I get a few "interesting" questions each week, but this has gotta be the winner of the year so far. I have removed the name to protect the innocent and those bolding & underlines were put in by the author of the email.
I am not confident of this answer "shouldn' t be an issue" . I need real answers to base real business decisions on. .Net 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 can run on Windows 2000, Windows XP, plus server editions of these Operating Systems. I tried to install SQL Server 2005 beta on a Windows XP image using Virtual PC on a Macintosh, it failed to install. Based on the response below, it should work. My question is whether .Net 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 will be supported by Virtual PC on a Macintosh. Thanks and regards
I am not confident of this answer "shouldn' t be an issue" . I need real answers to base real business decisions on.
.Net 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 can run on Windows 2000, Windows XP, plus server editions of these Operating Systems.
I tried to install SQL Server 2005 beta on a Windows XP image using Virtual PC on a Macintosh, it failed to install. Based on the response below, it should work.
My question is whether .Net 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 will be supported by Virtual PC on a Macintosh.
Thanks and regards
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If you have come to visit me following my sponsorship of G'day World from Demo@15, or from
the recent article in The Bulletin on Business Blogging by Josh Gliddon, let
me say G'day.
I bet you are wondering who the hell I am, and why did I support those
Wacky Australians who are producing G'Day World, as well as
a number of other podcasts under the banner of The Podcast Network.
First off, Cam and Mick are mates of mine. I introduced
them which kinda helped launch their brilliant new career. They
interviewed me in a rather infamous podcast recently.
Secondly, I work at Microsoft in Australia. I head up a team of Evangelists,
who work with different technical communities - Developer, Academic and IT
Professional. All members
of my team have been bitten by the blogging bug too. I am also the current
editor of the Aussie
MSDN Flash, a bi-weekly newsletter. I've been in the industry many years,
and have a
summary about me online, which needs to be updated.
Thirdly, I am a pretty prolific blogger. Currently, I have 3 major blogs that
I maintain. This one which is work
related, a personal one and one
on The Spoke.
I have been interviewed a few times for my blogging, and have featured in The Bulletin twice recently -
once on podcasting
and once on business
blogging. And I have been asked to participate on a
panel at an upcoming Business Blogging forum here in Sydney.
Finally, I'm a
dad - I have a lovely caring
supportive wife and four
wonderful kids. I am a mad
passionate St.Kilda supporter and being online is addictive.
[ Currently Playing : G'day World
"DEMO@15" 2005-03-01 - Cameron Reilly - TPN - G'day World (01:09:33)
The team from G'day World have posted tbe fruits of Cameron's visit to Demo@15. I was fortunate enough to win the eBay auction for sponsorship of this particular show. It was a small price to pay to be part of podcasting history!
I'm downloading it right now.
The company behind Infoview
has started a blog - a new
business/technical blog about electronic forms based solutions built on InfoPath
It will be interested to see how this pans out - will it be an authentic
voice from the team creating the product or will it merely be a flog.
Christophe, it's in your hands, we will be watching.
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The Black Eyed Peas - Elephunk (03:35) ]
I was interviewed last week for an article in The Bulletin.
The article is out today. It features me and Lenn Pryor from Microsoft, as well as four other Aussie bloggers Trevor Cook, Mark Jones , Derek Lark & Neil Napper.
It's a good introduction to folks who aren't aware of what's happening out there in the blogosphere.
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