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  • .NET Security Blog

    The Difference Between the Strong Name Hash and Hash Evidence

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    The System.Security.Policy.Hash class allows you to make security decisions based upon the hash of an assembly using the HashMembershipCondition . That sounds awfully similar to how strong names are calculated ... According to ECMA partition II section...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    Today is Feb 28th

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    Just a gentle reminder that we expect the descriptions to be submitted today. So those opf you who haven't done so, pls take the time to do so now. Thanks!! Keep it simple, keep it brief. For those who have already submitted - thanks a bunch. It's been...
  • Stephen Toub

    When (a+b)+c != a+(b+c)...

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    In a discussion of C# this weekend, someone said (a+(b+c)) is the same as ((a+b)+c) when a,b,c are all primitive data types, like int, float, double, etc. In pure math, sure. In code, not necessarily. First consider System.Int32 and the following example...
  • All About Interop

    Java and .NET interop via MSMQ

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    Java apps running on Windows can connect to MSMQ via JNI....
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Modeling vs. Visualization

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    Javier got me thinking when he left a comment to my square peg model post. I'll get to intended semantics of class diagrams in another post, but I wanted respond to the latter part of the following comment: I suppose you are assuming that the Class...
  • Matthew Huynh Blog Site

    ISA2004 SP1 and Windows Server 2003 SP1 on SBS2003

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    ISA2004 SP1 as RTM'd and will be available to customers for download soon. Remember that you will need to configure your network manually as the networking wizards in SBS2003 RTM doesn't support ISA2004 on SBS. SBS will be supporting ISA2004 SP1 in our...
  • Tom Miller's Blog

    Two (Three?) new Managed DirectX applications I've recently discovered..

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    First, NASA's World Wind.. If you haven't seen this, you should check it out here: http://worldwind.arc.nasa.gov/ Second, I noticed two new games from Sand Lot Games that are in the MS Partner Pack .. Both of these games are written in Managed DirectX...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    obj.Equals(obj) returns FALSE? For remoting objects this is TRUE!!! Confused yet?

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    RemoteObj obj = (RemoteObj)Activator.GetObject(typeof(RemoteObj), " http://localhost:2222/remoteobj "); // Prints "does not work" Console.WriteLine("Remote: Equals " + (obj.Equals(obj) ? "works" : "does not work")); There's a very logical explination...
  • Michael Rys

    StylusStudio interviews me

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    StylusStudio, in their ongoing series of interviews interviewed me a couple of weeks ago and have now published it on their website . And I received the opportunity to plug SQL Server 2005 , my co-authored XQuery book and my weblog :-). Thanks to the...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    What's a Code Camp?

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    If you haven't already experienced one, or talked to folks who have, you might be a little confused by my cryptic announcement that I'll be posting info on the Mid-Atlantic Code Camp soon. To further whet your appetite, take a look at the Code Camp Manifesto...
  • Mark Fussell's WebLog

    WSE 2.0 SP3 Released to MSDN

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    WSE 2.0 SP3 has just been released on MSDN here . There are no additional new features just stress, perf and security fixes plus some other less significant fixes. Typically just the last two SPs are left on the download site, but we have decided to keep...
  • Live Search

    MSN Found

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    So, we’ve been reading some interesting posts lately about MSN Found . It seems that people are taking us a bit too seriously and have a not-so-accurate perception about what it’s really about. The campaign is simply meant to be an alternative way to...
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