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    Chris on Shared Sessions in OneNote

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    Chris Pratley has a great post on the way the OneNote team use the shared sessions feature that they built into their product.  This is the feature that I mentioned in my post On Distributing My Office Whiteboard . This type of seamless no-baton collaboration...
  • Brad Abrams

    From the Austin .NET User's Group

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    On last friday night I had the great pleasure of speaking to the Austin .NET User’s Group . One highlight for me was one of the attendees saying they’d been confused about some aspect of the GC ever sense Jeff Richter came out, but that I cleared it up...
  • Steve Rowe's Blog

    What is a Test Architect?

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    I was asked a few questions via mail. Here is the first of some quick answers to these: What is the role of a Test Architect? There is not a single definition of the test architect role. A test architect is an advanced test developer whose scope is larger...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Priorities

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    So we’re deep in the drive toward beta2 right now. Lots of pressure and an incredibly high quality bar that we’re trying to meet so that people can actually use VS2005 to “go live” with. What’s that mean? Well with Beta1 we advised customers that this...
  • Stephen Toub

    John Keefe

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    I try to keep this blog about Microsoft, MSDN Magazine, and .NET (when I remember to post to it at all) , however every once in a while I have something personal to share. John Keefe , my college roommate and best friend, decided to pursue acting professionally...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Cool Data Visualization Sites

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    I've been spending quite a bit of time with some Avalon team members in my new position as Technical Evangelist, and one of the Avalon topics that often comes up is Data (or Information) Visualization. If you're unfamiliar with the term, it might help...
  • This is my old blog

    Template meta programming for c++

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    Take a look at how Templates can be complicated. http://osl.iu.edu/~tveldhui/papers/Template-Metaprograms/meta-art.html http://www.mywikinet.com/mpl/paper/mpl_paper.html http://osl.iu.edu/~tveldhui/papers/priority.html#tmp
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    Rootkit Detectors

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    MS Research has published some papers about Rootkit technologies and especially RootKit detection: http://research.microsoft.com/rootkit/ This stuff is VERY GOOD to read, and has been positively commented by a lot of people, including Bruce Schneier:...
  • Visio

    フローチャートの即効作成

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    Visio の用途のトップ 5 に入るのがフローチャート作成、といわれています。Visio のパッケージやアイコンにもフローチャートのイメージが入っていますし、Visio といえばフローチャート ツールと連想される方も多いでしょう。というわけで今回は Visio の基本であるフローチャート即効作成の方法を紹介します。 まずはテンプレートの選択から。実は、図面の種類の選択画面には基本フローチャートのテンプレートが 2 つあります。[フローチャート] と [ビジネス プロセス] の中なのですが、[ビジネス...
  • Chris Pratley's Office Labs and OneNote Blog

    OneNote Shared Sessions

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    It's been awhile since I have had time to update my blog, but it looks like I may be able to spend a little time on it for the next little while. I thought I'd try to do a series of posts on good or clever or original ways to use OneNote. Please feel...
  • Glen's old blog

    Secure that trace.axd file

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    In our current series of MSDN Events , we are spending a good bit of time on ASP.NET tracing and showing the usefulness of the trace.axd file. After doing some research around the web (using MSN Search of course!) I came across some information on how...
  • Federated Infrastructure

    The Federation Firewall Boundary

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    As a specialist by trade in both technology and financial audit, internal control structures and security play an important role in the work that I do. I came across Steve Riley's Death of the DMZ over broadband the other day and his thesis really hit...
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