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  • Are you a WILY developer?

    I don't believe there are any outside of Microsoft who can actually call themselves a WILY developer, but I thought I'd pass on the acronym. Kent Tegels has been using it for awhile as a way to categorize blog entries on W hidbey, I ndigo, L onghorn and Y ukon. I like to use it as a quick way to refer...
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  • Paul Thurrott speaking on Longhorn

    Paul Thurrott of Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows fame will be speaking tomorrow night at the Huntsville New Technology User Group to celebrate their sixth anniversary. I've never personally heard Paul speak, but for all of the effort he has put into covering Longhorn so far, I'm sure it be worth...
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  • Windows Longhorn Buzz

    Feedster has setup a Longhorn Feedpaper It should be interesting to see the results that show compared to the basic search feed for longhorn and xaml Just the other day, I was talking about how blogs and RSS are like the first cars. It was much better (in most ways) than riding a horse, but the first...
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  • Channel9 Wallpaper

    Following up on the wallpaper thread on Channel9, I've created my own version of the Channel9 avatar. Sure was nice to get back into Photoshop, its been a bit dusty lately. Available in: 1600x1200 1024x800 800x600
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  • Longhorn Evangelists on .NET Rocks!

    I just finished listening to the .NET Rocks! MS Longhorn Evangelism team episode . Let me start off by saying, I'm a big .NET Rocks! fan. I don't think I've said it before, but its definitely an entertaining and informative show. And when you're sitting around coding up some data entry stuff, its the...
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  • "Why Longhorn Matters" from the Mac perspective

    Ian Bettridge has a nice conversation going on in his comments section about Miguel de Icaza's Why Longhorn Matters post . Its nice when you can hear from Mac users who are beyond the "MICROSOFT SUXXORS!" mode. “Regardless of what you may think of Microsoft (and I realise this is going to be a...
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  • Miguel de Icaza on Longhorn

    Miguel de Icaza talks about Longhorn and Planning for the Future. I like how he doesn't discount Longhorn just because the features may have been done already in some form of open-source, but realizes the power, in what I mentioned earlier as implementation but he better entitles deployment . Applications...
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  • Tech MeetUps

    Although MeetUps rarely happen in my area ( Fort Wayne, IN ), I thought I would pass along the latest MeetUp I have signed up for. http://sqlserver.meetup.com/ Currently only ten members, this must be a new group. Our user group does not have enough members interested in SQL to start a focus group, so...
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  • Paying for online content?

    So via Feedster I found a new article on XAML entitled A Standards-based Look at XAML's Features . The problem is it looks interesting, but its a Premier Club Only article and I would have to pay $10 a month to get into the club. I guess I have become spoiled with free online content and didn't even...
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  • Preparing for Tech-Ed

    I found out yesterday, I am on my way to Tech-Ed in San Diego this year. I haven't been to Tech-Ed since 2000, so this should be a real different experience. I've changed a lot and so have my responsibilities at work. I imagine I will be able to get a lot more out of Tech-Ed than the last time I went...
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