March, 2006

  • About Port 25

    by jcannon on March 22, 2006 09:47pm Healthy and productive discussion only occurs when there are two parties listening & responding to each other – the principle element of all communication. This is the foundation that Port 25 is built...
  • Welcome to Port 25

    by admin on March 28, 2006 06:00pm Roblimo from Slashdot warned me. Last Fall, I did an interview on Slashdot and put my email address at the end of the interview, following the statement that if “If you'd like to contact me directly, I can...
  • Partner Spotlight: Do your directories play nicely?

    --> by admin on March 29, 2006 03:35am Directory specialist Jackson Shaw from Quest Software joins Sam Ramji from the Open Source Software Lab at Microsoft, to talk Active Directory and interoperability. Format: WMV Duration: 25:20 Updated : Download...
  • Stuff we think is cool: Improving the Windows experience, it's elementary!

    by admin on March 31, 2006 01:21am Ben Canning, Group Product Manager from the Office team talks Watson and how this unique solution is helping improve the Windows experience. Format: WMV Duration: 30:22 Updated : Download the transcript (PDF)
  • Who would have guessed?

    by admin on March 31, 2006 06:59am Who would have guessed? A sincere thank you for all the excitement and feedback since we launched Port25 last week. We’ve had a tremendous response and the conversation has been lively to say the least. There have been...
  • Managing the Lab: SMS and our mixed environment

    by admin on March 31, 2006 01:00pm Getting the Open Source Software Lab up and running presented a number of challenges – not the least of which was how we were going to manage fifty Linux distributions, fifteen versions of UNIX, and multiple...
  • A Look Inside Microsoft’s Open Source Software Lab (Part 1)

    by admin on March 31, 2006 02:00pm Microsoft’s Open Source Software Lab is an ambitious research project. Located on the company’s main campus, the lab houses more than 300 servers, which collectively run more than 15 versions of UNIX and...
  • Faces from the Collective: Shared memory anyone?

    by admin on March 31, 2006 03:00pm Sam Ramji sits down with resident UNIX guru and Microsoft Architect Jason Zions to discuss the history of Windows and UNIX interoperability. Format: WMV Duration: 40:43 Updated : Download the transcript (PDF)
  • Why is it called Computer Science?

    by admin on March 31, 2006 04:00pm I’ve often wondered why the principles of software and computing were called “Computer Science”. Science to me is the methodical and inspiring process of discovering the natural laws of things you don’t fully understand...
  • Welcome to Kishi’s Korner

    by admin on March 31, 2006 05:00pm Welcome to Kishi’s Korner (for the record, I did not come up with this name.) I wanted to take a moment and use my first blog entry to introduce myself. My full name is Harvinderpal Singh Malhotra and somehow “Kishi...