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  • Steve Rowe's Blog

    Approaches To Unit Testing

    I recently was involved in a discussion about unit testing. I'll simplify the issues. There are many more aguments each way and the area is more complex than presented here. I will lay out the supposed advantages and disadvantages of side of the issue...
  • Shy Cohen's WebLog

    Program Management

    My name is Shy Cohen and I’m a PM. Program Management is similar to project management, but has more to do with the planning and execution of the project than with people management. In Microsoft, a Program Manager (most commonly known by the acronym...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Want to work on the best team at Microsoft?

    No offense to my Microsoft counterparts, but the Developer Evangelist team is the place to be for an outgoing, quirky, passionate, developer with deep technical knowledge and strong presentation skills. I'd like to announce an opening on this team in...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    Addictive technologies

    There are things that are striking with their pure usefulness, and leave you wonder how you managed without in the past (and makes you panic to the idea of find yourself without in the future!). In fact, the last 10 years were especially rich of those...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Candy Corn is *the worst* Halloween candy

    In our team meeting this week, Jay Roxe , the beloved VB Product Manager was nice enough to bring in some Halloween candy. But alas poor Jay brought what is, in my opinion , the absolute worst Halloween candy there is - candy corn . The nice and well...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    IOD: The Ultimate Customer Pimping Company

    Jackie, from CoC , responded to my quick comments about open source marketing and touched on how Tivo was pimping out their customers as opposed to letting them share in common marketing goals. Here is what she said: "TiVo *could* have open-sourced their...
  • Love that ASP.NET and SQL Server

    Installing VS 2005 Beta 1 Refresh with Team Server

    I spent the better part of my day a couple of days ago helping out someone having problems installing Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 Refresh with Team System. It was such an experience that I decided to blog about it. I began with 2 VPC images (cause I found...
  • WebTransports's WebLog

    Wininet Cache Issues

    Jeffdav's weblog has an entry on why view->source sometimes stops working and why you get forced to save some images as bmp when they really aren't. While you are waiting for the fix, the workaround we use on the Longhorn Wininet team is to lower our...
  • Stephen Toub

    Recursive iterator performance

    Just got back from a very successful week at WinDev in Boston. Not only was the conference good, but it was great being back in Boston for the Red Sox victory. Lots of folks at the conference asked me if I was a Yankees fan as I currently live and work...
  • Michiko's Blog

    Halloween weekend

    One of my favorite seasons in US is Halloween season. I like haunted house, I love horror movies so Halloween is just perfect for me. Couple of days ago I went to see a scary movie called "The Grudge". It was PG-13 so I kind of underestimated it but the...
  • shawn's blog

    Oh... My... God...

    Who's going to help me convince the powers to have TechEd and/or the PDC in Tampa Bay this year so we can ride this thing? I mean hey - ther site's using, right??? This spring, Busch Gardens...
  • BCL Team Blog

    FileStream internal buffer and some non-intuitive behavior [Ravi Krishnaswamy]

    I recently came across a bug in FileStream’s internal buffer where the behavior is non-intuitive, so I thought I would discuss it. Filestream uses one internal buffer for both reading and writing (scary but memory efficient). Unfortunately, this means...
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