December, 2006

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December, 2006

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    Wikipedia Explorer beta

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    I saw this post about the Wikipedia Explorer using WPF on Steve Claytons blog - it's really easy to use - I like the network mode - seeing all the relevant links - I also like how it adds columns to the page as you maximize the window...I see this as...
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    SQL Server Data Mining Add-ins for Office 2007 CTP

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    So glad to see the CTP of Data Mining Add-ins available - I see this is as Data Mining for the rest of us... Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Data Mining Add-ins for Office 2007 (Data Mining Add-ins) allow you take advantage of SQL Server 2005 predictive analytics...
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    The BioTeam Delivers Informatics Solution on Microsoft CCS

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    This is great news for the Bio researchers...info at iNquiry Bioinformatics Portal for Microsoft Compute Cluster Server - they also mention the "The Scientific Desktop" "The scientific desktop" aims to build a bridge between common computing tools and...
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    XNA Game Studio Express Released!

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    This is great news. I am looking forward to playing with it. To download the released product for Windows, head over to: http://msdn.com/xna/gse/ . Full story . Cross-posted from Savas Parastatidis' blog .
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    Open XML Formats : Ecma Standard 376 – Office Open XML formats

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    Great info from Brian Jones on the Open XML standards as well interop solutions. Ecma Standard 376 – Office Open XML formats It's finally official. Today the Ecma General Assembly voted almost unanimously to approve the Office Open XML formats as an official...
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    DigiPede talk on Concurrent SW Dev at .NET Dev Event Redmond

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    I just found out that on Monday, Dec 11, Kim Greenlee from Digipede will be presenting a technical talk on Concurrent Software Development at the next .NET Developers Association meeting in Redmond. The meeting is at 7pm in Bldg 40, Steptoe Room on the...
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    Mundie: Science as a Web Service

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    I realized I forgot to post about Craig Mundie's article in the March/April Technology Review - Science as a Web Service XML can supercharge research. <...> XML is also one of the enabling technologies for grid computing and Web services, which...
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    Shibboleth and ADFS Interoperability &amp;ndash; this is now a reality!

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    Glad to see this use fo the Shibboleth ADFS Integration : An extension allowing a Shibboleth 1.3 IdP to integrate with Microsoft's Active Directory Federation Service. Shibboleth and ADFS Interoperability – this is now a reality! Last week, the efforts...
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    Books.Live.com is Live

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    I finally had sometime to check out Books.live.com and it is wild - there are tons texts to look at...very interesting.... A couple of books I found - The Life of Columbus in Pictures and I especially like this inscription from the " Orators of the American...
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    F# 1.1.13 now available

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    Don Syme annouced a new drop of F# - I especially like these samples: New LAPACK sample. . See samples\fsharp\math\LAPACK New WPF sample for use with F# Interactive. See samples\fsharp\WPF F# 1.1.13 now available! I’m pleased to announce that F# 1.1.13...
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    WPF/E(codename) CTP available for download

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    Just downloaded and tried out the December CTP of WPF/E(codename) and it is very smooth - it will be interesting to see how it can apply to scientific research projects. Both the Windows and Mac CTP's are available...as well as SDK and docs What is "WPF...
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    Windows Live Search Beta for mobile

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    WLS mobile really puts the power of searching and finding info into your hand - I especially use it when travelling to find locations (restaurnats, etc), but also to see the local traffic... The great part is that it not only run on Windows Mobile devices...
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