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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Don Box - Sound Test.

    ok, here it is, the Don Box sound test over on MSDN Channel 9 – we were recording a session on giving a great demo and I wanted to make sure the sound was ok before recording the interview, I’m not sure Don wanted me to keep this snippet,...
  • Mark Schmidt's Abode

    Creating Multiple Input Maps for BizTalk Server 2004

    When you create a new map in BizTalk Server 2004 through the Add New Item menu in Visual Studio .NET 2003, you are presented with a 3 pane window. On the left side is a link that says "Open Source Schema". Clicking on this link will open the Select Artifact...
  • Joe Davies

    Updates to Network Access Protection white papers published

    Two white papers available from the Network Access Protection Web site have been updated to reflect the new plans to include Network Access Protection technologies in Windows Server "Longhorn," the next version of the Windows Server operating system and...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Extracting Public Key Blobs

    (Updated 12/3/04 for code refactoring ) Before letting another two months pass, its time to once again update the managed sn.exe port . Today's update adds three modes, each of which allow extraction of a public key blob from various sources: Flag Description...
  • Joe Davies

    New FAQ for wireless LAN support in Windows published

    A new Frequently Asked Questions About Wireless LAN Support in Windows article has been published that provides answers to the most frequently asked questions about 802.11-based wireless LAN support in various versions of Microsoft Windows. Question sections...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    FTP Sample Using Whidbey (.NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2)

    I recently needed to upload a bunch of images via FTP. This gave me a perfect reason to write some code using the new FTP classes in Whidbey. Very nice, I must say. Below is the source code for anyone needing to grab a directory and dump a bunch of files...
  • Jesper snackar dynga då och då. Här är beviset.

    Random randomness

    This summer I was looking to buy an MP3 player. I wanted something simple & cheap. My only requirements was that it would have a flash card slot and FM radio, and that it'd be small. The only place I was planning ot use it was at the gym. I ended...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    What's your coding style?

    Larry Osterman has a breadth and depth of knowledge about many things, specifically Microsoft and technology related as he has been working at Microsoft for 20 years now. He recently wrapped up his excerpts on coding style with a post about his own coding...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    Interoperability Webcast Month - January 18 – February 11, 2005

    With over 40 Webcasts on: why it matters to the business, common strategies and methods, and guidance on specific implementation scenarios between the major platform players, this is going to be quite a comprehensive series. You can pre-register for the...

    KB Article: Migrating a Custom AppWizard

    Freshly updated and just what I needed for a little project that I'm working on. :) How to migrate a Visual C++ 6.0 custom AppWizard to a Visual C++ .NET custom wizard This step-by-step article describes how to migrate a Microsoft Visual C++ 6...
  • frankgo's WebLog

    The Dead Blog Pool

    So I hear there’s a dead blog pool out there – LOL way to go, I guess we deserve it. But hey we’re trying… It was pretty cool to get so much feedback on my first post, very encouraging. Thanks to Lora I now understand a little more about the science behind...

    Slashdot Picks up on Visual C++ 2005 Express

    Slashdot is linking to the Visual C++ 2005 Express page in a new entry. I'm finding the comments rather interesting. Take a look here: Microsoft Offers Beta of Visual Studio 2005 nanodude writes "According to DimensionXC, Microsoft is offering a...
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