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  • Blog Post: Windows Client Road Show Featuring Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 8

    Spring brings not only rain and flowers (you know, April shows and May flowers), it also brings our spring technical events. And this time our technical events are taking on a slightly different form. Okay, to be completely honest, we are still calling the sessions ArcReady (our event for architects...
  • Blog Post: IE8 - Standards Mode and IE7-Compatibility Mode

    As you all know, the Internet Explorer team has been working hard to make IE8 the most standards compliant browser around.  Unfortunately, not all web sites confirm to these standards today.  If you have concerns about your web site rendering correctly in IE8 standards mode, then there is some...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight on Skyfire

    For those that don’t know about it, there is a really cool Internet browser for Windows Mobile 6 called Skyfire .   Skyfire shows a web site on a WM device just as it looks on a normal PC browser.  The user can then pan and zoom and interact with the web page without having to deal with...
  • Blog Post: IE7Pro - The Ultimate Add-On for Internet Explorer

    I have been using the IE7Pro add-in for Internet Explorer for almost 2 weeks now and I am SO happy with its features!  As an addin for Internet Explorer, it brings a bunch of great features that I’ve missed from different browsers.  The feature list is outstanding – here are a few...
  • Blog Post: MIX 08 - Keynote Announcements

    Lots of great stuff came out of the keynote address at MIX this morning.  I plan to go into more detail later after I've had some chance to try out some of these bits, but I want to share what I observed this morning from Ray Ozzie, Scott Guthrie and a whole host of customers.  For full coverage...
  • Blog Post: Goodbye Mr. Click-To-Activate

    I'm not sure how I missed this one, but for those of you not following Tim Heuer's blog, he's recently blogged about an announcement from Pete LePage of the Internet Explorer team about an update to Internet Explorer that will eliminate those "Click to Activate" messages that have been annoying...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft ZendCon/PHP Announcements

    Microsoft and Zend announced this morning at the Zend/PHP Conference in San Francisco a couple of new initiatives that PHP and Windows developers will find interesting: First, Zend and Microsoft announced they will continue work on FastCGI and scalable PHP hosting on Windows Servers.  Specifically...
  • Blog Post: Webmaster Jam Session 2007 - a photoset on Flickr

    I just posted all my pictures from WMJ07 on my Flickr site . 
  • Blog Post: Webmaster Jam Session 2007

    I'm happy to announce that Microsoft will be sponsoring, participating and speaking at the upcoming Webmaster Jam Session 2007 in Dallas, TX on Sept 21 and 22 at the Adam's Mark Hotel downtown. This is a great event for bringing designer and developers together to talk about web application design and...
  • Blog Post: Houston TechFest 2007

    Michael Steinberg, John Ebeling and the rest of the HDNUG gang have put together a great program this year for the Houston TechFest . Brad Abrams , GM for the UI FX team at Microsoft (the folks that bring you Winforms, WPF, Silverlight, ASP.NET, and more) will be presenting a keynote address, and yours...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Labs: Project Deepfish

    If you've ever tried to view a non-mobile-compliant web page from a SmartPhone or PocketPC phone, this product is for you. http://labs.live.com/Take+Deepfish+For+A+Swim.aspx Go visit the web site, give it a try, and let me know what you think!
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