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  • when setup isn't just xcopy

    Linuxworld 2005 Pictures, Microsoft in costume and Linux under commercialization.

    Imagine a blog entry where I post the links to pictures of Linuxworld 2005 forwarded to me by Jeremy Allison....
  • David Notario's WebLog

    Does the JIT take advantage of my CPU?

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    Short answer is yes. One of the advantages of generating native code at runtime is that we know what processor you are running on and we can tune the code accordingly. Why would we do that for x86? Every generation of x86 processors has its own personality...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Have you used remote assistance ?

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    I wanted to demonstrate something on my machine to somebody in another location. Using remote assistance is easy. It allows another person to view and/or control your computer from another location. Try it with yourself (the term hermaphrodite comes...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    USS Hornet Museum

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    Last week we were on vacation at my sister's place in Walnut Creek, CA (a bit to the east of Oakland). Vacation consisted of a few day trips, some sitting by the pool, and a fair amount of work with ASP.net on the website. It's nice when your sister has...
  • PeteL's Blog

    Great CSS References!

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    There was a story this morning on Slashdot talking about the test best resources for CSS and I wanted to link to the story and post a few of the links here for future reference. The original story is at http://www.sitepronews.com/archives/2005/july/20...
  • Powertoys WebLog

    VC++ Powertoys from GDN

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    I don't know how I missed these, but there exists a collection of VC++ powertoys on the GDN site. The full descriptions are found in this document , but I've copied them down here as well. Name - Description Delta - Watch a directory (either local...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    He's "Microsoft Luke"

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    Last week I asked for your best creative submission that demonstrates “your skills, your passion for technology, your desire to work at Microsoft, what you hate and would love to change . . .” Well, “Microsoft Luke” sent me this great video his friends...
  • Paul Maher's Blog

    Web Services Exposed

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    So by now I'm sure you've all heard of Web Services and understand what the buzz in the industry is all about. The initial push of Web Services, missed the boat a little on Security. Hence we now have within the WSE specification one of the main pillars...
  • Visual Studio Graphics Debugging

    Reviewing Data Display Websites and Programs: Harmony Central

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    It’s been a little while since my last entry about reviewing data display websites ( Football Outsiders was the topic last time ). I thought that I would jump back into the game with a review of a website that has great content and information but major...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Off for the week

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    Valorie, the kids, and I are heading back to Albany for the week, so no posts until next week.
  • jfo's coding

    It's not you, it's me...

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    Sheesh ever since we've switched over to the new blogging stuff, I haven't really had the time to figure it all out. Some comment stuff changed, and well, I just realized this morning I have a bit of a backlog. I know, "excuses, excuses..." I also...
  • Somasegar's blog

    C++ Libraries

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    I recently got a chance to meet with a number of developers and some MVPs in my trip to the Far East . One of the questions that people asked me was related to Visual C++ and support for libraries in the .NET world. One of the key goals of Visual C++...
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