Archive for October, 2008
Yesterday we had Microsoft Open Days at my college. The goal of this “conference” was to introduce Microsoft and Microsoft’s products to the students. First we introduced Imagine cup, competition for students, organized by Microsoft and supported by UNESCO. After that, team The wall of balance, last year’s winners of the competition in Croatia, showed [...]
In next few posts, I’m gonna try to explain all types of virtualization. So, let’s start with first and easiest type, Type 2. At the bottom of the model is, of course, hardware. Above it is host operating system, for example, Windows Vista. Above host OS is Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), whose role is to [...]
Mike Nash, corporate vice-president in Microsoft, annouched that new version of Windows will have the name: Windows 7.
I know that UX (user experience) has nothing to do with this blog, but I have to share this blog with you. Vibor Cipan, Microsoft Student Partners Lead soon goes to work in Microsoft Research Center in Denmark, and he has blog about user experience, UXPassion. There you can find interesting news, tutorials, critics and [...]