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  • Andy Xu's weblog: Commerce Server, .net and more

    Coupon functionality provided by Commerce Server 2002 Feature Pack 1 (Part 2)

    You can read coupon function Part 1 here. Enable coupon functionality in Commerce Server runtime Commerce Server uses pipeline infrastructure to orgnize runtime components. Feature pack 1 delivers three new components for coupon functionalities...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    CLR Performance and Garbage Collection

    If you’re curious about .NET CLR performance characteristics, you’ll want to add Maoni’s new blog to your list. I know I’ll be watching. Maoni has already posted some good information on .NET Garbage Collection. For additional...
  • Mark Cliggett's WebLog

    Whidbey: opaque -> transparent

    Stuart commented on my last post - explaining how in the long run people will adjust to the new way and we'll still get to have our cake (be much more transparent) and eat it (get some bang around milestones like beta release) too. What he said is key...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    My Current Bookshelf

    People always ask me what I'm reading, so I figured I'd post a photo of the books that are currently on or above my desk. Some of these are older, but many of them are books I've either recently read or are currently referring to. This is a small subset...
  • Marco Dorantes' WebLog


    Favorites Build Providers for Windows Forms Curso Dr. Dobbs Web 2.0 and the Engineering of Trust MS Events MSDN Virtual Labs oopweb PDC Tech Roadmap Windows Live Academic Wolfram Schulte Architecture...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Opening your source

    Ok, one of the things I've enjoyed the most about blogging so far is the ability to learn about different ways people go about designing APIs and solving problems. It's opened my mind to totally new and interesting ways to do things. However, it's been...
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    Scripting Word

    Scripting Word Now, this is weird. My more recent tasks have involved working with both the Word testers and the automated testing group to iron out some ways that we can improve on testing. In particular, now that Word has a more...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Pat and John Are Blogging Again

    I keep bugging Greg about better folder hierarchy support in NewsGator . While I have some news feeds directly under my news folder ( Don Box , Dilbert , my dad ) I categorize most of my feeds into subfolders. One subfolder is for MSFT architects - my...
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    Visiting 5 Europa countries within 9 hours

    For reference, here in Europe it is most common for Europe to be referred to as Europa . Our drive yesterday started us in Germany, had us drive through Austria, northern Italy, into Switzerland, through Lichtenstein, then to Zurich Switzerland. Lichtenstein...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Keith on Software Factories

    Sure has been quiet around here. Standard end of the fiscal year craziness. Plus, I had some dogfood issue w/ XP SP2 RC1, Office 2003 SP1 beta and NewsGator. Upgrading to XP SP2 RC2 seems to have solved the problem. Regardless of the cause, I'm way behind...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    "Assessing Network Security" is released

    Kevin Lam, David LeBlanc, & Ben Smith have released a new book, “Assessing Network Security” from MSPress. To quote Ben in an email he sent, “The book is primarily aimed at security professionals new to penetration testing and IT...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    On art and the interview day

    One perk of working in a Microsoft building is viewing the pieces in the Microsoft Art Collection . Yes, that’s right. Microsoft has its own art collection and its very own in-house curator. According to the Art Collection website: ...
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