AboutFrom a junior developer through Sr Manager position, I was always interested in new technologies. Passionate speaker, IT junky, developer, architect, team lead, and development manager - many hats, one goal - making software better and being closer to people’s needs. For the most part I am using my blog as a scratch pad, writing small articles on things which I came across, was asked about more then once, and which would otherwise require additional research again and again.
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Marco has commented on the article by one of the Microsoft folks about the failure of the Vista launch. After few minutes looking for the guy, I think I found the author for the article – Mark Russinovich, “Technical Fellow” … Continue reading
Do we see an introduction of the Web 3.0? There were talks for a while that Web 2.0 is coming. We have seen astonishing growth of the Social network solutions, virtual offices, companies rushing into Virtual machines business (Virtual PC, VMWare, Virtual Box, Citrix, … Continue reading
This seems to be a week of announcements: HD-DVD and now Microsoft is in the news again. As it was announced Feb 21, 2008 Microsoft announced a set of broad-reaching changes to its technology and business practices to increase the … Continue reading
As it appeared Microsoft did not stopped at changing licensing for .Net source code. As it was reported by BetaNews this Friday Now developers no longer need to request access to the binary file format (for Office 2003) documentation in … Continue reading
Microsoft was accused for many years in their secrecy about internals of the Frameworks and being overprotective when it comes to the point of someone looking at it. No-one was allowed to look at the code for the purpose of … Continue reading
This is follow up on Bill’s presentation at where he shown MS Surface (fast-forward to 27:00) which is now a commercial product. Buttons on the Surface are sluggish, but an idea is great!!!! Well, almost… Watch how it should be presented or how it … Continue reading
As it was announced earlier, 2008 is a last year for Bill Gates as a head of Microsoft. And it might be his last big speech for software community, so lets read or listen what he has to say… http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/exec/billg/speeches/2008/01-062008CESBillGates.mspx Post note: … Continue reading