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  • Matt Powell

    Global MVP Summit Dinner

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    Had Sushi last night with XML, Indigo and Web service folks from Microsoft along with the MVPs who are in town for the global summit. A good time seemed to be had by all. My personal favorite moment was when Sam Gentile slurped down some Uni like a kid...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    The Secret Source of Google's Power

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    There is an excellent blog entry on Google's approach to building an infrastructure to support their search engine and services. This reminds me of Nelson 's talk last summer at Gnomedex but adds some interesting commentary and speculation into the mix...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Windows XP Service Pack 2: Webcast Overview for ISVs

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    This is worth attending. even if the time is a bit nasty for the folks downunder. Tony is an Aussie. He is a great speaker. You are invited to attend an informational webcast for Independent Software Vendors on Friday, April 23rd at 12:00 (PST...
  • The Old New Thing

    A very brief anecdote about Windows 3.0

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    Dove Bars for everybody....
  • Lee Mungai's BLog

    MSDN XML Developer Center Launched

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    XML Developer Center Find information about working with XML technologies in such products as SQL Server and Microsoft Office, as well as developer technologies such as MSXML and System.Xml in the .NET Framework.
  • Bit-cycling

    XP SP2 pictures (squeaky wheels?)

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    Shortly after my previous whining about Paul Thurrott not noticing the new wireless UI, he posted an updated review of the SP2 beta which had some glowing things to say about the wireless experience. Things like that are really great, not just for me...
  • Bit-cycling

    Musings on Consistency in OS Design

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    I'm a bit behind in my browsing and posting, but I wanted to note that Pierre Igot has posted parts 2 & 3 of the Mac OS X Hall of Shame. I take these articles as object lessons -- examples of things I wouldn't want to repeat, and an opportunity to...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    ASP.NET Exposed goes international

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    Colt Kwong is putting on an awesome ASP.NET Exposed event ! If you want a copy of the DVD to do your own event, let me know!
  • Wayne's Microsoft Blog

    Is Washington better than California?

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    Someone I know is considering moving up to the Seattle area and asked me about my Washington experience. Other friends of mine who are considering Microsoft actually ask me this a lot so I thought I'd write an entry about it. Here are some general...
  • .NET4Office

    Who am I

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    I just realized that I should maybe provide a little better idea of who I am and what I do. My name is Eric Carter--I'm a Development Lead at Microsoft. My team and I are currently working on Visual Studio Tools for Office 2.0. My team (which fortunately...
  • .NET4Office

    I'll be there

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    You may have noticed my “I'll be there” picture.. I'll be there--isn't that like a really bad Michael Bolton song or something of that ilk? Anywhoo, I'll be at Tech-Ed this year talking about VSTO 2.0 mainly, but I'm sure I can help you...
  • Richard Godfrey

    New UK Architect Portal

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    We've just launched a UK centric Architects area at www.microsoft.com/uk/msdn/architecture (which admittedly is a little empty at the moment). We have plans to fill it up with good quality stuff as soon as we can so please keep checking on it! BTW, we...
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