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Monthly Archives: July 2006

Guide to using Ethereal

Chris Sanders is working on a series of blog posts called Packet School 101 on network traffic analysis.  It is using Ethereal, which anyone who has to debug network issues should definitely have.

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FolderSize for Windows

A cool little utility:  FolderSize

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Microsoft acquires SysInternals

Fantastic! From TomArcher: From the standpoint of someone working at Microsoft and responsible for the Windows SDK, this is incredible news. We are basically acquiring some of the best tools for that space (low-level, hard-core devs) as well as the services … Continue reading 

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WCF Hands-On Book updates to Chapters 5, 7, 9

Marc Mercuri has released updated code samples for Chapters 5, 7, and 9 of the awesome WCF Hands-On book: Chapter 5 Chapter 7 Chapter 9  

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New Laptop – Dell Latitude D820

Yesterday I got my new Dell Latitude D820 laptop.   We spec’d out something that could do some serious Windows Presentation Foundation development: Intel Core Duo T2600 (2.16GHz) 667Mhz Dual Core proc 15.4 inch Wide Screen WUXGA LCD screen – … Continue reading 

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At the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Boston

I’m at the WPC 2006 in Boston, MA USA this week.  I’m staying at the Hampton Inn Braintree (otherwise known as the hotel for people who did not register in time).  Contact me if you want to catch up!

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ServiceModelReg

In WCF, you need to register the Xml Web Services with IIS.  Formerly you did that with xws_reg.exe with -v -wsat+ command line parameters. In WCF Beta 2 however, xws_reg has been replaced by ServiceModelReg. Just like ASP.NET, you register … Continue reading 

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