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  • One Louder

    Here's the official event announcement for Boston

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    Feel free to point people here if you think they would be interested: Microsoft’s Server and Tools Marketing and Solutions Group will be visiting the Boston area in early May (2005) and we could be looking for you! We will be hosting a networking...
  • André Henriksson

    Frågor från MSDN Live

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    Under vår MSDN Live roadshow så kom det upp en del frågor och flera av er som besökte någon av våra evenemang har också i efterhand ställt frågor. Jag kommer löpande att svara på dessa och lägga ut dem här på bloggen för allmän kännedom. Skulle du...
  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    Play time

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    Just saw that Momentum has released their new "Pocket Mini Golf 2" . I relied heavily on the first version to help keep my sanity on long European technology tours when stuck in some far flung airport waiting for a flight. You can grab a trial version...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Clyde is blogging about 64-bit

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    You don't know who Clyde is? He is one of the corner stones in our (Microsoft) 64-bit world. On the WindowsServer blog he is talking about his "exhilarating ride" to get our x64 support out of the door. Clyde in his own words: "I am a Group Program...
  • RemLog

    The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis. Does program language “centricity” limit you?

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    I recently came over from the Java world to work at Microsoft as a program manager on the XML team at Microsoft . From my experience with BEA (and prior) I was a “java centric” developer. I had academic exposure to C++ and some practical exposure to VB...
  • Antimail

    Report: Many users don't understand security terminology

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    A study performed by AOL (apparently) proofs once again that the average computer user is unfamiliar with the security terminology. Many people don't really know what a trojan is, or what spyware means. Some quotes: A quarter said they knew what...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Happy Birthday Channel 9

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    Channel 9 turns one year old today, and to celebrate they've been releasing quite a few interesting interviews. One in particular that really stands out is the four parter with Windows Kernel Architect Dave Probert . Dave gives an overview of Windows...
  • R.Ramesh's WebLog

    Interview with John Part 3

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    Part 3 of the interview with John is now available here . In this one he talks about the various challeges building a V1 feature, what went into the decision making process and role of customers in guiding the design of the product and its future direction...
  • Windows Embedded Standard (Standard 7, Standard 2009, XPe...)

    Smaller than Nano-ITX? Sheesh.

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    Check out VIA’s latest form factor – ‘ Luke ’ - with the latest Via Eden proc. This is apparently even smaller than the nano-ITX form factor, the miniaturization process is now taking them beyond board-level to silicon-level innovation. Of course it...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    In Praise of Windows Server 2003 SP1

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    Nice article :) http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/312
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    David Chappell on Indigo

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    Folks, I have a very exciting event to share with you...we're fortunate to have David Chappell * , a world-renowned author and speaker, coming to the DC area to discuss Microsoft's upcoming Indigo communications stack: Mid-Atlantic Indigo Developer...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    New ship dates for Windows CCE

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    Don't complain. It is a new product and I'm sure you want it done right. It is no news that we run a bunch of programs for very early adopters and partners especially when working on new product releases. So does the HPC team at Microsoft. As part of...
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