What's in Store

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  • What's in Store

    Update to the Update

    • 107 Comments
    Hi. Wow there has been a lot of, let’s say, interest in the posting Friday. I knew there would be interest, and I knew that the news that we would not ship WinFS as a separate thing would make news, but didn’t expect quite the thread lengths we are seeing...
  • What's in Store

    WinFS Update

    • 361 Comments
    It's been nearly a year since I wrote my entry about WinFS Beta1, but rest assured, we have been working furiously since then. Today I have an update about how we are delivering some of the WinFS technologies. It represents a change to our original delivery...
  • What's in Store

    Showing off the next release of WinFS at Tech Ed 2006, in Boston! Join us!

    • 20 Comments
    Hello! Let me briefly introduce myself. My name is Shan Sinha. I am a program manager on the WinFS team, having joined the team approximately 8 months ago now. It has been a fast ride from the day I got started and it is only accelerating. I have the...
  • What's in Store

    The killer app for getting users organized

    • 17 Comments
    Hopefully by now, most of you have already seen some of the very cool WinFS demos ( PDC 2005 Real Estate Demo , WinFS iWish Video ) that we've built. Microsoft recently made a decision to productize some of these ideas into a new application - currently...
  • What's in Store

    My tryst with Destiny, err… Integrated Storage

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    Hi, my name is Sanjay Anand. I run the Program Management team for WinFS. I’ve been at Microsoft for almost 12 years now in which time I have been involved with networking, security, messaging, file systems, and of course integrated storage :-) Prologue...
  • What's in Store

    Synchronizing Data between WinFS Stores

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    Hi, my name is Mark Scurrell and I’m a Program Manager on the WinFS Sync team. I’d like to give you an overview of the functionality we provide to allow applications to synchronize data between WinFS stores. If you haven’t already done so, I would...
  • What's in Store

    WinFS Mailbox II

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    Hi Everyone! Before I disappear for the holidays, I thought I’d dig through our inbox, the blog, and newsgroup, and answer a few more questions. Q: Chris asks, “ While it's good to have a common silo that all apps can easily use, it's seems a bit risky...
  • What's in Store

    WinFS Beta 1 Refresh now available

    • 8 Comments
    MSDN subscribers can now download our Beta 1 Refresh release. This release contains the same functionality of our original Beta 1 release and runs on the final release of the .NET Framework 2.0 . Before installing the refresh, make sure you uninstall...
  • What's in Store

    Unify, Organize, Explore, and Innovate. Oh my! (Part 4)

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    …and then there was “Innovate”. We’ll close this series of posts by discussing how the WinFS relational platform provides powerful, next generation tools to the application developer. WinFS is built on a true relational store that all applications...
  • What's in Store

    Getting Data Into WinFS with WinFS Synchronization

    • 8 Comments
    One of the first topics developers ask about once they start learning about WinFS is “How do I get existing data in?” We tend to think of this in terms of a bigger problem: “How do I move a lot of data in and out of WinFS?” Our answer here is WinFS Synchronization...
  • What's in Store

    Gotdotnet Birthday Party

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    The Gotdotnet team is throwing a Birthday Party and all Gotdotnet users are invited! The party will occur at the Microsoft Visitor Center this Friday, November 18, 2005 between 6PM and 10PM. For more event details, see http://blogs.msdn.com/korbyp/archive...
  • What's in Store

    Unify, Organize, Explore, and Innovate. Oh my! (Part 3)

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    Today we’ll chat about “Explore”. In discussing Unify and Organize, we already touched on a lot of Explore, but relational exploration is so cool that there is plenty to talk about. WinFS gives you the ability to use relationships to find and display...
  • What's in Store

    Unify, Organize, Explore, and Innovate. Oh my! (Part 2)

    • 3 Comments
    Today we’ll talk about “Organize”. If you haven’t yet, you should check out Shishir’s WinFS PDC Presentation . He starts talking about Organize roughly 38 minutes into the talk. There is demo of the awesome “LifeJournal” app that shows the organization...
  • What's in Store

    PDC content now online

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    Hey everyone! All the Professional Developers Conference 2005 talks are now available. - WinFS Overview - WinFS Data Centric Applications using WPF and WinForms - WinFS and ADO.NET - All PDC 05 Videos We’re looking forward to your comments! Author...
  • What's in Store

    Unify, Organize, Explore, and Innovate. Oh my! (Part 1)

    • 3 Comments
    Hopefully by now, you’ve gotten a chance to take a look at our PDC video and see how applications can use WinFS to do really cool things. I thought I would write a little bit about each of our value propositions, so we can dig in and see what’s really...
  • What's in Store

    About WinFS Rules

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    Remember the scenario "mail related to candidates that are interviewing today” that Shishir talked about in one of the previous posts ? If so, have you been wondering “How did they do that?” My name is Kati Dimitrova, a developer on the WinFS API team...
  • What's in Store

    WinFS PDC Video

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    Hello developers! I’m Steve De Mar, the Product Designer for the WinFS team and I’m here to talk about the WinFS video at the PDC ( high-res , low-res ). It started with the WinFS team’s desire to spread the word about our platform value propositions...
  • What's in Store

    WinFS Backup/Restore at VSS Plugfest

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    On Tuesday morning, I presented at VSS Plugfest, an event hosted by Microsoft where around 100 backup/restore application developers come together at our Redmond campus. The goal of my presentation was to describe the infrastructure that we are building...
  • What's in Store

    Postcard from the PDC

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    Los Angeles – Wednesday, September 14, 2005 5:01 pm Phew what a day....one of the most enjoyable, exciting, nerve wracking, intense days of my life so far. My name is Ramesh Nagarajan, I am a program manager on the WinFS API team, and I just walked...
  • What's in Store

    Performance, Performance, Performance

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    You guessed it right from the title. This posting is all about WinFS performance and will answer the following questions: What does it mean for WinFS to perform? How do we measure performance? And most importantly how can you help improve WinFS performance...
  • What's in Store

    WinFS Mailbox

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    Hey Everyone. I realized that we needed a good way to reply to some of the comments and questions that we have been getting on the blog and mailed to us, so I’m starting a “WinFS Mailbox” type of post that I’ll do periodically. It’s just like the CBS...
  • What's in Store

    Using OPather To Help Write Queries

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    For those of you who have installed WinFS and had a chance to write some code against the WinFS API you have probably noticed the use of this query language called OPath. OPath is the WinFS API’s object query language that has been designed to allow developers...
  • What's in Store

    WinFS Overview Presentation at PDC 2005 – Repeat Session added

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    Due to overwhelming interest around WinFS at PDC, a repeat session has been added for the WinFS Overview talk (DAT209: “WinFS” Future Directions: An Overview). The original session is still scheduled to be Wednesday at 1:45 pm PST in 515AB. The encore...
  • What's in Store

    Visualizing WinFS Types

    • 2 Comments
    Hi, my name is Sanjay Nagamangalam and I am a PM in the WinFS API team. As I started writing my early WinFS apps, I wanted to quickly browse all the schema types. The docs were useful, but were not fast to scan through. I wanted to “see” a type in all...
  • What's in Store

    Synchronize your WinFS data with Microsoft Rave

    • 6 Comments
    As some of you may have discovered there is a set of applications on the WinFS CD. Some of these are officially “unsupported”, but are included because they demonstrate some of the capabilities of the WinFS platform. I’m going to describe Microsoft...
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