• Tim Sneath

    Red v. Blue: A Halo Parody

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    Eric Gunnerson points out this hilarious set of movies featuring the characters from Halo.
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    Musical Scales with (n != 12) Notes

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    Just been listening to a fascinating programme on Radio 4 whilst travelling between offices, which coincidentally managed to follow on exactly from to something I was musing about last night. Western music has twelve notes in each octave, as is well...
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    UK Developer Events Planning

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    We're currently going through the process of planning this year's UK developer events . We run over 30 free developer seminars a year in our Reading and London offices, along with roadshows, product launches, and developer conferences - and that's...
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    Microsoft Reader Free eBooks

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    I'm presuming most of you have spotted the free book promotion on the Microsoft Reader site now, but if not, go visit the site now ! This really is something for nothing, as the saying goes - at first I presumed rather cynically that it would only...
  • Tim Sneath

    Late Junction

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    If you're bored with the manufactured rubbish that passes for popular music these days, you really should try the most surprising mix of music you'll ever hear: Late Junction on BBC Radio 3 , Monday to Thursday nights from 10:15pm. Late Junction describes...
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    New "First Class" .NET Language: COBOL!

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    (Perhaps I should grow a beard and wait another fifteen years before blogging this :-) Fujitsu have been doing some fantastic work on language support that has been underappreciated by Microsoft, and they've just released a new version of their...
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    Web Service Enhancements 2.0 Tech Preview

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    Just been posted - a technical preview of Web Services Enhancements (WSE) 2.0 . If you haven't come across WSE before, it's a package that provides support for new and emerging web service standards such as WS-Security , WS-Transaction and WS...
  • Tim Sneath

    A Brief Introduction

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    A belated entry to the world of blogging. My name is Tim Sneath, and I'm a developer at Microsoft in the UK Developer & Platform Engineering group. As a group, our focus is to help developers and architects adopt emerging technologies such as the...
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    Developing Side-by-Side Assemblies with .NET

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    I'm delivering a webcast later today on developing .NET assemblies, if anyone's interested. You can enroll to attend here ; if you've already enrolled, you can download the slides from the webcast here . The session covers the following topics...
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