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  • One Louder

    Funny superbean blog

    OK, I generally hate product blogs, but this is more of a viral website for Heinz Beans ...the British brand. I think it's darn funny. But I guess I want to know why the bean in the out-takes has an American accent. Are we perceived as being more, um...
  • Office Development is more than VBA

    Office-Integration Workshop

    Am 1. bzw. 3. Juni findet jeweils ein kostenloser Workshop für Entwickler und Projektmanager Integration von BackOffice-Funktionalität in Microsoft Office 2003 (ähnlich dem Office-Integration-Workshop vom Dezember 2004) in Neuss bzw. Unterschleißheim...
  • One Louder

    Corporate Anthems...Apple is baking fruit

    Via MetaFilter , ZDNet UK houses some (unintentionally ?) hilarious corporate anthems and from what I can tell they are real. I'm not sure what inspires people to sing their corporate love other than the desire to make a bunch of their co-workers stand...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    FeedDemon vs NewsGator: why platforms are bad and RSS isn't email

    Several months ago I started writing a review of FeedDemon and NewsGator, together with an explanation of why I switched (twice). Now that FeedDemon has been bought out by NewsGator , it’s probably time to finish that review… Like Alex Barnett , I...
  • simon.says

    Channel9 Fun cont'd

    Did I also mention that the C9 demo mentioned in my last post shows BEA WebLogic (running on Red Hat Linux) creating a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet - using a technology called Office XML?
  • scarroll's Blog

    CLR Symbols for Beta 2 release imminent

    There was a problem with the original publication of the CLR Symbols for some binaries (mscoree, mscorwks, maybe others). This was causing the profiler to be unable to load symbols for these binaries. The end result was a lot of [mscoree.dll] function...
  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    Event Tactics

    Yesterday I was at the NEC in Birmingham (UK) manning the Microsoft stand at the ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers) exhibition to show the Thames Valley Police mobile application. Being the first day of the event the hall was a little on the...
  • Scott Wiltamuth's Visual Studio blog

    Visual Studio Express mention in Fortune

    The Visual Studio 2005 Express SKU 's garnered a mention in Fortune: The Amazing Rise of the Do-It-Yourself Economy . I love that we now have a set of SKU's for hobbyists, tinkerers, students, and Do-It-Yourselfers (DIYers). Not to mention Part-Time...
  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    Free Windows Mobile 5.0 Porting Lab (UK based)

    The EMEA mobility team have put together a porting lab to help you understand Windows Mobile 5.0, and to help you move your applications to the new OS.... Welcome to the EMEA Windows Mobile Application Development and Porting Program. The aim of this...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    Important Info re the finals

    Hi Everybody: This is a long postl but has a lot of important info re the contest so please take the time to read through. The contest demos and presentations are covered below as well as a breakdown of the activities on each day. Please let me know...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    20 Years in Ireland Academic Celebration Update

    The Microsoft 20 Years in Ireland Academic Celebration is going strong, with faculty and students from over 20 academic institutions signed up for the program! If you’re a student (at a 3rd-level academic institution in Ireland or Northern Ireland...
  • Antimail

    Innovative database technology coming from... High Energy physics

    How would you design a database if you have to store gigabytes of new data every second ? A particle accellerator generates a huge amount of data, that needs to be stored in real-time on very large storage systems. Usually, the offline analysis phase...
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