Intriguing article by Jon Oltsik on Cnet.com yesterday about Microsoft’s identification of and response to the security flaw that yesterday’s update was dedicated to patching. We’ve come a long way, baby!
MSFT and Novell
The relationship between MSFT and Novell just took another incredible turn, the latest in a colorful joint history. This seems to be very good for Microsoft, but I couldn’t help but come away with the impression that the adoption rate… Read More ›
Office 2007 Delay? Actually, No.
There has been a lot of confusion over the announcement that Office 2007 would also reschedule its consumer launch date to January 2007 to match that of Vista. This marketing launch is a different animal than the development and availability… Read More ›
Roger Sessions on the Nov 7 Coordinated Product Launch
Roger Session’s latest ObjectWatch newsletter addresses his view of the November 7 launch of three Microsoft products, Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005, and BizTalk Server 2006. He suggests that the battle is not MSFT product vs. IBM product any… Read More ›
TechEd 2005 Sessions and Slides
Even while sitting at Gnomedex, (on a Saturday), I have to keep up with my day job. This looks like a great way to view the slides and watch the sessions from Tech-Ed 2005 a month ago. http://microsoft.sitestream.com/teched2005/ Tech-Ed Sweetness… … Read More ›
MSFT RSS-Enabled KB Announcements
Microsoft is now publishing RSS Feeds for recently published KB articles for each of its products. See the complete list here. Some of the more important and significant products that you might want to take note of… Microsoft Content Management… Read More ›
The Open Source Heretic
Today’s open source class is opened with an article on Forbes.com based on an interview with Larry McVoy. Read the required readings for today’s class, and then discuss amongst yourselves… Here are a couple of quotes from the article to… Read More ›
BizTalk Performance Blog
The BizTalk team at MSFT has created another blog – this one focused on BizTalk Server Performance. Keep up the great work!
MS Interoperability Webcasts
Starting Jan 18 (2005), there will be 3-4 weeks of webcasts available for architects and developers and IT pros dealing with interoperability between MS .Net platforms and IBM, BEA, and MS-COM applications and systems. Also included are architectural webcasts detailing… Read More ›
Windows Antispyware (Beta)
Windows AntiSpyware (Beta) is a security technology that helps protect Windows users from spyware and other potentially unwanted software. Known spyware on your PC can be detected and removed. This helps reduce negative effects caused by spyware including slow PC… Read More ›