June, 2006

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    Introducing Landscape Smartphones

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    Get Your Applications Ready for the First Windows Mobile Powered Smartphones with 320x240 Screens     The Motorola Q and Samsung i320 bring the first landscape 320x240 screens to Windows Mobile® powered Smartphones. These devices will be in the hands...
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    Great Resource for Designers

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    Have you ever spent 15 minutes or more trying to remember or simply find a site you knew was out there but couldn't remember the URL for? Well, now there is a site that has links for everything you need: http://www.nextdesignnow.com     Next Design...
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    WinFX is now .NET Framework 3.0

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    By now I'm sure most of you have seen the announcement that the WinFX framework has been rebranded as the .NET Framework 3.0. This may cause a bit of confusion for some, and some of our marketing and evangelist resources have posted some pretty good blogs...
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    Mobile Client Software Factory - Patterns and Practices

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    The Microsoft patterns & practices team has released the first Community Technical Preview (CTP) for the Mobile Client Software Factory. The factory will help architects and developers design and build mobile LOB solutions. The Mobile Client Software...
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    Debugging Webcast

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    I will be presenting a debugging webcast for ISVs on June 15th. This will be the first in a series of webcasts that I hope to continue over the coming months. Next weeks webcast will cover the Microsoft Debugging Tools for Windows package, which is an...
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    BI Webcasts

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    We have a great set of webcasts centering on the Microsoft BI strategy that I highly recommend looking into if you want to know more about what Microsoft is doing in the BI area. They are also incorporating the dimensional strategies of the Kimball group...
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    Debugging Series: Part II - Symbols, Debuggers, and More

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    Wow, It's been a while since my last post in this series and I have to apologize to all my faithful readers out there. As we near the end of our fiscal calendar year I have had a number of things that need to be completed, and have taken a lot of my free...
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