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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Redmondite? No Way Mate, I'm an Aussie, Yes I Am

    Computerworld ran a piece about corporate blogging . Believe it or not, but I was interviewed by Michael Crawford for this story and I was quoted in the article. Cameron Reilly : Bosses see bloggers as corporate liability and Josh Gliddon : Bosses...
  • Office Development is more than VBA

    TechTalk, Klappe, die zweite ...

    Nun, weil wir gerade beim TechTalk sind ... sind Sie vielleicht Netzwerk-Administrator und müssen Software im Unternehmen verteilen? Oder sind Sie Setup-Entwickler und müssen Software-Pakete für das Deployment vorbereiten? Stört es Sie auch, daß bei jedem...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Journos & Bloggers in Slugfest

    My little post a few days ago regarding an article in The Australia has seem to have stired a few emotions. I got sent an email from a friend "inside the journo circle" which featured a post from a blog roundup of local tech stories called Epitome...
  • Blog de David Sebban [MSFT]

    Ouverture de mon blog

    Cela fait maintenant près d'un an que je blog régulièrement sur mon MSN Space , maintenant que j'ai rejoint les rangs d'MS je ne me voyais donc dans l'obligation de continuer a blogger. Au menu : du Zero Touch et de la Xbox , à bientot.
  • Ken Hsu's Weblog


    Welcome to my MSDN blog! First - some information about myself - I am a program manager working in the Windows Globalization Infrastructure and Font technology group, the specific area of technology that I am working on are Multi-lingual User Interface...
  • Mohamed Sharaf's Blog

    VistaDB solved database hosting problems.

    I've been invited to test a new product, VistaDB . I found it amazing. It's a tiny database engine with huge benefits. VistaDB engine is only a dll with 32 Kb foot print and it works with almost all development platforms (.NET, COM, Delphi , C/C++...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    NZ ASP .NET 2.0 Hosters in New Zealand

    With the launch of ASP .NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005 I bet you want to go out there and host your creation for the world to see. Nigel has been working with a few of the local hosters to make this stuff happen:
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    A great set of learning resources for Visual Studio 2005 Web Developer

    Videos for the beginner, intermediate and then guided tours and quickstarts! We are getting better at the documentation stuff all the time ;)
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Uneasy listening

    I had a bit of time offline today. Gave me a chance to listen a bunch of the podcasts I've been saving up for a little while. Of those I heard, I recommend these three to listen to and absorb. If you're looking for some easy listening Richard Clayderman...
  • David Wang

    HOWTO: Run as normal user (non-admin) on Windows

    Sometimes, I wonder and worry about the vast majority of Windows users that run with administrative privileges. Most of them probably do this blindly because it is the default auto-login for Windows XP and do not know any better. This tells a lot about...
  • Josh Harrison's Blog


    My name is Josh Harrison, a Software Design Engineer in Microsoft's Developer Division. I hold a Master's in Computer Science from the University of South Alabama , and have six years of professional software engineering experience. In the world of technology...
  • Ben Armstrong

    The 7th Guest under Virtual PC

    Released in 1993 - The 7th Guest was one of the first CD-ROM based games I ever played (on a friend's 1x CD-ROM drive which was a caddy loader). This was the first of the infamous 'interactive movie' games. It places you in a creepy house built by an...
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