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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 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 […]
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Multi-process application - Create your own tabbed application container.
by Member 8888914
A short example how you can programmatically lock the computer using user32.dll.
by 0x7c00
Here I will show how to emulate Windows Hot Patching and how to use this mechanism to redirect the execution of a custom procedure, in a temporary or permanent way.

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