Michael Murphy, interviews Gray Knowlton, the Group Product Manager for the Office Client Technical Product Management team.
They discuss how Open XML Formats are intended to be standard file formats to which any Developer or Implementer will have access, key aspects of the modular…
In this video we talk with Matthew Scott, a developer on the Word team who takes us through the design and development of the Word 2007 Content Control Toolkit, an application that natively reads and writes Word documents saved
in the Open XML file format. This application has been…
I think xsdobjectgen is a great tool so I made a little screen cast for it. It is very high level, very easy stuff. If you are an expert, more likely you don't need to watch it.Please feel free to contact me if you have questions. Thanks a lot!Kevin
Ofice 2007 has new file formats for Word, Excel and Powerpoint, based on industry-standard ZIP and XML technologies. These formats were getting a lot of attention at the Office Devcon, where Bill Gates announced the Open XML Formats Developer Group in his
keynote presentation. This…
The Web Services platforms represents the evolution of past distributed component technologies. They really were the result of developments and companies struggling with the various interoperability
issues that were common with other technologies. Web Services aren’t the only distributed…
Federal Developer Evangelist Marc Schweigert shows you how to take advantage of this new feature of SQL Server 2005. You'll see how to create a web service straight out of the database using T-SQL without
the need for IIS.
Jean Paoli was bouncing around the offices here in building 18 today. Who's he? One of the co-creators of XML. Why was he happy?
Because Office just announced their new file formats all built in XML.
"We just turned on 400 million new people to XML," he told us.
Jean Paoli, senior director of XML architecture, and co-creator of XML, gives his vision of XML in an interview with Channel 9's Charles Torre and Robert Scoble.
This is the second part of the interview and
part I is here.