The launch of marshal-as.net

In my previous post, I talked about why I personally love C++/CLI as a solution for managed and native interop. With the launch of Visual Studio 2008, and the include of the new marshalling library, there is on part of the equation missing, I believe. On the C# side of the interop equation, you have…

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Managed and Native Interop – C# or C++/CLI?

This is a topic that I’ve been thinking a lot about lately. And I would really like to get all of your opinions as well (especially if you disagree with me). This debate came up recently (again) on my trip to Tech Ed Developer in Barcelona. If I am having to write interop code, should…

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What’s Mandatory Integrity Control?

Mandatory Integrity Control (MIC) is a cool new security feature built in to Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. It adds another "layer" of security to Windows resources (files, processes, etc.) over the usual DACL (Discretionary Access Control Lists) that we have in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. Essentially, Mandatory Integrity Control adds an…

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Tech Ed Developer (Europe)

Howdy all, I will be at Tech Ed Developer this week doing several things. First of all, I will be giving two talks: the first on Application Compatibility in Windows Server 2008 outlining the top issues developers need to be aware of when developing for it, and second, a talk on Transactional NTFS as it…

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