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A few links on Raymond Chen

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/02/09

I linked to [WayBack] the Old New Thing a lot from my blog, but never put in a few links to the author of all those posts: Raymond Chen.

So here you go:

Recurring topics on his blog:

He is on some videos to, for instance [Archive.is] One Dev Question with Raymond Chen – Why Are There 4 Functions for Converting Strings to GUIDs | One Dev Minute | Channel 9 (the actual mp4 video file through Archive.is).

You can find many more via raymond chen site:channel9.msdn.com – Google Search

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