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  • One Louder

    Its Prime Wine

    A few weeks ago, I stopped into Chili's with a friend for a beer. I noticed a wine store next door called “Grape Escape” (no web site to link to but they are in Crossroads Shopping Center) and loving wine as much as I do, I went inside. Just...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    JScript .NET Type Coercion Semantics

    Stan Lippman has started an interesting series of blog entries on how Managed C++ determines which function foo to call when you call foo(bar) given that there may be several visible functions of that name in the current scope. That's quite coincidental...
  • Rob Caron

    Now Blogging: Jim Presto

    Jim Presto [ RSS ], a tester on the Visual Studio Team System source control team (aka Hatteras), has started blogging. Jim joins a prolific group of source control bloggers, including Buck Hodges , James Manning , Chris Rathjen , Korby Parnell and Jason...
  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    Behind the Scenes at Tech•Ed in Canberra

    As Frank mentioned here . Michael and I will be making a video for Channel9 at Tech•Ed this year. I'm in the pre-production phase today, going through some ideas for a very corny opening. If you're going to be at Tech•Ed then keep an eye out...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Updated the headlines on the VB Community page today...

    • 5 Comments I added a little blurb at the top asking folks to send in any ideas they have for this page, please use it... I try to scan the community sites regularly but I'm certainly missing a lot of stuff. If you see something...
  • Peter Stern's WebLog

    From pixel pusher to stakeholder

    I’m often asked how designers can gain credibility and influence on the product development cycle. To move from PhotoShop Jock, to someone who can influence the products your team builds, you’ll have to think like a business owner and apply...
  • Brian Keller

    "Heated" discussion

    It's time I threw my two cents into the air conditioning discussion from Dan's blog (see ) So I think what this discussion thread is really missing is a mention of cost/benefit analysis...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Interview with Alfred's Mother...

  • The C# Team

    What is the equivalent to regsvr32 in .NET?

    Where you once used Regsvr32 on unmanaged COM libraries, you will now use Regasm on managed .NET libraries. “ Regsvr32 is the command-line tool that registers .dll files as command components in the registry“ “Regasm.exe, the...
  • shawn's blog

    Dancing in the Streets: Revolution with a Smile

    How cool is this idea? Happy 'em till they fold...B-) I spent most of my political life as a Republican. While that's a little hard to imagine now, I have sufficient experience...
  • Luke Nyswonger

    BizTalk Server 2004 Product Documentation Updates

    The Microsoft BizTalk Server documentation team is pleased to announce the release of the RTW+3 documentation set for BizTalk Server 2004. The documentation update package includes updates to the programming guide, operations topics, bug fixes, and modifications...
  • WebTransports's WebLog

    Http.sys and the XPSP2 Firewall

    Larry Osterman of the WMC Team has a three part blog series about what he needed to allow http.sys to open ports and get through the Windows XP SP2 firewall. Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
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