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Managed Debugging Assistents on the rescue

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In several projects, I’ve been heavily using COM and other interop-related technologies. The pain with these technologies is that is often very difficult to track down bugs and interop mismatches. The same applies to working with No-Touch Deployment. Problems that occur while loading the applicat...

April 13, 2006

Back from Redmond

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Just to let everybody know that I’m working on an extensive trip report. Just be patient…

April 13, 2006

Redmond, here we come…

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In the last couple of months, me and five fellow consultants have been attending Microsoft Netherlands’ Lead Enterprise Architect Program. Up to now, this program consisted of four evenings in which Microsoft consultants elaborated on how their products and components can be used in the daily cha...

March 22, 2006

Two days at the DevDays 2006

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I’ve just completed two days of intensive knowledge consumption in which I attended several sessions about all of the major .NET news for 2006. Of course, I’m talking about the Microsoft Developer Days 2006 in the Amsterdam RAI. Just to give you an impression, the guy in the purple sweater is me....

March 8, 2006

RSS feed has been fixed

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An attempt to reorganize my server with Norton Partition Magic screwed my primary partition. I had to reinstall my machine. While doing that, I managed to fix the RSS feed for my blog, so don’t forget to update your reader.

February 23, 2006