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  • Kavitak's WebLog

    What I work on

    I am the test lead for the transports and listener feature. I work with Steve Maine , Yasser Shouhoud , and Kenny Wolf all of who gave talks at the PDC this year. I was fortunate to get to attend the PDC this year and meet some of you. Do keep in touch...
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    PDC 2005

    I haven't been regular with my blog and I apologize for that. With the PDC just over, I thought now is a good time to resume my blog. I spent the week of 9/12-9/16 at the PDC in LA. Since this was the first MS conference I attended, I was amazed by the...
  • Windows Installer Team Blog

    What are the upper limits of the CAB file format?

    Question What are the upper limits of the CAB file format? Answer The only compressed file type supported natively by Windows Installer is the Cabinet (CAB) format . Multi-part CABs can get the total size of a set of files past 2GB, possibly...
  • Visual Studio Data

    Some LINQ related videos on Channel 9 (by yag)

    Some say that seeing is believing. There are three videos on Channel 9 that discuss LINQ. Anders Hejlsberg and Dan Fernandez discuss LINQ and C# . Paul Vick and Amanda Silver discuss the future of VB . Paul Vick and Erik Meijer discuss dynamic...
  • Quan To's Visual Studio Extensibility blog

    Do you read ReadMe files?

    My intern this summer spent a couple of weeks writing a cool readme generator which takes bugs written using a specific template and generates the readme and known issues document we will ship with Visual Studio 2005. Last week, I spent a few hours...
  • Robert A. Wlodarczyk's Blog (MSFT)

    The North Face Demo (& Whitepaper)

    Karsten and Darren (of Fluid) posted a whitepaper on how the "The North Face" In-Store Explorer. Definitely a great read. If you wanted to see the video again, here it is ...
  • Quan To's Visual Studio Extensibility blog

    Another Setup blogger

    Peter Marcu is one of our Setup devs on Visual Studio. He just launched his blog at: Peter is our first developer on VS Setup to start blogging. That puts us at 4 total on our team :) Other blogs from VS Setup folks...
  • Quan To's Visual Studio Extensibility blog

    Installing Express on a different drive

    We're currently in the middle of an install blitz at Microsoft. The VS Setup team is trying to get 1500 internal folks to install a recent build. We're aiming to validate our Setup works correctly and at the same time find any potential show stoppers...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Pea Salad with Chicken and Prosciutto

    Came up with this one tonight. Pea Salad with Chicken and Prosciutto 3 slices prosciutto (de Parma if you've got it, but domestic is fine). One large chicken breast 3 cups frozen peas One roma tomato Bernstein's parmesan garlic ranch...
  • マイクロソフトのディベロッパー製品で楽しむ方法


    仕事があまりにも忙しく、すっかり更新する機会を逸していました。 今回は、前回の内容をあまり読んでいただかなくても大丈夫なように書きたいと思います。 まずは、テキストボックス上に書かれたテキストデータを、暗号化してファイルにセーブするための処理を考えたいと思います。 流れとしては、以下のようにしてみました。 テキストボックスの内容を、1文字単位で拾ってくる。 一文字は2バイトである 。.NETFrameworkでは、文字列はUnicodeで内部的に保存されている ため...
  • Durgaprasad Gorti's WebLog

    Only one usage of each socket address (protocol/network address/port) is normally permitted

    Lets say that you are invoking a web service from another web service. Both are on the same box. You might be making authenticated or unauthenticated calls and perhaps you are setting the KeepAlive = false. Intermittently, (under load) you might get ...
  • Durgaprasad Gorti's WebLog

    I spoke at the PDC 2005

    I presented System.Net tips and tricks. I did the lunch session on Tuesday and Wednesday. Lunch sessions are particularly difficult, you only have 45 minutes - You can't present lengthy topics. I chose to talk about the System.Net Tracing, Negotiate Stream...
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