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  • Blog Post: Update on Microsoft Blueprints

    Update to anyone following this entry: We have now released the Feature Builder Power Tool for Visual Studio 2010 (RTM-Preview) which supercedes and, in very many ways, continues on what we were doing with Blueprints. Most of you who read this blog know that for the past 3 years I’ve been driveing...
  • Blog Post: Planning for TechEd Developers US - June 3-6

    UPDATE: S+S Blueprints and Software Factories Focus Groups annoucement . Come help us plan the future! Today I'm finalizing my plans to bring S+S Blueprints to the US version of TechEd 2008 for Developers which will be in Orlando, Florida on June 3rd through June 6th. It will be one of your last chances...
  • Blog Post: Steve Gillmor thinks out loud about Live Mesh

    My long time friend and co-conspirator in the software business for almost 20 years, Steve Gillmor, comments about Live Mesh and it's implications . I think he got it partially right and, of course, based on his limited publically available information, partially wrong. The future will be, as always...
  • Blog Post: RoboChamps is Live!

    Marc Mercuri , one of the hardest working and smartest people I know, just launched www.RoboChamps.com RoboChamps is, in Marc's own word: "...a league, and like sports leagues, will have a regular season comprised of a series of challenges. As RoboChamps is based in simulation, we can provide...
  • Blog Post: Live Mesh coverage from the Webware blog

    Martin LaMonica posted some great information about Live Mesh on the Webware group blog: Microsoft Live Mesh platform takes on Google, Adobe
  • Blog Post: Live Mesh rocks! - Technical Preview Opens Tomorrow

    Last night @ 9PM Microsoft announced the existence of and first technical preview of Live Mesh ! Both Scoble ( Ray Ozzie Delivers with Live Mesh ) and Mary Jo Foley (Ten Things to know about Microsoft's Live Mesh) are excited and, in my opinion, justifyably so. The first preview of the combination...
  • Blog Post: Headed out to Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco

    I'm working on the next wave Software+Services Blueprints and I want to understand both the developers who will use them and the kinds of applications they build so tomorrow I'm headed to San Francisco to attend the Web 2.0 Expo . If you're going to be at Web 2.0 and want to help influence the content...
  • Blog Post: Office Developers Conference 2008 here we come...

    If you're attending the the Office DevCon ( http://www.odc2008.com ) in San Jose, California on February 11th, be sure to check out the VS2008 version of the Outlook + Services Blueprint As part of the on-going Software-plus-Services Blueprints Program , we will be releasing the VS2008 version of...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Software + Services Blueprints

    Finally I can talk about what I've been working on for the past 6 months! Yesterday, Soma delivered a keynote at TechEd Europe : Developers, and blogged about the Software + Services Blueprints ! S+S Blueprints are source code access, guidance and tools that work with Visual Studio to enable you...
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