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  • Andy Harjanto's InfoCard WebLog

    Announcing: Microsoft Federated Identity and Access Resource Kit for Sept 2005 CTP

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    What a great week, last week! I met many of you at PDC, discussing InfoCard, Identity Metasystem. I learned plenty from you, understanding the scenarios, your customers' requirements, or discussing how other technologies could use "InfoCard". Thank you...
  • Kam VedBrat

    PDC2005 Impressions

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    Wow - what a week at PDC! Lots to summarize from the week. The keynotes were all great! I was especially proud of the Windows Vista demo on day 1. The demo opened with three of my features - thumbnail-previews in the taskbar, filp, and flip3d! Scoble...
  • Srivatsn's Blog

    Me Myself and... Microsoft

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    I joined Microsoft India Development Center three months back fresh out of college . It’s been a good three months getting to know my team and product. I am pretty lucky that I got to work on a life cycle product - Visual Studio Team System , thus making...
  • HeeJae's Blog

    VS c# IDE의 매우 높은 CPU 사용량

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    원본은 여기 있습니다. 원본은 저희 팀의 intellisense 쪽을 맡고 있는 Cryus가 C# editor에서 가끔 CPU가 100%의 사용량을 보이는 이유에 대해 써 놓은것입니다. 밑에는 저의 요약입니다. ............................................................................ 아시는지 모르겠지만, MS에 하나의 원칙이 있는데, 고객이 Feedback을 남겨...
  • HeeJae's Blog

    GAC 들여다 보기

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    원본은 여기 에 있습니다. GAC은 뭔지 아시겠지요. .NET framework에서 assembly를 global scope로 사용 가능하게 해 주는겁니다. 하여간 보통 GAC된 내용을 보려면 command prompt를 통해선 내용을 볼수 있지만, explorer로는 보이지 않습니다. Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Fusion...
  • The Visual Basic Team

    Channel 9 Videos

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    Some videos on VB futures have been posted on Channel9 at: · Paul Vick and Amanda Silver - VB Language Futures : http://channel9.msdn.com/showpost.aspx?postid=116700 · Paul Vick and Erik Meijer - Dynamic Programming in Visual Basic http:/...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    LINQ Designer Receives Prestigious Award at PDC

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    In the wake and fanfare of the disclosure of the LINQ technology preview at the PDC 2005 in Los Angeles this last week, a member of the LINQ design team was presented with a prestigious award for outstanding achievement above and beyond his peers. Erik...
  • ronpih's weblog

    Another New VC Blogger

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    Mohamed has just started his weblog. I'm excited that he started blogging since he is one of the most knowledgeable people on one of our top Whidbey features: Profile Guided Optimizations. I look forward to his posts on this topic and others.
  • Steven Sinofsky's Microsoft TechTalk

    Understanding orgs and helping them work better

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    This is the time of year at Microsoft when individuals and managers decide what HR courses and training to take. I just finished going through the process of nominating members of the team for courses that have enrollment limits—ug! There are a lot of...
  • Visual Basic IDE Team Blog

    Need to create a new file without opening a project?

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    This request has been raised lately by folks working with XML, who want to create XML files without using a project. If a project is already open, then you can easily create a new file by right-clicking on the project, and selecting Add->New Item...
  • Windows Installer Team Blog

    Why can't I patch or uninstall a component without a ComponentId?

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    Question Why can't I patch or uninstall a component without a ComponentId? Answer Check the Windows Installer documentation on Component Table : ComponentId A string GUID unique to this component, version, and language. Note that the letters...
  • Shy Cohen's WebLog

    PDC demo #1 - Sessions and Instancing

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    As promised, here’s the first one . This demo illustrated how sessions work in Indigo … er… Windows Communication Foundation, and how instancing is related to sessions.
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