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Received a 3 star rating on the When I change the icon in my shortcut, why doesn't it update on the screen? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the Using an intermediate library to make the main library retargetable contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Using an intermediate library to make the main library retargetable to the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post Coming to the completely opposite conclusion on Windows versions on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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Received a 5 star rating on the When I change the icon in my shortcut, why doesn't it update on the screen? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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+100
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The blog post Have you made any assignments in this space? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post Why does the debugger show me the wrong function? on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+250
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The blog post Why is breadth-first searching better for file system tree walking? 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 I saved some files into the Program Files directory, and now they're gone! contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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+500
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The blog post Summary of the recent spate of /3GB articles on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
+250
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The blog post WM_KILLFOCUS is the wrong time to do field validation on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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Contributed a new blog post Microspeak: move the needle to the MSDN Blogs.
+50
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The blog post Debugging walkthrough: Access violation on nonsense instruction, episode 3 on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post Rules can exist not because there's a problem, but in order to prevent future problems on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post The Windows 95 I/O system assumed that if it wrote a byte, then it could read it back on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post Microspeak: DRI, the designated response individual on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post Insightful graph: The ship date predictor on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+100
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The blog post Insightful graph: The ship date predictor on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+50
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The blog post I saw a pinvoke signature that passed a UInt64 instead of a FILETIME, what's up with that? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post Handy delegate shortcut hides important details: The hidden delegate on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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+50
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The blog post If you are going to call Marshal.GetLastWin32Error, the function whose error you're retrieving had better have SetLastError=true on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post p/invoke gotcha: C++ bool is not Win32 BOOLEAN is not UnmanagedType.Bool on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post Crashes in the I/O stack tend to occur in programs which do the most I/O on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post The ARM processor architecture: Somebody else's introduction on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post The changing fortunes of being the last program on the Start menu on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post Why does the taskbar icon for grouped windows change to something weird? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+100
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The blog post The ARM processor architecture: Somebody else's introduction on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+50
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+100
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The blog post The Itanium processor, part 8: Advanced loads on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post The Itanium processor, part 9: Counted loops and loop pipelining on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post Why does Outlook use a semicolon to separate multiple recipients by default? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+5
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Received a 4 star rating on the How do I enumerate remembered connections that are not currently connected? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post What is the point of FreeLibraryAndExitThread? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post The case of the auto-hide taskbar on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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The blog post From Microsoft's mail room to the board room on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post The C language specification describes an abstract computer, not a real one on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+250
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The blog post What does 1#J mean? A strange corner case of the printing of special values on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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Contributed a new blog post The ARM processor architecture: Somebody else's introduction to the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post The ARM processor architecture: Somebody else's introduction to the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post The changing fortunes of being the last program on the Start menu to the MSDN Blogs.
0
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Contributed a new blog post The changing fortunes of being the last program on the Start menu to the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post Why don't I get a Caps Lock warning balloon any more? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+5
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Received a 4 star rating on the Debugging walkthrough: Access violation on nonsense instruction, episode 3 contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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+100
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The blog post GetParent, just as confusing as EnumClaw, but it's an actual function! on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the The Windows 95 I/O system assumed that if it wrote a byte, then it could read it back contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+5
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Received a 4 star rating on the The Windows 95 I/O system assumed that if it wrote a byte, then it could read it back contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 3 star rating on the Rules can exist not because there's a problem, but in order to prevent future problems contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Rules can exist not because there's a problem, but in order to prevent future problems contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Insightful graph: The ship date predictor contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Microspeak: DRI, the designated response individual contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Insightful graph: The ship date predictor contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Microspeak: DRI, the designated response individual to the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Insightful graph: The ship date predictor contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the The cultural anthropology of getting on a bicycle contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Insightful graph: The ship date predictor to the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Handy delegate shortcut hides important details: The hidden delegate contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Handy delegate shortcut hides important details: The hidden delegate to the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the I saw a pinvoke signature that passed a UInt64 instead of a FILETIME, what's up with that? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the I saw a pinvoke signature that passed a UInt64 instead of a FILETIME, what's up with that? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post How can I tell that a directory is really a recycle bin? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the The changing fortunes of being the last program on the Start menu contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+250
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The blog post Pranksters breathe a sigh of relief: There will never be a Building 7 on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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Received a 5 star rating on the TEXT vs. _TEXT vs. _T, and UNICODE vs. _UNICODE contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Is there a way to specify an icon to appear next to a menu item via the resource template? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the Why did Win32 define BOOL as a signed int instead of an unsigned int? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the p/invoke gotcha: C++ bool is not Win32 BOOLEAN is not UnmanagedType.Bool contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Why does the taskbar icon for grouped windows change to something weird? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+5
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Received a 4 star rating on the Crashes in the I/O stack tend to occur in programs which do the most I/O contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+500
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The blog post What's the difference between WINVER, _WIN32_WINNT, _WIN32_WINDOWS, and _WIN32_IE? on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the The ARM processor architecture: Somebody else's introduction contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+250
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The blog post Waiting until the dialog box is displayed before doing something 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 Crashes in the I/O stack tend to occur in programs which do the most I/O contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post What's so special about bitmaps and DCs? on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Crashes in the I/O stack tend to occur in programs which do the most I/O contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 3 star rating on the Crashes in the I/O stack tend to occur in programs which do the most I/O contribution on the MSDN Blogs.