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  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    Is Motorola cool again?

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    This Business Week article is an interesting read discussing where Moto is headed and how they intend to get there. It’s great to see Microsoft Smartphone OS powering some of the coolest new phones such as the 'Q'. I liked this quote: 'And the Q phone...
  • Steve Cook's WebLog

    Jobs available

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    The Database Developer Tools team based in Redmond is hiring developers, testers and program managers. We are looking for people experienced in building developer tools. This is a great opportunity to work on a V1. Experience with database development...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Steve Ballmer on NZ TV

    In case you missed it (I did) Steve Ballmers interview with TVNZ was aired tonight. You can see the video here .
  • Aali's blog

    At Teched Europe with a car

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    As I mentioned earlier, we were at Amsterdam together with my family by car. Family means my wife and our two daughters (2 and 5 years). Here's a brief overview of the trip. This is roughly the route we followed in central europe (excluding Finland and...
  • Visual Studio Data

    Interview on VFP and Sedna now online (by yag)

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    I've been meaning to blog this for almost a week now, but I've just been crazily busy getting ready for PDC and working on reviews (yup, it's that time of the year). In June, David Stevenson interviewed Ken Levy and myself at the Visual FoxPro Devcon...
  • Visual Studio Data

    New session abstract for PDC (by yag)

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    Paul blogs about how he has changed the abstract for one of his talks to make it more enticing. Visual Basic 9.0 will offer radical improvements in its ability to work with data in all its forms: as objects, as XML, as relational data. Join the...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    IE Blog

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    For those of you who haven't already heard, the IE team has a blog and recently they've started to talk about some of the cool features to be found in IE 7 Beta 1 (or planned for RTM). I've been working pretty closely with the IE team for some time...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    The Evil Problem

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    Over on the IE Blog, a commenter made a very good point -- why is it that IE flags scripts as “potentially bad”? That’s very confusing to the average user, and they have no way of knowing whether or not the script really is bad or not (and therefore whether...
  • David Wang

    What is PATH_TRANSLATED?

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    PATH_TRANSLATED is one of the most frequently misunderstood server variables, as this following question illustrates... Question: Hi David ! I have some problem with using function SERVER_CONTEXT->GetServerVariable(.......) all info query...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Possible bug installing VS 2005 beta 2 on Windows Vista (Longhorn) beta 1

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    We have seen a few reports inside of Microsoft of problems installing VS 2005 beta 2 on Windows Vista (previously codenamed Longhorn) beta 1 now that Vista beta 1 has been released and teams are using it more widely. In addition we have seen at least...
  • Fabrice Meillon BLog's (Archives)

    Participer au plan de test BETA 2 de SMS 2003 (version US)

    Le programme de nomination pour la beta 2 de SMS 2003 est ouvert (version anglaise) Pour y participer 1. Go to the Microsoft Betaplace site < https://beta.microsoft.com/sign-in/signin.asp?refURL=http%3A%2F%2Fbeta%2Emicrosoft%2Ecom%2Fcontent%2Fbphome...
  • Fabrice Meillon BLog's (Archives)

    MOM SIZER 4.0 disponible sur le web....:)

    La version 4.0 de l'outil de dimensionnement de MOM est disponible sur le web en téléchargement http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=93930640-fa0f-48b3-8eb0-86836a1808df&displaylang=en The MOM 2005 Sizer provides recommendations...
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