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  • White.Steve.Blog

    SxS Managed COM With Manifest Resource (WinXP and Win2K3)

    This article is now superseded by the "Registration-Free Activation of .NET-Based Components: A Walkthrough" MSDN article. Please see the MSDNography links section.
  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    My Home Office - For SB

    Since we’re showing off home offices – here’s mine. Sorry SB, I can name them all and their configurations.
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Backstage at the first ever Bill Gates Webcast on MSDN Webcasts

    So I’m sitting here backstage at our first ever Bill Gates Webcast on MSDN Webcasts . The feedback from Bill is that we should do more of these from our bigger events such as TechED and PDC. So check out MSDN Webcasts in 2005. We’re going to get more...
  • AprilR's Blog

    Introduction: A Day in the Life of a Box PM

    “Hi, I'm April Reagan - I'm a box PM for the Visual C++ Team." One of the first things that I seem to have to do, upon introduction, is explain to people what a “box PM” does. I've recently been avoiding the confusion by saying “release PM,” which seems...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    My previous life (pre-geek)

    People are often surprised when I tell them that I studied music and theatre in college, and wonder how I ended up in the technology industry. One step on that path was working for a company that build television and industrial scenery, where I learned...
  • annotated in parsing

    Wanna have fun?

    If you know what having fun means for you, tell us at (Tell them the guy on the park bench sent you. And if you are tempted to send Gretchen flowers, ... I'd wait another week or so, and do avoid daffodils, especially...

    April Reagan is Blogging

    April Reagan is a box PM for the Visual C++ team and she's one of my favorite people over in building 41. She's got a blog now and in her first post she explains, among other things, what a box PM is. Check out her blog here ( rss ). Here's a link to...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Six Sigma Green Belt Certification

    I have just completed a week-long training to get my Green Belt Certification for Six Sigma. It was a great class run by The Performance Management Group , who I happily recommend if you are considering diving into six sigma. But what is it and why learn...
  • Ben Armstrong

    The Elder Scrolls: Arena under Virtual PC

    'The Elder Scrolls: Arena' is the first game in the Elder Scrolls series - the latest of which is the fantastic 'The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind' - available for X-Box and PC. The makers of The Elder Scroll series have just recently decided to make this...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11


    I didn't mention it a while back, but I recently changed Site Managers (from Christina to Chris -- we're not that imaginative when it comes to names around MSDN). Now, Chris brings our first communal effort to bear (OK, he did it all, but I'll share some...
  • aWorkBlogByGus

    Santosh speaks...

    Santosh, who I have the pleasure of working with everyday, has posted a really interesting entry on what it feels like to be a software tester at Microsoft. Absolutely one of the most interesting and well-written posts I've ever had the pleasure of reading...
  • David Notario's WebLog

    The world is a better place if you generate verifiable IL

    If you are writing a compiler that targets IL or just emitting IL, you may find this an interesting read: The JIT compiler will always try to generate code, even if the IL is bad. From the JIT’s point of view, IL code falls in 3 categories: 1) Verifiable...
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