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  • Michael Rich

    Effective E-Mail Demonstrations within your Virtual Machine

    OK folks, this is a long one, but I think you'll find it really useful. If you are like me, you are frustrated by not having e-mail show up in the Inbox when you are demoing. This solves all those problems... I have a demo tool that puts e-mail into...
  • Rob Caron

    Putting Faces to Names

    Yesterday, I finally had the opportunity to meet Jeff Lynch of , who I had previously only known through e-mail and blogging. It’s always great to put a face to a name and have the opportunity to have an old fashioned face-to-face conversation...
  • Tasks and Time Management in Outlook

    More on subtasks

    In this release of Outlook, we considered adding subtasks, but decided that the primary problem that our customers are facing is that they don ’ t use tasks at all. Some might argue that this is because tasks in Outlook lack the hierarchy and sophisticated...
  • One Louder

    I'm going to the might be the end of the world as we know it

    No, it's not a new year resolution (told you, I don't do that). The open enrollment for our health club benefit makes the new memberships start in January (there's no charge for employees). I have a treadmill at home but thought I would be more motivated...
  • One Louder

    Peter Weddle on How to Work with Recruiters

    Peter Weddle, well known in the Staffing industry offers some advice on working with recruiters .
  • Rob Caron

    The Case For Unit Testing

    In the January streamzine from Net Objectives , Rod Claar presents on the merits of unit testing in the software development life cycle. This presentation provides an argument in favor of developer unit testing, and illustrates the advantages this...
  • Gamerscore Blog

    Xbox News from Today's Earnings Announcement

    With our Q2 earnings announcement complete, a bit more of the story emerges from the number crunchers. As a public company, there’s a lot we can’t say, especially in a blog post. Because the company is owned by shareholders, we have to tell them what...
  • Dan on eScience & Technical Computing @ Microsoft

    New Year - New Opportunity

    To give my eScience contacts an update - as of last week - I moved groups within Microsoft, going from MSR to work for Tony Hey in our Technical Computing group. In my new position, I'll still have my hands in the eScience efforts at Microsoft but the...
  • MSBuild Team Blog

    You Know You've Hit The Big Time When...

    ... your classes show up on the .NET Framework class diagram poster. If you buy a copy of Visual Studio 2005 you get a pretty poster in the box that shows all the major classes in the .NET Framework, and MSBuild is on it! That's us under "Tools...
  • CloudSec

    Mike Nash responds to Slashdot Security questions

    Mike Nash responds to some of the most popular questions from the SlashDot crew on the state of Microsoft product security, and how we go about creating secure software. Say what you want about Slashdot, but I for one am glad to see that we are responding...
  • Mario Guzzi's blog

    Who is this guy

    Let me introduce myself, I'm an SDET (Software Design Engineer in Test) at Microsoft, currently working on Microsoft Expression Interactive Designer . I've working at Microsoft for 6 years; I started out in Microsoft Office for the Mac and then moved...
  • Paul Andrew

    Windows Workflow Foundation at two European Conferences in Feb 2006

    You can catch sessions on Windows Workflow Foundation at these conferences coming up in Europe. DevWeek 2006 - February in London, England BASTA! - February in Frankfurt, Germany DevConnections - April in Nice, France TechEd 2006 - November...
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