PeteL's Blog

Product Manager, Internet Explorer, Developer Division

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    What's Missing From The IE Developer Center

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    One of the tasks that I'm currently working on is updating the IE Developer Center . It has lots of great information in there, but I have a hard time trying to find any of the stuff I need, so I don't find it to be as useful as I'd like. One of the first...
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    A Quick Link To Extending RSS in IE7

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    Writing IE AddOns

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    Having just kicked off the AddOn contest for IE, we're working madly to get more documentation and other info out about how to write AddOns for IE. Last week, John, one of the SDK writers got a great article up on the MSDN website about how to write BHO...
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    Useful Web Design Links: Submitting to search engines, and picking colors/colours

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    I just finished teaching "From Prints To Online: Creating Your Own Website" class at PCNW and we found a couple of useful links that I though I would share. Getting listed on the major search engines: Google: http://www.google.com/addurl/?continue...
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    IE7 Ships, and the Ajax Experience starts

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    Wow, what a week it's been. It's funny, I remember when Keith moved upstairs to marketing, I watched him blog, and I watched the number of posts he made slowly taper off to where he posts a once a month or so. I said to myself, I wasn't going to let that...
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    Do It With Confidence - Install Internet Explorer 7

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    Wow, lots of stuff going on. It's 12:20am, and I need some sleep here soon, but I'm back from the IE launch dinner where a bunch of really cool bloggers and other influentials got together to talk IE, the web, AJAX, media centers, photos and other cool...
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    It's Here - Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP

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    I'll update later tonight, but I want to get this out there now! Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP Available Now You can download it right now! I'm headed to a launch event, but I'll fill you guys in when I get back!
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    I Hear The IE7 Train Coming In...

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    It's crazy, in the last 5 weeks, I've gone from being a tester in Visual Web Developer to a Product Manager on Internet Explorer, and IE is almost ready to ship! If you don't read the Internet Explorer Blog , I'd very highly recommend it, there is a LOT...
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    Week 4 as a Product Manager

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    One of the people I report to this week asked me what the difference between a Product Manager and a GREAT Product Manager. It turns out the difference is in how you answer a question. Instead of saying how difficult something is going to be to do, you...
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    The Dog Is Almost Fluffed

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    With each successive day as a Product Manager for IE, I know I've done the right thing. I know IE has done the right thing. Or at least, we're working on the right thing. Monday I got to attend An Event Apart here in Seattle. And I have to say, it was...
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    Day 5 as a Product Manager

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    I usually try to post in my blog at least once a week, but I admit, I've been a little lacking the last few weeks. I'm now on day 5 as a Product Manager, and not surprisingly, I still don't know what the heck I'm doing! :) That's fine though, I didn't...
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    IE Forums on MSDN

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    Finally, a place to ask web development questions on the MSDN Forums! Today, we launched two new forums on MSDN, Internet Explorer Web Development , for discussions about HTML, CSS, and script for IE. The second one Internet Explorer Extension Development...
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    Thanks for all the fish!

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    One of my favourite things about working for this company is the interaction I get to have with all of you, the end users, the developers, the IT professionals, the knowledge workers and so forth. In fact, over the least two or three years, I've been...
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    Flickr.NET - Using Flickr with ASP.NET

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    One of the things I've been experiementing with for some time now is ways of making Flickr work with ASP.NET and other .NET languages. Originally, I wanted to write my own support layer, but quickly realized that it was likely a lot more work than I really...
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    Live From Redmond: Creating Real World Web Application UI with Master Pages, Themes and Site Navigation

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    A few days ago, I presented a Live From Redmond: Creating Real World Web Application UI with Master Pages, Themes and Site Navigation in an on demand web cast. For my first presentation, it went pretty well. I had never used Live Meeting before, and had...
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    Open Source Web Designs

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    One of the things that I rarely have the time to do is to create really nice looking web templates. Stuff that is just graphically pleasing, between work, school and having a social life, I just don't get time to do it. But reading one of the many blogs...
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    Life In Redmond: LFR, BTC-FTC, Registry Cleaning and IE7

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    Just a few topics today. :) Things here in Redmond have been pretty crazy the last few weeks, but crazy in a great way. IE7 Have you tried IE7 yet? If not, I gotta say, it's pretty damn good. In fact, I'm writing this post within IE7 Beta3 , and...
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    BTC-FTC Vote 2

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    Thanks to everyone who voted in the first By The Community, For The Community vote, we had almost 1000 votes, and an overwhelming vote for the Event Organization Site. Mitch has already started working on it, and we should see it online about August 4th...
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    By The Community, For The Community!

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    By the Community, For the Community! I'm really excited to announce a new community program on the ASP.NET website called By the Community, for the Community. It's a system to help out everyone, and give some great community members a platform from...
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    Cannot Create New Website In VS2005?

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    [Cross posted to WebDevTools blog ] Over the last few months, I've seen a number of forum posts from people saying that when they choose "Create New Website", the dialog box that showed them the different types of websites they could create was completely...
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    CSS Class Inheritance (Descendants and Siblings)

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    Rounded Corners in CSS

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    I was talking with a friend last night, and he was lamenting the problems that he was having with CSS. Not so much the problems, but more the fact he was just starting to learn it and wasn't really enjoying it so much. While we were talking, I tried to...
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    Eight Problems That Haven't Changed [On The Web]

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    One of my friends from my UNB days has posted a link to a rather interesting article titled Eight Problems That Haven't Changed . I read it this afternoon and found it to be pretty fascinating. I agree with almost all of them but sort of disagree with...
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    TechEd 2006

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    Well, since I'm currently sitting at my desk, and not at TechEd like all the other cool kids, I figured I'd post a bit about some of the goings on at TechEd, you know, for those of us who have to work ;) Our team has a few people at TechEd this year...
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    CSS Class Selectors and ID Selectors

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