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+250
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The blog post Psychic Perf Analysis, or "RegFlushKey actually DOES flush the registry key" on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+50
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The blog post Recursively Deleting a directory–with long filename support. on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+250
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The blog post Ok, what the heck IS the windows audio service (audiosrv) anyway? on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the NextGenHacker101 owes me a new monitor contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+250
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The blog post Why is it FILE_SHARE_READ and FILE_SHARE_WRITE anyway? on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post Threat Modeling Again, Pulling the threat model together on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+5
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Received a 4 star rating on the Nobody ever reads the event logs… contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the What’s up with the Beep driver in Windows 7? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post Why was the ability to specify an allocator during CoInitialize removed from the system? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Why was the ability to specify an allocator during CoInitialize removed from the system? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Early Easter Eggs contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Why no Easter Eggs? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+50
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The blog post Nine years ago today (August 2000) on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+100
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The blog post Every programmer should know assembly language - part two on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+50
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The blog post Three years ago today (August 2006) on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+250
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The blog post Threat Modeling Again, STRIDE on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post "Pippin"at the Fifth on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post What’s wrong with this code–a real world example on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post A quick run through the new Windows 7 multimedia audio SDK samples on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+50
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The blog post Converting Win32 API results to std::wstring (or std::string) on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+5
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Received a 4 star rating on the Not Invented Here’s take on software security contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the It's only temporary contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+50
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The blog post Two years ago today (August 2007) on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+100
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The blog post Seventeen years ago today on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post A few of my favorite Win7 Sound features – Stream Switching on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Seventeen years ago today on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the What does “size_is” mean in an IDL file? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post What's wrong with this code, part 15 - the answers on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Checking file versions is surprisingly hard. on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post What really happens when you shutdown Windows? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+5
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Received a 4 star rating on the Recursively Deleting a directory–with long filename support. contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+250
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The blog post Does Visual Studio make you stupid? on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
0
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Commented on the blog post Converting Win32 API results to std::wstring (or std::string) on the MSDN Blogs.
0
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Contributed a new blog post Converting Win32 API results to std::wstring (or std::string) to the MSDN Blogs.
0
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Commented on the blog post Recursively Deleting a directory–with long filename support. on the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Recursively Deleting a directory–with long filename support. contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
0
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Commented on the blog post Recursively Deleting a directory–with long filename support. on the MSDN Blogs.
0
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Commented on the blog post Recursively Deleting a directory–with long filename support. on the MSDN Blogs.
0
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Contributed a new blog post Recursively Deleting a directory–with long filename support. to the MSDN Blogs.
+250
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The blog post Why should I even bother to use DLL's in my system? on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post 25 Years Ago Today (August 27th, 1984) on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post What does “size_is” mean in an IDL file? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post We're back and... on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post What comes after Quaternary? on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post Insecurity in our daily lives on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post What's wrong with this code, Part 18 on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post The Clueless Manifesto on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post What's wrong with this code, part 8 - Email Address Validation on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post Win32 on Win64 Registry support on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post Why do people think that a server SKU works well as a general purpose operating system? on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+250
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The blog post The dirty little secret of Windows volume on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+250
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The blog post Concurrency, Part 10 - How do you know if you've got a scalability issue? on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Fun with names contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+250
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The blog post Nobody ever reads the event logs… on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post Threat Modeling Again, STRIDE per Element on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Interesting commentary on Washington State's election... on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post My dinner with Bill on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Why does Windows still place so much importance on filenames? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post The C abstract machine on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Where do you go to get answers to your technical questions. on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Playing Audio CDs, part 9 - Fixing Glitches on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Somehow I don't think I'm going to see this story on slashdot any time soon :) on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post .. on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post OMG, I've been slashdotted! on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Fun with names contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post Playing audio CDs, part 11 - Why isn't my sample ready for prime time? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post THIS is what a Windows PC should look like… on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post A bedtime story :) on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post What's wrong with this code sample, the answer on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Resolution to my IE CTRL-D problem on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post Collectionz on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post Re-applying the decal on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Why hasn't Larry posted in almost a month? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post Fun with names on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post I get spam :) on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Must my service name have the name of the executable in which it's contained? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+500
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The blog post What are these "Threading Models" and why do I care? on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
+250
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The blog post Everyone wants a shiny new UI on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+250
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The blog post Nathan's laws of software on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post Sharron utterly ROCKs on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post Moving Offices on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+250
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The blog post Office Decorations on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post Reason number 9,999,999 why you don’t ever use humorous elements in a shipping product on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post Some final thoughts on Threat Modeling... on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post Another Exchange blog posted on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post The Sounds of Vista on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Seen on the TV in "Larry's Lounge" on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post COM registration if you need a typelib on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+250
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The blog post What is a BUGBUG? on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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The blog post Remember the Giblets! on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Getting started with test driven development on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!