Paul Andrew

Technical Product Manager for Office 365 at Microsoft
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    Windows Workflow Foundation announced today

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    Today we announced Windows Workflow Foundation . It's crazy here at the PDC, we've got all sorts of things going on. The keynote this morning had the announcement and a demo by Dennis Pilarinos. I'm presenting demos in the workflow introduction session...
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    PDC 2005 Session - Introduction to Workflow in Windows Applications

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    I am co-presenting a session at the Professional Developers Conference this year. It's COM210 Introduction to Workflow in Windows Applications . The best way to view it and related sessions is to go here and put workflow in the search box. The abstract...
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    More Life in Redmond

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    This past weekend was Independance day and it was the first time we had been to an Independance day fireworks show. We went to the Bellevue city fireworks show and the fireworks were accompanied by the Bellevue philharmonic orchestra and the show went...
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    WiFi Availability

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    Reading Rod Drury's reflection on arriving back in New Zealand after his first class ride made me think of something that's quite different between New Zealand and Redmond where I'm living now. WiFi availability. We went out to dinner in Bellevue last...
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    Life in Redmond, compared to Wellington

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    Some of my friends in New Zealand were asking what it's like living in Redmond. I moved here 2.75 months ago from Wellington, New Zealand. I haven't been since I got here and partly it's because I'm so busy at work. Partly though it's because I haven...
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    Interview Tour Looking for .NET Developers in New Zealand

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    MSN are doing a recruiting trip to New Zealand. They are looking for .NET Developers and testers who have 3+ years of commercial software development experience including some in .NET and are are interested in relocating to Redmond, Washington State,...
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    Moved from Wellington, New Zealand to Redmond, Washington.

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    I just got SharpReader installed again. I've been absent from blogging since I left New Zealand on 11th March 2005. Sorry about that. I noticed that Nic has dropped me off the New Zealand .NET Developers Blog Roll . Very sad. Hey Nic, don't expat's count...
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    Map Point Hello World Sample for New Zealand Maps

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    If you would like to try out the Map Point web service with New Zealand mapping data, but need a place to start then this is for you. Greg Cook of Christchurch, New Zealand has written about the shortest possible sample. He's shared it as a sample here...
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    Transfer and New Job for Paul

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    I am changing jobs shortly. I am currently an ISV Developer Evangelist working for Microsoft in Wellington , New Zealand . Cool job but... m y house is sold and in 3 weeks time I am moving to Redmond , WA , USA . I’ll be working as a Technical Product...
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    Link to review of Base4.NET

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    Peter Jones has reviewed Base4.NET. Base4.NET is an OR Mapper + for .NET.
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    Tech·Ed New Zealand 2005 Dates Announced

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    Plan to be there, last year there were 1800 people, 75 speakers and 120 technical break out sessions. This year we have plans to make the event bigger and better. We have published the dates to help you plan your attendance early. If you need information...
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    Windows Media Center Extender Trial

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    I took home a Linksys Media Center Extender overnight to try out last night. This is a fantastic device which requires a Windows Media Center 2005 PC to work. You can watch all the same media types with this device that are available to the Windows Media...
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    Wellington .NET User Group Meeting

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    Great meeting tonight with Nic Wise presenting. And tonight was the first meeting after 15 months of using the Microsoft building on Lambton Quay that I got the air conditioning override to work. So the meeting was nice and cool. I took a couple of photos...
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    MapPoint Web Service now includes New Zealand

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    The MapPoint Web Service now includes data for New Zealand. Here's an article describing the changes in the release that has just occurred. See also the MapPoint Developer Centre and you can get a 12 month free subscription as an MSDN Subscriber. Go to...
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    Blogging? Or just writing words?

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    If you're blogging with .Text I thoroughly recommend reading Josh Ledgards guide on CSS and adding some style to your blog . I've spent a few mintues and made some "improvements" to my blog.
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    Internet Explorer printing on A4 Paper

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    I reinstalled my PC recently and I'd forgotten about this. If I print from Internet Explorer at least in New Zealand when using A4 paper I usually see the text jaggedly cut off on the right of the page. It tries to print too much text over to the right...
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    Welcome Sean McBreen

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    So my manager at Microsoft is Sean McBreen and he's just started blogging. <Here's where I say something silly about him and get into trouble> - nope better not. Sean is a great guy, make sure you add him to your RSS feeds.
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    TV Tuning in New Zealand

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    I found this site today, useful for setting up your Media Center system. It lists all the TV transmitters around New Zealand with frequencies. http://www.lincrad.co.nz/transmitters.htm I also got this link for a silent PC Power Supply. My HTPC is way...
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    Small Earthquake in Wellington

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    This morning there was an earthquake in my home town. No damage at home, but a couple of poorly balanced things on my book case at work fell to the floor. No damage has been reported anywhere from the quake but it was widely felt. Here are the details...
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    TechEd New Zealand Speaker Call

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    Charles Sterling is the content owner for TechEd New Zealand and Australia this year. He's asking for community involvement and suggestions of sessions that we present. If you are interested in presenting, or you just want to suggest a session, please...
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    New Zealand Business Sessions Sample Code

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    I presented a session on Asynchronous Messaging with Web Services at the New Zealand Business Sessions last week and the week before. The talk promoted the use of WSE 2.0 messaging object model to gain familiarity with asynchronous messaging. By being...
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    HiTech Awards last weekend

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    It was very exciting to get to the HiTech awards night last weekend on Saturday 13th Nov 2004. It's not often, okay never, that I have to wear black tie. Fantastic to see two companies that Gareth Baker and I have been working with win awards too. Pay...
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    New Blog Aggregator

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    My notebook computer has been acting up for a while with intermittent display corruptions and it's finally got bad enough that I had to do something about it. So now I have a new motherboard replaced under warranty and a freshly reinstalled copy of Windows...
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    nGallery and ASP.NET Medium Trust

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    Today I decided to create a family photo album web site. I settled on using nGallery (from www.nGallery.org ). The hoster I am using has a fairly locked down environment so nGallery didn’t work out of the box. Here are the things I had to do to make it...
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    .NET coding is more fun than your day job

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    I just did Brad Abram's latest Whidbey Readiness Quiz and it was great fun. The comments on his blog so far are .NET Framework 2.0 answers, but I used .NET Framework 1.1. I thought Brad was trying to illustrate the difficulty doing this stuff the old...
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