Back in the Saddle
Has it really been a month? Honest, I wasn’t lost in the park for the entire month. A lot has been going on with the new version of BizTalk Server 2004 (Beta) and continuing with Content Management Server 2002. Had… Read More ›
What the… is Capitol Reef Park?
I’m taking a couple of vacations days this month — where “vacation” is loosely translated to only working a few hours each night after the family goes down instead of all day… — and today finds us at Capitol Reef… Read More ›
MS CMS 2002 SP1 RELEASED!
Service Pack 1 for MS CMS 2002 has been released to the web, and is available for download. This is a big service pack …. Over 350 bug fixes around 40 QFEs rolled up (and every QFE scrubbed) Windows 2003… Read More ›
Standard Edition of MS CMS
I have not heard any internal announcements about the available date of the Standard Edition of MS CMS (Content Management Server) 2002, and I do not think that pricing has been fixed yet, but here is a Computerworld story about… Read More ›
Gasp! – Switching from Linux *to* Windows?
Who ever heard of such a thing? Is Netcraft reading it’s results table backwards??? Check out a recent Netcraft report showing that 8,000 web sites have recently switched from being hosted on Linux to being hosted on Windows 2003.
…Finally… Choices are good. There is now a workflow model and samples available for MS CMS 2002. There are also good partner solutions – (the solutions that I’m familiar with include those from TeamPlate and Sourcedode Technologies)… Life will change… Read More ›
MGB Day One
Yesterday was Day One of the Annual MS Global Briefing – targeted towards Field Sales and Consulting personnel. It was my first time to attend a MGB, and I was impressed. The only time that I had seen Steve Ballmer… Read More ›
MSFT and blogs (Scoble-d)
Scoble describes why employee blogging is a big deal at Microsoft. I’m still not sure what to do with mine, but I think it is important that this issue is respected.
Job Function at Microsoft
I’ve been asked by a couple of people to describe my job function at Microsoft.Fair question. I’m an E-Business Product Technology Specialist for Microsoft, in the Sales group, primarily involved in Technical Pre-Sales opportunities. I specialize in the E-Business Server… Read More ›
Who is Owen Allen
Hi. Nice to meet you. My name is Owen Allen, and I’ve got a great and wonderful family. A beautiful wife, and four completely different and challenging and fun kids. We are enjoying Summer vacation right now, and the kids… Read More ›