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    【参加無料】Windows XP からタブレットまで、業務アプリの “いま” と “これから” を理解する “The Microsoft Conference 2013” 登録受付中

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    2013 年 11 月 21 日 (木)、22 日 (金) に開催される The Microsoft Conference 2013 では、 最新の .NET 開発テクノロジーを俯瞰したうえで、既存アプリケーションの新しいテクノロジーへの移行やタブレット、クラウドプラットフォームをベースとした業務アプリケーション開発に向けて理解しておくべきことなど、幅広いトピックを網羅いたします。 開発者向けのトラックにて、10 以上のセッションをお届けするほか、最新デバイスや Windows ストアアプリを体験できる展示コーナーなど...
  • Life & Technical Discussions

    I am a PC and I work in Windows :)

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    Microsoft “I am a PC” campaign just rolled out on Windows.com, I just love those new Ads so much better than the previous ones. Anyway thought I would join and Say I am a PC and I work in Windows used by over 1 BILLIION users world wide! A very nice gesture...
  • Sam Stokes on Research in your life and studies

    Software Ethics

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    In research, there is a need to have a set of ethics. Software, as well as Electrical Engineers are ask to follow the ethics: http://www.acm.org/about/code-of-ethics/#sect1 , the high level considerations are: 1. General Moral Imperatives 1.1 Contribute...
  • SharePoint Travels

    Introduction

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    Thanks for visiting this blog. My name is Janice and I'm a Premier Field Engineer(PFE) here at Microsoft supporting SharePoint products and technologies. I plan on using this blog to document my journey in learning and leveraging SharePoint and sharing...
  • Gunther's Blog

    Microsoft NYC -- G.O.O.D. (Global Out Of the Office Day)

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    This morning I stopped by Central Park in NYC for the G.O.O.D in collaboration with Sheraton. It was a very nice set-up to work in a very relaxed atmosphere. There were tables with Laptops and web cameras set up and ready to go. Sheraton provided towels...
  • The Healthcare IT Blog

    Input for the Connected Health Framework

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    Yes, I know, it’s been a while since I posted and I know that I have probably lost a lot of readers. Fare enough! I hope to start posting more regularly and bring you more news from the Amalga family of products, the Health Solutions Group and Microsoft...
  • Microsoft UK Schools blog

    Fun with statistics 2 – Schools ICT Survey

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    For years I’ve eagerly looked forward to the publication of the annual “ICT in UK State Schools” report from BESA (the British Education Suppliers Association), because it provides a valuable insight into what is happening across the majority of schools...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    More Silverlight 2 Launch Links

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    Here’s a couple more links relevant to today’s launch of Silverlight 2: Tim Heuer on the launch Peter Laudati on debugging Silverlight 2 on the Mac
  • The blog of Rob Margel - Windows Help

    Follow the Worldcup on twitter

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    This is great Twitter / World Cup 2010 - What’s happening? How you can see general tweets , tweets about your team or specific games coming up or already played   Lets just not mention that howler from Green Rob Technorati Tags: twitter , worldcup...
  • Alina's blog

    Lancement Hyper-V et SQL Server 2008 en LIVE sur Internet depuis Paris

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    "Pour la première fois de son histoire, Microsoft France s’apprête à retransmettre en direct une émission couvrant l’événement de lancement de Hyper-V et SQL Server 2008, en direct depuis le Palais des Congrès de Paris. S’il nous est déjà arrivé de...
  • Steve Clayton

    David Treadwell Talks Live Mesh

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    David Treadwell is one of the quiet guys behind the scenes of Live Mesh amongst other things. We had him talk to some of our executives in a meeting I helped pull together earlier this year and I was seriously impressed by “tread”. He’s been around for...
  • Writing ... or Just Practicing?

    A Phantom At The Opera

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    I suppose I could try to impress people by telling them how I spent a pleasurable evening at a concert at the Buxton Opera House a week or so ago. But as I don't have any posh friends, and only a few posh colleagues, I guess it's safe to admit that the trip was actually to renew an infatuation from my younger days. No, honestly, it's safe to read on. I promise not to descend into tales of a depraved, wanton, and wasted youth (though I wish I'd had one).

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