March, 2007

  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    The next TechTalkBlogs Guest Editors are a talented trio.


    Ok, I have played with this long enough.

    Time to break the news about the new Guest Editors on TechTalkBlogs

    Some folks have tried to guess who they could be and some have guessed correctly.

    So, without further ado, and in alphabetical order (sorted by surname), our next guest editors are:

    Now, I am sure you are wondering "That’s a bit of an eclectic collection of MVPs".

    No, I haven't lost my marbles. There is method in my madness.

    The topic is Windows Server "Longhorn" and these three will be able to present different perspectives.

    Especially with the upcoming Technet Update Events which feature a technical overview of Longhorn Server, it's all quite timely.

    So, I am looking forward to seeing what thus talented trio has to say.

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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    sub-domains on IIS ?


    I had a call from a person, who shall remain nameless, who had a question about sub-domains on IIS, specifically how to using Host Headers to host multiple websites on IIS 6.0.

    I didn't know the answer off the top of my head.

    He checked the MSDN Managed newsgroups, specifically microsoft.public.inetserver.iis where he just found the answer in the first few posts.

    Using Host Headers to host multiple websites on IIS 6.0

    This post is a stark reminder to us all. If you want an answer to a question, don't call me!

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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    MIX07 : You Going ?


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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    The new editors on TechTalkBlogs are...


    going to be announced real soon ;)

  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    The Age of User Experience coming to Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne


    Shane Morris has the news about the Age of User Experience tour to Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

    As Shane says

    The plan is to take a couple of hours to introduce Microsoft's strategy when it comes to user experience, talk about future directions in the user experience design 'industry', and yes, demo WPF, WPF/E and the Expression products. The focus will be on what designers need to know about MS user experience tools (interaction designers, web designers, information architects, usability engineers...).

    The dates are:

    • Sydney: Wednesday 11th of April, 4:00pm
    • Brisbane: Thusday 12th of April, 5:00pm AND Friday 13th of April, 8:00am
    • Melbourne: Wednesday 18th of April, 4:00 pm

    See the invitation for more details.

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