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  • Blog Post: Microsoft to open first East Coast research lab in Cambridge is reporting today that Microsoft will open a research lab in Boston (Just down the road from me.) " Microsoft Corp. , building up its long-term research capability at a time when other corporate research powerhouses have scaled back, is set to disclose today that it will open...
  • Blog Post: Come Join me and Work at Microsoft

    The Developer Community Team at Microsoft is looking for a Senior Program Manager to own one of our community web sites. Each of our community web sites is the top resource for information about its respective technology. (Silverlight, ASP.NET, Widows Client, IIS) . We are looking for someone who is...
  • Blog Post: FastCGI for IIS is LAUNCHED !

    FastCGI for IIS has launched. This is HUGE for developers in heterogeneous environments and developers that "get" the power of ASP.NET but also want to leverage the great PHP applications that are available out there. · FastCGI is a free download and you can get it at
  • Blog Post: Linux Losing Market Share to Windows Server

    eWeek Says that Linux is Loosing Market Share to Windows. Click HERE to read the article.
  • Blog Post: Copy and Paste Source Code as HTML

    Posting code to your blog - check out these links to a Visual Studio Add-In to let you Cut  and Paste code as HTML.
  • Blog Post: Jumptree - Why we chose ASP.NET to rn our startup!

    Check out this interesting post on wy Jumptree selected ASP.NET as the technology on wich to base their internet startup !
  • Blog Post: Getting Ready for Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5

    Over the next few weeks I’ll be heads down recording How-Do-I Videos to be released for the “ORCAS” Launch. I’ll be primarly focusing on what’s new for Web Developers. By now you’ve had a peek or seen some previews, maybe even installed it and gotten started...
  • Blog Post: Wanna be Microsoft's face for JavaScript ?

    Microsoft makes JScript – our implementation of the ECMA 262 language specification. Browser script programming is “born again” with the popularity of AJAX and RIA style application building. So, Microsoft is looking for someone who can represent us and our work with JScript, our support of it...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Project Code Names ?

    Ever wonder what that new project name at Microsoft stands for ? Ever get confused about what something you learned about “turned into” at release time. There is a Wikipedia page !!
  • Blog Post: Extending the Windows Vista Trial Period

    I’ve been building a VPC (Virtual PC Hard Drive) for the Microsoft Developer Evangelists in the field. It’s a Windows Vista Ultimate installation with a reasonably complex collection of PHP demos. When you install Widows Vista you have 30 days before you have to Activate Windows. I...
  • Blog Post: Netcraft says IIS up 2.6 Million Sites while Apache Down 991K Sites

    I place VERY tempered confidence in statistics and have never been a huge fan of the Netcraft numbers as I think they are often used to make arguments that their predicate data does not support. Still, this is interesting. NetCraft web server survey says ….. Microsoft continues to increase...
  • Blog Post: System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2007 Beta 2 is Here

    I’ve been working with VPC’s lately. I’m working on complex multi-machine demos and will need to bae able to do them on a single machine and so VPC is the way to go. This new app will let you create a VPC from a working hard drive image. I haven’t tried it yet. I’ll...
  • Blog Post: Windows Vista Beta about to Expire !

    On May 31, 2007, pre-release versions of Windows Vista will expire. If you are running a pre-release version of Windows Vista (Beta 2, RC1, or RC2) you will begin to receive notifications about the upcoming expiration on May 18, 2007. To avoid work disruption and the loss of data, it is strongly recommended...
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    WindowsClient .Net Launches. Now that Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is enjoying adoption for developing rich client based UIs, “WindowsForms” is only part of the story. Check out the NEW WEB SITE –
  • Blog Post: Microsoft joins OpenAjax Alliance

    Today we announced that Microsoft has joined the OpenAjax alliance . The OpenAjax alliance is a group of vendors, open source projects and companies using AJAX that are focused on developing common AJAX standards and ensuring interoperability across different AJAX frameworks, tools and technologies...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft is Hiring 30 Developers in BOSTON !

    A couple of years ago I metthe guys from Softricity ( ) who had somne really interestering virtualization technolohy. Well, the business guys at Microsoft thought they were interesting too, so we bought thecompany. Now we’re gonna really grow that Microsoft product...
  • Blog Post: Windows Vista on 42nd Street

    Glenn Wasserman took this on 42 nd in NYC this morning – COOL !
  • Blog Post: ECMA Finally Approves Open XML Formats

    Read here Brian Jones: Open XML Formats : Ecma Standard 376 – Office Open XML formats .
  • Blog Post: John Lam (The RubyCLR Guy) Joins Microsoft

    John Says… “I’ve decided to stage a friendly takeover of Microsoft. As of January, 2007 my new work address will be Building 42 at Microsoft. I’ll be working in the CLR team to help bring the love of dynamic languages out to the statically typed heathens :)” Check...
  • Blog Post: Curious about what features come with which version of Windows Vista ?

    Get comparative info here !
  • Blog Post: ATLAS (MS AJAX) Goes Beta!

    Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX version 1.0 Beta Released Friday, October 20, 2006 The first public Beta release of Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX v1.0 (code-named “Atlas”) is now available for download. ASP.NET AJAX is a free framework for creating client-centric, interactive Web applications that work across...
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