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  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Raise the speed limit even further with AMD and Microsoft

    At the AMD/Microsoft Tech Tour 2005, you’ll gain valuable insight on: · — How to capitalize on customer opportunities with AMD processor-based solutions for: Gamers Prosumers, power users, and digital content creators Mainstream users...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    eWeek 64-bit Desktop Special report

    Website:,1738,1425416,00.asp Content: HP to Double Up on Dual Cores The computer giant plans to offer dual-core chips from Intel and AMD in its business desktops. x64 Adds New Dimension to Windows Microsoft...
  • Glen's old blog

    Sometimes nothing beats a whiteboard

    Imagine you showed up to one of the Microsoft offices in Redmond with a question on CLR compatibility like "Will my .NET 2.0 apps work on the 1.1 runtime?" Imagine that instead of being handed a white paper or given a URL, they actually walked you back...
  • Dave Glover "Down Under (Oz)"

    Implementing Security for Apps with VB.NET or C# Self Paced Training

    Hey cool, see there is a new Self Paced Training Kit out for .NET - thanks PaulT (now at KAZ) for pointing this out!! MCAD/MCSD Self-Paced Training Kit: Implementing Security for Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Visual C#...
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    June letter on Visual FoxPro web site

    This month's letter contains information about Microsoft's roadmap for Visual FoxPro, new content on the Visual FoxPro Developer Center, and various VFP community news.
  • Dev Notes

    VS 2005 : On Demand - For the Developers

    No Doubt about this...Developer feedback is most valuable factor for MS always. Now VS 2005 is going to have few new features according to the developer feedback on MSDN Labs. Some of those cool features according to InfoWorld : 01. Improvements...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    My favorite error code

    Yesterday I'd mentioned X.400 OM error codes. Originally, the primary message transport for Exchange was an x.400 transport (this changed with Exchange 2000). At one point, one of the Exchange MTA developers told me about his favorite x.400 error code...
  • Aaron Marten

    Interface of the Week

    I've decided to start a new feature that should be of some assistance to all of you out in VSIP land. It will be called "Interface of the Week". My goal is to feature a new interface from Visual Studio that you can use to write the next great extension...
  • KMorrill's WebLog

    File versions for .NET Framework and Visual Studio

    I am in the midst of working on a plan for how file versions will be revised as the Whidbey versions of .NET Framework and Visual Studio are developed. The team I am working with is very curious whether any customers directly poke at file versions inside...
  • NETNew WebLog

    Download Indigo and Avalon Beta 1 RC

    Two pre-release components of Longhorn are now available for download at "Indigo" is the codename for Microsoft’s unified programming model...
  • Test Guide

    Show Me Yours: Application Internals

    Details regarding how data is pulled out of our application’s internal data structures and other parts of the system environment are factored into an Application Internals model. This isolates knowledge about where data is found and how it is accessed...
  • Eric Jarvi

    VSTS Tip: how to validate deployment designer diagrams

    VSTS has diagramming capability - with the ability to actually validate the diagrams. The validation only applies to deployment designer diagrams. Make sure the diagram is open and then select the validate command from the context menu on the designer...
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