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  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Trading off features for scenarios

    My last post has gotten some interesting comments, which is good. Sorry for the month-long hiatus! Anyway, one thing I've been meaning to blog about is a "feature" of my new in-car CD player. For the longest time I only had a tape deck in my car...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    A history of Mac email clients from Microsoft

    Gil has posted part 1 of a great history of Mac email clients from Microsoft . This part covers the corporate clients. The next part will cover IMN, OE, and Entourage. I often get questions about whether Entourage is Outlook for the Mac. In a lot of ways...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Longhorn Embedded ?

    No doubt you've seen the news on the web talking about the plans for release of Longhorn in 2006 - there are a number of places to get the news, some are listed below... c|net - Microsoft revamps its plans for Longhorn Microsoft Press Pass - Microsoft...
  • Riding Herd

    What happened to WinFS?

    Friday’s announcement has left a lot of people asking what happened to WinFS? The short answer is: nothing. But a lot happened to Windows. As I explained in my previous post, the customer and developer feedback we’ve been getting was consistent on two...
  • Brad Abrams

    WinFX: Now Better than Ever

    By now you have heard the news : WinFX will be shipping on XP, WS03 in order to make both Longhorn and WinFX ship with higher quality and sooner. If you haven’t already, check out JimAll’s Channel9 interview . Longhorn will contain core-OS level features...
  • Riding Herd

    What happened to Longhorn?

    Well, that was an exciting announcement. There’s a good CNET interview with BillG that provides insight into the decision. Here’s my perspective on what happened We’ve gotten a lot of feedback from customers about WinFX. Among the things we heard: Indigo...
  • load of tosh


    We watched Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro last night. It's a story of two young girls with a hospitalized mother and a working father who move to a new neighborhood and discover the gigantic Totoro living under a nearby tree. Don't know how to explain...
  • Brad Abrams

    Properites vs. Fields, this time in databinding

    Nikhil fires up the age old debate again… Data-binding to public fields... yes or no?
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Will I see you there?

    via Wednesday 10.6.2004 Cabana Night MSFT Waltham Register The No-Seminar Zone The popular TechEd 2004 Cabanas Cabana Night is an opportunity to get any and all questions answered by a who's who of New England .NET experts...
  • Dr. eX's Blog

    Hosting Code Editor in Tool Windows

    Deploying Visual Studio 2003 managed VSPackages(Reposted here) Hosting Code Editor in a ToolWindow I am pretty sure you have thought about doing this. Come on! I know you have. I had been thinking about implementing it for quite some time now. But one...
  • Nick MacKechnie

    Windows Server 2003 x64/ Windows XP Professional x64

    We’ve just announced the beta customer preview program for Windows Server 2003 x64 and Windows XP Professional x64. This supports the new hybrid 32/64-bit architecture that AMD released a while ago (Opteron), and Intel just released (Intel Xeon with Intel...
  • Yasser Shohoud

    Weather service back online

    I've also finally gotten around to putting up my Weather service (for the 3rd time). It's live at and registered with UDDI in the VS-friendly way.
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