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  • One Louder

    ResumeBlogs work

    Got an e-mail last night from someone (I won't disclose names) who reads this blog and took my recommendation to start a resumeblog . I think he posted his blog about a week ago and already has a phone interview with a company. Over at the Software Product...
  • One Louder

    Second Acts for Old Brands

    Speaking of branding, here's a Harvard Business School article on reviving old brands.
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    newsflash: the internet is popular with Gen X & Y

    I had a laugh to myself reading this article today about a study conducted by the Online Publishers Association which analyzes the Internet habits of 18-to-34-year-olds, and guess what it found?? Gen X and Y have embraced the Web in a big way. Wow. No...
  • Scott's Blog

    Screen Resolution?

    Over the past few days, several people on the VS Core team have gotten into a discussion regarding typical screen resolutions that people use when running Visual Studio. Its been about 18 months since the last formal customer survey was done. In that...
  • Matt Powell

    Web Service Experience Wanted

    Microsoft is looking for folks with Web service experience. From the MPG listing : Lead Program Manager 5 years of program management experience, preferably with deep technical skills in areas of web services, distributed systems, internet...
  • The Galactic Patrol

    Do you reload while you are brushing your teeth?

    Just out of curiosity, how many people actually reload the toothbrush with toothpaste between doing the upper and lower teeth? How many think one load of paste is enough for both? (I admit I fall in the latter category.)
  • The Galactic Patrol

    I know why moths fly toward light...

    You see, back in the age of the mighty civilization of the dinosaurs, they had begun experimenting with genetic engineering. One of their earlier attempts was to introduce glow-in-the-dark leaves on trees. This provided illumination at night, and was...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Zoe's Take on the "HR Interview"

    At the risk of creating a huge laundry list of dos and don’ts, can I add a few of my own thoughts to Gretchen’s post? There are a couple of things that I think are super important for people to keep in mind in their phone conversations...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Visual Studio 6.0 SP6

    For those of you who have yet to make the full transition to .NET, Visual Studio 6.0 Service Pack 6 is available at our Visual Studio Developer Center. It’s been a long while since I’ve fired up VS6, but I have fond memories of the stuff I...
  • Marco Dorantes' WebLog

    it is the people, as always has been

    "But Sabre says it was XP, not Java, that produced the dramatic quality improvements",10801,91646,00.html And I remember you, as you already know, it is the people! From programmers to...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    Visual Studo 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0 made it simple ... way too simple

    I am so excited about Visual Studio 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0 it is ridiculous. I'm counting the days until the beta and we can get solid bits in the hands of everyone, because I want to see how all of you use it. Let me tell you all a story -- I've been...
  • Brad Abrams

    codedom demystified talk

    I just got a chance to review the slides for this webcast… looks good… You might want to check it out.
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