Do not rename your existing live account to another live account like outlook. You will loose all your previous mails if you come under below categories:
- If your emails were over 270 days old, you may have lost them due to inactivity of the account even before you renamed the account.
- If your account was hacked and the hacker had already deleted emails in your account.
- If the feature Conversation Threading is turned on. You can click here to know more about Conversation Threading. (Please click on Show all link to see all the articles).
- If you use Sweep to schedule a cleanup. Click here to see what Sweep can do.
- If you rename your account to @Outlook.com, a prompt would have asked you – ‘Where do you want to save your emails?’ You will have the option to create a new folder for your old account or save the emails in the Inbox of your renamed account.
I lost all my mails from around year 2000 and forum moderators informed me I lost them permanently. From Google, I found that there are 1000+ poor souls who faced same fate.
Microsoft is known for their backward compatibility and I don’t know why they fails in this. Anyway I am moving out of Microsoft live mail services as I lost trust in them.
Just got the Early Experts – Cloud certificate in mail today.
You can also join for Early Experts Cloud Quest by vising this link and get a certificate.
Attack Surface Analyzer takes a snapshot of your system state before and after the installation of product(s) and displays the changes to a number of key elements of the Windows attack surface.
- Developers to view changes in the attack surface resulting from the introduction of their code on to the Windows platform
- IT Professionals to assess the aggregate Attack Surface change by the installation of an organization’s line of business applications
- IT Security Auditors evaluate the risk of a particular piece of software installed on the Windows platform during threat risk reviews
- IT Security Incident Responders to gain a better understanding of the state of a systems security during investigations
You can try F# in a browser.
“But Try F# is much more than a set of tutorials. It lets users write code in the browser and share it with others on the web to help grow a community of F# developers.” – F# Blog Post
“From a business perspective, the primary role of F# has been to reduce the time-to-deployment for analytical software components, which have been primarily deployed in the finance and insurance industries, but there are more opportunities, especially for data scientists and researchers dealing with a number of large data sets, cloud computing resources and machine learning techniques. ” — Microsoft’s Press Announcement
Microsoft StreamInsight is a powerful platform that you can use to develop and deploy complex event processing (CEP) applications. Its high-throughput stream processing architecture and the Microsoft .NET Framework-based development platform enable you to quickly implement robust and highly efficient event processing applications. Event stream sources typically include data from manufacturing applications, financial trading applications, Web analytics, and operational analytics. By using StreamInsight, you can develop CEP applications that derive immediate business value from this raw data by reducing the cost of extracting, analyzing, and correlating the data; and by allowing you to monitor, manage, and mine the data for conditions, opportunities, and defects almost instantly.
Microsoft StreamInsight is one of the service provided in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 onwards.
More info here.
Here is the link to download a copy of free ebook on Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 by Apress through Microsoft downloads.
My new posts on Enterprise, Solution and Technical Architecture and study notes on TOGAF will be continued on my new blog http://arch.ninethsense.com/.
I have moved all the existing posts from my technical blog to the new place except which few shown errors while exporting and importing. For that particular reason, I will be keeping my existing blog posts in architecture category.
Thank you for all my followers and reader for the support.
Overall the event was a success as we had lot of technology enthusiasts attended the event and there was active participation from the audience on discussions and Q&A.
Speakers were energetic as usual and we were able to feel that they were equipped with sufficient preparation.
Shiju Vargheese took the first session which was on Introduction to Windows Azure. It was accompanied with the demonstration on Azure Management Portal. It was very useful for beginners and the healthy discussion which happened at the end was very convincing.
Second speaker was Yanesh Tyagi who discussed about productivity tools & tips for visual studio. He presented useful keyboard shortcuts, popular extensions and other methods which can improve the productivity of developers.
Next comes Praseed Pai, he delivered an excellent session on Node.js, which was not a preplanned one. His talks had the luxury of terminology which I believe helped the audience to know many things other than about the topic he was presenting. I really appreciate the demo of code he did on the spot, even though it was not a preplanned session.
Links to slides used:
Thanks to Orion India Systems for their continuous support to promote such technology events and initiatives in Kerala. This time they supported the event by providing their training hall in Infopark, notepad, pen and a surprise gift – a cute mug for the desktop. Below is the photo of the mug which I got.