Randy Holloway at Microsoft

Blogging from the field.

February, 2004

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    Yukon Community at CLRSQL

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    I've had some great feedback on my post about the new Yukon community site I'm working on building. I've received a few dozen comments and e-mails so far, and I think we have some great candidates for contributors identified. I'm interested to get some...
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    Defining Relationships in Orkut

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    Don Park and Robert Scoble both had interesting posts on Orkut over the past week. In Don's post , he describes a "friendship circle" which could serve as a model on which relationships could be defined in social software. Robert also described how there...
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    The Benefits of CLR Integration in Yukon

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    Here's an article posted earlier today to the SQL Server Yukon community site CLRSQL . The article provides an overview of the benefits for developers in using the CLR to develop applications targeted towards Yukon.
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    Quiet Period

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    I haven't had the time to update for a while, but there are good reasons. First, the CLRSQL site is getting ready to undergo some major changes. While I've started by pointing to some decent Yukon content and posting some original content, I'm still in...
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    Scoble on Microsoft Search

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    Interesting interview with Robert on Microsoft search technologies. I've talked with Robert about the photos example extensively, but I'll be interested to hear more ideas from people about the potential applications of WinFS to address common business...
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    Longhorn Conspiracies

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    How many evil conspiracies have been ascribed to Microsoft since the Longhorn hype picked up late last year? I'm losing count. Here's the latest I've seen- "Longhorn will kill middleware" . As usual, the actual article is a little different than the title...
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