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  • Peer Channel Team Blog

    Welcome to our Blog folks!

    This blog will be a space for members of our team to share our experiences of working with and on PeerChannel, Indigo and Peer-to-Peer in general.....
  • Arpan Shah's Blog


    I read the business week article and, while I found it interesting as a whole, I found the whole Mini-Microsoft bit most entertaining. I have nothing against stating opinions... in fact, I think it's healthy and should be promoted. Everyone has a right...
  • Windows Sharepoint Services etc.

    blogs, wikis, rss and WSS

    Making the channel9 video was fun, and it was over before we knew it. Basically it was as casual and real-time as what you saw. Some of the comments about the video on channel 9 were to the effect that we spent too much time talking about blogs and wikis...
  • Okoboji: a lake, a mythical university, Kevin Moore's blog

    Mine Sweeper in WPF (Avalon)

    Every once in a while someone asks if they could build the next Quake in WPF. While WPF has some pretty cool 3D and animation support, it wasn’t designed for twitch games. DirectX is still your best bet there. There are classes of games that are...
  • Antimail

    CMD programming - elements of style

    Everyone knows how to write CMD scripts. And this is the reason why we have so many messy CMD scripts around. Unfortunately, I haven't seen anywhere some guidelines on how to write clear, maintenable batch files. So here is my take: 1) Think about...
  • AdamU's WebLog

    Sparkle Video Link

    In case you missed the Sparkle Video on Channel 9, here's the link: And the NorthFace Concept Video:
  • Satisfy Me

    Windows OneCare (Status: Beta)

    Enterprise Windows IT has a brief story this week on Windows OneCare which is in beta . Says E-W-IT: "If Windows OneCare is reasonably priced, plenty of consumers will be happy to forget all about viruses, firewalls, and file fragments and let the...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    I'm doing this for therapy.

    Apparently I'm writing this for therapy .
  • Tim Sneath

    A Fresh New Coat of Paint.NET

    I see that there's a new release of Paint.NET available (2.5α3). OK, so the name may be the most uninspiring since Windows Presentation Foundation (!) but this application is becoming more impressive with every release. Paint.NET is a comprehensive image...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Microsoft., 30 years old (again)

    Microsoft is celebrating its 30th anniversary at the company’s annual meeting today (sadly I'll not be there - in Paris - but will try to view the internal webcast). Red Herring "The annual meeting at Safeco Field in Seattle is expected to draw...
  • Antimail

    How big is Hotmail?

    Huge. Here is some data from a PDC Hotmail presentation : ~200 million active users 3.3 billion inbound emails a day 1.5 billion blocked at the router 1.0 billion deleted as spam (never hits the user's mailbox) 0.5 billion sent to the...
  • Visual Studio Data

    Language design choices and query comprehensions (by yag)

    An interesting part of Project LINQ is the concept of Query Comprehensions. In essence, they allow you to perform a translation from a more declarative syntax to a more object based one. For instance the following internal LINQ syntax in C#: expr ...
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