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  • Maoni's WebLog

    Using GC Efficiently – Part 3

    In this article I’ll talk about pinning and weak references – stuff related to GC handles. (I was planning on talking about finalization in this part of the “Using GC Efficiently” series but since I already covered it in pretty much detail in one of my...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Office vs Windows

    Reuters just published a 'news' item,, more of an analysis than a news item...' Is Microsoft's Office Becoming More Like Windows? ' "...the company's broader strategy is to make Office must-have software by opening up its technologies and fostering a...
  • Bing it on

    Ryan Donovan joins blogdom

    Great to see that Ryan , the Group Program Manager of our team (Commerce Server) has started blogging on MSDN . With his extensive experience with all-things-commerce, his blog will prove invaluable to anyone interested in Commerce Server and related...
  • Ryan Donovan's Commerce Server WebLog

    Who is this Ryan guy anyway?

    Some of you may be wondering, just who the heck is this guy? Well, to answer the question I will do my shameless self-promo spot here and then the subject will not be brought up again... :-) I work for Microsoft Corporation and am the Group Program Manager...
  • Ryan Donovan's Commerce Server WebLog

    Ryan Has Entered the Building

    Greetings & Happy Holidays! I just stopped to take a breadth in the middle of holiday madness - and realized it has been about six months (TechEd Europe really) since I really reached out to those outside of Microsoft. Realizing how remiss I have...
  • TS Tidbits

    Microsoft Executive Circle: Security360 with Mike Nash—Streamlining Patch Management (Level 100 - web cast)

    Tuesday, December 21, 2004 12p - 1p Eastern Recommended Audience : Technology Decision Maker. Description : Security360 is a monthly webcast series hosted by Mike Nash, senior executive of security at Microsoft. December’s Security360 will discuss patch...
  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    BOOK: Joel on Software

    Joel is good a pissing people off! Weenie armchair quarterbacks and other fanatics that are easily infuriated probably won't like this book, or Joel's other writings. A first glance at this book might give you the impression that Joel Spolsky is another...
  • James Manning's blog

    simple TcpClient echo client/server example

    I was trying to help a beginner dev that (like many early on) wanted to tackle an irc bot as their first project. They had apparently googled for C# irc and came across this code . Now, having spent a couple of my college years running my own irc server...
  • Ed Draper

    Santa was good to me this year!

    Well, I decided to burn some unused vacation time and do a little relaxing through the holidays this year. My wife, Yoshi, proved to be the most awesome incredible Santa ever ! She even came early! My long time interest in assembling a high quality replacement...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Prefer Immutable Atomic Value Types

    A great find while blog surfing today... Bill Wagner's blog . In it, I found a reference to a book he wrote and several chapters posted online. Prefer Immutable Atomic Value Types - He makes an interesting point about creating types that are immutable...
  • Microsoft Senior Sales Excellence Manager - Eric Ligman

    Tick, tock... Only 12 days left for 3 years of FREE UPGRADES!

    For any of you located in the U.S., remember to take advantage of the Windows XP Pro Rebate (worth up to $15,000) by having your customers acquire their upgrade licenses via Volume Licensing by December 31, 2004. Details on the rebate are listed at: https...
  • Antimail

    Book: Mind hacks

    This is one of the weirdest books... A collection of sample hacks is also presented online: Hack 11: Why People Don't Work Like Elevator Buttons (PDF) Hack 16: Map Your Blind Spot (PDF) Hack 17: Glimpse the Gaps...
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