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  • Blog Post: Running Multiple Versions Of IE On The Same Box

    MOVED This content has been moved to my new blog at http://petelepage.com/blog/2009/04/running-multiple-versions-of-ie-on-the-same-box/ Thanks, PEte
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Web Mistakes [From TechEd EMEA]

    I just finished presenting my last session of TechEd EMEA for 2008 and I'm sad to be leaving! But, hopefully I'll get another chance next year. My last session was a repeat of "Top 10 Web Mistakes" and I said I'd post some of the sites that I showed during the session, so here they are. Sites That...
  • Blog Post: ReMIX: Presentations in PDF & Source for VS2008 Demo

    Yep, the internet is on! I think most of the comments I got yesterday all revolved around the fact that I posted all my presentations in PPTX format. I work for Microsoft, and well, I use PowerPoint to create my presentations. I figured most people, even if they didn't have PowerPoint on their machines...
  • Blog Post: ReMIX: Search Engine Optimization For Rich Internet Applications

    I think that this was my favorite session I did while doing all my ReMIX presentations. It was the one I found most interesting, and most relevant to the work that I do, and see many web developers and designers doing every day. I'm not sure if there is video for this session, but if it shows up, I'll...
  • Blog Post: reMIX 07 and serEstandar.es

    With MIX07 just behind us, there are some fun events coming up in Europe, Asia and else where in the world. REMIX 07 is an opportunity to for people who didn't or couldn't make it to Vegas to see some of the great sessions and events that took place at MIX. But what I like about reMIX is that I get...
  • Blog Post: IE Public Bug Database - Connect

    I've been following the comments over on the IE blog about Molly's post, particularly the comments of Chris Beall, thacker and steve_web, and I figured I'd post a bit of a follow up to what they were saying and ask for feedback from the community. In the IE7 timeframe, with the connect database open...
  • Blog Post: Compacting XP VPC Images

    MOVED This content has moved to my new blog at http://petelepage.com/blog/2007/04/compacting-xp-vpc-images/ Thanks, PEte
  • Blog Post: IE6 VPC Refresh

    Cross-posted from the IE Blog In my original blog post about releasing the IE6 Virtual PC Image, we mentioned that it would expire on April 1st, 2007 (no, it wasn’t an April Fool’s joke), and that we’d be releasing a new VPC image to replace it sometime in March. Well, I’m happy to report that I propped...
  • Blog Post: Javascript Debugging In Visual Web Developer "Orcas"

    MOVED This content has moved to my new blog at http://petelepage.com/blog/2007/03/javascript-debugging-in-visual-web-developer-quotorcasquot/ Thanks, PEte
  • Blog Post: IE6 VPC (An Update)

    Just a quick update to let you know the work for the IE6 VPC has been mostly completed. We're down to the last few steps, and I hope to have it out by the end of the week. Before we release it, I'll be testing it on the PC, and I also want to test it on VPC for the Mac, as I heard a few people say...
  • Blog Post: Pre Define Your Event Tags

    I'm on the airplane on my way back from the SV Web Builders Browser War event, and it was pretty cool. It was great to meet Mike Shaver from Mozilla (and fellow Canadian), Hakom Lie from Opera and Douglas Crockford (aka Internet Genius) of Yahoo! fame. As I was shooting photos (which will be on Flickr...
  • Blog Post: IE, Firefox and Opera On Stage Together

    I often forget to blog about some of the cool events I attend until it's a little too late, but hey, better than blogging about it after the fact, when people can't even try to show up right? Tomorrow, Chris Wilson and I are headed down to San Jose for an event put on by the Silicon Valley Web Builders...
  • Blog Post: JavaScript Expert? We're looking for a few to help!

    One of the great things I love about my job is the ability to help make the lives of Developers easier, seeing things change and helping others to get the tools and resources they need to get shit done, to put it bluntly. I've spent the last few days talking to the PUM (product unit manager) of the...
  • Blog Post: Generating OPML's with the RSS Platform

    Just before I headed up to Web Directions North, I wrote a little chunk of code to help me do a system back up. Enough people at work have been losing data on their hard disks, so I decided I wasn't going to have that happen to me. I picked up a NAS storage device, 2 500gig hard drives, and got it all...
  • Blog Post: Up At Web Directions North

    This has been a pretty great few days up here in Vancouver at Web Directions North. It's been fantastic to connect with so many of you, to get to meet some great people, and hear some good, honest feedback. I think that biggest comment that I've walked away with so far (and we've still got a day to...
  • Blog Post: Molly Holzschlag, IE Web Casts & IIS DownloadCENTER

    Molly I'm really excited about the announcement we made on the IE Blog earlier today. Molly Holzschlag has joined forces with the IE team. I think this is a great win for the web design world, Moll and Microsoft. When Molly and I first started talking about what her role would entail, I explained to...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 7 Command Line Arguments

    MOVED This content has been moved to my new blog at: http://petelepage.com/blog/2007/01/internet-explorer-7-command-line-arguments/ Thanks, PEte
  • Blog Post: Designer Expert Chat Transcript (1/18/07)

    We had a great chat today, thanks to everyone who came out, and to Chris, Markus, Alex and Dave who were our experts. We had some great questions, and some really good tough questions. Here's the transcript from todays chat: Question: Topics? Answer: Topics can be anything to do with web design...
  • Blog Post: Web Designer Expert Chat Tomorrow (1/18/07)

    Just a quick note to about the expert chat tomorrow. It'll be a great opportunity to talk to the IE team about CSS, HTML and other design specific stuff. If you've got questions, this is the place to ask them. Register here We do plan on making it available for download after the session. We had a small...
  • Blog Post: Web Directions North

    One of the things I like a lot about my job is getting to meet and interact with people at conferences. We sponsor a whole bunch of different conferences throughout the United States and the World; often sponsorship means we get speaking opportunities, and some great direct ways of interacting with you...
  • Blog Post: IE Web Designer and Web Developer Web Casts & Chats

    Before shipping IE7, we had regular “expert chats” where we provided you with an opportunity to ask questions and get more information about IE7 and its many features. Now that we’ve shipped, we’re going to start bringing back regular events for web developers and web designers. Every Thursday at 10am...
  • Blog Post: Ottawa and Web Sites

    I'm sitting here on the airplane on my flight back to Seattle. The video screens just kicked out in the last 20 minutes of my movie. I'm on an Air Canada flight where they have the personal video screens in the back of each seat. Nice that I can pick the movie that I want to watch, not so nice that at...
  • Blog Post: IE7 AddOn Contest Badges

    Want to help advertise the IE7 AddOn contest that's running right now? Then why don't you add a badge to your page? Here's the source for each one, feel free to just link to them straight from my site if you'd like! <a href="http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/aa904644.aspx"><img src=...
  • Blog Post: Web Design World Boston Keynote

    I just finished my keynote for Web Design World in Boston. The topic was "Internet Explorer 7: The Route To Standards Compliance". It was the first "keynote" that I've ever given, and I think it went really well. I had several people come up afterwards and compliment me on the presentation. I was quite...
  • Blog Post: IE6 VPC A Success &amp; Web Design World

    IE6 VPC I can't believe how much of a success shipping the IE6 VPC image was! The fact that we got Slashdotted , picked up by TechMeme , Mary Jo Foley and several other big publications, and big blogs was fantastic. Beyond what I would have expected. And with few exceptions, the feedback has been positive...
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