Category Archives: Microsoft

New Beginnings…

I’ve moved onto the Windows Experience team.  It should a lot of fun to continue to follow Guided Help, and some of my other projects but my emphasis now is on the Windows Experience – things like explorer and the like.  I’m also … Continue reading

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Thanks for interviewing

I’m down in Provo finishing up the last few interviews of the two day trip and I just wanted to take a minute to thank everyone.  I love coming down here, meeting everyone and seeing the great students coming out of … Continue reading

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Windows Live ID Client SDK alpha release

On a recent post about BITSAdmin, someone commented on how you needed to be logged into passport to download certain things.  Well I noticed in Brian’s blog that there is now an alpha release of the live client SDK.  I … Continue reading

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Recruiting at BYU

Hi all – I’m at BYU for the career fair tomorrow (Wednesday).  Come on down and talk to us and bring a resume – I met a lot of you at the dinner tonight (thanks for coming) which was great fun. … Continue reading

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Agile teams at Microsoft?

Well, I was just reading ex-MSFT guy Moishe Lettvin’s entry about how the start menu put together.  In brief, there was a lot of wasted time in meetings (my interpretation), waiting for code to arrive, thrashing due to dependencies, and not … Continue reading

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Time off

With Vista shipped, we’re taking things slow for a bit.  I’ll be turning my attention to finishing the last remaining credits of my college education.  With any luck, I can finish a class this week.    This means that I … Continue reading

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Photosynth is LIVE!

I talked about this cool service a little while ago – it’s really cool.  From the videos, it’s really exciting.  But even more exciting is that it’s now live!  Photosynth is a great way to do internet tourism, as well … Continue reading

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