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April, 2009

 individual commitment to a team effort
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    Windows 7 – XP Mode

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    Do you want to move to Windows 7 but worried about that XP application that will require some changes? Introducing XP Mode for Windows 7 What XPM actually does is allow you to run Windows 7 and XP side by side so applications that don’t run on 7 can be...
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    Windows 7 – Good press

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    Just wanted to let you know about a couple of great news articles on Windows 7: http://mediaproducts.gartner.com/reprints/microsoft/vol5/article2/article2.html http://blogs.zdnet.com/microsoft/?p=2350 On another note, a new Windows 7 Learning “Snack” ...
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    .NET services interoperability

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    As .Net Services mature greater support is being added for for REST, ATOM, SOAP, and HTTP web standards, which will allow web developers using any programming language. Recently Microsoft demonstrated .NET Services’ interoperability at MIX’09. Specifically...
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    SOA, prioritise the the “SO”, rather than the “A”

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    You may have recently read SOA’s obituary as presented by Anne Thomas. I read and identified with many of the points presented. I wanted to pick up on one point: “SOA” requires redesign of the application portfolio As Cloud Computing becomes real I see...
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    Economist Cumulus – Software plus Services

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    Thanks to Tony Hackett for some sound bites from Creating the cumulus, The Economist , 23 October 2008. “software-plus-services”, meaning that customers will settle on “the right mix of old and new stuff” Ray Ozzie, Microsoft’s chief software architect...
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    Microsoft Environment Home Page Updates and Green IT videos

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    Microsoft Green IT videos (Thanks to Bianca Wirth ) TechNet Edge Channel 9 (MSDN) Channel 10 (TechNet) YouTube Channel (Beta) Also of note is the new the Microsoft Environment home page (to include Earth Day)features: New Large Feature for Windows 7 Power...
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    Save Money on Certification – Until 30th June 2009

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    I’m going through some certifications at the moment, so can see the value in this special offer:   Until June 30, 2009, Microsoft Learning is offering MCP’s who have not attained any new Microsoft Certification Credential since July 1, 2007 an opportunity...
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    Windows Live Opens Up

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    25 ways now of adding web activities to Windows Live. The biggest being facebook! Now, the task will be to work out how to void duplication.
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    Compendium of Windows 7 Search Connectors

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    A while back I published a how to make your own Windows 7 Federated Search Connector. There is now a Federated Search Implementer's guide as I found in the Seven Forums For some ready made ones I liked: Twitter YouTube Flickr ISO Hunt MSDN Channel 9 I...
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    ExecTweets and Vine

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    A couple of pretty cool social tools appeared in beta recently…. ExecTweets is a new Twitter -powered site (sponsored by Microsoft) that provides an information-rich and curated view of well-known executives grouped by fields of expertise. The site makes...
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