At work or even as a starter of any new technology we frequently try to search for the articles published for a particular portion of that technology, right? Specially if you are a Microsoft development platform enthusiast, then it gets really big in terms of documentation or tutorials. Microsoft recently published a new project about centralizing all the links and resources grouped by technologies. Its not huge, but it surely helps if you want to search for best articles for any particular technology. Its called Microsoft Developer Guidance Maps. You can read more on this on J. D. Meier's blog.
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Microsoft Office for mac 2011 hits RTM!! Here is an interesting funny video on releasing this version. Check this out here.
Its been so many talks about IE9 platform preview and the examples of HTML 5 out there. But finally the first beta of Internet Explorer 9 is out to try from here. However, extra caution should be taken not to install it on a production environment as it will not reside side by side as the platform preview version rather replace the existing one. So, you better not to install it on your office pc. Finally I got it installed and really I was impressed with the rendering. And anyone seeking some real life examples of future HTML 5 native supports you should visit www.beautyoftheweb.com definitely and the site links it provides to experience some of the best HTML 5 based web sites available until now. The web is going beautiful!!! Check this out and who knows you might be next one to produce another beautiful site based on HTML 5 specifications implemented until now....have fun...