How A Criminal Might Infiltrate Your Network

Jesper Johanson’s Technet Magazine article, How A Criminal Might Infiltrate Your Network, made the Microsoft.com Home Page today. Here’s a link to the article. Very good stuff: How A Criminal Might Infiltrate Your Network One of the great mysteries in security management is the modus operandi of criminal hackers. If you don’t know how they…

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Watching the Eclipse Tonight

We took the kids out tonight to look at the eclipse through the telescope. It looked great there, not so good through my camera. Here’s a picture of the kids watching and a picture I took of the eclipse itself. It was also fun watching the eclipse pictures scroll by on the Text America web…

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Hands-on Lab Drives JNetDirect to 64 Bits

Interesting case study about how a company was able to port their application to 64-bits fairly quickly through the Microsoft Hands-on Lab here at campus. Hands-on Lab Drives JNetDirect to 64 Bits JNetDirect is an expert software component company that provides data access, security and delivery to customers with growing business requirements. When some of…

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High Performance Computing for Windows Server 2003

This is one of those notes to myself for a newly discovered page. High Performance Computing for Windows Server 2003 Some of the toughest computing challenges in the world are tackled and often solved by using high performance computing (HPC) clusters. Companies can now deploy clusters of servers running Windows Server 2003 to benefit from…

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Mobile Application Developer Toolkit

I’m working on a little Pocket PC project and I found a cool page called the Mobile Application Development Toolkit. This has all sort of links to samples, labs, and tools. Very nice resource. Mobile Application Development Toolkit The Mobile Application Development Toolkit provides all the resources you need to start building mobile applications for…

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Privacy

With news of recent hacks, the subject of privacy is one that everyone should take some added interest in. JC Cannon has written what promises to be the reference work on the subject for developers and IT pros. Check it out here: Privacy: What Developers and IT Professionals Should Know In this new book, Microsoft…

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The Security Risk Management Guide

Microsoft released a new set of security guidance today called The Security Risk Management Guide. This guide contains a lot of good information around security risk. You can find the guide online here: The Security Risk Management Guide Customers can be overwhelmed when attempting to put in place a plan for security risk management. This…

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Developer Division Leadership Blogs

Today, Kent posted a new page to the Visual Studio Developer Center that links to the blogs maintained by the leaders of Microsoft’s Developer Division. This page is a great way to find out what some of the top people at Microsoft have to say about the future of our developer tools. Developer Division LeaderSpeak…

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NewsGator Online is Free

Newsgator is now offering a free version of their online service. I’ve been a subscriber for quite a while now and I’m just as happy as can be with this service. Check it out: NewsGator Online Edition FREE to Consumers DENVER, CO — October 18, 2004 — NewsGator Technologies, Inc., the leading RSS software platform…

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Welcome Visual C++ MVPs!

Well, it’s not like they weren’t always here, but now we’ve got a place of honor for them on the Visual C++ Developer Center Home Page. Be sure to check out the full list of Visual C++ MVPs here. John Boylan has taken over as site manger for this developer center and he put a…

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