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  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    Microsoft Architects Journal 4

    The Microsoft Architects Journal 4 has just been published in PDF format. You can get it at the MSDN download center . There look to be some very interesting articles in there that I'll have to read as soon as I get a moment. Here's a quick table of contents...
  • Being Scott Densmore

    Little Know Component Model Gotcha with IDictionaryService

    I don’t know how many people in the world this gotcha will affect but I found it very interesting after a conversation with one of the devs internally so I thought I would share the information with those of you out there in the wild. When you...
  • raphaeld's WebLog

    Windows Server 2003 SP1 (Release Candidate still)

    Windows Server 2k3 SP1 my experience: First off I've only installed it on on Virtual PC and due to the overall lack of hardware interaction I'm not experiencing the any hardware issues. That does not mean this is not a GREAT way to load up SP1 especially...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    C# vs C++

    [Update: Changed a misplaced "C#" to a "C++" in the tools section. Thanks, Nick] At the class a took a while back, the instructor asked me to talk a little bit about the benefits of C++ vs the benefits of C#, since I had worked in C++, then in C#, and...
  • Slava Oks's WebLog

    Tracking VAS in Yukon

    When we started working on the next release of SQL Server, Yukon, we realized that supportability features are keys to our success. Eventually I am planning on covering ones that are related to low level "stuff", something that many of you, I know, really...
  • paranoidmike's WebLog

    DropMyRights: incompatibility with SSL

    Mike Howard kindly coded up a neat little tool called DropMyRights (follow this link ) that lets us run an application in a "low-privileged" context - i.e. if you logon to your computer with an account that's a member of the local Administrators group...
  • Visual Studio

    Mobile and Embedded DevCon 2005 - Call For Papers

    • 1 Comments " Microsoft MEDC 2005 ( Mobile and Embedded DevCon 2005) organizers invite you to submit proposals to speak at MEDC in our conference breakout sessions."
  • The Old New Thing

    The strangest way of rounding down to the nearest quarter

    In a previous life, I wrote database software. A customer complained that one of their reports was taking an unacceptably long amount of time to generate, and I was asked to take a look at it even though it wasn't my account. The report was a vacation...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Year of the Least Privileged User

    G. Andrew Duthie asks: " Will 2005 be the year of Least Privilege ?" Scoble, seems to think that it won't be and I would probably have to agree. I do think that we all as individuals could help convert the community at large if we preach about it enough...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference (MEDC) Call for Papers...

    MEDC 2005 Call For Papers Microsoft MEDC 2005 ( Mobile and Embedded DevCon 2005) organizers invite you to submit proposals to speak at MEDC in our conference breakout sessions. MEDC is one of Microsoft’s most important annual technical training events...
  • Dariusz quatscht

    3 Methoden...

    Dirk hatte die Idee der 3 Methoden Webcasts. Hierbei handelt es sich um kurze Webcast von einer maximalen Dauer von 30 Minuten zu diversen Themen die man so im Alltag häufig antrifft. Es werden einfach immer 3 Vorgehensweisen dargestellt um ein bestimmte...
  • Dariusz quatscht

    SQL Server 2005 Webcast Serie

    Wie bereits Angekündigt gibt es nun die Links zu den einzelnen Webcasts rund um das Thema SQL Server 2005 aus Entwicklersicht. Allerdings hat sich eine Änderung in dem im Terminplan ergeben. Der Reporting Service Cast findet nicht wie geplant am 24.2...
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