I love Gaming, HTML5, Startups, & Xbox, so I figured "why not spread the good word?"
Turning caffeine into code daily.
Comments about Team System (VSTS, TFS, etc.), or whatever I see that I think is interesting.
Management, Building Manageable Applications, Design for Operations, WMI, DSI, MMC, VSMMD and of course Windows Powershell
Talking to developers to be more productive
From Windows Media to IIS Media Services to Azure Media Services I'll have tips and tricks for each of these.
Info about the Common Language Runtime's Profiling API
Azure Logic App engineering and Enterprise Integration in the Cloud
Digital Lifestyle, Technologies au quotidien
Integration, Security, and Collaborative Solutions
A Microsoft Field Engineer's notes on all things System Center.
Axapta, C++ and Snowboarding
Azure, Azure, Azure
using the internet to remember stuff i care about, rather than my flawed internal memory
Yet another blog about BizTalk, Architecture, and some fuzzy acronyms such as EAI, SOA, ESB, EDA, CEP, MSFLA, etc.
Product Unit Manager, Exchange
Exchange, Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013, Exchange 2016, Performance
Business application development, agile development, and other software engineering topics
I will use this blog to go deep into various Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and operations (AX) features which I am currently or have worked on
Mostly OneNote stuff.
Consultant - SharePoint / Business Productivity - Microsoft Services
Thoughts on C#, WPF and programming in general
HTML5 & Gaming Technical Evangelist
Product Marketing Manager
Mostly about Microsoft media technologies.
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed on this blog is a personal opinion and do not express the opinion of my employer, Microsoft or any other party.
A Microsofty's ramblings on Exchange Server and other stuff.
Find out what Geeks talk about
David Wang on IIS, ISAPI, Exchange, Virtual Server, and whatever else I fancy...
I am on the Windows Vista Parental controls team, working on the next version of windows and specifically the parental controls aspects of it. I worked on the web filter, and many other aspects of the system from the control panel up.
The official blog of David Wilborn, Microsoft Support Escalation Engineer
developer tools & the latest wave of Microsoft technologies
Information to assist other developers learned by David Hardin while working at Microsoft.
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