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  • Anandi’s Thoughts

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    Suddenly things got very busy. I returned to work after my Las Vegas honeymoon last Tuesday. What a great trip but now I'm back to reality. Aside from the usual email pileup, there were a couple of important meetings last week: Meeting to review...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Longhorn - when?

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    According to one of the MS vice presidents in this article (may dissapear into "free login requied" land soon - I hate really dont like those sites), Longhorn will be released in the second half of next calendar year. I guess it will still be called...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Mini-MSFT Suggestions for the Annual Review Process

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    I've been on 2 of the 3 sides of the Microsoft review. I've been an individual being graded by the system and I've been a lead that has participated in the dreaded "Stack Rank". I've never had the opportunity to see how it works once the review model...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    High-Dimensional Spaces Are Counterintuitive, Part Five

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    All of this stuff about high dimensional geometry has been known for quite a while. The novel bit that this paper is all about is how to actually build a fast index for searching a high-dimensional space where the query has a strong likelihood of being...
  • TS Tidbits

    Windows Server Update Services

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    It was actually released earlier this month. Have you checked it out yet? Microsoft Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) enables information technology administrators to deploy the latest Microsoft product updates to Microsoft Windows Server 2000...
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    Stanley Stupid

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    I almost forgot to mention the low-light of my weekend. There's been this trend recently of me seeing characters named Stanley on TV. Well, things turned for the worse when I saw the movie The Stupids on yesterday and of course the main character's name...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Does GNU GPL incompatibility mean not 'open'?

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    News and commentary that the new Office XML formats are not compatible with the GNU General Public License - and therefore not 'open' - prompts Microsoft's Dare Obasanjo to respond : "There are two points I'd like to make here. The first is that...
  • Adventures In SoftwareLand

    Jam packed week ahead...Off-site, Gnomedex, and more

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    This week is looking to be quite a jam packed, event-filled, extravaganza! First up is an internal review of one of the things I "really" do for a living will be discussed with one of our major stakeholders. Then our whole group is off to the annual...
  • Adam Nathan's Old Blog

    New on XAMLshare: Video-Filled Text

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    Chris Han from the Avalon Team just XAMLshared an example of video-filled text : Check it out!
  • Rob Caron

    Team System Presentations from TechEd 2005

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    At TechEd 2005 in Orlando, Visual Studio Team System was featured in at least 12 breakout sessions. The PowerPoint slides from theses sessions are now available for download from the Microsoft Download Center: DEV 260 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005...
  • The App Compat Guy

    Terminology and Non-Random Mutation

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    I want to take a moment to go back and review some of the terminology I have been using, to ensure that there is no confusion. The reader will kindly indulge any ambiguity in my language up to this point – I am quite literally making this up as I go along...
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    L.A.

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    I have to admit that things got so busy during the last couple of weeks that I briefly forgot I had a blog. Then, I got distracted by reading other people's. Then someone complained about me not blogging anymore, which motivated me to click the New Post...
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