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    Windows Live Messenger IM Control and Presence API Beta now available

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    Today we announced the Windows Live Messenger IM Control & Presence API availability in production – get it now for your blog or website – great way to connect with customers! - Messenger IM Control allows a user to publish their presence and...
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    Windows Live Calendar beta goes public

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    Windows live calendar uses AJAX technology, which lets you do cool stuff like drag and drop things on the page, or right-click for quick options. and the new platform also allows it to integrate better with other programs and devices (like your mobile...
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    Performance Point Server

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    Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007 is an integrated performance management application designed to help improve operational and financial performance across all departments and all levels of your organization The three pillars of PPS...
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    Local events

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    Architect Council aka arcCouncil -- Microsoft Silverlight, Expression and Meeting with Microsoft Certified Architects REGISTER! Location Date & Time Registration Microsoft Corporation – Reston, VA 12012...
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    Washington DC Area Windows Server Administrators - We need you for a Research study

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    Alright DC - Microsoft is coming to you! If you work in a large organization (1,000+ employees) as a server administrator in a Windows environment we want to talk to you. We have a team of User Researchers scheduled to be in Washington DC later this month...
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    Windows Live Dev

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    Windows Live Dev is a portal focused on developers and enthusiasts who want to learn the Live development platform and create mash-ups and participate in the Microsoft’s next generation web initiative. - http://dev.live.com/ So what is Windows Live...
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    SQL Server 2008 June CTP

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    With the SQL Server “Katmai” June CTP release, customers can immediately utilize new capabilities that support their mission-critical platform and enable pervasive insight across the enterprise. June CTP lays the groundwork for innovative policy-based...
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    Visual Studio 2008 Shell

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    If you create software development tools, you’ll want to consider building on the Visual Studio 2008 Shell. A streamlined Visual Studio development environment, the Visual Studio Shell provides the core foundation so you can focus on building your application...
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    IIS7.0 now on Server Core in Windows Server 2008

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    Today at TechEd 2007, Bob Muglia announced the availability of IIS7 on Server Core in Windows 2008 Server, starting with the upcoming CTP and RC1 releases. We've added IIS7 on Server Core as a result of a lot of customer demand to make it available on...
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    Windows Server 2008

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    Server Management The server manager gives you an overview of the running system, it includes computer-, security information and also shows us which roles and features are installed. It's also the central location to manage each of those roles because...
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    CardSpace resource

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    http://cardspace.netfx3.com/content/faq.aspx - Great FAQ
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    Server Core Deployment and management high level guidelines

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    Server core is a new minimal server installation option for Windows Server 2008. A server core installation provides a minimal environment for running specific server roles, reducing the servicing and management requirements and the attack surface for...
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    Windows Mobile Training

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    Microsoft Developer and Platform Evangelism division and the Mobile and Embedded Division (MED) will be running a series of Mobility Touchdown workshops in over 12 cities in the United States and would like to invite you to attend. This workshop is open...
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    Evaluate Microsoft's tools and technologies

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    Using the power of virtualization, you can now quickly evaluate Microsoft and partner solutions through a series of pre-configured Virtual Hard Disks (VHDs). You can download the VHDs and evaluate them for free in your own environment without the need...
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    Silverlight resources

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    Microsoft Silverlight is a new cross-browser, cross-platform client technology that helps you design, develop, and deliver media-enabled experiences and rich interactive applications on the Web. Silverlight appeals to both designers and to developers...
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    Microsoft Office Live

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    Microsoft Office Live provides Internet-based services for small businesses that lack the technology expertise, budget, or time to create a Web site and other online business tools. For developers who specialize in Web design, business process consulting...
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    Powershell Design Goals

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    PowerShell is not only a new scripting language, but a shell in which you can leverage existing scripts and knowledge. This makes the learning curve very short and experienced scripter will be able to be productive within the PowerShell environment very...
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    Server management in Windows Server Longhorn

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    There are a variety of tools, technologies and installation options that are available included in Windows Server “Longhorn” to improve the management experience of single and multiple servers across an enterprise. Server Manager Console Windows Server...
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    Introducing Microsoft Silverlight

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    Microsoft® Silverlight™ is a cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web. Silverlight offers a flexible programming model that supports AJAX, VB...
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    Big benefits. Big support. Incredible value

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    Microsoft Empower for ISVs a one year (two year optional) program designed to assist ISVs in accelerating their software development and getting to market faster. Microsoft provides unmatched opportunities and resources for ISVs to assist in stronger...
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    OnRamp: Exploring New Technologies in Web Development on the Microsoft Platform

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    View available dates and locations Overview: This two-day instructor-led depth training course provides attendees with hands-on experience creating rich, interactive Web applications using the latest Web technologies from Microsoft. Attendees will use...
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    Connected Systems

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    Today, when we build distributed applications, we have a choice of programming models. Each programming model has a different set of APIs, different feature sets, and a different core set of scenarios: • ASP.NET Web Services (ASMX) – Our current...
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    Search and Organize

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    We live in an age where nearly everything is digital. Documents, music, video, photos, and even daily correspondence—including email, faxes, and voicemail—are increasingly created, stored, and accessed in electronic form on personal computers. Combined...
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    Smart Mobility

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    When we talk by mobility we mean mobile work for or workforce that predominately works on a laptop and carry their work around Mobile PC users face challenges every day that desktop computer users do not usually confront. Desktop computer users...
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    CMAP's First Code Camp

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    Central Maryland Association of .NET Professionals (CMAP) will holding its first Code Camp on April 21, 2007. The Code Camp will be held from 9am - 7pm at the UMBC Tech Center in Catonsville, MD. CMAP user group is looking for speakers for its first...
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