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  • Blog Post: Role change for me at Microsoft

    I’m returning back to Dynamics CRM world after a small hiatus! I joined our Dynamics CRM group as a Technical Product Manager last month. Even though I’ll be working with most people I already knew and same set of technologies, every job change at Microsoft is challenging. That’s not bad though, since...
  • Blog Post: Action Packed Business Applications Coming to US

    In a series of world-wide events called Business Action World Tour , we’re showcasing how Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) can build serious line of business applications without a lot of effort. To add to that, if you could create a rich & compelling UI (with WPF & Silverlight), make it familiar...
  • Blog Post: Regsvr32.exe PDC2008

    No, you can’t do it from command line. You have to use the GUI available at http://www.microsoftpdc.com/ to register for PDC 2008. I know, we’re working on it! To be or not to be If you’re sort of the developer looking out of for the next gen. stuff and an early adopter of technologies, PDC is the right...
  • Blog Post: Sarcasm

    I love Onenote and evangelize it’s use equally as I evangelize CRM. This sarcasm from Office Offline blog by David Salaguinto is the best blog humor I’ve seen in a while. His blog is one of the reasons why I don’t effectively use my time at work :) BTW, shouldn’t he call it Office Dead (Live) instead...
  • Blog Post: WWT- It is all in the UX

    One of the great things about working at Microsoft is that you get to meet and talk to some of the greatest minds in the world. Soon after I blogged about WWT , Microsoft Research showcased it's work to all employees at an event called Techfest . Techfest is all the next and future generation stuff from...
  • Blog Post: It is about realizing dreams - World Wide Telescope

    Like everyone else, I'm always amazed at the wide open sky ever since I was a little kid. Growing up in India, where sky is clear on almost every day, it was my favorite past time to gaze at the open sky and try to find neat little patterns of stars. Well, today that I live in the Seattle area, it could...
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