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by Timo Kunze
Use undocumented parts of the Windows Vista list view API to enhance your application.
by Shai Raiten
TFS API Part 29 – TFS Impersonation What is TFS Impersonation? TFS Impersonation is a feature that was introduced in TFS 2010 in order to allow a process running as User A to make web service calls to TFS in such a way that TFS thinks the actions are being performed by User B. A long time ago I w
by Gil Fink
EF Feature CTP5: Inheritance Scenarios with Code First Fluent API

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by Marco Bertschi
A short example how you can programmatically lock the computer using user32.dll.
by M Sheik Uduman Ali
Recently, while working on one of the Windows Azure migration engagement, we were need to have a simple and portable utility scripts that manipulate on various Windows Azure Storage (WAS) services APIs like “Get all blob metadata details from selected containers”.  This is further enable
by Nikola Breznjak
TL;DR: See it in action here or here, and official site here. Spritz - change the way people read and make communication faster, easier, and more effective. So, there has been a lot of buzz about this lately and today I too got my API key to test this out. I must say that using Spritz is […]
by Vipin Kumar Mallaya G
Multi-process application - Create your own tabbed application container.

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