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The blog post My namespace importing trick imported the same three namespaces into each top-level namespace, yet it worked? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 4 star rating on the How do I create a disabled checkbox for a listview item? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the What are the odds that two pull requests get completed at the exact same time? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post The MIPS R4000, part 11: More on branch delay slots on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Optimizing <CODE>BitBlt</CODE> by generating code on the fly on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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Received a 5 star rating on the How do I create a disabled checkbox for a listview item? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the How do I create a disabled checkbox for a listview item? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post If you say that your buffer can hold 200 characters, then it had better hold 200 characters on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Contributed a new blog post How do I create a disabled checkbox for a listview item? to the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post What does Ctrl+Enter mean? It depends on whom you ask on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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The blog post A process inherits its environment from its parent, and the consequences of this simple statement on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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Received a 4 star rating on the If you say that your buffer can hold 200 characters, then it had better hold 200 characters contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Stupid C++ namespace tricks on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post Maintaining Notepad is not a full-time job, but it's not an empty job either on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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The blog post Maintaining Notepad is not a full-time job, but it's not an empty job either on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post Maintaining Notepad is not a full-time job, but it's not an empty job either on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Maintaining Notepad is not a full-time job, but it's not an empty job either on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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The blog post Maintaining Notepad is not a full-time job, but it's not an empty job either on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post Maintaining Notepad is not a full-time job, but it's not an empty job either on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 5 star rating on the Hey, is there somebody around to accept this award? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Those Year 2000 disaster preparedness trucks were originally there for a different reason contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Maintaining Notepad is not a full-time job, but it's not an empty job either contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Misdirected security vulnerability: Malformed file results in memory corruption on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Why does my mouse/touchpad sometimes go berzerk? on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
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Received a 5 star rating on the Maintaining Notepad is not a full-time job, but it's not an empty job either contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the Maintaining Notepad is not a full-time job, but it's not an empty job either contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post The MIPS R4000, part 15: Code walkthrough on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Commented on the blog post Stupid C++ namespace tricks on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the How do I create a SAL annotation for a structure with a variable-length array? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the How do I create a SAL annotation for a structure with a variable-length array? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 3 star rating on the Misdirected security vulnerability: Malformed file results in memory corruption contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post The MIPS R4000, part 10: Trampolines and stubs on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 5 star rating on the Why is Windows Compressed Folders (Zip folders) support stuck at the turn of the century? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Stupid C++ namespace tricks on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 4 star rating on the Stupid C++ namespace tricks contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the Stupid C++ namespace tricks contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Stupid C++ namespace tricks to the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the Why is Windows Compressed Folders (Zip folders) support stuck at the turn of the century? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Why is Windows Compressed Folders (Zip folders) support stuck at the turn of the century? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 5 star rating on the What's the difference between CreateTimerQueueTimer and SetThreadpoolTimer? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the When MSDN says <CODE>NULL</CODE>, is it okay to use <CODE>nullptr</CODE>? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post For a brief period, Windows 95 could run Windows 3.1 in a virtual machine on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Why can't FindWindowEx find another program's window by name? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Commented on the blog post Why can't FindWindowEx find another program's window by name? on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the For a brief period, Windows 95 could run Windows 3.1 in a virtual machine contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post On the difficulty of getting pixel-perfect layout in Win32 dialog templates on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Microspeak: ZBB, recall class, glide path, and RTM on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Why does my shortcut to a nonexistent file end up with spaces changed to underscores? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Contributed a new blog post Why can't FindWindowEx find another program's window by name? to the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Why can't FindWindowEx find another program's window by name? to the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Avoiding deadlocks when cancelling a thread pool callback, part 1: External callback data contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Why does my shortcut to a nonexistent file end up with spaces changed to underscores? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post See you at Build 2018 next week on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 4 star rating on the On the difficulty of getting pixel-perfect layout in Win32 dialog templates contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 3 star rating on the Microspeak: ZBB, recall class, glide path, and RTM contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the Why does my shortcut to a nonexistent file end up with spaces changed to underscores? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post After all, it's called a hotkey, not a hotcharacter on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Avoiding deadlocks when cancelling a thread pool callback, part 1: External callback data on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post The seasoned pianist's guide to musical collaborators on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 5 star rating on the Microspeak: ZBB, recall class, glide path, and RTM contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Microspeak: ZBB, recall class, glide path, and RTM to the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the After all, it's called a hotkey, not a hotcharacter contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the After all, it's called a hotkey, not a hotcharacter contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post After all, it's called a hotkey, not a hotcharacter to the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post After all, it's called a hotkey, not a hotcharacter to the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post How to avoid accessing freed memory when canceling a thread pool callback on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post How do I print non-error messages during compilation? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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Contributed a new blog post See you at Build 2018 next week to the MSDN Blogs.