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  • A Freaky Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog

    My first shift and upcomming ones

    Well I had my first shift today as an Expofloater at the CRM booths. I was there from 12:00 till 3:00 and had some interesting conversations with partners and customers. I will be posting things about that onhere as an item. The next days you will find...
  • SharePoint Apps: Alexander Malek's weblog

    Welcome to Office 2007 and SharePoint Designer!

    Now that beta2 of Office is out (grab it here for free!), I think it's a great time for me to switch over from talking about FrontPage 2003 to SharePoint Designer 2007 . In case you hadn't heard, a few months back we announced that Office 2007 would include...
  • XAML Chick

    WinFX on Vista and what to expect from Vista (Q&A)

    When will the final WinFX bits be available? WinFX is included as part of the Windows Vista (the new operating system from Microsoft). So if you buy Vista , starting in November 2006 you will receive WinFX. At the same time, WinFX will be made broadly...
  • michal.Log

    New version of TFS Msscci provider is coming soon

    Brian Harry has announced coming release of the new version of Team Foundation Server Msscci Provider. In this release we have included: support for SQL Server Management Studio and MS Access 2003 (with Source Code Control Add-in) enhanced support...
  • Steve Clayton

    IT Capabilities Assessment: free download

    I got chatting with a Microsoft partner on Friday about the People Ready Business Campaign and how we can help organisations understand the implications of investing in software. I remembered the IT Capabilities Assessment tool we launched a while back...
  • A CRM Riff

    Meeting the CRM Bloggers and New Microsoft CRM Users

    I spent all day talking to MVPs, ISVs, partners, customers about the excitement surrounding Microsoft Dynamics CRM. There are so many people blogging about this new product that is version 3.0. Yesterday I stood for almost five hours straight. Today I...
  • Steve Clayton

    When did the web become ubiquitous?

    I had a day of wandering around London today and started trying to notice companies who don’t have a web address – it’s pretty hard to do! I first used the web at university where I wrote a dissertation on how the web would impact education...
  • Andrew Whitechapel

    VSTO 'v3' CTP Released

    As you can imagine, we're working hard on the early stages of our Orcas release of Visual Studio. VSTO is the one SKU of Visual Studio that is closely aligned with Office. So, as we make our CTP (Community Technology Preview) releases between now and...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Code Camp 5 Sessions

    In case you haven’t registered make sure to sign up as space is becoming limited. Also, we have started to post up some of the sessions and they can be found here .
  • Joe Stegman's WebBlog

    WPF/E Download Size

    I’ve seen a few posts, including this one , where folks are wondering about WPF/E "size". I've also seen a few posts with misleading information about our intended size which probably originated from this article . To start with, size can be confusing...
  • Thomas Dreller's Blog

    Windows Live, Windows Vista, Office 2007 und organisatorische Änderungen in Redmond

    Manche Journalisten sind ja doch cleverer und gründlicher als angenommen: Die Crew von CNET News hat sich die Mühe gemacht, und im Zusammenhang mit der MIX06 versucht zu klären, was sich denn nun wirklich hinter Windows Live! verbirgt. Das Ergebnis ist...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    TFS Installation (and utilities)

    So after having used a number of VPC images with Visual Studio Team System and Team Foundation Server of the Beta and Release Candidate bits, I decided that I'd finally take on actually installing the final (RTM) Team Foundation Server bits on one of...
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