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February 17, 2001 Show:
March 25, 2000 Show:
Technical Issues Guest:
Chris Hallum, Chris Caile, Martin Delray
Microsoft has released Windows 2000 and now you want to know what to do with it. Deploy, manage, and optimize Microsoft’s next-generation operating system with expertise. Chris Hallum, Microsoft Resource Kit Program Manager,
Chris Caile, Product Manager, and Martin Delray, Product Documentation, discuss Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit from . With seven powerhouse references, over 7000 pages of detailed technical drills, and more than 200 tools and utilities included, this technical reference can maximize the efficiency of your new operating system.
Microsoft PressMarch 25, 2000 interview
April 10, 1999 Show:
Learning Visual Basic Guest:
Learning Visual Basic or anything else can be a nerve-wracking and time-consuming job.
Roger Gerdes and Steve Elston from have some information that just may make your programming education less of a hassle.
Microsoft PressApril 10, 1999 interview
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