March edition of Microsoft codename tracker now available

The latest version of the handy, dandy Microsoft CodeTracker is done and ready for immediate download. The March version includes a number of new Microsoft research projects, plus other codenames from other business units inside the company

The latest version of the handy, dandy Microsoft CodeTracker is done and ready for immediate download.

The March version includes a number of new Microsoft research projects, plus other codenames from other business units inside the company. If you've been consumed with trying to figure out the meaning of "Eaglestone," "Miami" and "Rosetta," your days of anguish are over.

This PDF is the same chart I use myself to keep up with the many, morphing codenames of products and technologies coming from Microsoft. The tracker is free. If you’ve already registered on ZDNet, just grab it. If you haven’t, registration info will be requested before you download it. Whether you’re a Microsoft customer, partner, analyst, competitor (or even employee), you might find it useful.

(If there’s a codename missing from this list that you’d like me to check out and ultimately add, please don’t hesitate to contact me via e-mail. All e-mails I receive are treated as confidential — unless you want a mention/credit line, of course.)

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