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  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Presentation at Ohio State

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    I'm working with recruiting and giving a presentation about interviewing at Microsoft at The Ohio State University next Wednesday evening. It's not a tech talk about Windows Mobile, although I will bring devices. (You can't seriously expect me to leave...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Building Your First Business Process (MSDN TV)

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    Scott Woodgate shows how easy it is to build a business process using Visual Studio .NET and BizTalk Server 2004, expose that business process as a Web service, and then consume the business process inside InfoPath – all within 20 minutes. http...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Results Of The Fibonacci Challenge Are In

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    Another bunch of good replies to my challenge of yesterday. And again, a bunch of answers that I didn't expect, and some of the points that I was thinking of weren't mentioned. People seem to like this more conversational format; I'll probably use...
  • mattavis's WebLog -

    Web Services in Whidbey - New TechEd Talk CTS201 has been added

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    Interested in Web Services features in Whidbey? So am I! Yasser Shohoud, Software Legend, and I will be giving a talk at TechEd to introduce some our favorite new Web Services features to you at TechEd. The new talk (CTS201) is not even in the Session...
  • mattavis's WebLog -

    .NET Remoting at TechEd 2004

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    Those of you scouring the list of talks at TechEd for in-depth .NET Remoting discussions will be disappointed. .NET Remoting will be touched on in the Connected Systems track (CTS300) by Richard Turner but that will be prescriptive guidance for the usage...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Do you hate security updates?

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    I realize the weekend is almost upon us, so I thought I'd share something a little light-hearted. The folks at Microsoft Japan know how to make security bulletins lively and “unboring“. Check this out... www.microsoft.com/japan/security...
  • chadr's skewed perspective

    The VSCore Team Loves You!

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    A few days ago, I invited you to let me know who you are. On behalf of the folks on the VS team , I want to thank all of you who responded to me, sent me a note, a picture, a bio, a resume, or even just an electronic version of your business card! I'm...
  • mattavis's WebLog -

    Introductions...

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    As a first blog entry, I figure introductions are in order. I am Matt Tavis, PM at Microsoft working on the .NET Framework 2.0 (Whidbey) and Indigo. My Whidbey features areas are .NET Remoting, runtime serialization and xml serialization.
  • Omar Shahine's WebLog

    Finally, 23 inch LCD competitive with Apple

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    http://reviews.cnet.com/HP_f2304/4505-3174_7-30871933.html note to self. Start saving.
  • load of tosh

    Esther Dyson on the Future of Email

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    Esther gives some of her thoughts on what e-mail might or should be . ”The real value of the new mail, though, will be attention management rather than content management” -- Dyson
  • load of tosh

    Ray Kurzweil Visits Microsoft

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    Yesterday I ran over to the MS Research lecture room to hear Ray Kurzweil speak. I guess unsurprisingly the MS folks packed the room in, but I managed to find some standing room in the back. Ray's talk was on the exponential acceleration of technology...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Software archaeology

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    There are times that I think my job is the same as an archeologist. Rick touched on this a bit on his “ Anatomy of a Software Bug ” post (an excellent read, btw, if you haven’t already seen it). Code, like people, gets old. And, just...
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