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As excitement heats up around Microsoft's proposed acquisition of Yahoo, Google feels threatened and has jumped into the fray, as reported by Dan Farber, ZDNet's editor in chief. Rightfully concerned about the impact the merger may have on its own core search business, Google is trying every trick in the book to influence the outcome.
I've used FolderShare for a long time -- I remember when Microsoft purchased the product to incorporate into Windows Live. As a daily user, I wasn't thrilled to receive the following email, informing users of a serious bug that could potentially cause data loss.
Everyone knows that Microsoft takes a strong, aggressive stance toward partner relationships and sales.
I took away many great experiences from Sapphire. Unfortunately, my small and beautiful Sony laptop was not among them; alas, it was stolen while I waited for a tram.
Dare Obasanjo, blogger, Microsoft employee, and son of the president of Nigeria (seriously), has assembled a list of five signals that indicate a project may fail: After being at Microsoft for five years, I’ve now begun to see the signs that a project is likely to crash and burn early on. Below is a top five list of signs your software project is in trouble…: Schedule Chicken: This is typically a sign that the project’s schedules are unrealistic.