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MSMQ on PocketPC

Will MSMQ with HTTP be available on the next version of PocketPC?  Again, the lawyers rear their heads here.  I can’t promise any feature for a future version of CE or PocketPC.  I probably can’t even promise that the next version of CE will have a thread scheduler or a file system :(.  Let’s just… Read more

WSE 2.0 SP2 Pre-Release

Hervey W announced the pre-release of WSE 2.0 SP2.  One of the features in this service pack is the KerberosToken2 token.  I previously worked on a custom binary token that passes Kerberos tickets over the wire.  The great news is that the KerberosToken2 token in WSE 2.0 SP2 enables you to obtain user-level authentication tickets… Read more

SBC Communications Selects Microsoft TV for Advanced IP Television Service

SBC Communications Selects Microsoft TV for Advanced IP Television Service .  Sweet!  Go watch the Flash demo on IPTV for the SBC Lightspeed project to get an idea of some of the planned features.  The coolest is the multiple camera angles for a single show.  Now will the Saturday college football broadcasts support this?  If so,… Read more

Atlanta Geek Dinner UPDATED – 11/15/2004, 6:00 pm, El Azteca Restaurant

Everyone in the Atlanta area has been asking for a repeat, so… The second Atlanta Geek Dinner will be held Monday, November 15 at 6:00 pm EST at El Azteca.  Click here for directions.  The last one was a blast, so get the word out!   Update:  the dinner was at Perimeter Mall Food Court,… Read more