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Denis Gobo

Troubleshooting Blocking 101 on SQL Server - 0 views

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    Troubleshooting Blocking 101 on SQL Server
Jack Wong

Charlie Calvert's Community Blog : LINQ Farm: Covariance and Contravariance in C# 4.0 - 0 views

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Jack Wong

Charlie Calvert's Community Blog : CodeRush Xpress for C# - 0 views

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Joel Bennett

Cloud Computing Tools Team (aka: the Windows Azure blog) - 0 views

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    Windows Azure is the new platform for "Cloud Computing" from Microsoft. It's an auto-scalable virtualized hosting environment...
Jack Wong

Windows Vista Team Blog : Why 7? - 0 views

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    Windows7 is NOT Windows 7.0 ...
Joel Bennett

Touchless SDK - CodePlex - 0 views

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    The Touchless SDK enables developers to create multi-touch based applications using a webcam for input. Yeah ... touch without touching. The main idea: to offer users a new and cheap way of experiencing multi-touch capabilities, without the need of expensive hardware or software. All the user needs is a camera, which will track colored markers defined by the user.
Joel Bennett

SharedView - Microsoft Connect - 0 views

  • Anyone can share, and the person sharing can give control to anyone else.
  • To start a session using this program, you must sign in using a Windows Live ID
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    Like Netmeeting: share, review, and update documents with multiple people in real-time. Anyone can share, and the person sharing can give control to anyone else.
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    A fast, easy way to share your screen or collaborate on documents with small (up to 15) groups of friends or coworkers...
Joel Bennett

SyncToy v2.0 Download - Microsoft.com - 0 views

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    Based on components of the Microsoft Sync Framework ... supports complex scenarios like combining files from two folders in one case, and mimicing renames and deletes in another case... can be installed by non-admins *if* the Sync Framework is preinstalled
Joel Bennett

XmlLite Introduction - Light XML parser for C++ - Microsoft - 0 views

  • XmlLite works with various versions of the Microsoft C++ compiler, but the samples in the documentation have been validated only with Visual Studio 2005.
  • XmlLite works with any Windows language that can use dynamic link libraries (DLLs), but Microsoft recommends C++
  • if you want to use it with other languages, some additional work may be required.
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    The XmlLite library allows developers to build high-performance XML-based applications that provide a high degree of interoperability with other applications that adhere to the XML 1.0 standard. XmlLite works with any Windows language that can use dynamic link libraries (DLLs), but Microsoft recommends C++. XmlLite comes with all necessary support files for use with C++, but if you want to use it with other languages, some additional work may be required.
Joel Bennett

Introducing the Anti-Cross Site Scripting Library - ASP.NET Forums - 0 views

  • Cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks exploit vulnerabilities in Web-based applications that fail to properly validate and/or encode input that is embedded in response data.  Malicious users can then inject client-side script into response data causing the unsuspecting user's browser to execute the script code.  The script code will appear to have originated from a trusted-site and may be able to bypass browser protection mechanisms such as security zones.
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    Asp.Net forum post announcing the Anti-Cross Site Scripting (XSS) library from Microsoft, with links to downloa.d and documentation
Joel Bennett

IdentityBlog - Digital Identity, Privacy ... - 0 views

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    Microsoft's number one identity blogger.
Denis Gobo

ASP.NET Hacks - 0 views

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    Awesome collection of ASP.NET hacks
Denis Gobo

SQL Server Programming Hacks - 0 views

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    This is a collection of SQL hacks, right now we there are 8 sections and between 70 and 80 hacks.
Denis Gobo

Ordering directories by creation date using LINQ - 0 views

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    Ordering directories by creation date using LINQ
Joel Bennett

Microsoft Watch - Web Services & Browser - Internet Explorer: A Browser Breaks - 0 views

  • Enterprise IE adoption dropped from 88.7 percent to 78.7 percent in 2007 with gains mainly going to Firefox, according to a new report
  • Firefox's overall enterprise adoption nearly doubled, to 18 percent, in 2007. IE 7's share climbed from about 10 percent to near 30 percent during the same time frame.
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      So Firefox doubles, and IE7 triples, and somehow this is a bad thing for IE? I'm confused.
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    IE6 is at 70% in enterprises, and IE7 at 30% ... and yet, according to Microsoft Watch, Firefox is at 18% and Safari at 2.4% How can this be?
Joel Bennett

Windows: A Monopoly Shakes - Microsoft Watch - Operating Systems - 0 views

  • Windows' enterprise adoption declined 3.7 percent, going from 98.6 percent in January to 94.9 percent in December. Mac OS gained 3 percent, going from 1.2 to 4.2 percent in the same time frame. Linux gained 0.5 percent in 2007.
  • Apple, with its enterprise share growing threefold
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      Yeah, that's more like it -- they're going to be reporting 300% growth in the enterprise, I'm sure.
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    Windows use in the enterprise (it's traditional stronghold) has declined almost 4% to about 95% in the last year ... It's just a tiny sliver, but the real question is: is it enough to make Apple start catering to their enterprise customers?
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