New update of Microsoft codename tracker available now

Here's the November update of CodeTracker, hot off the presses. The best part? It's free. This month's update includes a few new codenames, plus some informed speculation on what a number of Microsoft's cloud-related codenames have in common. Hint: Think Sarah Palin....

I've mentioned before that I keep a running list of Microsoft codenames; it's one of my favorite home-grown reference tools. That list is now available to you in the form of a handy PDF.

The "All About Microsoft" CodeTracker is a chart I'll be updating every month. If you're a Microsoft customer, partner, analyst, competitor (or even employee), you might find it useful.

Here's the November update of CodeTracker, hot off the presses. The best part? It's free. This month's update includes a few new codenames, plus some informed speculation on what a number of Microsoft's cloud-related codenames have in common. Hint: Think Sarah Palin....

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