We are moving sometime this week or next, thus things have been very quiet around here (on the web that is). Will get back to normal in a couple of weeks.
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In the near future we will be releasing the latest update to CallerID. Here is what to expect:
– Fixes for web phone # lookup and web map lookup
– Working support for MySQL database server (requires a full install for new dll's)
– Proper shutdown of CallerID when shutting down windows
– Importing WAB contacts now works
– Network feature allows importing all contacts
– Network feature allows updating of clients using the servers version of CallerID.
– Speed improvements when a new call is detected
– Numerous other bug fixes.
Spent last night working on an idea to enhance CallerID in future releases…
So I wrote a small application to see if it would work…
Anyone using Microsoft Outlook can get an excellent search tool to search all content in outlook from a searchbar at:
A really good read on security and use of passwords from a security incident engineer at Microsoft:
And an interesting clip of something that sounds like it may change software / database development in years to come… from Anders Hejlsberg:
What things have I learned from a technology point of view so far this year?
– Moving everything to a web application is possible, but creates potentially expensive challenges for the unexpereinced.
– Moving to a pure HTML / DHTML provides a broad flexible potential audience of users, but is very expensive if you must provide similar usability of a legacy stateful application.
– Providing a web page with thousands of editable controls is not inherently usable, but if you "have to" do it you may consider this to speed it up:
I really enjoy reading articles from the blogs.msdn.com site because it brings real people from Microsoft and what happens within the company to the outsiders (us). So when I came across http://blogs.msdn.com/adamu/archive/2004/07/23/192366.aspx