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  • jamespr's WebLog

    MEDC World Tour : Flight 2 (London to Berlin)

    We bumped into Sean Liming, Windows XP Embedded speaker extraordinaire in the terminal at London Heathrow. I've no idea how Sean spotted us sat in a sea of other passengers. Apparently he had been on the same flight from Seattle. That's a travelling party...
  • Sebastien St-Laurent's (AKA Sebby) WebLog

    Free IPods... Myth or scam? (2 month update)

    It has been about two months since I initially started the process. Although I have not posted an update in for almost 6 weeks, there has been a fair amount of development. I quickly managed to get all the needed referals about one week...
  • Sebastien St-Laurent's (AKA Sebby) WebLog

    Long time no post... Again!

    Well it has been a little over one month since my last post. As usual, life has a way of drowning you sometimes. Nw tht I have a few minutes to spare, I thought it was time for an update. Work Nothing special to report on this end, still working hard...
  • WebLog de Stéphane PAPP [MSFT]

    Installer MOM 2005 sur SQL Server 2000 SP4

    La vérification des pré-requis de Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 ne passe pas si le serveur de base de données est en service pack 4 de SQL Server 2000. La méthode de contournement consiste, soit à leurrer cet assistant en changeant la clé...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    75 million RSS users?

    I just noticed the website is promoting RSS on its homepage. Not just at the footer but within prime real estate. It me got me thinking... According to the Nielsen//Netratings April 2005 data the BBC site (all properties, including the...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Connect with Josh @ Tech-Ed Orlando – I’ll be There!

    My goal at Tech-Ed this year is to talk to as many people about the Developer/ITPro community and Microsoft’s engagement in that space. I’ll be hosting a BOF session on the Microsoft’s role in the Community, a Focus group on MSDN Forums, and a focus group...
  • jamespr's WebLog

    MEDC World Tour : Flight 1 (Seattle to London)

    The journey begins. My cunning plan to keep all my flights within one airline alliance means that I'll be visiting London Heathrow a lot on the Europe leg of this tour. Plus of course, I'll be clocking up the airline miles. Who knows? One day I might...
  • Antimail

    Apple on x86 - ripple effects?

    I recently read a top story on AnandTech about comparing Mac OS X versus Linux. It looks like most of the time they were getting reasonably comparable performance, (although Opteron configurations were apparently standing out as the best in several cases...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Always Ready for Windows Media Center

    I found an article in PCWorld this week that talks about a new Windows Media Center computer being produced by Shuttle with Always Ready technology. Always Ready is sort of a sub-sleep state that allows Media Center to go into a deep hibernation, which...
  • Inside Architecture

    Does SOA create a new class of defect: passive-agressive behavior?

    I was having a discussion the other day about the reasons for using SOA. If the liklihood of defects in a system are logarithmically proportional to the complexity of the system, I noted, then SOA is useful because you can create a collaboration of interacting...
  • Gilles' WebLog

    Get ready for TechEd 2005 in Orlando!

    Make sure you pick up a copy of BizTalk Server 2006 CTP (Community Technology Preview) . Starting next week, I will start a serie of deep dive posts on some of the new BAM (Business Activity Monitoring) features ... Staty tuned!
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    Thoughts on Apple on Intel rumors

    Rumors are flying that Apple will announce a switch to Intel processors on Monday. This wouldn't surprise me much. I think Apple hates being dependent on IBM for processor advances, which are critical for them to be competitive. Apple has successfully...
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