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  • IEBlog

    International Domain Names in IE7

    Hi, I am Vishu Gupta, a developer on the IE team. For the past year, I have been working primarily on CURI and International Domain Names (IDN) support. Browser support for navigating to URLs written in users’ native languages is critical for making the...
  • The Electron Sculptor

    December CTP of WinFX - with Cider

    Go download and start building WinFX applications with the Decemeber CTP of WinFX. The best part is to get your November CTP applications working you just need to recompile. WinFX Runtime WinFX SDK Visual Studio Extensions - with Cider Read...
  • Dave Massy's Blog


    It's too long since my last blog post. I've been busy watching my new son grow. He's now 3 months old and doing fabulously. Thanks for all the good wishes. Here's a quick roundup of a few things that caught my interest in the last few weeks. ...
  • TipTalk: from Microsoft At Home & At Work

    Tips for using the Junk E-mail filter

    I've used the Junk E-mail Filter in Outlook 2003 for almost 3 years, and the amount of spam I've received in my Inbox has been close to nothing. It's a great tool, but like any tool it's not perfect. I still get fraudulent e-mail from time to time and...
  • To the tune of James

    Team rollup

    Thought I'd link you to a few of my team mates posts: John Pelak on both Spinal Tap and LDAP. John Shipway on Team Foundation server blockers. Alex Onik on Windows Comunication Foundation, WCF, if you squint really hard, concentrate, and hold...
  • William J. Steele's WebLog

    ASP.NET Soup to Nuts: Adding Pizzazz to Your Web Site

    Ok... I've posted the demo code to my web site. Default.aspx and Default2.aspx show the themes and master pages. Default3.aspx shows the "Automation" part where you can select a theme from a drop down list box and it will automatically change. ...
  • To the tune of James

    Fuel for Web 2.0

    So I've been doing a lot of thinking over the last 2 weeks about Software As A Service. Sam Ramji stimulated my thoughts. If you don't know what I mean, it’s a "pay as you play" software subscription model where the software is primarily hosted elsewhere...
  • Pascal Belaud

    Le mystère du plantage de la démo ClickOnce au lancement du 8 novembre 2005 au Caroussel du Louvre est enfin levé !

    Le mystère du plantage de la démo ClickOnce au lancement du 8 novembre 2005 au Caroussel du Louvre est enfin levé et il a été levé le 12 décembre 2005 à minuit en répétant une dernière fois la démo complète pour le lancement technique qui avait lieu le...
  • Kintan's

    RTC blog update

    I had mentioned the launch of the official RTC blog, a few days ago. Currently our teams are finalizing the roll-out plans to make it the most useful to our readers. We plan to have the blog rolling from early January.
  • Kintan's

    One of the first blogs on Program Management

    Chris Pratley (a Group Program Manager in Office) had described his personal experiences about the role of program management, almost two years ago on his blog. This post has helped a lot of new (and wannabe) program managers(including me!) at Microsoft...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    WinFX December CTP Released

    The December CTP of WinFX has been released this morning along with some other related downloads. In addition to the WinFX Runtime Components and the Windows SDK (which has subsumed the WinFX SDK that used to be available separately), you can also download...
  • Beat Schwegler's 2 Cents

    We're looking for a new colleague

    We ( Arvindra , Kevin & I) are looking for a bright new colleague in the role of a Solution Architect Evangelist working for Microsoft EMEA HQ. If you’re an experienced architect who's passionate about technology as well as the business and you don...
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