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February 2005 Entries

What a great way to kill time.

After 2 weeks of cross Atlantic travel - Seattle and back twice plus a trip to Whistler I'm now shattered. All good stuff though - great .net pac meet followed by secret squirrel briefing at Redmond on a real goodie for next year - watch this space Q3!


Microsoft really has a great road map for the next 18 months nad then on to Longhorn...

We've got:

Visual Studio 2005

Team Services for above
SQL 2005
Indigo
BTS 2006
and a couple I can't metion yet!!!

So watch this space!


Having just attended the RFID PAC it would have been nice to have done a piece on what MS are doing - unfortunately NDA's prevent me. So have a look here:

http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1766050,00.asp

I will fill in more information as and when I can. 


The BizTalk 2004 2004 Adapter for MSMQ provides support for sending and receiving messages using MSMQ 2.0 and 3.0, and takes advantage of the new features in MSMQ 3.0. Major features of the adapter include support for: MSMQ 2.0 and 3.0 Multi-threading option for faster performance Guaranteed delivery when using transactional queues Reading from remote non-transactional queues Dynamic send ports Support for messages up to 2 Gigabytes in size ......

As Microsoft progresses in this area and I am able to give insights into this world I will be adding more and more blogs on this topic. Also I will comment on other aspects around the industry.

At last how to network together multiple VPC's - hope over to Simon Guest's site : http://blogs.msdn.com/smguest/archive/2005/02/10/370861.aspx

 


Mark Harrison of Microsoft UK posted:

George Tsiokos wrote to me about a service he put together and is offering for free (under the MIT Licence). You enter an RSS feed URL on his page and he'll generate a DWP file you can upload directly as a Web Part onto your SharePoint Web Part Page.

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