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  • MSDN Student Flash

    AOL Instant Messenger, a Better Alternative?

    I still think ICQ is by far the superior IM client, but unfortunately the rest of the world doesn't agree. It was back in my later high school days that I decided to switch from ICQ to AIM, because that's what all my friends were using and the sole purpose...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Security Education in School - Yay!

    From the Seattle P/I this morning ( ) Microsoft awards grants to professors Microsoft Research's University Relations Group has awarded 10 grants of $50,000 each to help university professors across...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    Séminaire TechnNet : Sécurité de la plate-forme messagerie Microsoft Exchange Server 2003

    Ce séminaire vous propose un tour d’horizon des problématiques de sécurité d’une plate-forme de messagerie Microsoft : protection contre les virus, le spam, le chiffrement et la signature électronique des messages, la confidentialité des échanges (Digital...
  • FrontPoint

    Selecting unique values in a Drop-down list using the Data View Web Part

    I posted awhile ago about how to select unique values for tabular data views, but I have now received a few emails asking how to do it for drop-down lists. It is almost the exact same code, but apparently this is confusing enough to warrant a different...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Faster Syscall Trap redux

    Raymond has a funny historical article about how Windows made system calls on 386 processors. What he left out was the 286 version of this story. Microsoft and Intel had a similar meeting to the one that Raymond described with the 386, but in that case...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    MEDC Behind the scenes...

    James Pratt owns this years Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference (MEDC), there’s a ton of work that goes into arranging one of these events from signing up speakers, making sure we have (excellent) content, arranging the keynote, the web site...
  • FrontPoint

    Use a drop-down control's onchange event to navigate to pages dyanamically

    I have seen this come up a few times lately and I feel like I'm just typing the same thing over an over, so I'll post it here. I'm sorry I am being so bad about posting lately, I am going to try to do better. The goal of this article is to use an XML...
  • Franci Penov

    Google Maps

    Google Maps is one slick web application. It's very fast and the interface is quite intuitive. On the other hand, searching for One Microsoft Way is definitely showing the wrong place. :-) Couple more complaints: Searching for my home address shows nearby...
  • Scott Wiltamuth's Visual Studio blog


    The athletic club that a lot of MS employees belong to recently started a Dodgeball league, and we have a C# team. The name of our team is "try catch". It's been a good break from Whidbey to run around and act like a 10-year-old at least once a week....
  • Santomania

    Is Gmail ramping up for a release?

    Gmail has become very generous with their invites lately (I have 50 invites available on my account, and I don't even use it that much). Obviously they want to increase their volumes by an order of magnitude or more... I wonder if this means that a release...
  • oliverlu's WebLog


    -- 我有 50 个邀请权! -- 我也有! 真是太变态了!
  • Scott Wiltamuth's Visual Studio blog

    Back from vacation

    I returned yesterday from vacation, a week-long trip to Hawaii with my wife and kids. We lived in Honolulu from 1997-2001 and it was our first time back. During most of the VS 2002 development (C# 1.0), I telecommuted from Hawaii. I feel very fortunate...
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