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.NET (11)

11/11/2007   The Awkwardness of Functional Programming
10/1/2006   MVP - C#
8/14/2006   Big Lists
7/31/2006   Lang.NET Symposium
6/14/2006   Anagrams and Combinations
5/28/2006   Why Functional Programming Matters
5/27/2006   Silver Bullet
9/5/2005   Design
2/14/2005   Transparency and Microsoft
1/30/2005   Affecting the World through Blogging
1/7/2005   3D UI

AI (41)

9/16/2014   Building Software that Understands
1/25/2012   Microsoft AI Initiatives
1/23/2012   Conversational Interfaces Redux
10/24/2011   Siri Technology
10/24/2011   Siri and the Human Connection—The Eliza Effect
10/14/2011   Siri and the AI Revolution
10/14/2011   Conversational Interfaces: Siri & Shrdlu
1/7/2009   Smart Software Should Get Out Of Your Way
1/2/2008   Computation as the Ultimate Metaphor
1/2/2008   Human-like Reasoning
11/14/2007   Smart Machines
11/14/2007   Semantic Computing
5/15/2007   Symbolic Computing
3/16/2007   Code and Data
12/6/2006   Bullets Flying My Way
10/1/2006   Turing Test and Loebner Prize Competition
9/7/2006   Model-View
9/7/2006   Software Design Philosophy
6/21/2006   Direct UI
5/26/2006   Software Built to Replace a Human
5/13/2006   Functional Programming
5/11/2006   Wordprocessing
4/29/2006   A Modest Design Change
2/26/2006   Use Patterns
1/27/2006   AI Hubris
1/9/2006   The Concept of Concepts
11/5/2005   Thinking in Ifs
10/31/2005   3D Framework
10/31/2005   That's Impossible
8/7/2005   On Intelligence
6/10/2005   Human vs Computer
1/29/2005   Language Oriented Programming
6/28/2004   Looking Back at My CS Education A Decade Later
6/28/2004   AI
6/26/2004   Intentional Programming, Again
6/25/2004   Intentional Programming
6/23/2004   Graphical Source Code Editors
6/23/2004   Whidbey May Miss the Next Coding Revolution
5/26/2004   Kurzweil's Law -- Moore's Law Generalized
1/29/2004   Will Machines Become Conscious?
10/7/2003   Human-like Software

C# (2)

1/23/2012   C# Everywhere
10/1/2006   MVP - C#

CS (2)

5/28/2005   Grand Unification
9/20/2003   Math and Computer Science

Entrepreneurship (54)

3/14/2015   Getting into e-Commerce
1/23/2012   Leverage in the Software Business
10/29/2007   SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) Grants
5/26/2006   Crowdsourcing
4/13/2006   Software Industry Directory
11/11/2005   Get Your Butt Outta Bed and Build Something
10/31/2005   That's Impossible
10/11/2005   Zombie
10/11/2005   Getting into Microsoft (as a Company)
8/27/2005   Low-Risk Entrepreneurship
8/26/2005   Fail Fast
8/8/2005   Ecommerce Providers
7/27/2005   The Lure of Free Software
7/19/2005   Personal Offshoring
7/11/2005   Shareware Industry Conference
7/8/2005   Some More Entrepreneurial Fodder
7/8/2005   Messed Up Private Lives
7/7/2005   Focus On What You Want To Have Happen
7/1/2005   Windows Marketshare
6/24/2005   Selling on the Web
6/8/2005   Getting Started on Web Design
6/4/2005   Development
6/2/2005   Marketing Software
5/31/2005   Strategic Reassessment
5/28/2005   Continual Education
5/27/2005   Shareware Industry Conference
4/13/2005   A Nation of Entrepreneurs
1/30/2005   Planning a Product Years in Advance
1/28/2005   Purple Cows
1/28/2005   Taking on Category Leaders
1/4/2005   Market Sizing
1/4/2005   Looking Back in 2004
11/13/2004   Yet Another Market Falls To Microsoft
10/23/2004   Trial Versions
10/11/2004   Internet Hubs
10/11/2004   Logo
9/28/2004   Software Marketing Resource
9/28/2004   Data Sources
9/9/2004   Software Awards
9/1/2004   MicroISVs
8/17/2004   Being Independent
8/17/2004   Google Adwords
7/2/2004   Shareware
5/24/2004   Microsoft Squashes Another Niche
3/17/2004   Shareware Profitable?
1/31/2004   Fire And Motion
1/29/2004   Getting Started With Your Own Software Company
1/24/2004   Ideals
1/19/2004   Platform vs Application
1/16/2004   Mission Statement
1/10/2004   Entrepreneurship Rationalizations
1/10/2004   Make More Mistakes
10/7/2003   Human-like Software
9/27/2003   Why did I leave Microsoft?

