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    Podcast on Premier Support for Developers and Surface!

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    Yesterday TechNet Radio posted an episode of their podcast that featured Premier Support for Developers and Surface. I partnered with Lex Thomas on the podcast and shared some of the support options available for developers from Microsoft. http...
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    Creating video for Surface in Adobe Premiere CS6

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    The Adobe Media Encoder included with Adobe Premiere CS6 allows you to target multiple platforms. For example, the video you create, you might want to render the final video for Youtube, Facebook, iPhone, Windows Phone, Android, and Blu-Ray. Surface...
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    Using Cloud Services from Second Life

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    I was playing around with building scripted objects in Second Life and ran across a function to pull text from the web. I thought it might be neat to create Live Messenger buddy object in Second Life that showed whether I was online or offline. I figured...
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    The Ingenuity Point Contest

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    June 26 - October 31 2007 http://www.theingenuitypoint.com/main/default.aspx Microsoft is holding a contest to showcase applications written for healthcare, clean technology, and education. Just looking through the People's Choice Gallery... some...
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    Looking for a Solutions Architect in the SF Bay Area

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    http://members.microsoft.com/careers/search/details.aspx?JobID=DCDAF7C0-9826-4DD3-B8AD-11B7F4EC41E1 Drop me a note with your resume if you are interested!
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    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Administrator's Companion

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    My friend Burzin Patel co-authored a book on SQL Server. Get all your SQL Server knobs turned in the right direction with this book.
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    Prolog.NET? You bet!

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    Eugene Asahara has launched SoftCodedLogic.com . The same idea of soft coding UI and data has been extended to program logic. Eugene's implementation is a clever update to prolog to bring it into the world of SQL, XML, and .NET.
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    Build Master: Microsoft's Software Configuration Management Best Practices

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    My colleague, Vince Maraia, has come out with a book on configuration management called The Build Master .
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    Windows for Musicians

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    Jim Owen, a Technical Account Manager at Microsoft, made a clever song using keyboards and the Windows sounds. Have a listen.
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    Partner Services Hiring - Bay Area - App. Dev. Consultant

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    Are you gosu with .NET? Email me your resume . I'll get the full job description posted on the microsoft.com careers site soon. Deep .Net development expertise n C#, J# if possible n Extensive experience with performance testing and optimization...
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    The Excel Web Query and Predicting the Washington State Governor's Race

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    Web Queries in Excel let you grab tabular data off of a web page without writing any code or messing with web services. I use this feature all the time as a manager trying to grab internal business data off of many different systems in order to analyze...
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    Eugene's blog online

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    Check it out. One of the most brilliant people I know: http://weblogs.asp.net/eugenea
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    About Jeremy Rule

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    Work I'm an engagement manager in Partner Services at Microsoft. We work with other software companies to help their development activities and ultimately decrease their time to market. You can find us on the web or email me if you want more information...
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    Dynamic Image Generation with ASP.Net

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    I've was playing around with image generation. Below is a picture of Josh who is a very interesting guy . His picture worked quite well because it was a clean slate to write text on. The HTML tag <img src="http://www.rulesroost.com/josh.aspx?Text=Got...
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    Fark.com Photoshop Contest

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    “Photoshop what the classic Nintendo games would have been like had they been owned by Microsoft originally” A few of my favorites:
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    Data Protection API (DPAPI)

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    I've noticed that some recent blog entries talk about the new .NET framework supporting Data Protection API. What is the Data Protection API? The DPAPI is used to hide secrets like connection strings and user credentials that are typically stored in...
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    99 Bottles Of Beer

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    Many years ago (1994) programmer, and my geek idol, Tim Robinson compiled a list of ways to output the lyrics to the song 99 Bottles of Beer. It started with someone posting to a mailing list the entire lyrics to the song and then someone else replied...
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    Giant Fresnel Lens

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    I found a company that sells giant fresnel lenses . What is a Fresnel lens? Think of a lighthouse or the top of an overhead projector. As light goes through the lens, spiral cut ridges focus the light to a focal point. You end up with the equivalent of...
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    Partner Advantage Launched

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    If you are a partner (System Integrator or Independent Software Vendor) and you would like services, Partner Advantage has launched: http://www.microsoft.com/partneradvantage I'm an engagement manager in this group and our goal is pretty straightforward...
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    AnandTech's move to .NET

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    Hardware mega site Anandtech documented the history of their web site including the move to .NET . Cool stuff.
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