Japanese version of January 2007 issue now online

You asked for it; you got it!  The January 2007 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available online in Japanese (that’s in addition to the other 10 languages currently available). -Stephen

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Happy holidays!

Happy holidays from all of us at MSDN Magazine. -Stephen

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Linking to the current issue in your language

We’ve received several requests recently to make it easy for folks with blogs or other Web sites to link to whatever is the current issue of the magazine, and to do so in their preferred language.  As such, we’ve put up a new redirection page that provides this behavior.  Simply link to http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/currentissue, and you’ll…

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Where there were 7, now there are 10

Starting with the November 2006 issue of MSDN Magazine, the magazine content went online simultaneously in 7 languages.  This month, with the January 2007 issue, we put up 10 languages!  So in addition to those we previously had (English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, and Simplified Chinese), the January 2007 issue is now also…

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MSDN Magazine January 2007 now available online

The January 2007 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available online.  This issue is chock full of great content, a large chunk of which focuses on developing for Windows Vista.  Chris Corio starts off the feature well with an in-depth look an User Access Control (UAC) and what it means for you when moving your apps…

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Running ASMX Web Services on STA Threads

ASMX Web services in ASP.NET run on MTA threads from the thread pool.  That’s great, unless your Web services are using STA COM components and you’re running into performance issues resulting from all of your Web service calls queuing waiting for the STA thread to become available.  Jeff Prosise, in his Wicked Code column from…

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