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  • David Wang

    IIS7. First Major Milestone

    A large chunk of my past seven days has been spent on doing all I can to ensure that IIS7 reaches its first major milestone enroute to shipping in Longhorn Server (or whatever it will be called - Vista Server? Nah. ;-) ). Several of us easily put in...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    My Turn: Ten Insane Ideas for Microsoft

    It started with the thinkweek paper , then Dare and Adam dissected it, and Mini encouraged us all to post our own ideas for Microsoft. I like the theme so; here are my ten <insert adjective here> ideas in no particular order. As my disclaimer states...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Tech Ed NZ - SOLD OUT

    If you were looking forward to going to Tech Ed but were procrastinating - you've missed out! Thats right! We've sold out of our 2000 Tech Ed 2005 tickets in Auckland! We've still got four weeks to go too! If you are really desperate I suggest you...
  • Ben Armstrong

    -disableclose under Virtual PC

    A usability problem that some people struggle with under Virtual PC is that of hitting the wrong [X]. To explain - on a virtual machine under Virtual PC there is an [X] in the top right hand corner that can be used to close the virtual machine. This is...
  • Tripp Parks's WebLog

    Going to PDC? Register by July 30 for 15% off!

    If you register for the PDC by July 30, you save 15% ($300). See you there!
  • AdamU's WebLog

    Static Code Analysis

    I started using a tool this week that measures the lines of code (LOC) that are going into our source tree. I discovered several things that make me believe that measuring how much code we've written (along the lines of TSP or PSP) and some of the other...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Escape from Yesterworld

    OK, clearly these folks just had too much fun with this:
  • everyman: journal of a microsoft developer

    cool callbacks using shared memory

    Problem: From a client that loads many DLLs, set a callback that will be accessible from all of them but does not require additional entry points. Solution: Use named shared memory to store a function pointer. Then retrieve it at will from anywhere else...
  • Quan To's Visual Studio Extensibility blog

    Windows Vista Beta 1 (Longhorn) and VS 2005

    Windows Vista Beta 1 will be out this week. Note, the framework version in Windows Vista is the Beta 2 framework. That means only the Beta 2 Visual Studio will install correctly on it. If you try installing a later CTP, the framework version mismatch...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Debug support for arbitrary state-machines

    I mentioned here that if your language compiles to IL, then you get free debugging support with Visual Studio (and other managed debuggers). But what if you have an interpreter that can’t compile to IL? For example, suppose you load some state machine...
  • Roberdan

    Spedire una Raccomandata da MS Office

    Thx to Vincos:!1p8yhvHDlpkMm8julRN7bDCg!549.entry Da oggi è possibile spedire un documento (word, excel) di Microsoft Office in forma di Raccomandata direttamente dal proprio PC: basta scaricare un...
  • Roberdan

    Sharepoint and RSS

    thx to Point2Share: John Durant , who has an excellent and widely read blog, posted about SharePoint and RSS today after a friend asked him if he knew of any web parts. I did...
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