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  • Yves Dolce

    Comfortably Numb

    Not the Pink Floyd song but the Scissor Sisters 'one: - Eye of the tiger type intro - Pink Floyd lyrics - Jamiroquai type mood - Bee Gees type chorus - Something of Soft Cell I love it!
  • Noah Horton's WebBlog

    P2P at PDC

    Hey! For those of you coming to the PDC, I will be in attendance along with several others from my team. We will even have a few sessions and events you can check out. COM311 - Developing P2P Applications using Windows Vista and the Windows Communication...
  • Windows Security Logging and Other Esoterica

    Logs and the Rules of Evidence

    I quite frequently hear these questions: 1. My logs/log collection database aren't digitally signed, can I still use them in court? 2. My logs are in a text file that an admin can write to, can I still use them in court? Our legal department...
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    In Vista We Trust II

    I'm going to take credit for this one: I think my blog has finally become a force to be reckoned with in the world of journalism and technology. Perhaps, someone read one of my last entries titled In Vista We Trust , and thought it sounded too 1984 -ish...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    The application called an interface that was marshalled for a different thread.

    Another one from someone sending a comment: I came across your blog and was wondering if what to do when encountering above error message in an application program. The error occurs once in a while when printing out from a Windows application. Is...
  • Gaurav Seth's WebLog

    Managed equivalent to javax.comm package

    I recently had this question coming up from one of our customers: Q. I just used JLCA3.0 to convert a rather large Java communications library, and it went well except that there seems to be no managed equivalent to Java's javax.comm package. How would...
  • XQuery Inside SQL Server 2005

    XML Data-type Usage By Other SQL Server 2005 Features

    Several of the other features within SQL Server 2005 leverage the XML data-type to pass information around. For example, both Service Broker and triggers transfer data around the server in XML data-type instances. This means that you can easily leverage...
  • Yun Jin's WebLog

    Thread, System.Threading.Thread, and !Threads (I)

    If you use SOS’s !Threads command during debugging a lot, you should be familiar with such output: 0:003> !threads PDB symbol for mscorwks.dll not loaded Loaded Son of Strike data table version 5 from "C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    How to set a string to null using the Watch Window in Visual Studio .NET 2003

    An interesting customer question came my way about how to set a string to null in the Watch Window in Visual Studio .NET 2003.  Note: this issue does not reproduce in Visual Studio 2005.  If you try to set a string to null in the Watch Window...
  • Zandoná Mobile®

    static void main() { Application.Run(); }

    [UPDATE: Depois de alguns anos no Windows Mobile, eu mudei para um group de startups dentro da Microsoft. Lá eu era responsável por ferramentas de desenvolvimento (SDK, compilador, debugger, integração com Visual Studio...
  • Adam Nathan's Old Blog

    Windows Vista: It's the little things...

    …that make all the difference in the world to me. I've been using Beta 1 a lot recently, and although " most of the stuff that we would expect that tech enthusiasts and consumers will be interested in will happen at Beta 2 ," every once in awhile come...
  • craigrow

    DTM Controller must be in the System pool

    One thing that has thrown me for a loop more than once is the fact that you see the DTM controller in Studio's Job Monitor UI. In order to work properly, the controller must be in the System pool. DTM setup puts it in the System pool automatically, well...
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