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  • Blog Post: Synchronizing Files to Windows Azure Storage Using Microsoft Sync Framework

    I wanted to kick off this post by introducing myself. I’m Michael Clark. I lead the Sync Framework team. I don’t normally post to this blog (Liam Cavanagh does a fantastic job of that) but wanted a forum to get the information below out for now and decided that blog would be a good venue. One of the...
  • Blog Post: New Code Sample: File Synchronization with a Simple Custom Provider

    Do you have data in a custom format that you want to synchronize with a directory in the file system? This new code sample shows you how to use Sync Framework to do just that. This sample shows you how to: Write a simple custom provider that represents your data store. Implement a data...
  • Blog Post: SyncToy 2.1 Available for Download

    SyncToy 2.1 has just been released to the Microsoft Download center. SyncToy 2.1 is a free application that synchronizes files and folders between locations. Typical uses include sharing files, such as photos, with other computers and creating backup copies of files and folders. SyncToy2.1 is powered...
  • Blog Post: New Sync Framework Samples

    We have lots of new samples on Sync Framework Code Gallery . These samples demonstrate some of the most important and exciting features of Sync Framework 2.0. If you are new to Sync Framework or are looking for ways to write code to solve your synchronization problems, chances are we have a sample that...
  • Blog Post: Sync Framework 2.0 Available for Download

    I am happy to announce the availability of Sync Framework 2.0 . Sync Framework 2.0 expands on the capabilities offered by Sync Framework 1.0: Adds features that cater to new scenarios or scenarios that were difficult to support. Reduces the amount of work required to develop providers. Supports...
  • Blog Post: New File Sync Provider Webcast

    We have posted a new video webcast of the File Sync Provider now available for download (we will make it available on demand within the Sync Framework dev center as a featured video soon). In this webcast, Ashish Shah, Principal Development Lead in the Sync Framework team walks through an overview...
  • Blog Post: What's New with Sync Framework

    As a friend pointed out to me a few days ago, I have not provided much of an update on what is going on here in the Sync Framework team since last November. I think sometimes when I am so heads down on a product I can occasionally forget to give you an update on where we are. So I thought I would take...
  • Blog Post: Now Available - SyncToy 2.0 File Synchronization

    SyncToy 2.0 has just been released to the Microsoft Download center. SyncToy 2.0 for Windows is available as a free download and is an easy to use, customizable application that helps you copy, move, rename, and delete files between folders and computers. SyncToy is powered by Microsoft Sync Framework...
  • Blog Post: Synchronization to Hosted Services and an Explanation of the Bill Gates Keynote

    As Tim commented in my last post (and a number of others at the conference), the Bill Gates Sync keynote was really impressive, however it was somewhat hard to understand exactly what was going on and the components that were involved. I thought I would discuss some of the details behind this demonstration...
  • Blog Post: SyncToy, File Synchronization and the Microsoft Sync Framework

    A common question we get in the Data Replication and Synchronization group regarding the Microsoft Sync Framework is if there are any existing deployments of this technology. Although there are many components within the Microsoft Sync Framework which enable synchronization of any data source, one key...
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