Bugs, bugs, bugs.
Everyone thinks they know what a bug is. But, a bug isn't just a product defect (you know, those little buggers that get your system to crash).
Here Chad Royal, lead program manager on the developer division at Microsoft, talks about the bug database here at Microsoft and…
The Demystified Series is pleased to present a collection of screencasts on
Windows Authorization Manager (AzMan). Keith Brown, a contributing editor for MSDN Magazine and co-founder of PluralSight, states that this series provides, “…what may be your first look at Authorization Manager – a…
Here the Channel 9 team was invited to sit inside a bug triage meeting. This is a unique view into how bugs (which include, but are not limited to, product defects) are dealt with. Process, process, process. Is that your bug that just got punted? Listen
in and hear their thought process and what…
Larry Osterman has worked through tons of tough technical problems in his 20 years here. So, we asked him what the toughest one was that he remembered working on.
Turns out it was the Exchange 2000 ACL model.
What's the toughest problem you've faced?
We usually don't run commercials here, but since Halo 2 is coming next week, we thought we'd give you yet
another shot of hype.
In addition to the video commercial, linked to above, here's
an interesting article about Halo 2 in Entertainment Weekly.
We'll have a series of Halo 2 game…
Over the 20 years that Larry's worked at Microsoft he's seen a wide variety of pranks played on people here. So, we wondered, what were the ones he remembered?
What are the funniest pranks you've ever seen played in your offices?
Code separation is now done via a feature called partial types. See Amanda demonstrate how that'll help you in your Visual Basic development with the next version of Visual Basic, code-named Whidbey. Here, she demonstrates some of the code separation features
in the next version of Visual…
Joe Morris, lead program manager, on
Windows XP Embedded has a chat with Mike Hall about Windows embedded about what's involved in developing for XP embedded. If you're interested, take a listen, or head over to the
MSDN Embedded Developer Center.