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  • Blog Post: Introducing the Microsoft Web Platform Installer 2.0

    One of the most common issues that people approaching Web Development with Microsoft products complain about is how difficult it can be to set up all the software they need. Getting a machine up to speed is kind of a hassle because you need to go and get IIS7, Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition...
  • Blog Post: We need your feedback!

    At the Academic Team in Microsoft UK, we are working hard on trying to provide Academics and students with information about our technologies, the innovations we are working on and industry trends we see in the marketplace. We now just published a survey which we will use to gather your feedback in order...
  • Blog Post: The history of Microsoft

    Not exactly breaking news here but I find this worth mentioning anyway… The guys at Channel 9 started a series of videos about the History of Microsoft . In their own words “Welcome to The History of Microsoft .  A video series that gives you a rare glimpse into the story behind the software giant...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Student Technology Day (AKA me on stage right after Steve Ballmer)

    On Wednesday 1st of October, join us at the Royal Festival Hall in London for the Microsoft Student Technology Day an event organised to discuss the next generation of computer science innovation with students and lecturers from across the UK. We lined up a number of very cool sessions...
  • Blog Post: Microspotting: what Microsofties are all about…

    I just stumbled on the microspotting site which is a blog run by Ariel Meadow Stallings who basically… goes around the Microsoft Campus, meets cool people, takes pictures of them and blogs about it!! Definitely worth checking it out to learn about the * people* who work at Microsoft!!!! Who knows if...
  • Blog Post: Microphone: Connect with the Microsoft educational community over Facebook

    We just launched a new Facebook app called "Microphone" . The app will allow people getting in touch with the team using discussion boards, videos, photos, news, etc. If you are in Facebook and interested in getting in touch check it out!! Technorati Tags: Microsoft , Education , Facebook
  • Blog Post: New blog: Engineering Windows 7

    Since the release of Vista, the engineering team has been quite careful about what to discuss about the ongoing effort (see the quite discussed about Translucency vs. Transparency Blog Post by Mary Jo Foley). It is quite understandable that media, analysts, developers, IT pros, general public and...
  • Blog Post: Presentation at the Scottish Further Education Unit Event

    On the 26th of June I attended the Scottish Further Education Unit ’s Computing and Information Technology Subject Network Conference - A Qualifications Update . As part of the event, I delivered a speech on the latest Developer Technologies (including Visual Studio, XNA, Silverlight and Expression)...
  • Blog Post: Bill Gates’ last keynote at Tech·Ed: announcing Silverlight 2 Beta 2

    Today was Bill Gates’ last public keynote as Microsoft Chief Software Architect. He spoke at the Microsoft Tech·Ed North America 2008 Developers conference and you can see a streaming version of the keynote here . While Bill is probably not the most exciting presenter on earth, I have always been impressed...
  • Blog Post: XNA presentation at the MSDN roadshow in London

    In a post some time ago I mentioned going to the MSDN Roadshow in London and while there I was interviewed about the XNA demonstration we had over there. I just found out that the video of this interview has been published on http://www.ilivetocode.com/games . (On the same occasion also Paul Foster has...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2008

    Since yesterday it is possible to register for Microsoft Professional Developers Conference which will be held in Los Angeles from October 27th to 30th. Ray Ozzie, Microsoft’s Chief Software Architect, will deliver the keynote session and in the preliminary list of session there are a number of very...
  • Blog Post: Would you like to build software for Microsoft?

    Miguel Llopis a Spanish undergraduate student in Computer Science, who is currently an intern in Redmond, will hold two Live Events to explain how Microsoft Development Centers work and which opportunities are available to apply for development positions both in USA and Europe. Check the details on Channel...
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