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  • Blog Post: Upgrading to IE9 without breaking incompatible apps

    As many of you know, the CRM 2011 UI leverages more “in browser” processing.  Because of this, CRM 2011 will perform better when using the latest version of Internet Explorer (currently IE9) because of IE’s advances in performance through hardware acceleration.  Simply put, CRM 2011 runs best...
  • Blog Post: Controlling CRM 2011 popup windows

    Now and then, I hear from users that don’t like the fact that CRM loads screens in distinct windows in certain scenarios.  I can understand how these windows can get a little daunting if you have too many open and are switching context between multiple windows on your desktop.  However, this...
  • Blog Post: REMINDER - Random Hacks of Kindness - Global Hackathon - register to attend the DC event - June 4 - 6, 2010

    REGISTER TODAY at http://rhokdc.eventbrite.com/ ! Event Start Time: Friday, 6/4/2010 at 6:00 PM Event End Time: Sunday, 6/6/2010 at 5:00 PM Location: Washington, DC Hackers Save the World Sound interesting? Here’s how you can become a part of it: Attend the Random Hacks...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Public Sector Technology Conference - Sacramento, CA

    Microsoft Public Sector Technology Conference - Sacramento, CA REGISTER TODAY! Click the link above OR call 1-877-673-8368 and reference Event ID: 1032431198 Event Date: December 10, 2009 Registration: 08:30 Event Time: 09:00 – 16:00 Event Location: California Secretary...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Public Sector Technology Conference - Tallahassee, FL

    REGISTER TODAY! Venue Hotel Duval, 415 North Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL 32301 (850) 224-6000 Date & Time November 4, 2009 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Eastern Time About the Conference We invite you to join us for a day of developer-oriented technical sessions, featuring the Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Public Sector Technology Conference

    REGISTER TODAY! Event Date: October 27, 2009 Registration: 08:30 Event Time: 09:00 – 16:00 Event Location: Hilton Harrisburg One North Second Street Harrisburg, PA 17101 (717) 233-6000 About the Conference We invite you to join us for a day of developer-oriented technical sessions,...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Public Sector Technology Conference - January 14, 2009, Sacramento, CA

    I am pleased to announce the agenda and details for the Public Sector Technology Conference in Sacramento, CA to be held on January 14, 2009. ACTION REQUESTED: Please register today as space is limited!!! Event Date & Time: January 14, 2009 , 9:00 – 16:00 Pacific Time Event Location...
  • Blog Post: WCAG 2.0 is now FINAL!!!

    From SlashDot... "It has been going on nine years now, but finally there are formal standards for Web accessibility for technologies other than HTML . They ask that you start with the press release (lots of links), but regulars might be more entertained by the last time WCAG made the front page...
  • Blog Post: IE 8 and Accessibility: Microsoft Improves IE8 for Disabled Users

    From the article:   A post on the IEBlog by Accessibility Program Manager JP Gonzalez-Castellan highlights several user-interface features that should improve the accessibility of IE8, among them Caret Browsing, Adaptive Zoom and High DPI (Dots Per Inch).   - Keith
  • Blog Post: ATTENTION WEB DEVELOPERS WCAG 2.0 Moves to Last Stage in W3C Approval Process

    For those of you (like me) who are interested in Accessibility and/or need to ensure your websites remain in compliance with section 508 you'll be interested to know that the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 was published as a W3C Proposed Recommendation on Nov. 3, 2008. This means that the technical...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Public Sector Technology Conference - November 19, 2008, Tallahassee, FL

    I am pleased to announce the agenda and details for the Public Sector Technology Conference in Tallahassee, FL to be held on November 19, 2008. ACTION REQUESTED: Please register today as space is limited!!! Event Date & Time: November 19, 2008 , 9:00 – 16:00 Eastern Time Event Location...
  • Blog Post: http://www.ca.gov – First state portal to use IE 8 features?

    If you are using IE 8, I encourage you to hit http://www.ca.gov . Notice the web slice? Also, on the left, there’s a link to the Accelerators that California is creating: http://www.ca.gov/accelerators Terrific! Jeet Jagasia on my team worked with the customer to get it done – great work...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar

    V1 of the IE Developer Toolbar is available. One of the many features that Public Sector developers will find useful is a Section 508 checker. More here . -Marc
  • Blog Post: "MUST HAVE" IE7 addin

    I usually don't blog about non dev related stuff, nor do I usually plug non Microsoft products. However, I have been using IE7Pro for a few days now and just love all the enhancements it adds to IE7. Many of the enhancements are available in separate IE7 addins, but this one seems to have it all. From...
  • Blog Post: Are you ready for IE7?

    The IE team announced that the RTM version of IE7 will be released this month. We've blogged off and on about some of the resources to help you get ready. Friday's post over at IEBlog has a nice summary of resources to help you get ready. -Marc
  • Blog Post: You MUST sign up for the Bi-weekly MSDN Flash

    Just check out the latest issue at http://msdn.microsoft.com/Flash/ This a bi-weekly newsletter that can be customized to the topics you are most interested in. Mine arrived this morning and contained info on the redesigned Windows Vista Developer Center . A pointer to a free book on Office 2007...
  • Blog Post: MIX06 Sessions Available Online

    If you are interested in learning about Web technology, but were not able to make it to Mix06 in Vegas a few months back, you can now get all 52 MIX06 session online for your education and enjoyment. These include Bill Gates' keynote, 2 general session, 43 breakouts, and 6 discussions. - Jeff O ...
  • Blog Post: IE7 Beta 2 is available

    Keith just blogged about IE7 Readiness Toolkit here . You can now download the full IE7 Beta 2 (not the beta 2 preview) from the IE site . Make sure you review the beta 2 checklist here before installing. We will be providing support of IE7 Beta 2. Find out more about support, how to give feedback, and...
  • Blog Post: IE 7 Readiness Toolkit

    Folks, the IE 7 Readiness Toolkit is...ready! The Internet Explorer 7 Readiness Toolkit provides an easy way for any audience that is involved in the development, test, deployment or support of web sites, extensions, and/or applications to prepare for Internet Explorer 7. http://www.microsoft.com...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Server - how can I get it?

    If you aren't already aware, Team Foundation Server (TFS) released to manufacturing earlier this month. If you want a nice PDF on Team Foundation Server, I've put one here on our Federal Developer website: http://www.federaldeveloper.com/Shared%20Documents/Presentations%20by%20Others/TFS_Brochure_098...
  • Blog Post: Usability Toolbar & IE Spell-Checker

    Sara Ford informed me about this post . I haven't tried either of the tools. There seems to be some overlap in functionality with the Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar , but what craftsman doesn't like additional tools in their toolbox? -Marc Technorati Tags: Web 2.0 , Microsoft , Internet Explorer
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar

    This little gem is an invaluable tool for any web developer. "The Microsoft Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar provides a variety of tools for quickly creating, understanding, and troubleshooting Web pages." Here's a list of the features from the download page: -- Explore and modify the document...
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