Programming Windows: A Lap Around Longhorn (Premium)

At the conclusion of Bill Gates’ exciting PDC 2003 opening keynote, which featured Hillel Cooperman showing us Microsoft’s proposed Longhorn user experience for the first time, Microsoft’s chairman ceded the stage to Jim Allchin, the amiable and soft-spoken engineer who led the Windows team. Where the Gates keynote focused on the flash, the Allchin keynote---which was called “a lap ...

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