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  • Test Guide

    How High? For How Long? Using Which Foot? Data Manager

    Many tests don’t care exactly what data they are executed against. Our Data Manager uses techniques similar to those used with Execution Behaviors to manage Data Providers that generate test data. This solves with a single stroke the dual problems of...
  • Dave Massy's Blog

    Demos - VPC or Separate Machines?

    I’m preparing a few demos for my talk at TechEd in Orlando the week after next. Some of these show the differences on Internet Explorer between Windows XP SP1 and Windows XP SP2 so I need to show both Operating Systems side by side. Virtual PC is a remarkable...
  • Sue Loh's blog

    Lock Convoys and How to Recognize Them

    The problem: When using a particular application on one specific device, users noticed very bad UI response for a period of a few seconds. After those seconds, UI responsiveness went back to normal. The investigation: I used ActiveSync to drop celog...
  • Darien's Dialog..

    Sneek Peek at IIS 7.0

    I've always loved IIS (Internet Information Server), well, since version 4.0 anyway. ;-) I think IIS 6.0 is the most amazing web server we've ever built; I mean Application Pools , Web Gardens , the XML Metabase (new auditing features recently added with...
  • cjwalker's WebLog

    Adding page numbers to a paged Data View web part

    I found it hard to believe that no one had posted something on this already... I think I have heard it grumbled now and again - it's nice that SharePoint Lists support paging - but where are the individual page numbers? why do I have to click Next...
  • cjwalker's WebLog

    the 'real' essential FrontPage/SharePoint tips are here

    • 0 Comments These tips are essential for any decent customisation of SharePoint using FrontPage. FrontPoint rocks.
  • <danielma>

    TechEd 2005 Europe ...

    ... I'll be there! You can find me somewhere at the Ask The Experts booth. Feel free to visit me and to just say hello. If you make an evidence photo, I will post it on this blog...
  • James Manning's blog

    OneNote powertoy contest

    • 0 Comments I hope someone codes a nice Getting Things Done powertoy - I use OneNote for it now, and it's about a 85% fit for me as-is, but it'd be interesting to see what someone coded up for it. It's currently too good of...
  • Ken Henderson's WebLog

    Why Extended Procedures Have Inherent Performance Issues

    To follow up on the recent discussions about regular expressions in T-SQL, I thought it would make sense today to talk about why xprocs have inherent performance issues. While they provide great extensibility to SQL Server, they have intrinsic performance...
  • The Old New Thing

    When is x/2 different from x>>1?

    When x is negative....
  • Glen's old blog

    I'm Mario???

    I am Mario . I like to jump around, and would lead a fairly serene and aimless existence if it weren't for my friends always getting into trouble. I love to help out, even when it puts me at risk. I seem to make friends with people who just can't stay...
  • Brad Abrams

    CLR RoadTrip III: Alberta in June

    Well, the CLR roadtrip continues on… the week of June 13 th several members of the CLR team will be in Alberta Canada! You can catch them at the Alberta .NET User’s Group June 15, 2005 @ 11:30 AM. The team will have the same mission: Meet real customers...
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