John Lawrence (MSFT)

Managing development with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System & Team Foundation

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  • Blog Post: Too much email, not enough life

    Via Itzy I came across this poem from Steve Palvina . Will you invest your time in what really matters to you, or will your tombstone ultimately read like this: Here lies John, who passed away While answering his email one day. No friend, no child, no loving mate Could keep poor John from working...
  • Blog Post: A fellow email blood pressure sufferer

    I just read David Anderson's post on how he just decided to Take Back His Life after his email inbox caused his email blood pressure to skyrocket. David, you were getting 400 emails a day at the peak of the Beta 3 period for Team Foundation Server. I apologise - I was probably the sender of a large...
  • Blog Post: Windows more secure than Linux?

    Sam Jarawan just sent me a link to a Tom’s Hardware report that discusses some research from a Linux enthusiast that suggests that windows is more secure than Linux : A Linux enthusiast at the RSA Conference in San Francisco has reluctantly concluded that Microsoft produces more secure code than its...
  • Blog Post: Halo 2 statistics support RSS feeds

    After all the discussion on Work Item Tracking and RSS based notification, it’s interesting to see that Bungie is supporting RSS feeds for your Halo 2 statistics. Here is my personal Halo 2 statistics feed (you can see that I’m not very good yet…) Oh, and by the way – in case you hadn’t heard - Halo...
  • Blog Post: Bill Zentmayer is blogging

    I just spotted that Bill Zentmayer has a blog . Bill and I worked together with one of the SpeechServer 2004 early adopters last year. I'm looking forward to seeing what he does in his new role as an architect/evangelist - hopefully for Team System, amongst other things.
  • Blog Post: New log analysis tools in Microsoft Speech Application SDK

    As I mentioned in my last post , we've been working on some tools to analyze and report against the copious logs that are generated by the Microsoft Speech Server. What started as a bit of a stretch goal for us to at least have something in the product to be able to look at these log files has turned...
  • Blog Post: Open developer position on my Speech SDK Tools team

    I've got an open position I'm trying to fill for a reasonably experienced developer - so what better way to let people know than through my blog! Here's a snippet describing what I'm looking for: The Speech SDK team is looking for an experienced software development engineer to design, build...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to my new home

    My old blog at http://blogs.gotdotnet.com/johnlawr isn't going to be updated any more, so for foreseeable future you'll find my blog entries here at ASP.Net. For new readers - a brief introduction. I'm a Dev Lead on the Microsoft Speech Application SDK - which is the SDK used to develop applications...
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