is one of the main developers on CLR security, and you should read what he has
to say or else he’ll make the command-line help for caspol even more verbose in the next release. He often comes to see
bad movies with me.
was one of the main developers on the script engines and we still work together
(somewhat) on Office programmability, although we are in separate sub-teams. He
is one of the most prolific (and witty) writers I know, although he is cheating
by recycling old internal e-mail threads in his blog 😉 If I did that with my Google posts,
I’d have a blog from here to next Tuesday. Eric also watches bad movies and
knows far too much about late 20th century B-grade horror movies (and a lot of
other things, to boot!)
I’ve only met Raymond
Chen once (I think), but he knows a ton about the history of Windows (and
other things) and has a very funny writing style.
knows everything about everything and writes very long, very detailed posts
with more information than you can poke an entire bundle of sticks at. Learn
much you will from him.
that has nothing to do with .NET as far as I can tell. He’ll make you laugh
supplies the roof over my head, and is a guru on all things setup-related.
I’m sure the other blogs here are really cool; I just don’t
have infinite time to read them.