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  • Koichi Nakamura's WebLog

    MSDN Connection はさらにつながっていきます。

    すでに多くの方がご存知かと思いますが、 Visual Studio 2005 英語サイト では、事前にプロファイルを登録した場合 Local Headlines に Visual Studio 2005 に関する日本語情報が表示されるようになりました。実はこのデータ自身は、 MSDN Connection 日本語版 用に作成したデータを流用しています。登録プロファイルを利用したパーソナライゼーションがマイクロソフトサイト全体で進んでいるという一例をご紹介しました。
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Dualcore, Multicore, Multithread (II)

    Intel just posted an article about the basics of parallel programming and related algorithms: "Parallelism is coming to everything from laptops to high-end servers. It will exist at multiple levels with multiple cores per chip, multiple sockets per...
  • Test Guide

    A Peek Behind The Curtains

    With the LFM defined and hooked up to Execution Behaviors it makes sense to move on to defining the Physical Object Model . The POM is often the simplest part because it's just a straightforward API around the user interface. Given Surveyor's UI: ...
  • Paul Maher's Blog

    Web Services and WSE

    Have you all checked out the Tech Preview of WSE (3.0): So I thought it would be interesting to have feedback from you all on your experiences...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    TechEd Europe: Blogger Eileen Brown

    I'm sitting in a "chalk talk" about blogging for IT pros, which is being led by Eileen Brown . She just showed referrals in Community Server for a past post that has attracted 171,000+ Web Views and 106 comments. To put that in perspective, Web views...
  • Michiel Wories' WebLog

    TechED: SMO session done! Now what?

    The SMO session was on today! Wow the Euro-crowd is tough! (which I heard uttered by various speakers after being shell shocked by unexpected scores) Jet lag and lack of sleep last few days made this session a hard nut to crack. (the proverb "I can do...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    What I did on the 4th of July...

    I originally wasn't going to write this up, but Valorie thought it was a cute story. I need to describe some terminology first. Here on the Windows team, we call a full build of Windows a "timebuild" - normally, you don't build the entire Windows product...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Last chance to get discounted BizTalk Server 2004 Deep Dive training this summer!

    The BizTalk product group is sponsoring a limited number of discounted seats for BizTalk Server 2004 Deep Dive training through August and then you are on your own. The feedback from attendees has been extremely positive. On the down-side if you go to...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Newsgroups: In case you hadn't noticed already

    Get Connected to Free Product Support and Tremendous Online Collaboration Have you ever wanted to speak to Microsoft developers of a specific feature of BizTalk Server? I am sure your answer was “ Yes let me at them ”, so the Business Process Integration...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    We do listen, really - just ask Edgardo

    We released the CTP release of BizTalk Server 2006 at TechEd USA. Almost immediately Edgardo Vega provided us with some feedback which includes the following statements "I have one large complaint. I feel like the WSS Adapter is incomplete. I think everything...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Cultural change at Microsoft, or, "What was the point in keeping quiet?"

    In an anonymous comment on “ Patch for tcserver.exe memory leak on Tablet PC - at last! ”, zzz asks: What was the point in “keeping quiet”? Is there some kind of NDA that stops from stating the obvious thing (holy cow we have a bug in our perfect...
  • Steve Cook's WebLog

    Any questions for the TechEd Software Factories panel session?

    This Friday at TechEd Gareth and I are on a panel session entitled "Software Factories: How and When?" together with Eric Lee, Ted Neward and Maarten Mullender. If any blog-readers are at the conference and would like to presubmit any questions for this...
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