New DigSig Article

A new article on digital signatures is up on MSDN.  Written by Andrey Shur (our all-knowing, all-seeing PM on packaging technology) it gives an overview of how the whole OPC Digital Signing Framework works.  I know the Bears and Seahawks are playing this weekend, but you may want to spend that time reading this article…

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XPS .95 now available

Version .95 of the XPS spec is now available.  Download it from the XPS download site.  Also, go to the main XPS blog to get all the details on what is new and what is changed with this version.  Specs were printed out in baby-blue this time.  Last version was dark blue – so I…

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InfoTrends talk in Boston

Next week I am off to Boston to speak at the InfoTrends Office Document Solutions conference.  Feel free to make fun of the bad picture of me on the website.  The title of my talk is ‘XPS Revealed’.  I’m going to take an stab at really explaining some of the fundamental trends in the software…

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Beta 2 of XPS Essentials Pack is out

Beta 2 of the XPS essentials pack is out.  Read about the details and how to download at the XPS team blog.  Here is the quick list of what is in the pack: A stand-alone XPS Document Viewer Microsoft XPS Document Writer to output files to the XPS Document format through the print command of…

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RC1 is out

RC1 of .NET 3.0 and Windows Vista has shipped.  If you are a beta tester for Vista you already should have access to the released bits.  Anyone can download .NET 3.0 from here. .NET 3.0 contains the latest bits of Windows Presentation Foundation and of course the platform APIs for XPS and the XPS viewer.  Also…

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