• Tim Sneath

    The Inside Scoop on Interviewing at Microsoft

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    (or at least, my personal take on it!) Over the last couple of months, I've been interviewing candidates for a couple of different roles at Microsoft at a rate of almost one a week. Interviewing is definitely something of a skill, both for the interviewee...
  • Tim Sneath

    Expression Interactive Designer and Graphic Designer March CTP

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    Psst - don't tell anyone - but the March release of Expression Interactive Designer ("Sparkle") and Expression Graphics Designer ("Acrylic") are now available. These releases are compatible with the February CTP of the WinFX Runtime Components, just to...
  • Tim Sneath

    Troubleshooting Windows Presentation Foundation Install Issues

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    By my reckoning, the most recent Feb 2006 CTP of WinFX represents the eleventh public release for Windows Presentation Foundation. (And I'm going to step out onto a limb and conjecture that we've probably got just three or four CTP-style releases to go...
  • Tim Sneath

    WPF Bloggers Updated

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    I've made a substantial set of updates to my list of WPF bloggers - you might want to reimport the OPML or update your feed reader manually if you use this to keep track of news and events in the WPF community. If you're missing from the list, please...
  • Tim Sneath

    iBloks: One of the First Commercial WPF Applications

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    One of the great joys of my role at Microsoft is that I get to work with some really cool partners who are building next-generation applications on our platform. Right now there are perhaps eight companies that I'm working with intensively on launch showcase...
  • Tim Sneath

    Getting Compatible with Windows Vista

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    Taking a momentary breather from the joys of Windows Presentation Foundation, I wanted to point to this excellent MSDN article on testing applications for compatibility with Windows Vista. Some of you may remember that at the PDC in 2003 one of the...
  • Tim Sneath

    Windows Live Becomes Windows Live Extreme

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    Just visited live.com (it's set as my home page) and got a giant surprise: lots of new features for this rapidly advancing portal site. I spotted at least the following new features: Fantastic new inline window popups (hover your mouse over the...
  • Tim Sneath

    Glaucoma! Glaucoma!

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    Digg links to this year's Vincent Flanders Awards for the worst-designed web pages, and there's no contest for my personal favorite - the Association of International Glaucoma Societies . It's hard to know where to start: the fact that the page takes...
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