Tag Archives: Microsoft

Windows Azure Series – Part 1

Series Introduction I’ve been playing with Windows Azure for a couple months now and I am really pleased with what I’ve been seeing. I’m also studying for the certification exam (MS 70-583) – PRO:┬áDesigning and Developing Windows Azure Applications. As … Continue reading

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Microsoft Windows 7 Pricing Gimmicks

The supposed new pricing scheme Microsoft is considering is ridiculous. A Slashdot article today reports that they are thinking about putting a 3 application limit on the Home Basic version of Windows 7. This is based on research findings that … Continue reading

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Automating Code Review Tools – CAT.NET – Part II

The other day in Part I of this series I said I was going to write up some more articles about automating code review tools in your build process. Today I spent some time looking over CAT.NET and figuring out … Continue reading

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Microsoft vs. Google

TechRepublic’s Sanity check blog recently posted an article titled “Is Microsoft for grown-ups and Google for kids?” I posted a reply this entry because I think there is value in both. Go read the original and then read my reply … Continue reading

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H2O + Keyboard = Fail

I have a Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 that I absolutely love. I do a LOT of typing in my job, and sometimes with normal keyboards I would get carpul tunnel symptoms (pain in the wrists, etc). After putting up … Continue reading

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