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  • sano the super geek

    Ian Griffiths interview on TheServerSide.net

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    via TheServerSide.net: Ian Griffiths on his upcoming Avalon book and more .
  • edjez's WebLog

    CAB, Offline, and Domain Dependencies

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    One question we are getting is - how will offline relate to CAB? How are we making sure that an application built with both presents a consistent architecture style? Is there a dependency? So here we go: First of all, the Offline Application Block...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    More press coverage of NOT running as an administrator

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    Ryan Naraine has written a nice article for eWeek about non-admin security in XP . He notes that Microsoft will be promoting Least-privileged User Accounts heavily in Longhorn, but that you can enjoy their added security right now – if you know where...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Did you know... What C# books to read

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    I asked around on the C# team what they recommend reading… Getting started Anders, Scott & Peter – The C# Programming Language Eric Gunnerson – A Programmer’s Introduction to C# Other favorites Troelson – C# and the .NET platform (Apress) Liberty...
  • Betsy Aoki's WebLog

    You were present, but were you there?

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    Note: This post has been edited to reflect Doug Seven's inherent greatness. His site was actually the first .NET Web site in the world prior to Gotdotnet in July 200 - Microsoft's first .NET Web site was Gotdotnet in November 2000. Hugh MacLeod of...
  • マイクロソフトのディベロッパー製品で楽しむ方法

    前のバージョンの.NET Frameworkと共存できるか?

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    さて、C# Expressをインストールすると必然的に新しいバージョンの.NET Framework (バージョン2.0)がインストールされてしまいますが、既に以前のバージョンの.NET Framework、バージョン1.1や1.0が入っている場合は 安全のために アンインストールなどしたほうがいいのでしょうか?もしくはアンインストールしないでインストールすれば、勝手に上書きされて2.0になるのでしょうか? 素朴な疑問ですが、誰も自分のマシン環境を不安定にしたくないので、インストールは安全に行いたいものですよね...
  • Because we can

    Trustworthy Computing through Trustworthy Practices

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    Today I read a newsgroup post by an academic at my former university, who I know reasonably well, and who I used to work for. In that post, he talks about things that Microsoft has done to him, and how he views Microsoft today; the fact that the subject...
  • VB.Net and other things

    Running V1.1 and V1.0 apps in 64bit mode.

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    As you may noticed from my previous post loader treats v1.0 and v1.1 managed executables as 32bit only regardless of the ILONLY flag. The main reason for this is that before v2.0 there was no way to express that an executeble has or does not have dependencies...
  • MSDN Ireland News

    In Galway this evening? Come on down to the Harbour Master Hotel...

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    In a couple of hours I'll be heading off down west for the first Galway meeting of INDA . Paul Fallon will be giving a talk on Visual Studio 2005 and C# 2.0in the Harbour Master hotel at 7pm. Paul has promised to make the talk demo-heavy, so you can get...
  • Steve Cook's WebLog

    UML & Design World

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    Last week I spent at UML & Design World . I did several sessions. Monday: I co-led a tutorial with Jack Greenfield on Software Factories. Monday: I moderated a panel session on "Approaches to Model Driven Development", with Jack Greenfield ...
  • Federated Infrastructure

    This account must be valid before continuing

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    So I am working with a federated customer, attempting to put Exchange Server 2003 into an agency-level administrative group. All the permissions at the 5.5 Org, Site and Config levels have been validated, the domain was an in-place upgrade and everything...
  • .NET4Office

    June CTP Drop: Some changes to dynamically added controls

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    We made a couple of small changes to our dynamic controls support feature--this is the feature where at runtime you can add new managed controls or host item controls to the document--like a button or a NamedRange. Two changes: 1) There is now a...
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