Category Archive: Dmitry Vorobyev

Component Developer, Auckland, New Zealand

Microsoft Released Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio 2005

No doubts, Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 is not merely a “tool” for development. It’s rather a powerful environment that includes everything we need for efficient and successful work. Unfortunately, it’s an established fact that the first release of the environment proved … Continue reading

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.NET Framework 3.0 is Out, Microsoft Office 2007 is Golden… What a Crazy Day of Releases! :)

Well it seems like Microsoft has prepared a bunch of surprises for us… Just take a look what they have just released: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 Redistributable Package http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=10cc340b-f857-4a14-83f5-25634c3bf043&DisplayLang=en Microsoft Windows Software Development Kit for Windows Vista and .NET Framework 3.0 Runtime … Continue reading

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Unbelievable But True: Windows + Linux = Love?

No comments. I only hope this will be really useful for the industry as stated, not merely for the money makers: Ron Hovsepian and Steve Ballmer take the stage together to announce a new collaborative relationship between Novell and Microsoft. Novell … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer 7 Final is Out

It’s not a secret that the vast majority of websites are designed for and thus best viewed with the most popular browser in the world by Microsoft. That was the main reason for me to use Internet Explorer rather than “alternative” browsers which were … Continue reading

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Microsoft Released Visual Studio 2007 "Orcas" CTP

Recently Microsoft released a CTP of the next generation visual development tool. It is available to download here. If you don’t like to install raw versions of software onto your working machine, there’s a little surprise for you: the CTP is distributed as … Continue reading

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