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  • Roberdan

    Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 Installation Guide

    This guide covers the installation of Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 and its related components, including migrating to Project Server 2003 from Microsoft Project Server 2002 and Microsoft Project Central; preparing your servers for installation...
  • David Notario's WebLog

    Jit Optimizations: Inlining (II)

    In a JIT compiler, inlining can become an expensive optimization (compile time wise): it can involve loading other classes or assemblies, doing security checks, etc... What's worse, even after doing all this expensive work, you may find out that the candidate...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-28

    OOPSLA Postings Some more blog posts from OOPSLA in Vancouver, BC: Building DSLs in VS ( Harry Pierson ) Other MSFT Bloggers at OOPSLA ( Harry Pierson ) Report from OOPSLA ( Keith Short ) We're out in the open - what tools are you going to build? ( Gareth...
  • Ulrich's SOAP Box

    Digital Photo Retouching

    I've been a digital camera enthusiast for about 4 years now. Like many people I imagine, I've used various imaging software to do basic improvements to the photos I take, like red eye removal, improvement of levels in the photo, cropping etc. I've been...
  • Brian Keller

    What's Google going to do with Keyhole?

    • 1 Comments I'm wondering what Google intends to do with Keyhole? The press release simply says, "Keyhole users will benefit from the expanded resources and operational scale made possible by the integration...
  • Omar Shahine

    MobyDock (Mac OS X style dock for Windows)

    MobyDock is a cool application. It's the best Mac OS X dock knock off I have used on Windows. The animations are smooth, and the application is just pretty. On top of that they have a nice product web page which is good sign of quality software. Crappy...
  • Survival of the simplest

    Network OS

    Recently finished working on another customer issue where an application working for a few years suddenly started failing. It was an update they recently made which broke their app. This got me thinking about the current state and future of software development...
  • Paul Andrew

    nGallery and ASP.NET Medium Trust

    Today I decided to create a family photo album web site. I settled on using nGallery (from ). The hoster I am using has a fairly locked down environment so nGallery didn’t work out of the box. Here are the things I had to do to make it...
  • Omar Shahine

    dasBlog feature: Search Result Referrers

    I have to admit, one of the more fascinating aspects of having a blog are the ways that people find it. I'm constantly amazed at how people get here. Having a good amount of Google Juice helps put some of my posts pretty high in google's results. Well...
  • Stephen Toub

    Recursive iterator performance, part 2

    On Friday I post some observations on the performance of recursive iterators in C#. Since then I've received a few emails from folks stating that, while converting the recursive iterator to an iterative iterator with an explicit stack made sense for that...
  • Omar Shahine

    dasBlog support for Newsgator Ratings

    I uploaded a patch for dasBlog 1.6 that allows you to utilize the NewsGator ratings system . This patch adds support for a new PermalinkUrl Macro. You can use this macro by adding: <%permalinkUrl%> to any of your templates. To add the rating...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    New Halo 2 Trailer

    I went to see the film Birth the other day, and was surprised to see a new Halo 2 trailer. I don't know anyone who thought the original theatrical trailer for Halo 2 was very exciting, but the new one is much cooler, with more action, snippets of in-game...
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