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  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Preparing to Present in Beijing

    I made it to Beijing yesterday with no problem. There was a car waiting for me at the airport, and one of the speaker managers met me at my hotel shortly after I arrived. They even provide a loner dopod SmartPhone for use while I'm here though I'm not...
  • BizTalk Core Engine's WebLog

    New download coming

    Okay, so I don't have a link for it, but I have submitted it so hopefully it will show up shortly. I have written a paper entitled Biztalk 2004 Advanced Messagebox Queries which is designed to help you automate a lot of your operational health management...
  • manish godse's Application Insights and remoting blog

    Deprecating the Soap Formatter

    The Soap Formatter is on the path of deprecation. Starting in v2.0 of the framework the usefulness of the soap formatter would be highly limited since it will not support some of the new v2.0 framework features such as generics and the version tolerant...
  • Jason Anderson's WebLog

    Static Analysis Question and Answer

    Having trouble with the feedback section on my blog... Posting a cusotmer question and the answer... Question From Karl: re: Visual Studio Team System: Overview of Static Analysis Nice presentation. FXCop is a great tool, having such solid IDE integration...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Ooops - he did it again

    My little Brice is a child that likes to live life on the edge. In his short life he has had a broken leg, a broken arm, pneumonia , impetigo , countless cuts & bruises, but yesterday he experienced his personal hilight. He swallowed a whistle! Not...
  • Michael Stuart's Weblog

    Getting Started--Cool Kids Don't Join Bandwagons

    I've delayed starting a blog for 2 years now. I figured by this time it's no longer a fad; after all I'm too cool to just join any old fad! No, I join fads when they're well-established and on their way out. This, my soon-to-be friends, is the secret...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    The Lowly Griddle

    I just bought a Lodge cast-iron grill/griddle . I wanted it mostly because I don't have a way to get the fancy grill marks on food unless I use my gas grill (outside) which, during winter in Seattle, is a wet proposition to say the least. So I bought...
  • The Visual Basic Team

    Why does the Typed DataSet generate FXCop violations?

    For B1 we generated typed column events and event args. The Typed Column Events and Event Args have been cut and will be removed in Beta 2. The scenario will still be enabled as we’ll generate an event handler when needed in the designer. Please look...
  • Lisa Wollin

    Using script to close a window, etc....

    In a previous post, I provided JavaScript to open a page in a new window . It may sound funny, but once the window is opened, what does the visitor do when they're done with it? Generally, they can click on the red X in the upper right corner to close...
  • greggm's WebLog

    Using templates to convert calls to strcpy and other CRT functions

    Some teams, and the debugger is definitely one of them, make heavy use of the C Runtime (CRT) string manipulation functions. Before VS 2003 shipped, we spent a lot of time converting calls from the old insecure functions, to calls to the equivalent function...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Learning How to Spray Paint

    Now that I've had my HVLP sprayer for a month or so and used it on a few projects, I have some observations. To those who use spray painters all the time, I'm sure they are of the "duh" nature. To those who, like me, are just learning the benefits of...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Double Dog Data

    In my post Dog Days of Summer I told you how a stray dog had adopted my family while on vacation. I just wanted you all to know that we still have the dog, and yes we did all the prudent and responsible things that a dog owner should. It turns out she...
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