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  • Blog Post: Developers, meet the Live Framework blog

    We've been using this blog to share information about both Live Mesh the user experience, and what we formerly referred to as Live Mesh the developer platform. With the news at PDC about Live Services and the Live Framework , it's time to re-focus this blog on just the platform experience of Live Mesh...
  • Blog Post: Behind Live Mesh: The Pub-Sub System

    Hey there! I’m Viraj Mody , a developer on the Live Mesh services team. I bet some of you are curious about how the Live Mesh software running on your devices detects when others add files to your shared Live Folders, quickly changes icon colors when devices go from offline to online, or updates...
  • Blog Post: Behind Live Mesh: Authorization and encryption

    Hi, I am Nikolai Smolyanskiy, a developer on the Accounts team. I work on the Account service that takes care of account management, and user/device authentication and authorization in Live Mesh . There were many questions asked by early adopters about how their data is transmitted and stored in Live...
  • Blog Post: Behind Live Mesh: What is MOE?

    Howdy!  This is Richard Chung, a client developer for Live Mesh. You can find me blogging sporadically as DevDuck over on red hot place .  I was one of the first developers on the Live Mesh team—I’ve been working on this stuff for over 2 years now and have been itching to talk about...
  • Blog Post: Behind Live Mesh: Live Desktop architecture

    As the unveiling of Live Mesh is a tech preview of the platform, similarly the Live Desktop release is only a glimpse into what will be available via the web portal. The promise is a rich cross-browser web experience that requires no installations, but will offer an enhanced look-and-feel if plugins...
  • Blog Post: Behind Live Mesh: How we run cloud services

    A quick self-introduction: I’m Alex Mallet, one of the development leads on the Live Mesh project. I’ve been at Microsoft since ’97, except for an abortive [but instructive] side trip to graduate school in an attempt to get a PhD in computational biology. Just about all of my time has been spent working...
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