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Patch Tuesday’s coming: Block Windows Update and pray we don’t get fooled again

July 2018 patches for both Windows and Office brought bugs and bugs of bugs — many of which haven’t been solved, even now. We have even reached the unprecedented stage where the .NET team openly warned people against installing buggy updates, and the Monthly Rollup previews got shoved down the Automatic Update chute to fix bugs in the primary Monthly Rollup.
July was more galling than most months because the patches caused widespread problems for many, while plugging security holes for exactly zero widespread infections.
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How to work with threads in C#

A thread is the smallest unit of execution within a process. Multithreading is the ability to have multiple threads in memory at a given time and switch among them to handle multiple operations at the same time. Microsoft’s .Net Framework provides excellent support for working with threads.
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Prepping for Dreamforce 2018: The 1 thing to do right now

Dreamforce is the king of software conferences, with over 2700 sessions this year and probably 150,000 attendees. All the full-conference tickets are sold out already, so the only passes you can get are for the show floor and the first day.
For those of you who have full conference passes, the time for homework is now. You can't actually schedule any sessions, but by logging in to the Dreamforce site you can review and bookmark them so they're easy to spot when the scheduling system is turned on.
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Summer 2018: Changing the way we work

[ Register to download the CIO Summer 2018 Digital Magazine ]
Highlights from the issue:
Cover story
Changing the way we work
Digital technologies are reshaping work at CIO 100 award-winning organizations, empowering employees to shift focus to higher-value activities.
[ Learn from your peers: Check out our State of the CIO 2018 report on the challenges and concerns of CIOs today. | Find out whether you have what it takes to be a next-generation CIO | Get weekly insights by signing up for our CIO Leader newsletter. ] Transformation Nation
Inside a do-it-yourself culture
CIO Joseph Spagnoletti extols an organizational philosophy that accentuates agility and accountability, while doing away with the familiar trappings of corporate life.
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Sorry, gamers. Magic Leap means business!

Magic Leap is finally here.
After seven years of rumors, speculation and hype (not to mention $2.3 billion in funding from major companies like Google), Magic Leap this week started selling a real product you can buy.
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The hardware bundle in detail The Magic Leap One Creator Edition is available on the Magic Leap website for $2,295. The headset weighs just under a pound and comes in two sizes based on head size and eye distance. Both sizes come with removable, variably sized and shaped nose and forehead rests. It gets about three hours of battery life.
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