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  • Windows Vista's Guided Help

    Guided Help - feedback

    Hi there, I'm kicking things off here for the team. My name is James Finnigan and I'm a developer on Guided Help. We have a few people on the team and you'll probably get to know them more as they post in this space. Now that beta 2 is out there and...
  • SharePoint Apps: Alexander Malek's weblog

    So long TechEd (and thanks for all the fish)

    Just about to take off for Seattle – finally catching up on a week’s worth of email backlog :). Overall, TechEd was a blast. It was great to be able to show off SharePoint Designer to so many people. Thanks to everyone who came by after the sessions or...
  • Ravi's Blog


    I am a Software Design Engineer working for the Greenhouse Team at Microsoft. Currently i work on Microsoft Knowledge Network which ships with Office 2007 Server. I intend to use this blog to talk in detail about KN Server and how it relates to SharePoint...
  • One Louder

    When are you least productive?

    Anthony blogs about productivity and time-of day here. I find it interesting that the time of day folks are the least productive is the time of day I am most likely at the gym. Trust me, I have my highs and lows, but at 2:16 on Monday/Wed/Friday (usually...
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM Team Blog

    Filling in the black hole of doc feedback

    Anyone who has send feedback has probably felt like they were throwing a rock into a deep, dark, pit. You listen for a while for the clink that means you've hit bottom. Sometimes you hear it, sometimes it takes so long that you step away from the pit...
  • Visual C++ Team Blog

    IDE Feature Work

    Hi, my name is Ameya Limaye and I am a developer on the VC++ IDE Team, working mainly on the Intellisense, Browsing and Editor feature areas. Prior to this I was on the VC++ Compiler Team. I would like to take this opportunity to discuss several of the...
  • Rico Mariani's Performance Tidbits

    MSDNWiki beta is live!

    • 5 Comments I'm super excited about this little guy. I did a similar thing internally for just performance comments and it never caught on. Making all the docs there commentable is a stroke of genius. Not...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Stop banging your head!

    I think most developers out there can empathize with me on this one. It’s 1:30 in the morning. You’ve been cranking code all night, the midnight oil is burning, Conan is wrapping up on the TV in the background, the Dunkin’ Donuts * coffee is wearing off...
  • BorisJ's Blog

    Interop Chalk Talk - The Slides

    Upon request, I am posting the slides to my chalk talk. It's especially useful as I am not sure how these slides get included on the Tech-Ed DVD. I had a great audience for the talk, and it's really important that our team get the message across that...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Windows CE Shared Source Contest

    If you've read my power toy FY07 goals , you may have noticed the part about a power toy coding competition. I'm still in the very early stages of thinking about this, but fortunately there's already another team way ahead of me. Check out the Windows...
  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    A ring tone adults can't hear

    Have you heard about this? The irony is that it's an offshoot of a "teenager repellent" security device. Poetic...
  • .NET Security Blog

    CLR Inside Out: Using Strong Name Signatures

    Mike Downen , our CLR security PM, wrote the CLR Inside Out column this month in MSDN Magazine on strong name signatures. He covers what strong name signatures are, what they're good for, what they're not good for, delay signing, and test signing. I just...
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