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  • manish godse's Application Insights and remoting blog

    Keeping state in remoting

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    Remoting does support stateful connections. You could use singleton or client activated objects to keep object state. This object state is not persisted however. If the server appdomain is unloaded all remoting state will be lost. Not only will the state...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Pocket PC Phone

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    I got a hand-me-down Pocket PC Phone from Kartik. (Thanks Kartik!). It's the HTC Wallaby (aka O2 XDA, or T-Mobile MDA, etc.). HTC doesn't advertise itself much, but they make just about every Pocket PC-based phone out there. This device has replaced...
  • Marcelo's WebLog

    New looks, new content a-coming

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    Nifty, nifty new look on the website. I'm unsure about the link colors, but I suppose I'll spend some time playing with them over the weekend. By the way, before I post a bit more on data transfer, I have a nifty Avalon typography sample coming down...
  • David L's Blog

    Congratulations Wai Kee!

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    I just wanted to say congratulations to my good friend and .NET El Supremo, Wai Kee Tang, on getting his MCSD.NET stripes this week. Well done matey, I know how hard it is to get through these exams the old fashioned way. BTW, I think you have an evil...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    My Suggestions for GotDotNet

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    In light of Jim's announcement , I've posted some suggestions that might help to improve the next generation of tools for GotDotNet.
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    What Snew?

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    In What I'm doing these days I mentioned all the stuff I was doing beyond being a dev lead. I was spending 4 hours a day deciding which bugs we should fix. In Ask Mode you have to go through all this extra work just to fix a bug: Prepare the...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Ferments are personal

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    Updated "What I'm Reading" in the sidebar. I'm playing with various fermented foods, but I'm keeping the topics in my personal blog . If you're interested, go there... Sandorkraut is my hero!
  • David L's Blog

    Go you Hoary Hedgehog!

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    I think it was Dolemite who so eloquently put it, "Way down in the jungle deep, the bad ass lion stepped on the lions feet!". Well, I'm not looking to step on anyones feet, but I'm certainly keen to see how my new hoary hedgehog holds up as an OS. ...
  • One Louder

    Free Tablet PC apps

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    Gotta love free stuff! I'm just starting to truly appreciate my Tablet PC...using OneNote to take notes in meetings is huge for me. One step closer to becoming paperless. Anyway, there are some new apps to download if you have a Tablet. I installed them...
  • The Design-Time Developer

    Calling all Northeast Wisconsin .NET developers!

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    Those of you who attended the Appleton, WI MSDN Event this past Tuesday will recall the brief discussion at the end of the day about interest in a .NET user group in the area. Since there was a group in the past, and by the show of hands there was clearly...
  • One Louder

    Apprentice Recap Coming

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    I'm behind on the Apprentice recaps, I know. I watched last weeks episode while it aired (you know for actual entertainment...I guess I was encouraged by Erin's departure) and out of sheer habit or a subconscious feeling of general disgust (pick your...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Are Windows Mobile Smartphones too big ?

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    Today I took delivery of my new Windows Mobile Smartphone, this is a clamshell device which I was hoping was going to fit into my pocket - much to my surprise it's slightly larger than expected. - Mike
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