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Baseball & Benchmarks 

Baseball is great for statistics. Every game is like a miniature numbers factory, generating batting averages, on-base percentages, earned-run averages—you name it. For fans, these numbers constitute the game outside the game: when the lights go out and the players have all gone home, the fans continue the battle using statistics for ammunition.   In...Read more

What about Itanium? 

There is a lot of buzz about our new 64-Bit editions of Window Server 2003 – which got me thinking last night.  Microsoft has been in the 64-Bit game since the launch of Window Server 2003 – with Itanium. One aspect of SP1 (in my opinion) that is not getting a lot of attention is how...Read more

Yeehaw – RC2 is Complete!! 

Ward Ralston here – I, like John Borozan, am a Product Manager with Windows Server.  Some of you may have already heard that Window Server 2003 64-Bit Editions, Window Server 2003 SP1, and Windows XP Professional have all reached the Release Canidate Two (RC2) Milestone this afternoon. Word on the street is that this RC2...Read more

64-bit free training webcasts 

Hello, This is Demorie Crowe, a Program Manager in the Windows Server Group.  You’ll be hearing from me in the next few months or so. You may have seen this already…but just in case… We completed a 64-bit webcast training series a little while ago with a total of 13 sessions.  You can learn: how...Read more

Let the games begin… 

My name is John Borozan and I’m the Product Manager for Microsoft’s 64-Bit Editions of Window Server 2003.  We are launching this Weblog to allow the members of our Windows Server team to be in more direct contact with the IT community through frequent updates to this blog.    I am extremely passionate about our...Read more