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How To: Secure Your Developer Workstation

You can view some tips for locking down your developer workstation and how to work around the issues surrounding running as a limited user by reading through this helpful document: How...

Microsoft CLR Profiler / DevPartner Profiler Community Edition

John Tobler posted "Today, I just had to add a link so you can download the Microsoft CLR Profiler.  Two MSDN articles, Writing High-Performance Managed Applications : A Primer and Writing Faster M...

Ed Kaim Experiment #1

OK, Ed, I’ll participate in your little experiment ;-)“I neither agree nor disagree with Ed Kaim that blogging is overhyped, but I still want to fit in and will therefore link to Visual Studio’s Ho...

Visual Studio .NET Framework Bootstrapper Plug-in

Setup projects in Visual Studio .NET 2003 can be used to install the .NET Framework with your application, but only if you have installed the optional Visual Studio .NET Framework Boot...

Thoughts on 'Mono-culture and the .NETwork effect'

Someone posted ‘Mono-culture and the .NETwork effect’ discussing pretty much how the Linux world would come to an end if people were to adopt projects that allowed .NET on Linux (specifically Mono)...

More on DirectShow/MPEG2 Troubles

If I do the following (psuedocode): mediaControl.Pause mediaControl.GetState(50, state) mediaSeeking.SetPositions(position, AbsolutePositioning, null, NoPositioning) mediaControl.Run I get the fi...

Next-Generation Secure Computing Base (NGSCB) aka 'Palladium'

After being IM’d about the world coming to an end as we know it and Microsoft being big-brother ruling the world. According to rumors, Palladium will allow Microsoft to come into your machine and ...

DirectShow and MPEG2 Video

Partially an entry… partially a plee! I’ve been working on getting MPEG2 video files to play as one would expect using VB.NET. The files play correctly, however, when using the mediaseek function...

Windows Update Wierdness

I've been having some difficulties with Windows Update not working properly on machines in completely different locations and service providers. After a lot of research I ...

VB.NET gets unsigned types (finally!) :-)

Cameron Beccario talks about some of the additions to the VB.NET langauge for working with unsigned variable types. This includes new keywords and conversion operators, how they map to CLR types an...