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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Virtualization Conference - I don't get it...

    I've just received an invitation on e-mail to "the largest virtualization conference in the world".... which in itself is fine, here's what I don't get... the event is being held in Las Vegas, what's wrong with that I hear you ask ? - well, it's a virtualization...
  • TexBlog

    OOPs, I did it again*

    Not content to let sleeping blogs die, Nick roasts yours truly in a further attempt to show how deeply we Just Don't Get It. Man, this is, like, turning into one of those cool, 1990s era, east coast - west coast rapper wars. Except we're two nerdy software...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Cheapest 64-bit CPU

    The INQUIRER did some investigation which might be the cheapest 64-bit CPU in the market. Also, check out " AMD 64-bit Semprons cost a bit more, or less "
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Trailercycles for the Serious Cyclist

    Trailercycles (aka tagalongs) - the single-wheel vehicle that attaches to a normal bicycle - have become pretty popular in the past few years. I looked at a few of these, and we settled on the Burley Piccolo , because: It attaches to a rack,...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    Look at all the great new things for NZ Developers we’ve been doing!

    I shouldn’t use my blog just for announcements but we’ve been very busy and I’m excited about quite a few things we have been working on: Limited time MSDN Universal price down (by a huge 48% for retail product) to get people on for VS2005 Launch...
  • Ken Henderson's WebLog

    A WAITFOR UNTIL implentation for T-SQL

    You've probably encountered situations where you needed to pause the execution of a stored procedure until some condition became true or needed to run some code when a condition became true. If the condition is time-based, WAITFOR TIME | DELAY can come...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    FY06 Planning done… Life recommencing

    I’ve been suspiciously quiet over the last month – so I thought I should let you know what’s been going on. At Microsoft we have just finished our last financial year (FY05) and we’ve been going through our planning cycle for the next financial year ...
  • TexBlog

    Get yer VC++ Accelerator Tour Materials!

    A couple of weeks ago I blogged about a Visual C++ Accelerator Lab event here in Redmond. If you'd like to get your hands on the slide deck for the presentations as well as enjoy one stop shopping for interesting VC++ 2005 resources, look no further ...
  • Antimail

    Data Protection Manager closer to shipping...

    The new Data Protection Manager is almost done! From Infoworld : Microsoft has completed production of its disk-based data backup and recovery system and will release the product to manufacturing in the next 30 days, said Ben Matheson, group product...
  • Rob Caron

    MSF for CMMI(r) Process Improvement Beta Now Available

    This download includes the MSF for CMMI® Process Improvement process template (process guidance only), which is a highly iterative, adaptive planning, agile software development process which meets the requirements for the Software Engineering Institute...
  • Brian Jones: Office Solutions

    Word XSLT: Data Only Transform

    If you've played around with Word 2003's XML support, you're probably aware that you can load your own schemas into Word and markup the document with your XML. When you save the file out, you get both the WordML and your XML mixed together. This allows...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    Its a Road Trip Audio Summary of .NET/VS2005 and SQL2005

    The UK DPE team have done another great thing with the release of their ‘Road Trip’ content. It’s a set of summary audio information for a whole lot of stuff all in bite sized chunks.. It’s pretty cool I’m just listening to it now and aside from...
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