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  • Mike Poulson's Thoughts on lots of stuff

    Securing a TS connection with Smart Cards

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    Well today is going to be a busy day here at the Microsoft Enterprise Engineering Center. At about 11:30 I am going to have lunch some of the RedvsBlue people ( http://www.redvsblue.com ). Then I have the job of setting up and testing a remote access...
  • Jeromy Carriere's WebLog

    Google Deskbar as a generic shortcut mechanism

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    I thought the Google Deskbar was cool to start with (search engine wars aside), but now I think it’s even cooler. First, I used its customized search capability to add a search for weather… Then I thought how cool it would be to have a generic...
  • Aali's blog

    Kiertuetauko

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    Viime viikko meni kierrellessä Kouvolan, Helsingin, Turun, Tampereen ja Oulun opinahjoja Ilijan kanssa Imagine Cupin merkeissä. Onneksi ennen joulua ei enää ole tiedossa kiertelyä että ehtii olla kotosallakin välillä :)
  • James Manning's blog

    Pretty-printing valid xml snippet

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    It's proven useful in a couple of places, and it's pretty small and self-documenting. I had written this mainly to look at my VS settings file in a nicer way since it saves with a minimum of whitespace. private static string ToPrettyXml( string xml) ...
  • James Manning's blog

    IEnumerable<T> and interleaving of I/O with CPU

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    Not all problems lend themselves to this, but as a general suggestion, if you're handling T[] or {I,}List<T> or ArrayList or the like of items (especially ones coming from I/O sources - files, network, etc.) with a single pass, you should consider...
  • Brad Abrams

    Close and Dispose...

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    Joe has a little quiz about Close() and Dispose() Trivia: Should you call Close() and/or Dispose() on a Stream?
  • greggm's WebLog

    Whidbey Debugger pseudo-register - $user

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    Today I wanted to talk about my strangest contribution to the Whidbey debugger is a new pseudo-register -- $user. What is $user? First, I guess I should define what a pseudo-register is. Pseudo-registers are fake variables that can be evaluated in any...
  • Mike Poulson's Thoughts on lots of stuff

    Intro to Mike Poulson

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    Intro to Mike Poulson Hello I am Mike. I at ~23 years old and from good old Boise Idaho (I am not a fan of Boise ). I went to Borah and Capital High School while in Boise . High School was crap at best! Although I would give almost anything to go back...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Mark Richards joins the Aussie .NET Blogger community

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    I got an email last night from a relatively new blogger asking to be added to the Aussie .NET Blogger OPML . Let's welcome Mark Richards to the community. He has two blogs Soapbox & .NET Journey Our list keeps growing & growing......
  • Blog :: CharlieO

    Get an Audiovox Smartphone for Better than Free

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    A colleague of mine pointed this out to me this morning. You can get the latest, greatest Windows Mobile based Smartphone AND get $25 put in your pocket after rebates. There are some caveats (you have to sign up for a 2 year service plan and all of the...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    It's Alway Better Live

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    Remember those guys I was talking about a few months back? Those Mighty, Mighty Developer Champions. Well these guys present on MSDN Webcasts on the MSDN Events Online webcasts and they also present at full day live events in cities big and small across...
  • load of tosh

    CSS Quiz

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    Here's a little CSS quiz that I found courtesy of the CSS weblog (yes, there is such a thing). I got a 19 out of 20. Apparently I messed up the index of the left and right padding values. No doubt the result of years and years of writing symmetric web...
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