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The blog post Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 2 on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 2 on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post What's the point of passing a never-signaled event to MsgWaitForMultipleObjects? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post What's the point of passing a never-signaled event to MsgWaitForMultipleObjects? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Dangerous setting is dangerous: This is why you shouldn't turn off write cache buffer flushing on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
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The blog post Dangerous setting is dangerous: This is why you shouldn't turn off write cache buffer flushing on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
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Received a 4 star rating on the How do I revert a control back to its default theme? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the How do I revert a control back to its default theme? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Songs with every other beat removed, how to make your own! contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the How do I revert a control back to its default theme? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post How do I revert a control back to its default theme? to the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post How do I revert a control back to its default theme? to the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Songs with every other beat removed, how to make your own! to the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Saying good-bye to the original Microsoft Redmond campus on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Saying good-bye to the original Microsoft Redmond campus on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Commented on the blog post The case of the System process that consumed a lot of CPU on the MSDN Blogs.
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Commented on the blog post The case of the System process that consumed a lot of CPU on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Saying good-bye to the original Microsoft Redmond campus to the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Saying good-bye to the original Microsoft Redmond campus to the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post The case of the System process that consumed a lot of CPU on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post The case of the System process that consumed a lot of CPU on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post You'd think that with the name TEMP, people wouldn't expect it to be around for a long time on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post You'd think that with the name TEMP, people wouldn't expect it to be around for a long time on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post Issues related to forcing a stub to be created for an imported function on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post Issues related to forcing a stub to be created for an imported function on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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Received a 5 star rating on the The case of the System process that consumed a lot of CPU contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 1 on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 1 on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 4 star rating on the BOOL vs. VARIANT_BOOL vs. BOOLEAN vs. bool contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the The case of the System process that consumed a lot of CPU contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post The case of the System process that consumed a lot of CPU to the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post xkcd breaks the news on the new Windows 7 user interface on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post xkcd breaks the news on the new Windows 7 user interface on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post If the prototypes of DispatchMessageA and DispatchMessageW are identical, why have both? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Using linker segments and <CODE>__declspec(allocate(...))</CODE> to arrange data in a specific order on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post If the prototypes of DispatchMessageA and DispatchMessageW are identical, why have both? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 5 star rating on the Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 2 contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 2 contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Microspeak: Headcount, req, and related personnel terms on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post Microspeak: Headcount, req, and related personnel terms on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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Received a 5 star rating on the Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 2 contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 2 contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 1 contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 2 to the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 2 to the MSDN Blogs.
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Commented on the blog post Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 1 on the MSDN Blogs.
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Commented on the blog post Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 1 on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post Gotchas when using linker sections to arrange data, part 1 to the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the The decoy display control panel contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Dubious security vulnerability: A program that adds a user to the Administrators group in the usual way on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Dubious security vulnerability: A program that adds a user to the Administrators group in the usual way on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Sure, you can implement your own cryptographic service provider for a standard algorithm, but why would you? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Sure, you can implement your own cryptographic service provider for a standard algorithm, but why would you? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 5 star rating on the How do I kill a program that hung with an always-on-top fullscreen window? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Why does the MonthCalendar control show the wrong week numbers in Romania? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post In the state of Washington, you are allowed to turn left on a red light onto a one-way street on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post What's the deal with those reserved filenames like NUL and CON? on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
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The blog post What's the deal with those reserved filenames like NUL and CON? on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
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The blog post Why is the syntax for touching a file from the command prompt so strange? on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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The blog post Adding a <KBD>Ctrl</KBD>+arrow accelerator for moving the trackbar by just one unit, part 2: Second try on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Adding a <KBD>Ctrl</KBD>+arrow accelerator for moving the trackbar by just one unit, part 2: Second try on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Dulce et decorum est pro patria party on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Commented on the blog post What happened to the Arial Unicode MS font? on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the If the prototypes of DispatchMessageA and DispatchMessageW are identical, why have both? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Dulce et decorum est pro patria party contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post What happened to the Arial Unicode MS font? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post What happened to the Arial Unicode MS font? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post What happened to the Arial Unicode MS font? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post What happened to the Arial Unicode MS font? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Contributed a new blog post Dulce et decorum est pro patria party to the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post The case of the oplock deadlock poppycock on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post The case of the oplock deadlock poppycock on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 5 star rating on the What happened to the Arial Unicode MS font? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the What happened to the Arial Unicode MS font? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the What happened to the Arial Unicode MS font? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post What happened to the Arial Unicode MS font? to the MSDN Blogs.
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Commented on the blog post The case of the oplock deadlock poppycock on the MSDN Blogs.