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  • CSD Customer Experience Team's Blog

    BTS 2006 MOM 2005 Beta Pack Now Available

    In a nutshell, this management pack enables you to: Monitor the health and availability of the BizTalk Server components. Collect key performance data for BizTalk Server. Start common tasks in context of MOM alerts. Monitor overall health...
  • One Louder

    Snow what?

    There is snow expected here tomorrow (or tonight)...for some reason our weather-casters are wrong about 50% of the time (what a job...can I be wrong 50% of the time and still keep my job? Probably not!). They obviously have not figured out that if they...
  • East Region Microsoft CRM Blog

    CRM Launch - Personalized Sites

    Sign Up Your Prospects for the CRM Launch with Your Own Registration Page Are you concerned about registering your Prospects and Customers for the CRM Launch Event and keeping your leads private and viewable only by your organization? Interested in having...
  • CorrecteurOrthographiqueOffice

    The Microsoft Office 2003 French spell-checker vs. the OpenOffice speller

    A few weeks ago, Professor Jean Véronis, from the French University of Aix-en-Provence , carried out a comparison of the new Microsoft Office French spell-checker and the French speller included in the Google Toolbar (see here for a summary in English...
  • Rob Copeland's Blog

    What's next for me

    As many of you probably know, when we ship products at Microsoft a couple things usually happen: we celebrate, we sometimes reorg, and sometimes people ask themselves “what’s next for me?” Well, it took me 12 years, but I’ve finally asked myself that...
  • MicrosoftSoCalArchitectBlog

    Doing it wrong can cost you more that just money!

    One of the interesting things about architecture to me has always been finding a happy medium between what a business can afford and what it really needs to get done. For a long time, I have been a big proponent of adding small chunks of architecture...
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    Channel 9 Behind the Scenes video

    There is a new video interview on Channel 9 called Channel 9 Behind the Scenes , where I take my digital camera behind the scenes of the making of a Channel 9 video and interview Robert Scoble, joined by fellow channel 9 team member Charles Torre. I had...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Exploring Language Enhancements – Power Session

    Thanks to everyone that attended today’s Power Session on new language enhancements with Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0. <<Watch the recording>> <<Download the slides>>
  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    RSS Bandit Released

    I'm back from a Thanksgiving vacation, where I didn't rest enough and ate too much. Oh well, what do you expect from Thanksgiving... Dare has just released a new version of RSS Bandit . For those of you who haven't tried RSS Bandit, it's an open source...
  • Microsoft XML Team's WebLog

    MVP XML Library for .NET 2.0

    Oleg Tkachenko has announced that the Mvp.Xml library for .NET 2.0 has been released. This library is aimed at supplementing .NET framework XML processing functionality available through the System.Xml namespace and related namespaces such as System...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Power Session Slides

    Thanks to everyone that is attending these. With the holidays we got a little behind. So please find the slides from the SQL Server Power Sessions SQL Server 2005 Dynamic Management Views SQL Server 2005 Database Snapshots SQL Server 2005...
  • Randy Miller's Blog

    Quality of Service Requirements

    The name 'Quality of Service Requirement' was suggested as alternative to 'nonfunctional requirement' or 'quality attribute' in MSF for Agile Software Development by Sam Guckenheimer. In retrospect, I believe that it was a good idea. 'Nonfunctional requirements...
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