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  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2005-06-04

    Visual Studio Team System Bill Sheldon from InterKnowlogy has an item in the June 3rd edition of Developer .NET UPDATE [ Developer .NET UPDATE--Visual Studio 2005 Team Editions--June 3, 2005 ] that takes a look at the role-based editions of Team...
  • Mikhail Arkhipov (MSFT)'s WebLog

    My BFD duties

    Recently it was my turn to perform BFD duties. What is the BFD you said? Well, let’s start from the beginning. Visual Studio division has a large build lab which is building and servicing multiple branches of the code. There are large branches called...
  • Antimail

    The WS-* world is changing

    I just finished reading a shocking post from Richard Monson-Haefel, where he blatantly states that JAX-RPC is a bad technology. It's not everyday when you see this type of messages from the same person that wrote a well-respected book on the same subject...
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    Darren Neimke... Microsoft Office Information Bridge Framework... This weeks .Net User Group Meetings

    Darren Neimke is coming to New Zealand to talk at the .Net User group Meetings this week ( Tuesday in Auckland , Lunchtime Wednesday in Christchurch and Wednesday evening in Wellington ) on Information Bridge Framework. I haven't met Darren but from what...
  • Microsoft Senior Sales Excellence Manager - Eric Ligman

    FREE Event Resources for Partners! Are you using them yet?

    Imagine having access to a multitude of resources at your fingertips that you could use FREE for your Microsoft solutions based events. What kind of resources you ask? Well, here are just a few of the ones you could be using today: 1) Online Registration...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Anthony Tsim presents live from TechEd 2005 on Virtual Labs

    Regional Director Scott Hanselman writes this about Anthony Tsim. "12:15PM GNL001 The New Virtual Labs Program: Customer-Centered Software Evaluation. Anthony Tsim is a fun guy and he'll be showing how to experiment with Microsoft software without...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    More Burnout goodness

    Paul just sent an amazing link my way... Burnout: Revenge ( official site )! Oh yeah ! Now you can crash into all the other cars on the road, AND they have added shortcuts to the new maps. These guys really do build the best damn racing franchise...
  • Sriram Krishnan

    Hello World

    Hello everyone. I took the red pill recently and joined Microsoft as a PM on Visual Studio for Devices a couple of weeks back. We're the folks who let you build apps for the Smartphone,PocketPC,etc. This also means I'll get to play with some of the...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    RSS - the Shiva of the publishing business

    The director of digital publishing at the Guardian, Simon Waldman, has posted a transcript of a presentation he gave at World Editor’s Forum in Seoul earlier this year ( via JD Lasica): "...we believe that the trends we are currently seeing with...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Leavin' on a jet plane...

    Heading to Orlando in the morning...getting up at 4:30, which is less than 4 hours from now. Woohoo! I'm very excited about the coming week at Tech-Ed 2005. I can tell that most of Microsoft is already there or on the way because my email inbox has...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Podcast: TechEd 2005 - First three videos are up...

    What a long day, Iit’s now 8:40pm in Seattle, 11:40pm in Orlando/Florida, I’ve been travelling since 6:30am this morning… Florida is just like Seattle, wet, thunderstorms (but somewhat warmer, it’s about 80F outside right now). Keynote setup and rehersals...
  • Just Coding

    MSN to Begin Charging for Hotmail Wireless Access

    I've been on holidays for the last 10 days. I've been in an island, and the only device I can use was my smart phone. I use to read my Hotmail inbox using PocketIE, however, and without any notice, MSN has Began to Charge for Hotmail Wireless Access....
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