Scott Isaacs is one of the inventors of DHTML. He is one of Microsoft's smartest Web developers and built a framework that's being used on Start.com, the future Hotmail, and other places like the new gadgets in Windows Vista. Hope you enjoy meeting Scott,
sorry for the bad lighting at the…
Ever use Terminal Services? You know, get into one Windows machine from another? Or use Fast User Switching? Or use Remote Assistance? Well, then you are using Terminal Services and in this video you'll meet some of the team that makes those technologies.
There's a ton of new things in Internet Explorer 7.0 that'll improve your security. Meet the
IE team and learn what they are doing to protect computer users against phishing and malware and other kinds of attacks. For more about IE 7.0, visit the
IE team's blog.The interviewer here is Joshua…
Roger Grimes is a security expert and author (he wrote a free ebook:
Keeping Your Business Safe From Attack: Passwords and Permissions and more than 100 magazine articles on security). Anyway, he was visiting Microsoft's campus and sat down with IIS evangelist Brent Hill to talk about IIS 7…
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.
This is a different kind of video. It's not of someone talking about a Microsoft product.
It's about a Microsoft employee's hobby.
We think you'll find his hobby to be pretty darn interesting, though. He tore apart his car, put Windows XP, WiFi, GPS, and other things, into his car, and put it…
Iain McDonald ran the Windows War Room. That's the room where a few dozen representatives of development teams would meet every day to keep Windows XP's team moving toward shipping.
"Windows blows your mind when it comes to numbers," he says.
Why did he say that? We asked him if the…
Iain is one of the most colorful characters at Microsoft. He ran the "war room" for Windows XP. Basically, any changes to the operating system had to go through him and his team -- and it all happened in this small room over in building 26.
Paul Thurrott wrote about the Windows war room…
Windows XP Service Pack 2 is about 270MB. So, we asked Rebecca "why so big?"
Some other resources on Windows XP SP2 Technical Preview:
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