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  • GavinGee's Blog

    recognise this???

    • 0 Comments similar to the post earlier... Microsoft and Software as a Service
  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    Writing Provider Independent Data Access Code (Screencast)

    Do you need to write data access code that executes against databases from mutliple vendors? Are you currently using SqlClient or OracleClient directly? Watch my screencast on the new Provider Independent Model that’s introduced in ADO.NET 2.0. -Marc
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Security Code Camp materials posted

    Just wanted to post a quick note that we've posted the materials from this past Saturday's Security Code Camp on the Mid-Atlantic Code Camp web site's Downloads page...just select the October 29th, 2005 entry from the drop-down. I'll be posting pictures...
  • Rob Caron

    Load Testing Team Foundation Server

    Brian Harry , Team Foundation Server Product Unit Manager, had a post last week that I meant to blog about, but I forgot. In it, he reflects on load testing Team Foundation Server and how to determine its user capacity. In fact, as part of our dogfooding...
  • m | power

    Versus vs boring

    Admittedly, the titles of the last couple posts are misleading. Habits and Things aren’t in combat or anything; Neither are Getting Things Done and First Things First. I’ve just found that contrasting the different principles of Getting Things Done...
  • Yves Dolce

    Programming with Concurrency talks at the PDC....

    From , those talks are quite interesting if you're interested in multithreading and/or making your application more responsive: FUN302: Programming with Concurrency (Part 1): Concepts, Patterns, and Best Practices...
  • Jose Luis Calvo Salanova

    Domain Specific Languages

    A domain-specific language (DSL) is a programming language designed to be useful for a specific set of tasks, in contrast to general-purpose programming languages. Wikipedia A couple of weeks ago I had the oportunity of assist to an event here, in...
  • m | power

    Habits vs Things

    One of the challenges that I and many others face with David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD) is that the number of next actions, someday/maybe items, and lists in general seems to be out of control. Mr. Allen recognizes this to some extent and encourages dividing next actions into lists by context. Ideally, this means I should only have to look at the next actions for the context I’m in. But of course, to make the right decision and do the most important things will require changing context (g...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Microsoft Announces 'Live Software' Initiative

    Microsoft announces Windows Live and Office Live. These point the way Microsoft is going in the future, but the technology is live RIGHT NOW....
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Waveland experience from an emergency doctor assigned to Waveland, MS in the early days following Katrina

    The experience below comes from an emergency doctor who went to Waveland, MS with the North Carolina –State Medical Assistance Team from the Carolinas Medical Center. This blog post has moved to
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    More Attack Surface Reduction in IIS7

    As y'all know, the attack surface of IIS6 is low because: It's not installed by default When you do install it, it serves up static files only All user interaction is handled by a low-privilege process But there is still quite a bit of...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    MCE WPF Application and Article -- Impressive Prototype!

    Casey, from brains-N-brawn , has written an article that describes his experience with Avalon and MCE, along with the Windows Media Player SDK. His inspiration is largely a cloning exercise -- you can read the article to find out the details on what he...
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