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  • Hilmars hjørne

    Beta 2 er landet!

    Så skete det endelig! Produktholdene var tilfreds med kvaliteten af det seneste build (så tilfredse, at vi har GoLive-licens på faktisk alt i beta 2! Se herunder), og build'et med det magiske nummer .45 holdt desuden til en ordentlig omgang stress-test...
  • Cyrus' Blather


    Kevin takes me to task over my poor design skills. Take a look over: here In my defense, i was going for simple and understandable. Unforunately it turned out in a certain scenario there was also an unfortunate perf impact. Now, i have drastically...
  • Riding Herd

    Now hiring: Internet Explorer Technical Evangelist

    My team is also hiring a Technical Evangelist to focus on Internet Explorer . The goal of the IE evangelist (IEvangelist? not bad for a business card title…) is to help the web developer community take best advantage of new features and security mechanisms...
  • Riding Herd

    Now hiring: Longhorn Technical Evangelists

    My team is looking to hire two new technical evangelists to focus on Longhorn . The positions are all about helping developers take advantage of new platform features unique to Longhorn. As an evangelist, your job is to understand what the product team...
  • Visual Studio Data

    Anonymous Comments Accepted Again (by John Koziol)

    For a while there, the bog wasn't accepting anonymous comments, that is, you had to register as a user at This has been changed and you can comment with or without an account.
  • SourceSafe Team's WebLog

    SourceSafe 2005 Beta 2 also released !

    In case you missed the 1,000 previous announcements: Visual SourceSafe 2005 Beta 2 is now available ! Check it out here and tell us what you think! [Alfredo]
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Handy+Pretty tools

    I've been a long time user of SpaceMonger and i thought i'd point you to it. I find it to be incredibly useful for figuring out where your space is being used quickly and intuitively. For example, i often use VPCs and they have *huge* disk images...
  • Johan Lindfors

    Coding for fun...

    If you are interested in some "non-business" development such as games and stuff, you shoul check out . There's some cool and interesting reading there! Thanks to Andreas Håkansson for pointing this out to me.
  • Pilchie's C# and Visual Studio Blog

    Performance issues Part One: GetSuperType

    So I said on Saturday that I would write a future post about the performance issues I've been seeing. Instead I'm going to write two separate posts. First because, I don't entirely understand both issues, and second, because I think this one might get...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Another Microsoft Office Solutions Developer joins the ranks

    I haven't blogged for a few days because my fifth son was born on Friday morning. I expect to be tech-blogging again tomorrow. Rock Thought for the Day: Paul Simon- "Born at the Right Time" Rock On
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Demos and Evangelism

    Here are a couple of quick tips for those of you doing demos and generating excitement about your products, which many of us at Microsoft do, or at least try to do :-) A book by Peter E. Cohan: Great Demo: How to Create and Execute Stunning Software...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Microsoft Management Summit 2005: Day 1

    Best. Conference bag. Ever. I think we hit a home run on this one. It’s your typical nerdy backpack, but with two important differences: It’s actually big enough to hold all your conference swag plus your laptop — very important for that first day...
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