Here, There, Everywhere...
We are releasing a batch of video content this evening to provide more details on Live Mesh. Here's what we have lined up for your viewing pleasure:
Platform experience quick tour
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Platform quick tour for developers
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Jon Udell's interview with Ray Ozzie
Overview of Live Mesh architecture
Overview of Live Mesh platform experience
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Tonight we introduced Live Mesh go and see www.mesh.com – follow it on TweetScan . Read the blog
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Where does this leave Office Groove?
Today Microsoft delivered their first down payment on the vision to connect our world of devices. The
There have been a lot of rumors around Microsoft coming out with something that is Software + Services.
@Sun: Live Mesh is a software + services platform for connecting your devices, data, apps and people together. Groove is an app focused on teams collaborating together with their Sharepoint and Office data.
guys, anyone know if theirs a workaround to installing it on Win2k3??????
They should make a video explaining why it has to have UAC enabled to even install on Vista.
What a horrible requirement.
The setup installer refused to run on my x64 Vista system because I am an Administrator and UAC is off. I develop and debug with Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server, and on Vista I am required to be an Admin with no UAC - so what am I supposed to do?
With this Admin/UAC requirement, how do the developers develop Live Mesh?
They seriously need to give a good reason for enforcing the UAC rule. I would rather install XP or linux then have vista with UAC on. The prompts drive me absolutely insane.
Will do a blog post on this as soon as I get back from Web 2.0 and can connect with the guys who know the full details. There is a real reason here having to do with COM and per-user installs, stay tuned.
If you are a developer then you need to see Live Mesh . I also recommend PDC 08 (I have previously been