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  • Euan Garden's BLOG

    Another great blog, MS.COM operations

    Some really great info on logparser and 64 bit amongst other subjects in here. These guys run the 4th largest web property in the world, and they do an amazing job. Time to add the TechNet blogs community page to my aggregator methinks!
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Getting Started with the SqlCeResultSet

    Sriram Krishnan has a great post introducing the SqlCeResultSet as well as a demo of how to use it. Here is a snippet of the article: What is a ResultSet (SqlCeResultSet)? Think of a ResultSet as something that gives you the programmatic ease that...
  • John Pollard's Technical Blog

    Using SelectSingleNode (or SelectNodes) on XML where the default namespace has been set

    I've been stumped by this one at least two times over the last couple of years, so I thought it was a good candidate to be written up here. I was trying to select a node from some standard XHTML where the default namespace was set. In otherwords the...
  • John Bristowe's Weblog

    Thank You, Ottawa!

    In about 30 minutes, I'll be on my way back to Calgary. For the past three days, I've been in Ottawa for the Launch Tour . I had a really good time in Ottawa. On the first night, I got to meet all of the great folks in the local community - folks like...
  • Sriram Krishnan

    [VSD] Getting started with the ResultSet (SqlCeResultSet)

    [If you're new to device data development, read my first post in this series] Probably the biggest new thing for device data developers in VS 2005 is the introduction of the ResultSet (to be specific, the SqlCeResultSet class) in Sql Mobile. Of course...
  • John Pollard's Technical Blog

    Compulsory Introductory Post

    Just a few words about myself and the purpose of this blog. I work as part of the MSN Portal International team in London, but we have a pretty wide remit to work on lots of MSN-based software so I get to work across many different areas of development...
  • Rob Caron

    Sharing Means You Get Less

    By default, SQL Server 2005 dynamically manages its memory consumption, which is of course the recommended configuration for SQL Server. When doing so, SQL Server monitors system memory availability and grabs more memory when it needs it as long as enough...
  • Leading Trump - Pradeep U.N. & his Blog about Nothing.

    Chris Sells' Best Exam answer ever

    Coming from Chennai, south india where if you picked any 5 ppl on the road - about 3 of them would be engineers and about 4 of them would know how to code in C/C++ - this post on Chris Sell's blog entry this morning brought in a chuckle from me. Okie...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    First 4 weeks with my K-Jam

    I've had my K-Jam for 4 weeks now , so time for a quick review, as promised . PROS Size is excellent. It passes "my weekend pop in a pocket to chase the kids" test WiFi is fantastic. This is reducing my GPRS data usage by an significant amount...
  • Brad Abrams

    Errata for the Framework Design Guidelines

    We are finalizing plans to do a 2 nd printing of the Framework Design Guidelines (thanks for those of you who bought a copy)… As you may be aware, with additional printings they don’t generally like authors to add new content, but it does afford an opportunity...
  • Brad Abrams

    Framework Design Guidelines Names of Namespaces

    Continuing in the series of discussing topics from the Framework Design Guidelines … Expert from 3.3 Names of Namespaces DO use a stable, version-independent product name at the second level of a namespace name. DO NOT use organizational...
  • Community and Influencers Blog

    Happy Birthday C++

    Loved and unknown C++ is celebrating 20 years and this week is in the spotlight at Devconnection convention in Las Vegas ( ) . I found this article about adding embedded scripting to C+...
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