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  • IEBlog

    Search in Beta 1

    The information published in this post is now out-of-date and one or more links are invalid. —IEBlog Editor, 21 August 2012 Hi, I’m Aaron Sauve, Program Manager focused on features relating to the Internet Explorer user interface. One of these features...
  • Visual Studio Profiler Team Blog

    Welcome John Lyon-Smith

    John Lyon-Smith, a new hire for our team, has just started up his blog. Check out his first entry on counting bits .
  • Under The Hood - Matt Pietrek

    Follow on to Raymond's post on Dr. Watson

    Raymond's post on the history of Dr. Watson is right on the money. Some additional info, since I have some somewhat close personal connection. When Dr. Watson first became available, I loved what it did. I was working at Borland at the time, and had...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Nice post about Virtual Servers 'thumbnail' API

    In the past I have posted about using Virtual Servers 'thumbnail' API to perform virtual machine automation by checking the visual contents of the virtual machines screen. Chris Smith has just posted a nice chunk of code that will take the raw data...
  • Tim Sneath

    Synchronizing Documents Across Multiple Computers

    I spend a lot of time worrying about my files, both at home and at work. I have a variety of machines in both locations, and it's a real challenge to make sure that I've got the latest version of all my files available to me wherever I travel. Over the...
  • Galex's Edge Events

    Union and Lists

    Last time we talked about built-in simple types and how additional types can be defined as restrictions of those types. Now, we will talk about the remaining kinds of simple types: unions and lists. According to the W3C spec, list types are data types...
  • Tim Sneath

    Great .NET Smart Client Blog Aggregator with BSD License

    Omar forwarded me a link to his RSS Feeder .NET sample on CodeProject - it's a fantastic example of a Windows Forms smart client app that takes advantage of many of the application blocks from the Enterprise Library , and demonstrates Outlook integration...
  • The MSDN Subscription Team Blog

    One Passport / Many Subscriptions

    One of the restrictions in our current system is that all of our account management requires a single subscription to be associated with a single login (Passport). This makes the system simple (from our end, at least), but is a bit of a pain for the customer...
  • Sriram Krishnan

    Winning an Oscar

    Within the span of 2 days, I get linked to by first Don Box and now, Rico Mariani . This has meant that my readership has increased by over 500% in the last 48 hours. To all the folks who are visiting my blog for the first time, hope you stick around...

    Events on New Orleans and Baton Rouge ...

    At the end of this month, I will be spending some time in South Louisiana and, in conjunction with Momentum , will be presenting as some free, open-to-all-who-come events in Baton Rouge and New Orleans. What will I be doing? A full day of cool techie...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    .NET Control -> ActiveX Control hosted by Office

    On Sue Mosher's amazing Outlook site , there has been a discussion about creating ActiveX controls in managed code and running them on an Outlook form . It is a completely unsupported scenario, but that never stops a dyed-in-the-wool developer. I had...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    Conférence Surfcontrol le 16 septembre 2005 à Paris

    SurfControl organise sa conférence annuelle le 16 septembre 2005 à Paris . A cette occasion, Steeve Purdham, CTO et l'équipe française SurfControl pourront débattre des besoins et attentes des entreprises en matière de sécurité mail et web ainsi que des...
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