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  • Blog Post: Webcast: .Net for X++ programmers

    I will do a short Webcast about .Net basics for X++ developers which is based on the articles I posted here recently. During 1 hour I’ll talk about the basics of .Net and how to do’s. If you are a X++ programmer and you are new to .Net, this Webcast might interest you. The Webcast take place on Tuesday...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 8 RC1

    Because I blogged about Google Chrome when it was getting beta, I’m doing this with the IE 8, too. You can now install the RC1 of this version, which is very close the the final version. This version is available here . The key features of this version are (from a Microsoft communication): Internet...
  • Blog Post: Convergence 2008 in Copenhagen…

    Ok, it was great fun, a great opportunity to meet a lot of interesting people and have many really inspiring discussions with partners, customers and colleagues. Here’s a photo of our Dynamics Ax booths a few hours before the opening on Tuesday:
  • Blog Post: Live Mesh is great!

    I was working the last three days with Live Mesh , which is currently in beta now, and it is definitely a great tool for sharing and synchronizing files and working on different devices. Since it is still a beta, the number of different platforms and supported devices is still limited (XP, Vista 32bit...
  • Blog Post: Meet me at the Convergence 2008

    I’ll be there from the 18-20 November 2008.
  • Blog Post: Is Google Chrome open-source?

    The German blog datenschutzbeauftragter-online questioned the assertion that Chrome is open-source. They pointed out the paragraph 10.2 of the license: You may not (and you may not permit anyone else to) copy, modify, create a derivative work of, reverse engineer, decompile or otherwise attempt...
  • Blog Post: Google Chrome

    Google presented today a comic that described their project for their new browser which will be available this night . From an artistic point of view it is really nice. They clearly were able to explain a non IT-professional what they want to realize and why the features of this new project might concern...
  • Blog Post: New technology… ;-)

    Yesterday I got my new telephone which looks quite impressive: Well, at least until you need some essential functionalities like redial… It is quite unbelievable for me that a new IP-phone with a touchscreen, office communicator connection, fingerprint security lock, etc. does not have a simple...
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