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  • Blog Post: How to Integrate Hotmail, SkyDrive, Messenger Into Your Website

    The developer experience has been revampeded for the Windows Live developer platform to make it easier for websites to integrate Hotmail, SkyDrive, and Messenger into your sites in ways that are meaningful and beneficial. Nearly all Windows 7 PCs come pre-installed with Messenger , Photo Gallery ...
  • Blog Post: Create Demos with Windows Demo Toolkit 5

    The Windows Demo Toolkit 5 is now available to Microsoft partners. At the center of the Windows Demo Toolkit is a deployment of the Windows 7 operating system tailored specifically for use in demonstrations. Windows Setup is used to install the Microsoft products on your PC in minutes and includes...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Offers Support for Moving to the Cloud

    Today at the annual Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference , Jon Roskill, Microsoft’s new channel chief, unveiled business strategies and resources to help partners of all types seize new opportunities in the cloud. Tools for Your Business Roskill detailed new tools, resources and sales support...
  • Blog Post: Windows Live Wave 4 Completes Windows Experience

    The Windows Live team has shifted focus to the next major release internally known as Wave 4. The announcement was made by Chris Jones, Corporate Vice President of Windows Live, on the Inside Windows Live team blog , Getting ready for Windows Live Wave 4 . Jones writes, “We will then roll out updates...
  • Blog Post: Check out Live Labs Pivot

    Well, the folks over at Live Labs have been busy, and they’re now making a great new visualization technology available for developers to test out. This technology is called Pivot, and from the look of it, it’s an awesome tool for browsing through large collections of objects histographically (i.e.,...
  • Blog Post: Live Framework CTP Ending, Revamping

    The community preview for Live Framework is ending on September 8. In a posting, Important Updates to Live Services , on the Live Framework developer site  David Treadwell, Corporate Vice President, Live Platform Services, writes, “We are focused on making the next release of Windows Live the very...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Wave Site Offers Look at Cool Software, Hardware

    Microsoft Wave is now online to show off the cool software and hardware Microsoft develops. That includes Live Mesh , Photosynth , pptPlex , Songsmith , WorldWide Telescope , AutoCollage , DeepZoom , Tag , Surface , Xbox Project Natal and some Xbox games. You know, the cool stuff. "Microsoft Wave...
  • Blog Post: Four New ‘How Do I?’ Videos Published for Azure Services Platform

    Four new Azure Services Platform  “How Do I” videos (HDIs) have been published. The “How Do I” videos are free, task-oriented, and “bite-sized” to get you up to speed quickly. You can see the Azure Services Platform in action without the CTP. Windows Azure Leverage Concurrency in Windows Azure Table...
  • Blog Post: Simplify User Access, Secure Collaboration Across Organizational Boundaries with ‘Geneva’ Beta 2

    One of the biggest challenges facing ISVs how to deal with the identity of the users and what information they are allowed to have access to. When you add the idea of securing access between organizations, it gets more complex. But users want single sign on. They don’t really want to have to log in using...
  • Blog Post: Azure Services Platform Training Kit, Management Tools Get Update

    Updates to the Azure Services Platform Training Kit and Azure Services Management Tools have been released. Azure Services Platform Training Kit Update Today we released an updated version of the Azure Services Training Kit. The first Azure Services Training Kit was released during the week of...
  • Blog Post: Live Framework Examples Interop with Many Technologies

    A code gallery for Live Framework samples and posted six new samples not included in the Live Framework SDK have been updated. The samples show how you can access and participate with users and Windows Live information with your applications. Sample Name Description Technologies...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with Live Tools for Visual Studio

    When you use hotmail.com or Live Messenger or even Live Search, you've used Live Services. Live Services include more than 15 services and is part of Azure Services Platform . Users can share files, photos, and contacts, synchronize them automatically between different devices, and more. As ISVs your...
  • Blog Post: Quick Applications Help You Get Stared with Live Services Development

