Is there any business intelligence out there? Mike Arcuri, group program manager on the business intelligence team shows off Excel 12's new features for looking at how your business is doing. You'll never look at pivot tables the same way again.
What's the C# team up to these days? Who's on the C# 4.0 design team, anyway? With the looming problem of manycore facing developers now and certainly in the near future (to a much greater extent - programming for 80 core (asymmetric to boot) processors,
anyone?). I thought it was time to find out…
The great Larry Osterman discusses what excites him most about Windows 7's new audio features. Of course, we talk about all things audio as Larry is a 24 year veteran of Microsoft
and best known as the developer who makes Windows go ding.
He's also an avid blogger.
Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer had an
important announcement to make today and we were lucky enough to catch up with them for a brief chat about the big news this morning.Postscript: Check out the coverage on
You've probably heard of Brandon Bray if you program with VC++. We recently caught up with him to discuss some of the new additions to the language in version 2005. VC++ is evolving nicely and has great native support for managed code.
The IE team is busy working on the next version of the world's most popular browser. IE 8 is the most widely used browser on Windows.
IE 9 is currently in the oven and the IE team is ready to talk about what they're working on. Here, IE GM Dean Hachamovitch leads us through the halls of IE…
.NET GC developer Maoni Stephens, Performance Architect Vance Morrison and Bing front end developer Mukul Sabharwal join us for a conversation about .NET 4.5 in practice. We spent some time with the.NET 4.5 team earlier in the year. You can see the series of conversational interviews we did here.…
Microsoft Technical Fellow and C# creator Anders Hejlsberg explains the new C# and VB.NET asynchronous programming model, available as Async CTP now, which makes async programming much easier for .NET developers.
Bill Gates has been at the helm of Microsoft for the entire existence of Microsoft. It's the only place he's worked and he's getting ready to step down from his day to day responsibilities in his office on the Redmond campus. Bill's employment future will be centered around running his philanthropic…