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  • Alex Barnett's blog

    That sort of thing

    Came across this cartoon by Eric Devericks yesterday, too good not share: ( Update: In case you missed it, the cartoon relates to this news .)
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Sample code to enumerate .NET Framework versions

    I found an interesting post that lists some sample code to enumerate the installed versions of the .NET Framework using APIs inside of mscoree.dll (which is the shim DLL that decides which version of the .NET Framework to load for each managed application...
  • craigrow

    Jerry Honeycutt article on Ximage

    Jerry Honeycutt has a nice article on Technet . Jerry's web site is here . There is no blog as far as I know. I think he needs one because the article is getting a lot of links from blogs.
  • Kam VedBrat

    How to get glass to show up on Windows Vista Beta 1

    One question I get asked frequently is "hey will this piece of hardware run Glass on Vista?". Working day-to-day at Micrsoft, the answer is always kind of a puzzle, depending on the hardware that is in question, the build of Windows you installed,...
  • Rico Mariani's Performance Tidbits

    Join me at PDC!

    I'm happy to announce that I'm going to be at PDC on all the conference days and that I'm going to be doing performance clinics while I'm there. These will be 30 minute sessions where you can come and ask me pretty much anything you'd like or show me...
  • Kam VedBrat

    Windows Vista Beta 1 Press Highlights

    A lot of the press comments we've recieved on Beta 1 of Windows Vista have realy exceeded my expectations. In general, I expected to see a tone of "it's ok, but wait for later betas" with respect to the user interface work we're doing. There's definitely...
  • Kam VedBrat

    TweakVista for Windows Vista

    Steve Sinchak is my favorite Windows MVP this week. Why? Because he spent some time figuring out all the registry keys that the Desktop Window Manager in Windows Vista Beta 1 looks at when it starts up. Then he created a cool little program called...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    IE7 and CSS

    I've previously mentioned the Acid2 test designed for browser developers to test against. Chris Wilson, who leads the web platform at Microsoft, provides an update on the progress IE7 is making with respect to standards (I'm quoting the whole...
  • David Wang

    Controlling network packet size from IIS/ASP.Net?

    I got this question about response packet size control... Question: Running a web app - native .NET. 2003 for server. Reports come out as garhugic (66K) packets in testing. Is there a way to control max packet size from within .NET at the program...
  • Dave Massy's Blog

    Now you know!

    If you have been wondering what IE7 will do for web developers then take a look at Chris Wilson's post on the team blog This is not a small amount of work and shows we understand the issues and...
  • [MSFT]

    Wireless on the road

    It is amazing how easy it is to get connected while on the road. Right now I am about 1/3 through my American Roadtrip, sitting in a tent near San Fransisco, using my GPRS phone to connect to the internet. Many places I have been able to use wireless...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    Web Developers will see results in IE7 Beta 2

    Today, Chris Wilson spilled the beans I've been wanting to spill for awhile -- The majority of the features (bug fixes) that will effect web developers are in Beta 2, not Beta 1 of IE. Here is a quick list of things that are addressed -- see Chris's post...
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