I just came from Finland I was there 2 weeks without NET in the lural area….
Nice to be back online and 15 degrees warmer weather. :)
Someone has another opinion about XML support on Office 11 http://news.com.com/2100-1001-977880.html?tag=lh
All Office products will output to an XML file, which would be viewable via any browser, but editable only from within the originating office application–or by a very, very skilled XML programmer.”
“Basically, Microsoft using XML for Office is a PR trick.
If only I would have time in January I would love to try to do this.
My mozilla is somehow totally buggy.
I think its a XP what makes it work strangely… I have tried 1.3a and 1.1.2 versions and both crash when I try to start… Finally when I started to love Mozilla it stops working. :(
Really nice WYSIWYG consept.
It seams that Microsoft is on the right track on this one, but I’m not holding my breath still.
As we all have seen “XML-based office 2k and xp” :) But nevertheless this is probably one of those MSXML’s which is pretty much similar to XML -standard except only for MS product. ;)
This is interesting… I wonder what comes from that, Rational has been quite close to Microsoft with their UML solutions and I have been wondering many times that why Microsoft hasn’t made their own UML tool. Hmm, there is that Visio but that is not very much UML tool or is it?
I guess they will take soon UML market because obviously VS.NET needs good tool for modeling and why on earth they would give that market to IBM.
Anyway, these are just my Monday thoughts, gotta get another cup coffee…
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Diana gave me this and this nice link.