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  • amivora's WebLog

    Magic8Ball + Security

    Since I posted the code for a basic service/client, I’ve gotten a few requests for additional functionality, particularly the code that we used to demo the security/logging functionality Payam showed. Here’s what you do: -first of all, let’s simplify...
  • Head in the Clouds

    Reference vs. Value: Types, Passing and Marshalling

    The .NET Programming Model makes a clean distinction between Reference and Value on three different levels. These three levels interact directly, and it is important to understand the distinction. This article may be old hat to many of you, but it is...
  • devi's blog

    "Experience Designers"

    Hello World! I work as the Group Program Manager for Microsoft Expression Web Designer (code named “ Quartz ”). A few days ago a five year old asked me 'What does a W eb D esigner do' ? The definition of a Web Designer swirling in my...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog


    I will be off for the next two weeks, using up some of my vacation time to travel to Los Angeles and film next season’s knitting TV show on the DIY network- “ Knitty Gritty ." Many clever candidates have picked up on my passion for knitting and have presented...
  • Mark Schmidt's Abode

    WFPad - Viewing/Editing Workflow's in XML

    Note: This posting is for Beta 1 of Windows Workflow Foundation. For an updated Beta 2 build, please go to: Windows Presentation Foundation has XAMLPad as a tool. With this tool, you simply...
  • HeeJae's Blog

    디자인과 로직 분리하기 - WPF, Sparkle, 그리고 등등등

    윈도우 Vista - Longhorn 과 함께 많이 나돈 얘기중 하나가 WPF - Avalon 이다. 뭐 나 처럼 그냥 쓰는 사람으로썬 애플 처럼 멋진 그래픽을 OS에서 볼수 있다는것 자체만으로도 Avalon - WPF 은 매력적이기만 하다. 사실 뭐 성능 향상이나, 내부적인 구조 보다, 외적으로 멋진게 더 눈을 끄는건 사실이니까 말이다. 연기 잘하는 배우 나오는 영화 보다, 이쁜 배우 나오는 영화 포스터에 더 눈길이 가듯이 ... 하여간...
  • Security Guidance for .NET Framework 2.0

    Web Cast on Security Engineering by patterns & practices Team

    Alex Mackman, core team member, delivers Security Engineering Web Cast . In this webcast, we introduce you to the Microsoft patterns & practices approach to security that spans the life cycle of your application. These security measures include...
  • John's Blog

    Visual Studio 2005 - SmartDevice Emulator

    I recently demonstrated the new Pocket PC and Smartphone emulators as part of an MSDN webchat, and was asked by a participant if the emulators supported external USB devices. At the moment, the answer is "no", but I checked with the feature team responsible...
  • Peter Bernard's MEM Thoughts

    Java promotion

    Odd to have on a Microsoft blog, but a friend of mine just published his book on Plain Old Java Objects , or POJOs. So in case you're having trouble sleeping . . . :)
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Why can't I upgrade to Windows Mobile 5?

    My colleague Mike Calligaro has written an excellent article on the challenges around upgrading and why you can/can't get upgrades for particular devices.
  • Jonathan Keljo's CLR Blog

    Profiling API Developer Enters the Blogosphere

    Dave Broman, the main developer on the CLR Profiling API these days, enters the blogging community with this highly detailed post about using the new-for-v2 stackwalking functionality. He's promising many more articles of similar detail in the coming...
  • Rico Mariani's Performance Tidbits

    Profiling API

    I've been working with Dave Broman for many years now on assorted projects and he's just started blogging, opening with a strong article on stackwalking issues when using the Profiling API. If you're interested in using the profiling API to help you...
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