On today’s TechNet radio,
learn more about the support IIS7 has for running PHP applications on Windows Server 2008
as a first class application citizen. We will also cover how to run PHP on IIS6, a new addition.
We also have our January 2008 Security Bulletin with Kai Axford and Tim…
On today’s TechNet radio, we learn about how to customize your web server to the bare essentials of what you need on Windows Server 2008, minimizing your surface of attack and maintenance. We will cover Server Core as well as well
as how to use our fine-grained components to build a custom,…
On today’s TechNet radio, we talk with Dave Ohara about building a Green Datacenter.
What is a Green Datacenter, and how can it be implemented? What are some strategies to getting executive buyoff?
Eric Ostrowski - Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer
July 31 2007: Update from
This is a pretty exciting day for all of us working on HD Photo. Today, the
Joint Photographic Expert's Group (JPEG) announced a new work item for the standardization of a HD Photo as a new file format called JPEG XR (XR is short for "extended…
My guest for today's episode is
Mary Czerwinski, a research area manager at Microsoft Research. Our conversation begins with a reference to the
search strategy I used to recall Mary's name, which I'd seen in a
SeattlePI.com story about a workshop on attention and interruptions that was held…
Brian Jones has been working on infusing XML smarts into Office for six years. In this episode we discuss the history of, the current status of, and future prospects for XML-enabled Office applications.
Marty Collins is senior marketing manager with the solution architecture group responsible for
skyscrapr.net. She wanted to interview me about the relationship between blogs and technical marketing, and I wanted to hear her thoughts on the same subject, so we…
Hi, this is Jon Udell. In this first installment of my new Microsoft Conversations series I got together with Chris Wilson. He's been involved with Internet Explorer and with web standards
for over a decade. We talked about the history and evolution of IE, about Ajax, about ways of extending the…