Tim Mallalieu's Blog.

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    Early walkthrough of the Montego client

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    Earlier this year (when we were still the Montego Project... i.e. before we become Microsoft Codename Data Explorer) we started with building out a client experience over our runtime. We still have both the client and the cloud service but we only...
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    Using the Montego Client & Excel

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    When we did the demo at PASS we were showing the cloud experience. In my last post I had a video of one of our earlier iterations on the Montego client - the mashup component of Data Explorer. This next post shows a little bit about how you can reference...
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    Creating a custom RSS reader in Montego (cloud)

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    One of the things I really like about our bits is the fact that I can build little "libraries" by example. In this case I wanted to create an RSS Reader, a library we should have but do not yet have. We can use our existing capabilities, however, to...
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    3 years...

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    3 Years... that's right, three years since I posted on this blog. Wow, talk about not having much to talk about. Well... I am pretty excited about the stuff we are doing now and am eager to start talking about it. I have been chomping at the bit for...
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    14 Months Ago

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    14 months ago… It was 14 months ago that a bunch of us were sitting in a conference room with Dave Campbell reviewing some things he had been thinking about and some stuff we had been playing with. Our team had been sitting with some internal...
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    Fun with the formula bar…

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    In Data Explorer, you do not always have to pull stuff in from external sources. You can write text and treat it as a data source or you can just write expressions in the formula bar. In this post we will play with some of the ways you can create data...
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