Nathan Muggli, Lead Program Manager, presented a discussion of MS-ADSO, a system overview document at the 2009 Active Directory
Windows Protocols Plugfest. Suneel Parthasarathy, Lead Developer, and Matthew Rimer, Senior Developer, answered protocol interoperability questions.
At the 2009 Active Directory
Windows Protocols Plugfest Nathan Muggli, Senior Program Manager, Michiko Short, and Suneel Parthasarathy, Lead Developer, presented an overview of the changes to the protocol documentation that correspond to Windows 7 and Windows
Server 2008 R2.
Paul Long, Technical Evangelist, presented an overview of Netmon 3.2 protocol analyzer
(a Windows-based utility) including a tour of the tool as well as a question and answer session at the 2009 Active Directory
Windows Protocols Plugfest. Capabilities, functionality and design goals are…
Will Gregg, Senior Development Consultant, provided an overview of automating the Network Monitor (Netmon) utility using PowerShell at the 2009 Active Directory
Windows Protocols Plugfest. In this presentation Will provides an overview of the PowerShell product and then progresses into using…
I spoke with Jennifer Lee about what's new in the Application Model realm for WPF 3.5 SP1. Topics include the improved cold start, splash screen and a demonstration of HTML and XBAPs using the new WebBrowser control.Looking for more than application model? Check out the WPF 3.5 SP1 Overview video
Dr. Sneath speaks with
Ian Ellison-Taylor and
Kevin Gjerstad about new improvements and features in WPF 3.5 Service Pack 1.
Topics of the conversation range from
Performance, Application Model and
Tools. And while discussing the current state and the future of WPF a…
Ted Neward (the Dude) sits down with me to discuss programming languages and related topics. Ted is a software architect and consultant that spends a great deal of his time working
in the area of Java-.NET interop (multi-platform communication). He's got a great perspective on theory versus…
Microsoft this morning announced four guiding principles for it's major products, including Vista, Office, and SQL Server. Ensuring open connections, data portability, enhanced support for industry standards, and open engagement with the industry have all been listed as prioritied for current and…