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New CSS Properties Window

I just released the CSS Properties Window add-in for Visual Studio 2005 on Sandbox, developed by Barry Tang and our team (including Scott Louvau, Alex Gavrilov and Ben Constable).   Thi...

New CSS Properties Window

I just released the CSS Properties Window add-in for Visual Studio 2005 on Sandbox, developed by Barry Tang and our team (including Scott Louvau, Alex Gavrilov and Ben Constable).   Thi...

www.asp.net Re-launched

Just in time for the launch of ASP.NET 2.0 today, we also launched an upgrade of the www.asp.net website.   We've been testing the site on beta.asp.net over the past several months and also ...

www.asp.net Re-launched

Just in time for the launch of ASP.NET 2.0 today, we also launched an upgrade of the www.asp.net website.   We've been testing the site on beta.asp.net over the past several months and also ...

Whidbey RTM version of Atlas nearly ready

A quick update on a version of the Atlas VSIs that work with Whidbey RTM/RC.  As noted in the 'Get Atlas' section, the downloads currently only work with Beta 2 builds.  While it's possible ...

Whidbey RTM version of Atlas nearly ready

A quick update on a version of the Atlas VSIs that work with Whidbey RTM/RC.  As noted in the 'Get Atlas' section, the downloads currently only work with Beta 2 builds.  While it's possible ...

Atlas preview website

One of my roles in the Web Platform & Tools team is managing our ASP.NET websites, including www.asp.net, beta.asp.net (running ASP.NET 2.0 since April!) and the ASP.NET Forums.  Were about ...

Atlas preview website

One of my roles in the Web Platform & Tools team is managing our ASP.NET websites, including www.asp.net, beta.asp.net (running ASP.NET 2.0 since April!) and the ASP.NET Forums.  Were about ...

ASP.NET 2.0 Customer Experiences - Download Center

We depend heavily on 'dogfood', i.e., self-testing to make sure that ASP.NET 2.0 is ready to ship to our customers.  Starting before Beta 2, I've been working with several large internal customer...

ASP.NET 2.0 Customer Experiences - Download Center

We depend heavily on 'dogfood', i.e., self-testing to make sure that ASP.NET 2.0 is ready to ship to our customers.  Starting before Beta 2, I've been working with several large internal customer...

TechEd highlights

TechEd was great this year, though I had to leave early on Wednesday to care for my wife who picked up a really nasty virus.  Here's a synapsis of my brief but, enjoyable stay:Saturday I finally ...

TechEd highlights

TechEd was great this year, though I had to leave early on Wednesday to care for my wife who picked up a really nasty virus.  Here's a synapsis of my brief but, enjoyable stay:Saturday I finally ...

If you're at TechEd and see this in the next 2 hours....

Stop by the ASP.NET Birds-of-a-Feather session in Room 15A.  I'll be there, along with Rob Howard and maybe Scott Guthrie, if he's in this evening....

If you're at TechEd and see this in the next 2 hours....

Stop by the ASP.NET Birds-of-a-Feather session in Room 15A.  I'll be there, along with Rob Howard and maybe Scott Guthrie, if he's in this evening....

Chris Adams' Blog

Chris Adams just started a new blog!  IIS fans may know Chris from the Webcast series he does for us on TechNet.  These are a great way to learn about IIS - Chris works directly with the pro...

Chris Adams' Blog

Chris Adams just started a new blog!  IIS fans may know Chris from the Webcast series he does for us on TechNet.  These are a great way to learn about IIS - Chris works directly with the pro...

Atari web server

Apparently, this has been around for a few years.  I just noticed it when SecuritySpace reported that 92 websites migrated from a Microsoft OS to the Atari web server.  Of course, someone sh...

More on Atari BASIC

Tim Heron points out that Atari BASIC wasn't Microsoft.  My recollection was that MS BASIC was on the majority of machines but this link points out why Atari didn't use Microsoft in the end....

Atari web server

Apparently, this has been around for a few years.  I just noticed it when SecuritySpace reported that 92 websites migrated from a Microsoft OS to the Atari web server.  Of course, someone sh...

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