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  • Omar Shahine

    iPAQ Mobile Messenger

    If this thing is real... I want I want
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Life at Microsoft, in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)

    Since the overall subject of my blog is "Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft", I figured I should point out that the EMEA group has some interesting "Life at Microsoft" stuff on . Make sure to check out the Meet Our People section.
  • DaddyG's WebLog

    Have you ever hacked a system?

    Welcome oh seeker of information. I have words of interest to share with you and the world. Some may change their life as a result of reading a particular post, others will not. Shall we begin? Was I right or was I wrong? In 1983 I was a computer science...
  • Verticalware

    Wal-Mart supply chain goes real time!

    Wal-Mart has gone live at a handful of stores with RFID and plans to roll out to some 140 stores in Feb. This is good news. Wal-Mart is using RFID to reduce stock outs in the stores, knowing what exactly left the back room to the floor and using the POS...
  • Archon Team

    Multi Boot Partition Tricks with the Windows Bootloaders

    Say you’re wanting to run multiple installs of windows on multiple partitions, but you want to make sure that one install of windows doesn’t affect the other in any way. Why would you want to do this? The perfect example is if you’ve got a new version of windows currently installed and you want to dual boot an older one. Another reason to do this is to enable proper testing of a OS in an automated scenario....
  • Dave Glover "Down Under (Oz)"

    ACS Services Oriented Computing SIG Session happening in Melbourne on March 15th

    ACS( Australian Computer Society ) Service Oriented Computing SIG (Melbourne) There is now an ACS SOA SIG in Melbourne and I have the pleasure to present a slot on what is going on at Microsoft and across the IT industry as part of an effort to define...
  • Marcelo's WebLog

    Time-saving tip for Outlook users

    Dare to turn off the Outlook Reading Pane. I tried it - by accident - and now I can go through my emails so much faster. Even though I always could delete stuff that wasn't interesting by looking at the title, the Reading Pane encouraged me to take a...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Getting Your Digital Blackbelt

    Security is probably one of the most important things that we as developers need to understand. Unfortunately, it is really hard to find good information that is logically presented. I am happy to report that Joe Stagner is doing a great series of webcasts...
  • Reckless

    Indigo and Interop

    Ari talks about the upcoming VSLive event. Bill Gates talks about Microsoft's commitment to interop. The reason I came to Microsoft becomes more of a reality with each passing day. And Scott Woodgate will demo the powerf of our shipping platform at Tech...
  • Blog :: CharlieO

    Demoing PhotoStory for Greg Reinacker and Lane Mohler of Newsgator

    This was the first time Greg had ever seen PhotoStory (he really needs to get out more :-). Greg says this about PhotoStory... "It's the coolest thing I've seen all day!" Check out the results we accomplished in 2 minutes (and the majority of that was...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2005-02-03

    Visual Studio Team System Peter Varhol, a Java Pro columnist, shares his thoughts on Team System in this post ( Microsoft Team System Combines Established With New ) on FTPOnline . I can’t say that I agree with everything he has to say about...
  • jamespr's WebLog

    Mobile Phone Networks and Smart Clients

    I was discussing developing Smart Client applications vs mobile web applications with a colleague earlier. A Smart Client application is one which can operate when it's not connected to the operator network/back end server infrastructure. Our discussion...
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