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  • MS.COM Operations Tools Team WebLog

    New Guy Likes Chess

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    Hello, there. I'm Eric, a brand new addition to the Microsoft.com Operations Tools Team. As a part of beaming into the team, I thought I would try the team weblog. For the subject of my first post, I will keep it relatively light: playing chess. I have...
  • Yves Dolce

    New Encode[System]Pointer and Decode[System]Pointer APIs

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    If you are concerned about exploits and are ready to write code that behaves differently when ran on XP SP2 or Windows Server 2003, check: - EncodePointer and DecodePointer - EncodeSystemPointer and DecodeSystemPointer
  • IEBlog

    Why I Like Windows

    • 197 Comments
    The information published in this post is now out-of-date and one or more links are invalid. —IEBlog Editor, 20 August 2012 The great thing about Windows is all the software that runs on it. Every day, there’s new software released for Windows....
  • Brian Keller

    Blogging in line waiting for Halo 2...

    • 8 Comments
    ...just because I can. I'm waiting outside the Microsoft company store and I'm #15 in line. I can't WAIT to get in, get my copy, and start playing. Honestly I wasn't planning on even coming to get a copy today, because I didn't want to fight the lines...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows CE - Drivers ?

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    Windows XP Embedded ships with around 10,000 components, approx 8,000 of these components are device drivers - Windows CE 5.0 ships with drivers for a core set of hardware reference boards - we often hear that developers need more drivers for Windows...
  • Australian Microsoft Recruitment Web Log

    The perfect CV?

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    I don’t know if there is a perfect CV and each recruiter’s idea of a perfect CV will be slightly different. But I can tell you what I like to see. A good CV is one that clearly shows me how well you are suited to the role that you’re applying for. It...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    What does style look like?

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    Building on my post on style last week. So what does "coding style" look like, anyway? Well, the facile answer is "I know it when I see it". But it's more than that. A good coding style should result in high quality self-documented code that is esthetically...
  • Being Scott Densmore

    Enterprise Library Part Deux

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    I just wanted to clear up some things on Enterprise Library. I would love to give everyone a copy of it right now, but because of some contractual obligations we can not release until January. So between now and then I will be making some posts about...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    The First few winners on the DCC Webcasts Series are available

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    Title Date First Name Last Name MSDN Webcast: Fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming for VB Developers—Level 200 10/4/2004 Jaya Kastury MSDN Webcast: Essentials Of Application Security—Level 200 10/15/2004 Shabnam Naghshineh MSDN Webcast: Geek Speak...
  • Visual Studio

    Track projects, defects and features from within Visual Studio .NET

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    PowerTrack Add-In for Visual Studio .NET - Free Single-User Installations " Axosoft PowerTrack is an Add-In for Visual Studio to help software developers track and manage application defects and features by project. Users of PowerTrack can easily view...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Halo2 Midnight Madness

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    Last night saw the launch of Halo 2 (as if you didn't know) - several stores across the US were open at midnight to give eager gamers the chance to get their copy of the game and start playing... EBGames called their opening "Midnight Madness", and I...
  • chavakiran's WebLog

    First post

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    My interests 1. c# 2. command line utilities 3. telugu 4. testing, model based testing. 5. travelling 6. ....
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