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  • MWCC's WebLog

    Welcome

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    Welcome to the Windows Customer Connection Blog!
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Implications of using a helper thread for debugging

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    What it means? I mentioned in a previous post ( http://blogs.msdn.com/jmstall/archive/2004/10/10/240452.aspx ) that the CLR debugging services is an “in-process model” which means it has a helper thread running in the same process as the EE which provides...
  • Fred Pullen's Weblog

    IL N'YA PAS DE BLOG

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    I've consolidated my web presence at another site. Please check: blog.fred.pullen.com for my blog, or fred.pullen.com for my home page. If you are not redirected automatically within a few seconds then please click on one of the links above...
  • Chris Flaat's WebLog

    Come join the MSBuild team!!

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    MSBuild is one of the coolest technologies in Microsoft's Developer Division, and it also happens to be what I work on! We have a job opening for a Software Design Engineer, and are looking for world-class candidates. Here are some of the things we do...
  • Chris Flaat's WebLog

    Continued progress on our first sprint

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    Yesterday was an interesting day. It was day 9 of our first sprint (named "sprint 2" to synch with the milestone numbering we'd been using). First we had a short review of our status (not an official sprint review, just a brief "state of the project"...
  • [Profoundly Esoteric Image]

    On distributing my office whiteboard

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    OK, I'm actually going to talk about the modelling user experience for the first time. I did promise that this would be the subject of my blog and I've been a bit lax in getting around to the subject... I think there's wide agreement that sketching on...
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    Mr. patterns & practices goes to Washington (sorta)

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    I spent last week in Reston, VA (just outside of Washington DC) at the patterns & practices Summit. This was the third and final one of the calendar year and the first that was a certified sell-out. It's definitely been a gratifying experience to...
  • simon.says

    WseTrace 1.0.5

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    I have now uploaded a new version of WseTrace to a GotDotNet workspace. For those that haven't seen the previous version, WseTrace is a small utility to graphically display and manage the trace files created by WSE 2.0. It is designed to be: - Easy to...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Can my STA object create worker threads?

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    For some reason, a bunch of COM related stuff's been coming onto my radar lately, so for some reason, I've been dealing with a lot of COM related issues. Go figure this one out. The other day, I received a message from a co-worker asking me (roughly)...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Finally, a book on Privacy for Developers

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    My good friend J.C. Cannon has written the book on Privacy aimed squarely at developers, as well as IT folks. While I, and many others, focus on security, J.C. and his team address privacy issues. I think most people consider the two disciplines kinda...
  • Test Guide

    Just As, Not Less Or More

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    Kate comments on my previous blog post Why I'm An SDE/T : Writing code to break other's code is what I fascinate about. Hope I can get this kind of job in the near future. Now comes the question: When you write a tool to test other's code, what makes...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Offline Security Concerns in Light of Recently Stolen Mail

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    In the online world there will always be debates and discussions over security and privacy. What always surprises me is that everyone seems to be “up in arms” over security/privacy concerns surrounding your digital information over the internet, but never...
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