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  • Blog Post: Expand your knowledge tour

    Well, the first week of the tour is complete, and I'm just sitting at the airport waiting to fly out to Calgary. Bill Hilf and I have already completed 3 cities, Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa. I'm heading out west to visit Calgary and Vancouver on this leg of the Tour. If you attended the sessions...
  • Blog Post: Standardize on the Office Open XML document format

    Today we announced that we are putting forward the Office Open XML document format to Ecma with the intention of making the formats an ISO standard. The official press release: http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/features/2005/nov05/11-21Ecma.mspx Brian Jones, a program manager in the Office team...
  • Blog Post: TechVibes Follow-up

    Thanks to all that came out to see my presentation (Windows in an Open Source World) at the TechVibes Massive 2005 event. It was great to have a full room and lots of great questions and discussion. For more information on what Microsoft is doing in the Shared Source space check out http://www.microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Services for UNIX session at KW Linux User Group

    Thanks to the Kitchener-Waterloo Linux User Group ( KWLUG ) for allowing me to come out and present on Microsoft Windows Services for UNIX (SFU) at your monthly meeting. For those people that want to learn more about SFU there are a couple of websites that you may want to take a look at. The main...
  • Blog Post: Heading to Vancouver

    I will be heading to Vancouver this week to give a presentation at the TechVibes Massive event on Wednesday March 30th. If you happen to be in Vancouver and attending Massive, drop by and say hi. For more information on the the event check out: http://www.techvibes.com/massive/ or for the agenda:...
  • Blog Post: Is Linux ready for prime time enterprise?

    According to industry analyst firm Gartner, the technology industry has entered a period of high commercialization of Linux. Many acknowledge that Linux may have a place in their organizations, but many questions remain – questions about the business and technical merits of Linux, what risks will need...