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  • To the tune of James

    Go-Live young man ....

    So yesterday the product groups announced Go-Live licensing for Windows Communication Foundation and Workflow Foundation . In a nutshell this is licensing allowing a customer or ISV to use the product in a production environment and Microsoft will support...
  • OfficeRocker!

    Word 12 - full screen reading

    One of the great things about being an Office PM is that whenever I do briefings to press, I'm always assured of one thing; they may love my product, they may have gripes but they all know what it is and most of them use it everyday. On the whole, whilst...
  • dougturn's WebLog

    Wow, having a baby certainly affects your life :-)

    Welcome to earth, DJ! (typing quietly, as he's asleep nearby)... While I'm doing my annual blog... Congrats to Brendon Schwartz on getting your MVP! Congrats to Chris Williams on getting your MVP! Congrats to Tobin Titus and Michael Earls...
  • OfficeRocker!

    Can you keep a secret? Office 12 beta 2 is coming..

    blimey what a lot to say - so much so that I've hit bloggers block for a few days. Just been in Seattle for a week at our internal "TechReady" conference. This is the main way that Microsoft teaches us about what's coming up. You get to live like a student...
  • Ryan Storgaard's Blog

    "Ready to Rocket" 2006 list is out

    I see my friends over at Rocket Builders have released their annual "Ready to Rocket" 2006 list . There's some great companies on the list. I've had the pleasure of knowing a few of them very well and they are doing some very innovative things. Colligo...
  • IEBlog

    More on MIX

    The information published in this post is now out-of-date and one or more links are invalid. —IEBlog Editor, 21 August 2012 The MIX06 site has been updated to provide more details on the many sessions and discussions – for example, the session on...
  • Steve Cook's WebLog

    Analogy between software development and manufacturing

    Neil Davidson emailed me this interesting comment about my SPA talk. I fully agree with him that we're always going to need craftsmen to produce software, and that the tools they use will change. As with all analogies, the analogy between maturity in...
  • BizTalkLATAM's Blog

    Herramienta de MessageLookup

    Como saben, la traducción del SW es algo complicado y para los que no lo saben, traten de traducir Functoid o Assembly o Mapper, etc; e inclusive aunque algunos términos se pueden traducir, suenan un tanto extraños o presenta inconsistencia con el resto...
  • Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information from Alfred Thompson

    Rick Rashid: Star Trek fan, Researcher, Game Developer

    Business Week has an interesting article on Rick Rashid who runs Microsoft's Research division . I think it is interesting to see that there is a path for people who want to do research but who also want to make a difference in products that everyday...
  • Adam Singer

    Test Team vs. The Matrix: Fight!

    For the past few weeks, we've been running our Full Automation Run (FAR) against several dozen different Team Foundation Server configurations. We've tested everything from Workgroups to VPCs, Chinese to Turkish, IPv6 to 64bit machines. We reverently...
  • The Design-Time Developer

    Because there is an engineer with too much time on his hands (and too many spare LEDs)

    And I remember when ASCII Pr0n was the big thing for an adolescent male to enjoy on his terminal - Naughty fun with LEDs Update: For the less astute in my audience, it seems that the censor engine in this blogging tool does not like the word 'P'-'r...
  • The Inner Product

    Manual Installation instructions for Windows Media Connect

    For various reasons, it is often useful to have instructions for manual install or uninstall of an application. Perhaps you'd just like to "reset" all of the settings without actually deleting or re-adding any of the files. Here are the manual install...
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