May, 2008

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About Radius of Rainbow

The postings on this blog are provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confer no rights. These are my individual personal points-of-view and the posts and comments by the participants in no way represent the official point-of-view of Microsoft or any other organization.
Ok. So now that we've got this standard disclaimer out of the way, let's talk. I'm a curious geek who loves music, software and outdoors. So obviously I enjoy Seattle and working at Microsoft. Over the last few years I have worked on WinFS and Sql Server. Currently I own some cool new features in Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server.
Though this blog is hosted on MSDN and I'm a techie to the core, I don't intend to write a whole lot about my day job here. Rather this would be a place for me to get away from the zeros and ones and look at them from some distance.

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    The famous last lecture

    A truly moving lecture by Prof. Randy Pausch of CMU. This guy has incredible story telling skills. He kept reminding me of of Richard Feynman particularly during the first part of the lecture. Coincidentally Feynman lost his life to cancer too… ...
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    Now it's PC's turn to take a shot at Mac.

    I'm a new soul I can do this strange world hoping I could learn a bit about how to give and take But since I came here felt the joy and the fear finding myself making every possible mistake :)
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    Naive Joel on Mesh

    Joel's blog is one of the best resources on the net for software development. I find myself agreeing with him most of the times but his latest post on Live Mesh didn't come out to be as insightful as some of his others. If you take out his histrionics...
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