General purpose thread pools are more complicated to get right than you may think. In CLR 4 (the next version of the VM that powers .NET), the thread pool has made some significant advances in performance and support for concurrency and parallelism.
Since V1, .NET programmers have been afforded the…
In this interview,
Greg Galipeau, Project Manager and senior consultant of RDA, discusses with
Zhiming Xue about customizing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) based solutions. With demos Greg walks through each of the three customization options -- using the SharePoint Designer tool,…
Now that Bing is live, you may be ready to give it a real shot as your default search engine, instead of just “playing” with it for fun. Switching search engines can be hard if you leave it up to yourself to try and remember to navigate to a new URL manually – old habits die hard. Instead, it’s…
In case you haven’t heard, we got a surprise today when the new search engine Bing launched two days earlier than previously expected. Not only is the URL functioning at www.bing.com but any traffic sent to the old search site at www.live.com is also being redirected to Bing. Of course, it’s too…
While Max is away our dear friend Paul stepped in and he definitely wasn't shy to voice his opinion. He's got his (very long) finger on the pulse of Microsoft...these were the beats:
And Interview with the Bing team
Bing goes live!
VPlay for Surface DJ's
Are you ready for Zune HD?
Nikhil Kothari has posted a a sample application that demonstrates a
ViewModel with MVC/Navigation in Silverlight. As an added bonus the sample uses the
New York Times Newswire API, and is running on teh Silverlight.FX framework.
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В десятом выпуске Петр Диденко и Михаил Черномордиков обсуждают последние новости в мире технологий - как глобальные, анонсы Bing и Zune HD, так и локальные, открытие библиотеки Президента и медиасайта Мариинского театра.
Также в выпуске - выход Visual Studio 2010 Beta,…
This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss the top developer news including:
- Bing - Microsoft's new search engine, via
- Follow up - Microsoft services like Hotmail and Messenger won't be renamed to "Bing Messenger"
- Behind Bing - DiscoverBing.com has information…
Nikola, previously on
showing his Shock game, is back with a new interesting project,
a Motion Capture Viewer written in Silverlight. Along with entertaining us with dancing stick figures, Nikola is also
sharing the code, what he's learned and
a primer on Motion Capture. Real 3D in action!
At the All Things Digital Conference, Steve Ballmer just announced our new search engine called
Bing. Bing is actually MORE than a search engine- we are referring to it as a "decision engine" as its goal is to help users make more informed decisions by collating