I just found this page while I was searching for one of my sessions in Bing. A blogger who is blogging since February 2004, who attended Tech Ed New Zealand (2011) attuned my session and wrote good feedback about me :) The blogger is also complaning, because my session was not recorded :) This kind of news makes me always happy ;) Below is the link and the blog post": NZ TechEd 2011 Another NZ TechEd comes to an end. Not as good as previous years, no juicy Wave 14 preview goodness from 2009 or the promise of the 2010 product releases last year. Still some good presentations though - these are the ones I attended that are online - Hitchhiker’s Guide To Technical Leadership Get Out of Dodge: Migrating to Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 2011 Hack-Ed - The Attackers are coming! These guys were good value but their presentations weren't recorded - Erdal Ozkaya Jeff Johnson I can't seem to find much on Jeff Johnson online but he did a great presentation on mana... [More]
This article is about how you can redirect the applications calls in Windows, and this can be really useful if you want to debug the start up of an app that us launched by another processes . Not only that, this is also a method how “malware” writers are trying to trick the end users. Let’s say you did download a “Cracked” Game from the “underground” web site, which has a little malware hidden which can be activated later, when a specific key process has been pressed. Like usually when we press the “Shift” key 5 times, Windows will launch the Sticky Key Options, your cracked game may replace the sticky key with the virus, and after pressing 5 times the shift key in your keyboard , instead of sticky key the virus can be activated. This is a common method which is still used, believe or not !. In this article I am going to redirect NOTEPAD to CALCULATER ;) 1) Open Regedit and go to: "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options&q... [More]
This blog describes how Microsoft Learning has created and implemented a more interactive visual style featuring fun, engaging form factors to describe technology topics.
Also, on this page, we'll provide the links to the comics for you to download and share.
PS: Repost from Born To Learn
Into the Cloud , download here CLICK
2) Climbing Mt. PowerShell download here CLICK
3) Conquering Virtual Sprawl download here CLICK
4) Windows Azure download here CLICK
Looking forward to get more content from Microsoft soon ;)