I can't really tell the difference between the two checksheets for the IT Pro and for the Developer. Shouldn't as an IT Pro I be more concerned that applications I use IE to acess still work and render correctly then if a website still works?
In my view the Developer would be more concerned with this. Can someone please explain this?
Thanks for the great video, it was very interesting to see Exchange 12 and OWA. Looking forward to it.
Was wondering if either you or Joh Merrill or someone from the Exchange could answer the question about Exchange12 and other products requiring 64-bit. I know it was discussed in a post in the Coffeehouse. Interesting that it is currently on Slashdot as well.
Was looking forward to this interview. When I was in Seattle, the wonderful Mr. Scoble showed my wife and I around MS a bit. If I recall correctly while we were there, they were discussing when this video was going to be up and how they just got it approved
How old are the pictures? For example, where I work the building we are in is a little over 3.5 years old. But doesn't show up on virtualearth. it shows up on Google.
Also it is still running quite slow
I will have to disagree, so much of open source work is done to make it work/look like something MS does. Everyone wants the GUI to look enough like Windows to reach the masses. Everyone tries to makeit as easy as Windows, etc. A lof of copying, and improving. Improving security and stability of things that MS and other non-OS companies do.