At Microsoft TechEd 2004

You can't reboot the Internet, and other comments from Don Box (6/9/2004)
'The message is we have a new way of thinking about software that is called 'service-orientation,'' Box told ADT. Like others, he sees benefits to this approach versus just plain coding, or the not-so-plain object software methods in vogue in the 1990s.

SQL Server to gain encryption, XQuery support (5/27/2004)
At Microsoft TechEd 2004 in San Diego, Microsoft provided further details on its upcoming database release now known as SQL Server 2005 (formerly code-named “Yukon”). The software will natively support Web services, XML and encryption.

Visual Studio 2005 Team System takes on IBM Rational suite (5/25/2004)
Despite plenty of pre-briefings and a measured rollup to launch, Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 (formerly Whidbey) packed a few surprises when it was formerly announced at Microsoft's TechEd conference this week in San Diego.

Sometimes Microsoft can keep a secret (5/25/2004)
Visual Studio 2005 Team System was announced on Monday, and now the pundits will be scrambling to tell you what to think. I don't know what I think myself yet, but here are a few preliminary thoughts.

Longhorn can wait: Security patch for XP is priority (5/25/2004)
Microsoft rolls out WS enhancements (5/24/2004)
Ballmer discusses Visual Studio 2005 Team System, app life cycle (5/24/2004)


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