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  • Ken Levy's Blog

    Blogging from 35,000 feet to start my eastern European tour

    Right now I'm on my computer flying on SAS Airlines from Seattle to Copenhagen (on my way to Prague), it is 10:30pm PT. SAS Airlines now offers wireless high speed internet on some planes ($30US for unlimited internet for the entire flight), pretty amazing...
  • mgrier's WebLog

    The NT DLL loader: dynamic unloads

    To recap our story from last time: The NT DLL loader starts from some PE (either the main EXE or the DLL which is passed in to the LoadLibrary() API), walks the graph of static imports rooted with that first PE. You can think of the loader as then...
  • Spat's WebLog (Steve Patrick)

    A long week...(non techincal post)

    It has been a very long week. I was teaching a class all week long, and it just sapped all of my energy. Then, to top it off, I lost my smartphone . The reaction I had suprised me, since I went all this time with no cell phone at all. But - since owning...
  • Sue Loh's blog

    Windows Embedded Challenge ROCKS!

    I know I said I'd be blogging on the ce_base team blog now, but I figured my personal blog is a better place for this one as it's more personal in nature. I just finished two days of serving as a judge for the Windows Embedded Student Challenge . I had...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Embedded Student Challenge - Top 10 and Winning Team.

    From the Immerge Technologies Blog - Here's the list of top ten teams from the ChallengE Chip-de-Carpe Diem - Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology Flying Dreams - Shanghai Jiaotong University Cute Engine - Southeast University Team SAM...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Student Challenge - Coding Choices.

    I spent most of Friday talking to each of the 30 Student Challenge teams, all of the teams needed to build/code their solution using a custom Windows CE operating system image - all teams had the choice of programming language/tools for their project...
  • Marcelo's WebLog

    Just some fun with Avalon

    Did you know that the text editor in Avalon is currently implemented on the commanding architecture? Most of the keyboard stuff goes through commands - inserting text is a very interesting topic I'll save for another post. Commands are typically exposed...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    NoVaSQL June meeting

    From my friends at the Northern Virginia SQL Server User Group: The Northern Virginia SQL Server Users Group ( ) is announcing its sixth session for 2005 to benefit IT Professionals (DBAs, Developers, Admins, etc.) in the Northern...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    My old computers...

    Chris Pirillo points out Old-Computers.Com . Ah, memory lane (or lack of)...So, I'm going to bore you with a list of my first computers. My first computer - Sinclair ZX81 . Ram: 1K, although I extended this with a wopping 14K Memopak Oooh. Learnt...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Demo problem solved

    Thursday night, I had the pleasure of presenting to the Hampton Roads SQL Server User Group . During my talk I showed how you can use the new ObjectDataSource control in ASP.NET 2.0, specifically, how you can add a new DataSet object to the App_Code folder...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Upcoming Podcast: WEPOS (Windows Embedded for Point of Service)

    This coming week seems to be Podcast heavy (which is cool!) - I have a meeting with Jeff Albertson and Jason Demeny from the Windows Embedded for Point of Service ( WEPOS ) team - let me know whether you have any questions around building, deploying,...
  • Direct Reports

    Ben Hur (New Webcast)

    I did a TechNet Webcast last week called SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services: Management and Configuration . It presents a walkthrough of the management side of Reporting Services, including some of the new SQL 2005 features in this area. You can view...
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