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Formerly called WinFX, the official name of the piece of software art is now called .NET Framework 3.0 . The technology is based on .NET Framework 2.0 and bundles the following next-generation internet-enabling technologies that are considered key pillars...
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Finally it's there, the betas of three amazing products we've been waiting for so long: Windows Vista (build 5384.4) Longhorn Server 2007 Microsoft Office all went into the beta 2 stage a couple of days ago and are now available through MSDN Subscriptions...
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A first CTP build of Microsoft Expression Web Designer (Quartz) can be downloaded here . I'm not so much into web development anymore, except for the ASP.NET 1.x and 2.0 basics, but I've been working with tools like FrontPage quite a bit in the past....
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A couple of great downloads have become available recently. Time for some links: SQL Server 2005 Books Online (April 2006) contains new information on SQL Server 2005 up to the SP1 level of the product. There are links for documentation on Express too...
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This evening a friend of mine pinged me on MSN about a problem, with the scary nickname "XYZ starting to hate the microsoft office suite". Apparently, Word (and other Office applications) stopped to respond when he tried to open or save a document through...
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According to Netcraft , Microsoft gained about 4.71 percent web server market share. I'm happy to see this evolution: IIS and ASP.NET are really great pieces of technology and a lot has been proven on the field of security and reliability in the last...
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Today Microsoft announced that Virtual Server 2005 R2 is now available as a free download . This also will apply to the forthcoming service pack 1 of Virtual Server 2005 R2. I guess no additional comment is required. Because virtualization technology...
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For those of you interested in compiler technologies and enhancements, the Microsoft Research Phoenix project will be worth to take a look at. A short introduction: Phoenix is the code name for a software optimization and analysis framework that is the...
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For those of you who don't have an MSDN Subscription and want to jump on the train of public betas of various new technologies and products, check out this site: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/beta/preregister.mspx . Del.icio.us | Digg It...
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A couple of days ago I received the news that Tech Ed 2006 has been rescheduled to November and will coincide with IT Forum in November this year. You can find the official announcement below. Also check out http://www.microsoft.com/europe/teched as well...
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