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As a developer, I have really only 1 requisite - that I have a FAST machine. If I cannot compile 180K lines of code in less than 2 minutes, well, it's time for an upgrade!!!

On another note, as a MSFT developer,  I have been involved in many beta (often more like alpha) programs. Vista and Office were no exception.

Office - very well done. The RTM is proving to be faster than the B2TR bits were - and I have not had a crash yet.

But the real cherry on this piece of pie is Vista - Vista Ultimate.

I setup a dual Xeon system w/4GB of RAMBUS RAM - 2 AverMedia video controllers and connected my cable. I've spent the past hour watching a concert - in HDTV. This is incredible!

Out-of-the-box (OOB) Vista Ultimate is really a new user experience - and my hat's off to MSFT on this one. I have never been a big gamer or video buff - just another chiphead that wants a fast computer. Well, you too will find Vista Ultimate to be the ultimate in experience!

That's my 2 cents worth - and MSFT? Thanks...

Posted on Sunday, November 19, 2006 11:41 AM Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) , Windows Vista | Back to top


Comments on this post: Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007 - A New Experience

# re: Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007 - A New Experience
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I'm running both of those now and love them also. Vista is noticably faster than XP on my system.
Left by solid on Nov 19, 2006 8:52 PM

# MOSS-Immediate Needs!!
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Hi- My name is Pilar Hughes, and I am a recruiter with MicroLink. I found your information online, and I wanted to speak with you regarding a several MOSS 2007 opportunities we have available. I have included the position descriptions below:

#1: (3) Internal MOSS 2007 Positions at MicroLink (Vienna, VA)
REQUIREMENTS:
Must be a U.S. citizen.
7-10 years experiences designing, developing and implementing software systems using Microsoft Technologies
3+ years experience with the Microsoft .Net Server Products (e.g., Sharepoint, BizTalk)
SharePoint Portal Server is a plus
MOSS 2007 is a Plus
MS SharePoint Services, Design/Develop
C# (C-Sharp) is a plus
BS/BA Degree
Secret Clearance/ TS preferred
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Willing to travel (25%)

#2: Contract or Permanent Positions MOSS 2007 Implementations Nationwide (5):

Norfolk, Virginia- Beginning January 2007 (1 year Contract)
Columbia, South Carolina- Currently Engaged (Need Additional Support-Begins January 2007)
Ramstad, Germany- 3 Month Contract (Begins January 2007)
Annapolis, Maryland- Currently Engaged (Need Additional Support-Begins January 2007)
Miami, Florida- Currently Engaged (Need Additional Support- Begins January 2007

*Indicates Secret Clearance Required


MicroLink was named the Microsoft DoD Partner of the Year for 2006. We are Microsoft's go-to partner in the DoD space for Sharepoint implementations that are NOT out of the box implementations. We concentrate at a very high level providing architecture and high level implementations to government and commercial customers. We have several Microsoft MVP's for Sharepoint on our staff, and we work directly with the SP Dev Team at Microsoft. We are not your typical government contractor that does ongoing maintenance and support, we are often brought in to assist these organizations, BAH, Lockheed, GD, NGIT, with Sharepoint implementations. We are looking to grow our internal development team and we are interested in speaking with you. We pay well and all of our developers and architects are highly challenged and are consistently learning through hands on training and course training. Please let me know if you are interested, and we can move forward to the next step. Kindly send a Word version of your resume. If you are not interested, feel free to share this email with anyone else you believe is qualified and interested. Thank you in advance for your time.

Left by Pilar Hughes on Dec 07, 2006 1:18 PM

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