• Philippe's ISV Blog

    Important for MOSS 2007 Delevopers, BDC Definition Editor

    • 1 Comments
    For those of you who are tired of using Notepad or an xml editor in order to configure the BDC The August SharePoint SDK is now available and includes the new BDC Definition Editor. Go to Brian’s blog post to read more about it - http://blogs.msdn.com...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Tafiti Search, also using Silverlight UI enhancements

    • 0 Comments
    Microsoft just launched Tafiti , an experimental Web site that explores the intersection of two trends: the specialization of search and richer experiences on the Web. Tafiti, which means “do research” in Swahili, demonstrates the types of Web applications...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Dynamic Languages support in .NET

    • 0 Comments
    If you wondered what Dynamic languages are and what it means to have a DLR next to the CLR in .NET, read this blog entry from Scott Guthrie about it. The DLR supports Ruby, Python , Javascript and a new Dynamic VB most of it in pre-alpha stage however...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Have you started pre-testing on Windows Server 2008 ?

    • 1 Comments
    Have you started pre-testing? Remember, pre-testing is available to help your technical team achieve efficiencies of scale by immediately incorporating requirements for Windows 2008 Server into the current dev cycle, rather than having to go back and...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Certified logo program for Windows 2008 Server

    • 0 Comments
    Some of you have asked how to certify their apps for Windows Server 2008 , formerly known as Longhorn Server. http://www.innovateonwindowsserver.com/LearnBuild.aspx This link will give you access to information about certification, technical requirements...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    An update on OBA Office Business Applications and underlying technologies

    • 0 Comments
    IBF will be supported until the next version of Office comes along. LoBi is being re-designed and will come in a different form as part of the next Office System version. Today you can develop powerfull OBA's with VSTO 2005 SE , web services, etc . Sharepoing...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Important annoucement for ISV developing on Windows Server 2008

    • 0 Comments
    Windows Longhorn Server introduces major changes which have the potential to affect Server Applications produced by our ISVs: Impact of the Windows Firewall ON by default: As of Beta 3, LH Server has a symbiotic relationship with the Windows Firewall...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    New Microsoft ISV Portal

    • 1 Comments
    Check out microsoft.com/isv – a portal to help ISVs find the relevant Microsoft business and technical resources they need to develop solutions and grow their businesses. The ISV portal was developed for ISVs, based on feedback from ISVs. We’ll use this...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Safari on Windows

    • 0 Comments
    To those who are tempted to try the new browser, be warned that some serious security risks exist. Of course, its an early test version and all the usual precautions with beta software apply but still, I wonder what kind of dev tools they use on Windows...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Problems with downloading a code signing cert from Verisign ?

    • 0 Comments
    Some problems have been reported of ISV trying to get a code signing certificate for WinQual from Verisign , "Site temporarily unavailble .." etc . Use this url to start with and you will be fine . http://www.verisign.com/code-signing/msft-organizational...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Windows Server 2008

    • 0 Comments
    We no longer have to twist our brains into correctly pronouncing Windows Server codename "Longhorn" because here is the official name of it and you guessed it all. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2008/default.mspx I'v already seen a few very positive...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Popfly

    • 1 Comments
    We just annouced Popfly , a fun & easy way to build and share mashups, gadgets, Web pages, and applications. Popfly consists of two parts: 1. Popfly Creator is a set of online visual tools for building Web pages and mashups without coding. 2. Popfly...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 Labcasts on MSDN

    • 0 Comments
    Attend the Labcasts and you will be eligible for winning some software and books http://www.microsoft.com/business/vb2005upgrade/default.mspx The Visual Basic 2005 Labcasts make it easy for you to evaluate Visual Basic 2005 in a convenient and virtual...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Windows Server "Longhorn" DinnerNow VHD

    • 0 Comments
    Those of you who attended the Windows Server codename "Longhorn" Jumpstart training on april 25th got 2 DVD with the compressed VHD images of the DinnerNow.Net demo. If you extract the base image .vhd and the differencing .vhd and run them with Virtual...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Vista Certification testing refund deadline extended

    • 1 Comments
    Testing Refund Deadline Extended – The testing fee reimbursement is now being extended from 4-30-07 to 6-30-07 . ISVs must complete testing by 6-30-07 to earn the testing fee reimbursement benefit. Free “Hand Held” Support – Keystone’s free support is...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Expression Web and Expression Blend now part of MSDN Premium

    • 0 Comments
    In case you have not yet received this news . http://blogs.msdn.com/somasegar/archive/2007/04/03/listening-to-your-feedback-expression-and-msdn.aspx Philippe
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Windows Live Core

    • 0 Comments
    Interested in knowing what the Microsoft Live Team is developing as next generation cloud services platform ? . Ray Ozzie, David Cutler, David Treadwell, Amitabh Srivastava , Elissa Murphy, Abolade Gbadegesin , are a few names of people involved in this...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Enterprise Library 3.0 - april 2007 release

    • 0 Comments
    Brief Description If you are an ISV and are constantly working on refining your toolset, your frameworks or even your software factory, Check out the april 2007 release of Enterprise Library 3.0 , it includes: Caching Application Block, Cryptography Application...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Update on Vista Logo Certification

    • 1 Comments
    Here a brief update on the Certified for Windows Vista Logo Program. 4-30-07 ( 21 Business Days Remaining ): ISVs must complete the certification process by 4-30-07 to earn the test fee reimbursement benefit. If you want to certify by 4-30-07 , please...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    WCF performance comparison

    • 0 Comments
    Clemens Vasters just wrote about WCF/WF perf whitepaper that was published on MSDN, this is really impressive, GONE are the days where web services was synonym to SLOW and TOO MUCH OVERHEAD. WCF is absolutely great Microsoft technology part of .NET Framework...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    MedCalc did it again !

    • 0 Comments
    Congratulations to the MedCalc developers team ! Digimizer 3 from MedCalc has successfully completed certification testing at VeriTest for the Microsoft “Certified for Windows Vista” logo program.This is the second application they submitted which got...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Vista 90 day vulnerability report, most secure OS according to Symantec

    • 1 Comments
    February 28 th marked 90 days that Windows Vista had been available to business customers. Has it been a good or a bad 90 days for security vulnerabilities? Click here to read all the details and download the full report . CSO Online blog link: http:...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Keystone contact for helping you with Vista Logo Certification

    • 0 Comments
    Just as a reminder I wanted to inform you that for going through the Vista Logo Certification process we can offer you special assistance from Keystone Strategy. They will guide you through it, be the intermediary with the cerification company , etc....
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Video Podcast : Scott Guthrie on Orcas

    • 1 Comments
    If you missed Scott Guthrie's presentation on Orcas in Brussels, here is the recorded version. Scott is the General Manager of the Developer Division at Microsoft. Video PodCast Short recap of Orcas : - Target .NET 2.0,3.0 or 3.5 - Major HTML/CSS Designer...
  • Philippe's ISV Blog

    Open XML is important for Independent Software Vendors

    • 0 Comments
    If you develop software that needs to exchange data with other applications you are probably going to use XML . But then what specs and schema should your documents be based on to make it as "open" and as rich as possible ? Check out Open XML. There is...
Page 1 of 3 (59 items) 123