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Niner since 2005

I started with tinkering around with Microsoft Excel 97 on my Economics teacher's computer in my senior year of high school. One day I found this little button: "Record Macro". Soon after I found out I could write my own to automate the proccess, I fell in love. From there I jumped into VB.NET, and haven't turned back since.

I'm back into Office development as of late; my job at a local resturaunt has given me so many ideas and case studies to try out, I can barley keep track.

I'm curre...


  • Omar Shahine - Windows Live Mail

    i only have 2 quams with Windows Live Mail:
    1. i can't select alot of messages at once and detete/move them all
    2. the junk filter isn't what it should be.
  • Sharepoint Products and Technologies 2007 -- the server side of Office

    i love all this new coverage on office 2007.  all we need now is a video on Access.
  • "Info​Card" simple demo

    well that's one of the things it tries to KEEP you from doing.  so your information is secure.  a hacker can reach your desktop.  one can't reach infocard. (hopefully.)
  • MSN浅川さん、前田さん - Windows ​Liveの概要と日本市​場への取り組み

    did i show up here by mistake?Perplexed
  • InfoCard - Deep Architecture

    this whole concept sounds awesome, and very secure.  and from what i gather no one can hack into my remote STS or my desktop and get my sensitive info.

    but one this is missing:
    what keeps an attacker from creating a website that asks me for an infocard, and it requires the type that will tell them my SSN or other sensitive info?

    as an example, take something that is done today:
    i get an email from some spammer that says "this new great bank will pay you a zillion dollars for opening an account!"  i click the link and go through the sign-up process, and up comes the infocard dialog.  now as secure as this process is, this is still a bank (or so i think), so i have to send them the kind of infocard that will tell this particular "relying party" my SSN, mother's maiden name and so on.  and so now i've just handed over all my sensitive info to some attacker.

    shouldn't there be some sort of authentication of the relying party, to make sure they are a ligitamate(sp?) business?
  • IE7: CSS Support?

    what's that site they show first?  i'd live to see it for myself.
  • Parimal Deshpande - WPF

    Got the first post!Big Smile

    all these videos are what's gonna get me and all my friends camping out outside Circuit City the day the have a vista-running computer on display there.

  • Mike Arcuri - More business intelligence in Office 2007

    considering Tables don't exist in '03, there shouldn't be a problem there anyway.

    PIVOTtables are in '03, but the table example he uses is new to '07. the closest thing to the Table in '03 is the ListObject, but the Table in '03 is a major step up from that.

    and you can't change formulas in PivotTables anyway.

  • Satya Nadella - Running the Dynamics Team

    i don't have too much money.  i'm nickel and dime-ing it as it is.  that's why i'm so frustrated.  i have all these ideas, and no way to implement them.
  • Satya Nadella - Running the Dynamics Team

    This Microsoft Dynamics thing scares me.  If my clients knew about this application family, I'd be out of a job.  From the demos on the Dynamics site, this thing does everything any business manager would ever need and more.  What does that leave me?  Why would somone wait 2 months for me to build them an application when they could just buy one that's built by the best of the best and have it running in a day or so?

    OK, so I don't really have clients yet.  But that's my dream; starting a business that builds line of business applications for my clients.  And my biggest selling point was gonna be that I am going to become an MCSE, an MCSD and an MCDBA. How am I going to do that when Microsoft itself has something that I couldn't do in my lifetime?

    I dunno.  It just makes me think I don't have a chance.
  • Bill Gates and Tim O'Reilly - A conversation at MIX

    you folks must not see bill very often.  he always seems excited when he talks about technology of the future.  especially if you get him started on education or speech recognition.  he's got such great visions for just those 2 things, he could probably have a whole conference on just those 2 subjects.
  • Bill Gates and Tim O'Reilly - A conversation at MIX

    very awesome.  i love that idea of buying a phone at it automatically (or after some sort of authentication process) gets customized to your needs and interests.

    but since when did bill not care about users?  isn't that what the company is about?

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