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  • Andrew May's WebLog

    OneNote import Managed Assembly: Customizing How OneNote Launches

    Here’s still more functionality packed into the OneNoteImporter assembly : You can also modify how OneNote starts by using the following methods of the Application object. These methods ‘wrap’ command line switches that customize...
  • rajra's WebLog

    RPC Debugging - Do you use it?

    The Visual Studio C++ Debugger since VC6.0 have had this feature called RPC debugging. It was turned off by default and is present somewhere in Tools | Options [|Debugger] What does it do? Well, COM has provided hooks for debuggers that enable them...
  • Erik Dibbern Röser


    På utallige opfordringer genoptager jeg hermed mig blog. Faktisk havde jeg aldrig besluttet mig for ikke at skrive i den - det skete bare grundet "arbejdspres". Er sikker på at I alle kender den situation... Undskyld til alle de som kom forgæves - håber...
  • janok's WebLog

    Microsoft Norge og Partnere

    Det siste året har jeg hatt en intern mailling-liste jeg har benyttet til å kommunisere med utvalgte partnere. Med jobb som PGM (Partner Group Manager) i Microsoft Norge har jeg behov for en rask kanal for å distribuere relevant informasjon...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Toolbar icons in Pocket PC 2003 Second Edition

    Someone asked in the .NET CF newsgroup about why icons sometimes disappear from their .NET CF form's toolbar when running on Pocket PC 2003 Second Edition. Here's the reply from a developer on the .NET CF team: Hello Ben, The problem is due to a...
  • Rule's Roost

    Data Protection API (DPAPI)

    I've noticed that some recent blog entries talk about the new .NET framework supporting Data Protection API. What is the Data Protection API? The DPAPI is used to hide secrets like connection strings and user credentials that are typically stored in...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Passwords, Passphrases, and validation

    In my old blog , I wrote about a post by one of my Microsoft colleagues recommending the use of passphrases rather than passwords for Windows security. One problem that I've run into with using passphrases (or long/complex passwords) is that some applications...
  • Herb Sutter's Blog

    An update to the C++/CLI draft

    An interim updated snapshot of the C++/CLI draft standard is now available: C++/CLI Language Specification (Working Draft 1.5, June 2004) Related links: C++/CLI home page on MSDN Visual C++ home page on MSDN
  • Herb Sutter's Blog

    A new article on C++/CLI

    Kenny Kerr announced a cool article he wrote about C++/CLI on MSDN: C++/CLI: The Most Powerful Language for .NET Programming
  • Being Scott Densmore

    More IServiceProvider

    Damien Morton gave me a pointer to his blog about IServiceProvider. More good stuff J . For all those out there that are paying attention, I know that this pattern of usage can and does lead to singleton use… and given my rant about singletons...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

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  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Phone Number Challenge update

    I'm back from a month sabbatical/paternity leave. Due to popular demand, here’s an update of the phone number problem, with a web site from which you can try the algorithm A while ago, I posted a blog about a sort of informal programming...
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