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  • UK StudentZine Blog

    What's My IP?

    Ken Getz has written a cracking little article on getting a users IP address via web-services! Sounds like a novel approach to a classic problem.
  • UK StudentZine Blog

    Messenger Activity SDK

    Thought that MSN Messenger could do with extra functionality that gives you a back massage whilst chatting? If you haven’t seen it yet, get your hands on the Messenger SDK and start dev-ing. If that wasn’t enough, there is a competition to win an Alienware...
  • John Bristowe's Weblog

    Back in Calgary

    After delivering content in five cities, the tour finally arrived in my hometown of Calgary . Yesterday, we had a great time showing off all the new stuff inside Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005, and BizTalk Server 2006. Unfortunately, I was struck...
  • John Bristowe's Weblog

    Thank You, Vancouver!

    Vancouver was a lot of fun. Not only did we have a wonderful audience and great experts at the event, we also had the distinct pleasure of having Ilya Bukshteyn (Director, SQL Server marketing) deliver the keynote. (Way cool.) Ilya and I had a lot of...
  • Aali's blog

    Tampere 8.12.2005

    Pidämme seminaaripäivän Tampereella to 8.12.2005 . Tilaisuus jakautuu kahteen osaan siten, että aamupäivä on tarkoitettu paikallisten yritysten edustajille ja iltapäivä Tampereen alueen opiskelijoille, sekä yliopiston että ammattikorkeakoulun. Hervannassa...
  • Benjamin Wright-Jones

    Scalable shared databases are supported by SQL Server 2005

    This was kept quiet! Scalable shared databases are supported by SQL Server 2005
  • Tess blog

    I have a memory leak!!! What do i do? (defining the "where")

    Not that it matters a tremendous lot but just because it is a big pet-peeve of mine I want to differentiate between a real memory-leak and high memory usage. A memory leak is when you used some memory and lost the pointer to the allocation so you can...
  • Tess blog

    Who is this OutOfMemory guy and why does he make my process crash when I have plenty of memory left?

    To answer this question, there are a few concepts we need to discuss. Working on a 32-bit system, you can address 4 GB of memory, out of this 2 GB is typically reserved to the Operating System and 2 GB are allowed for each user mode process, such as w3wp...
  • Tess blog

    Why I love the debugger...

    10 years ago, still in college, I started working for a company developing real-time systems for trains in Motorola HC11 assembly. Although very interesting and challenging it was a relief to later move on to some more high-level languages, but in the...
  • Prem's Weblog

    How to create System.Delegate in J#

    Creating System.Delegate in J# Single-cast Delegate Single-cast delegate derived from System.Delegate are created using the @delegate directive. The default delegate in J# are the ones derived from using...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Are water and salt the only inorganics we consume?

    Of all the naturally occurring foods/drinks that humans normally ingest, is it true that all but two of them contain carbon? In any case, these 2 are very common. Maybe there’s a candy bar I don’t know about that doesn’t have carbon<g>. (Of course...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Alex and Raymond's screencast mash-up (or Collaborative Screencasting)

    Well, the future of screencasting is already here. Internet time stuff, eh? We talked about it, so then Raymond and I went and did it . We've created two separate screencasts: his and mine . As you see there are two screencasts containing common...
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