Plight of the last Windows Server 2003 server on MS.com

Please send words of encouragement to the last Windows Server 2003 machine on ms.com here.  The lone Windows Server 2003 server has a Facebook and LinkedIn page as well:-)  Pretty creative way to get the message out that ms.com runs on Windows Server 2008, except for lone server of course.    As a side-note, I…

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Interesting Read on Silverlight 2.0 and WPF

Pete Brown has a great blog post here on Silverlight 2.0 and WPF.  Pete makes some great points on what Silverlight 2.0 will bring to the table as well as mentioning what is available today with WPF. As Pete points out, writing applications in WPF does not rule out the web deployment model.  While the…

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Windows Presentation Foundation Soup to Nuts

Back to my blog…  Summary page for the WPF soup to nuts webcast series by Bill Steele, many of which were part of the top 10 webcast list for 2007. MSDN Webcast: Windows Presentation Foundation Soup to Nuts (Part 01 of 18): Introduction (Level 100) MSDN Webcast: Windows Presentation Foundation Soup to Nuts (Part 02…

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Parallel Computing Focused MSDN Portal

As we all know, processors are adding more and more cores on a single chip.  The laptop I am writing this blog post on is a dual-core x64 machine running x64 Vista.  This laptop cost the same as my Toshiba 9000 from just a few years ago.  As another example, I purchased a quad-core CPU…

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Happy New Year!

Yes, I know the new year is already a week old but I’m back this week:-) Just a quick post on a couple of “lists” I wanted to share: Communications Sector Recorded Webcasts – Links to recorded webcasts delivered to Communications Sector customers, which includes media & entertainment companies, telecommunication companies (wireline and wireless), and…

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Windows Mobile Developer Resources

Last Updated – 01/07/2007 Back to my blog The Windows Mobile team blog is here: http://blogs.msdn.com/windowsmobile/   Rob Tiffany’s blog is a great resource for Windows Mobile information: http://blogs.msdn.com/robtiffany/   A great third-party resource on Windows Devices: http://windowsfordevices.com/     LOB Application Guidance Rob Tiffany is a program manager at Microsoft.  His team produced the…

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Communications Sector Recorded Webcasts

Last updated  1/6/2008Webcasts are not password protected. You will be prompted for email and company name. Note: Email and company names are NOT shared inside Microsoft. I use them to track attendance numbers and audience. Webcasts I delivered.Building Sometimes Connected LOB Applications on Windows Mobile[December 2007] Windows Server 2008 IIS 7 Overview for Developers[December 2007]…

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