Kavitak's WebLog

My space on the web...

January, 2004

Blog - About

About Kavitak's WebLog

This is Kavita Kamani's blog. She works at Microsoft. Everything here, though, is her personal opinion and is not read or approved by Microsoft before it is posted. No warranties or other guarantees will be offered as to the quality of the opinions or anything else offered here.

On this blog, you will find information about WCF (Windows Communication Foundation), more popularly known as Indigo; and also on WF (Windows Workflow Foundation), concentrating on Rules.

  • Kavitak's WebLog

    DevDays Bloggers - another community site

    • 0 Comments
    Check out Brian's blog. http://blogs.msdn.com/bgold/
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    Testing exceptions

    • 1 Comments
    Keith Stobie, a test architect on the Indigo team has an interesting article on testing exceptions . Though it is important to verify that the correct exceptions get raised when incorrect data is passed to a function, it is also important to check...
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    Testing with ASML

    • 1 Comments
    ASML - Abstract State Machine Language is a technique being used in Microsoft by a few test teams to test their features. It is an executable specification language that is based on abstract state machines. The research team at Microsoft has integrated...
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    Running as normal user

    • 0 Comments
    Florin brings up an important point...something we normally forget to do, making our machines more vulnerable to hackers. You dont really need to be logged in as an administrator all the time while developing software. Read Florin's post here .
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    Indigo Newsgroup

    • 0 Comments
    After Indigo was released at the PDC, a dedicated Indigo newsgroup was created. You can ask questions about Indigo, and a bunch of folks from our team monitor this newsgroup regularly. So hopefully, if you are playing with the PDC bits of Indigo, you...
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    RSS feed for the web services page on MSDN

    • 2 Comments
    I just figured out that I can configure my reader to point to msdn and check for updates when I read my other blogs. May be you all already you knew that, but here it is for those of us who didnt know about this: http://msdn.microsoft.com/webservices...
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    Outlook wish

    • 5 Comments
    Meetings at Microsoft are an inevitable thing. Scheduling rooms for meetings is also an inevitable thing...I think it takes longer to schedule a meeting and finding a room than it should... Today, the Find Printer dialog can autofill my location correctly...
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    Outlook 11 tip - the follow up flag

    • 7 Comments
    I have been using this for a while, ever since I installed outlook 11 . I find it very useful for remembering things I need to do. When you get a mail, just single click on the follow up flag to mark it with a “red” follow up tag. I often...
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    Seattle snow and INS

    • 2 Comments
    The northwest has been having some real cold spells...of all days, I had a fingerprinting appointment with the INS today here in the Burien office. Now, they do not have a phone number listed anywhere. The appointment letter says if you do not show up...
Page 1 of 1 (9 items)