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  • Paul Andrew

    Introdution to the Windows Workflow Foundation Rules Engine

    Jurgen Willis has written a very good introduction to the Rules Engine that is included with Windows Workflow Foundation. It has just been published on the MSDN Library. Jurgen is a program manager on the workflow team at Microsoft.
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    Windows Embedded Student ChallengE forum

    Jim Wilson with whom I've had the pleasure of working while I was in MED has started a blog / forum around Windows Embedded Student ChallengE. As the blog gets populated I'm sure participants will...
  • Thomas Dreller's Blog

    Microsoft Partner sind erfolgreicher

    IDC hat die Erfolgsfaktoren des Microsoft Partnerprogramms untersucht und kommt zu dem Ergbnis, das zertifizierte Mitglieder des Microsoft-Partnerprogramms erfolgreicher sind: Sie gewinnen nicht nur mehr Kundenprojekte, sondern setzen diese auch effektiver...
  • Cloudy in Seattle

    Right on Crossbow!

    The hot news from the WPF and Window Forms world is that the WPF/WF interoperability layer (code-named Crossbow) will be shipping together in WinFX v1.0. Check out Mike Henderlight's blog post . This is really cool for two reasons. Anyone looking...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Security Seminar - Australian track

    The Security Seminar is currently in progress around Australia. So far they've hit two cities - Adelaide and Brisbane. Rocky has put up some photos of the seminars that have been run so far. He also links to a good article on eWeek entitled "Experts...
  • Microsoft Max Blog

    Hot off the presses!

    Max now has News built-in! We've added a cool new experience to Max to help you stay on top of the latest news on technology, health, sports, and more, powered by MSN® Search Newsbot and Reuters . We’re also rolling out several improvements based on your...
  • Thomas Dreller's Blog

    Kostenloser Besuch der MIX06 in Las Vegas?!

    Cool - vorausgesetzt, man is nicht gerade als Entwickler für das Microsoft Office System in Redmond gebunden; denn wie man mit den Office 2007 Servern eine komplexe Website - beispielsweise die der XBox - betreibt, erfährt man im März eher in Las Vegas...
  • East Region Microsoft CRM Blog

    Local Event: Connected Customer Training

    These events are AWESOME. Lisa did a cool job on these sessions.. The PowerPoint she includes is well worth the price of admission. (Which is free) It comes complete with everything, including her corny jokes. <BG> This is PARTNER Training.....
  • Only Passionate People Win

    Web 2.0 Development

    I am not a huge fan of Web 2.0 hype. However, I have to agree with points that Marc Hedlund made about Web 2.0 Development . Although he's describing how Web 2.0 start-ups are developing Web 2.0 apps, these points should still be considered by other traditional...
  • Only Passionate People Win

    Windows Live Local Streetlevel!!

    You gotta try this out. Bird's eye images are so old now... Channel 9 Video Tech Preview
  • Only Passionate People Win

    Abusing Agile

    I have noticed that more and more people in software business are abusing the word agile . As a person with deep passion around Agile Development , whenever I hear a word agile from someone, my head turns immediately. But I often realize that the word...
  • Windows SideShow Team Blog

    Windows SideShow at CES (Part 2)

    The second prototype that stood out is a concept Windows Media Center remote control. This remote control is based on the Windows SideShow platform. It communicates with the PC to get TV guide updates as well as other data such as e-mails or calendar...
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