Microsoft Australia's Rog42

Communication -> Connections -> Relationships

November, 2007

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    TyTN II

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    Finally, a device manufacturer that remembers what the "U" in "USB" stands for... I received my new HTC TyTN II today. From my previous post on the last SWMUG monthly meeting, you'll remember I said that this was going to be my next...
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    Mobile 6 - To Infinity and beyond

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    Were you even aware that your Mobile 6 device could take you places you'd only dreamed about? You do need to have bought it between 1 November and the end of 2007. Of course there are other conditions, which constrain people like me winning :-) for very...
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    Succession planning

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    Yep. So if you don't know by now, perhaps the grapevine is a bit thin on the ground, or the jungle drums a tad muffled, I've a new job. As it's been announced in the MSDN Flash, I can say that it's the Group Manager for the Developer Evangelists. An exciting...
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    Jigsaws of worth

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    Sometimes people do some work that is just brilliant. Simple in concept, and superlative in value. This is one of those times. 2 of the Microsoft Services folk in WA, Martin (Technical Account Manager) and Astrid (Consultant) McClean, are known for their...
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    Split Personality

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    I love Unified Communications. I really do. This is seriously amongst the coolest technology I've encountered in a career of cool technologies. But it's not only the technology itself that I love, also what it does for me. Do you feel like you simply...
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    Honouring Commitments

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    It's a simple principle, and one which we ignore at our peril. Saying "yes" to something, means you're saying "no" to something else. The problem is, that which we say "yes" to we have a choice about - like more work, volunteering...
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    Android's

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    Well I too saw the video of Android, the platform of the new G-Phone. Does it look cool? I would expect nothing less for a marketing video. Is there anything really new that we haven't yet seen in the world of mobility?   R 42 Technorati Tags: Windows...
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    They call it drinking from the Fire Hydrant...

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    The experience of starting a new role in Microsoft. Typically this describes what it feels like for the uninitiated, new starter; but as a 3 year veteran with the organisation, I'm starting to realise that this applies to any new role. The J-gradient...
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