    Quick Applications offer customizable out-of-the box solutions for specific Web scenarios. Each Quick App is built on Live Services and is offered as a source code download you can use right away. Live Framework The Live Framework is the uniform way for programming Live Services from a variety of...
  • Blog Post: Sanjay Jain with Live@EDU experts from EduCAUSE 2008

    Sanjay Jain, ISV Architect Evangelist , takes an opportunity to discuss Live@EDU adoption opportunities for ISVs with Markus Weickenmeier and Roxie Mitchell at EduCAUSE 2008 . Enjoy!! Click here for Video. Sanjay Jain ISV Architect Evangelist Microsoft Corporation http://blogs.msdn...
  • Blog Post: Live Framework Tools Updated in January CTP

    The Live Framework Tools team has announced the January CTP update. This update contains a number of fixes. The update was announced on Live Framework CTP Developer Connection on Connect. It is one of the three parts of the Live Framework SDK and Tools . The Live Framework Tools significantly decrease...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Hosting Days with Business, Technical and ISV Tracks

    Microsoft Hosting Days is an annual event series that offers three different tracks and a unique opportunity to network during Happy Hour with key Microsoft professionals as well as your partners within the hosting ecosystem. In the US, there are three full day events planned 1. February 19 in Reston...
  • Blog Post: MIX09 Content Grows, Discounts Available For Limited Time

    The MIX09 Content Team is crazy-busy confirming sessions for Microsoft's premier event for Web developers and designers March 18-20 in Las Vegas, NV. During the coming weeks, the number of published sessions will more than double. Also, new for MIX09: 20 minute mini-sessions. Mini-sessions are grouped...
  • Blog Post: Live Mesh Wins Crunchie for Best Technology Innovation

    CNet reports that Live Mesh won top honors in their blog post, Microsoft's Live Mesh top innovation at the Crunchies . The Chruncie is a popularity contest via votes cast through the Crunchies Web site and with input from the Crunchies Committee, consisting of co-hosts GigaOm, Silicon Alley Insider,...
  • Blog Post: Updated Windows Live Offers Your Customers New Ways to Share Information

    At the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) this week, Steve Ballmer made a very significant announcement: the availability of the new version of Windows Live . The new Windows Live is designed to make it much easier to communicate and share experiences with the people you care about, and stay connected to...
  • Blog Post: Webcasts Help You Get Started With Azure Services Platform

    If you’re a developer and you’re new to Azure Services Platform , there's a great place to start. Our ISV Innovation site has posted a Web seminar you’ll learn what Windows Azure is, and what is provided by the Azure Services Platform. You’ll learn about technologies that are available today, and those...
  • Blog Post: Azure Services Platform's Pricing, Availability

    The top questions I get about the Azure Services Platform are about pricing and availability. While exact details have not been announced, there are some guidelines that can help ISVs in early decision making about adopting the new cloud platform. The details are provided on the Azure Services Platform...
  • Blog Post: Glimpse Emerging Technologies at MDSN Developers Conferences

    You're invited to attend the MSDN Developer Conference for a glimpse into the future of the Microsoft Application Platform. You will experience Microsoft’s vision for Cloud Computing and building applications that seamlessly bridge the gaps between PC, Web, and phone. Be among the first to see the full...
  • Blog Post: How Azure Services Platform Changes Your Architecture

    David Chappell has put together a white paper that provides an early look into how your application architecture changes with the introduction of Azure Services Platform . Chappell explains the platform in detail for architects and technical decision makers. Azure Services Platform is a group of cloud...
  • Blog Post: Download Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio

    With the new Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio , we make it easy for Visual Studio and .NET developers to build, debug, test, and deploy Web applications for our cloud platform. You can build an ASP.NET Web application using the same tools and techniques you use today – the experience is...
  • Blog Post: Live Services SDK Previewed

    Many capabilities of the Live Services platform were demoed today, including how developers can build rich applications and experiences that can be extended to over 400 million users of the company’s Windows Live services such as Windows Live Hotmail and Windows Live Messenger. In addition, Live Services...
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