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One line XML files

XML can be hard to read without any formatting. The computer could care less but human eyes cannot easily see the patterns. This recently became obvious with the FedUtil program that comes with Windows Identity Foundation. All the XML ends

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Git Over It

Git is a tool used extensively for open source projects.  It is a way of distributing source control instead of the typical central repository.  History has it that Linus Torvalds himself developed the original tool. Every Git working directory is

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Disposable Devices

We are entering a very different era from our parents.  Technology is shifting from a very individual experience into a worldwide exchange.  As each wave forms, the resulting push goes further and further inland.  The goal is to reach some

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Latest Citrix Receiver for iPhone video

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Virtual Hard Disk Specification

The Virtual Hard Disk Image Format Specification (VHD Spec) has been available from Microsoft since October 2006.  You can bypass registration and download straight from here. The document is only seventeen pages long but manages to capture how it is

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Hype Cycle and Virtualization

In 1995, Gartner invented the concept of the Hype Cycle chart. It depicts the life of a new technology and how people perceive it over time. Below is the first chart displayed by Gartner in 1995. The lessons to learn

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Beyond Hardware Virtualization

Just when technology matures, a new technology rises to challenge it. In this case we are seeing the dawn of application and desktop virtualization against the well established rule of full hardware virtualization. Before getting too deep into the detail

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