmidt wants developers and their companies to be held liable for security issues in their code. But he doesn't completely blame developers. He also blames the companies they work...
  • TexBlog

    VC++ 2005 optimizations in the real world

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    I thought I'd share this direct feedback from a customer that attended a recent VC++ 2005 dev lab: I'm delighted to let you know that my C++ application has been sucessfully compiled, linked (for 64 bit Itanium) with Visual C++ 8 (Visual Studio 2005...
  • Bug Babble

    Keeping My Note Flag Customizations

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    OneNote's Note Flags feature rocks. However, after I started using them I ran into a funny, subtle bug. My Note flag customizations never stayed around after OneNote shutdown. All two times I restarted OneNote I had to customize the Note Flags again....
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Checking For Script Syntax Errors, This Time With Code

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    A number of people asked me to clarify yesterday's entry. Rather than try to talk you through it, I think the code is straightforward enough to speak for itself. Here's a little skeleton that I just whipped up. #include <stdio.h> #include <activscp...
  • Canadian User Experience

    The New Designers In Visual Studio 2005

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    The new designers (Application Designer, System Designer, Logical Data Center Designer, Deployment Designer and others) in Visual Studio 2005 are going to make it easier for both seasoned developers as well as beginning developers to write code. And these...
  • Canadian User Experience

    Edmonton TechNet Waitlist!

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    The tour events are really beginning to fill up. We have just had word that the Edmonton Technet event (the morning session) is now officially full and anyone registering will be placed on the waitlist. The afternoon still has space, as do most of the...
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