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  • Working the Spoken Word

    Exchange 12 Beta - with speech technology

    Very cool news this week, from the Beta announcement of the next version of Microsoft Exchange: 'Information workers want the freedom to access their inbox regardless of where they may be... Exchange “12” revolutionizes access by offering a speech...
  • Geek Runs Through My Veins

    Developing MSBee - Part 5

    There will be a lull in MSBee development while I'm away for Christmas. For the curious, I've been spending time fixing a bug in our GenerateResource task. Additionally, I've been testing MSBee with some real world C# and VB projects as we prepare for...
  • Outside The Cube

    Windows Common Criteria

    This white paper provides an overview of the Common Criteria (CC) program, the benefits of certification, the Windows platform scenarios that have been certified, and resources available to help customers configure and administer a Microsoft Windows platform...
  • Rico Mariani's Performance Tidbits

    Amdahl's Law : Big Speedups From Bigger Fractions

    Does everyone know Amdahl's Law ? This law talks about the best gain you can hope to achieve by a certain class of improvement. The most common place that it's used is in talking about what gains you might be able to get from making your algorithms...
  • What's in Store

    WinFS Mailbox II

    Hi Everyone! Before I disappear for the holidays, I thought I’d dig through our inbox, the blog, and newsgroup, and answer a few more questions. Q: Chris asks, “ While it's good to have a common silo that all apps can easily use, it's seems a bit risky...
  • One Louder

    Mis-spelling a sign of genius? Maybe. Mis-spelling on your resume a sign of genius? I don't think so.

    If I had a nickel for every time I've heard someone say "poor spelling is a sign of genius", I'd probably have a quarter. But if I had a nickel for every time I saw a mis-spelled word on a resume, well, I'd have more than a quarter, I can tell you that...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Flow vs. Collaboration

    I've been talking about some agile techniques with one of my co-workers, and one of his concerns about pair programming or not being in separate offices is that he won't be able to get into a state of flow in that kind of environment. My limited experience...
  • Michael Rich

    Microsoft VPC Update

    The CRM VPC part number (originally scheduled for December 15) should be posted by Monday. You will recieve a Microsoft Insights newsletter announcing its availability.
  • Michael Rich

    "Wave 1" Languages Released To Manufacturing

    Wave 1 Localizations have been released to Manufacturing and will be GA soon: Italian, Spanish, Brazilian and Danish
  • Michaeljon Miller

    3.0 SDK is now live on MSDN!

    This just showed up in my inbox. Enjoy! From: Amy Langlois Sent: Friday, December 16, 2005 9:30 AM To: CRM Team Subject: 3.0 SDK is now live on MSDN! I am happy to announce that the online version of the Microsoft CRM 3.0 SDK...
  • Michael Rich

    Microsoft CRM 3.0 SDK

    The online version of the Microsoft CRM 3.0 SDK is now live on MSDN: The online version will be updated quarterly, beginning in January. You can find the download...
  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Answers to speech API questions

    Answers to questions from Michael Latta : Q: Can the WinFX Speach Recognition API be used in XP? It is complaining that that component can not be used. I am using TabletPC edition which I thought has recognition features. Does the WinFX API only support...
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