Functional Programming (4)

Immutability (3)

Intelligence (1)

Life (9)

12/29/2008   Underachievement
11/24/2007   Triple Nine
11/24/2007   Distractions, II
10/21/2007   Mom
8/31/2004   Independence day
8/26/2004   Finding Blogs
1/24/2004   Ideals
1/10/2004   Development Fuel
9/25/2003   Seeing Bill Gates's House

Math (3)

Natural Language (5)

NStatic (2)

1/14/2015   Plans for Year 2015
1/2/2008   Human-like Reasoning

Online Courses (2)

1/16/2012   Online Courses
12/29/2008   Online Courses

Semantics (1)

Smart Software (5)

Technology (106)

1/20/2015   Anticipation for Windows 10
1/14/2015   Plans for Year 2015
1/23/2012   Conversational Interfaces Redux
1/14/2012   The Computers and Internet of Yesteryear
10/24/2011   Technology & Liberal Arts
12/29/2008   Online Courses
8/9/2007   LISP
6/16/2007   Old School Programming
12/27/2006   Fabricated Complexity
12/5/2006   Lego Programming
8/16/2006   Powers Of Ten
8/3/2006   Research Pipeline
7/30/2006   Incompletely Undecidable
5/29/2006   Playing with Office
5/25/2006   Office 12 UI
5/23/2006   Google Interviews
5/19/2006   Professor Sleator
4/1/2006   Microsoft Circles
3/2/2006   Origami
3/1/2006   The Microsoft Touch
2/16/2006   Ridiculous EU Fine
2/7/2006   Programming Languages in the Future
1/26/2006   Software Paradoxes: The Cost of Trying Too Hard
1/25/2006   Innovation at Microsoft
12/24/2005   Blog Name
11/23/2005   Office Open XML
11/15/2005   Orcas and Open Specs
11/8/2005   Google AdSense
11/8/2005   Blog Redesign II
11/2/2005   Big, Bad Microsoft
10/31/2005   Microsoft and Google Innovation
10/29/2005   50 Years From Now
10/14/2005   AutoLinking
10/11/2005   Getting into Microsoft (as a Company)
9/15/2005   Office Reinvention
9/4/2005   Doctors and Patients
8/27/2005   Predicting the Future
8/22/2005   Wifi - The New Highway
8/22/2005   3D TV Again
8/12/2005   Memes
8/10/2005   Innovation Trends
7/31/2005   3D TV
7/27/2005   The Lure of Free Software
7/1/2005   Windows Marketshare
6/25/2005   High-tech Outsourcing
6/24/2005   Rich RSS Integration in Longhorn
6/19/2005   E-book Happenings
6/16/2005   Open Your Mind
6/15/2005   E-books
6/14/2005   Building a Website
6/6/2005   Apple On Intel
6/4/2005   Semantic Web and Ontologies
6/2/2005   Original Ideas
6/2/2005   VS Hawaii
6/1/2005   Office and XML
6/1/2005   EU Versus Microsoft
6/1/2005   Would You Have Allowed Bill Gates To Be Born?
4/19/2005   Hobbyist Programmers
2/6/2005   Software Politics
1/29/2005   NYT Review of Collapse
1/29/2005   Collapse
1/25/2005   Second Most Powerful Wizard
1/8/2005   Google - Extension of the Brain
1/7/2005   3D UI
11/13/2004   Electronic Arts
10/2/2004   The Pace of Technology
8/27/2004   Fast Searches
8/26/2004   Finding Blogs
8/17/2004   RSS Reader Wish
8/17/2004   Google Adwords
7/22/2004   Walking Monkey
7/12/2004   Rich Web Applications
6/28/2004   Tiger
6/27/2004   Taking the Limit
6/25/2004   Beautiful OSes
6/23/2004   Notepad Replacement
6/23/2004   Geek Blog Dinner
6/19/2004   Drive-By Downloading
6/13/2004   .Text and dasBlogs
6/13/2004   Blog Publishing
6/13/2004   3D Displays
6/2/2004   E-books
5/29/2004   Movable Menus
5/26/2004   Technology Is Young
4/29/2004   Google
3/23/2004   The Irony of Spam
2/25/2004   The Study of Video Games
2/24/2004   Chris Pratley Has Second Thoughts
2/24/2004   What Happens to Java/Linux When Longhorn Ships?
2/24/2004   Easter Eggs
2/23/2004   Self-Censorship
2/11/2004   3D versus 2D Animation
2/7/2004   Windows Error Reporting
2/6/2004   Software Quality
2/6/2004   Software Rewrites
2/6/2004   Joel
1/31/2004   Fire And Motion
1/31/2004   The Power of 3D
1/19/2004   Platform vs Application
1/10/2004   Development Environment
1/10/2004   Computer Setup
1/10/2004   Development Fuel
11/8/2003   Interviews
10/22/2003   Open Microsoft
10/20/2003   A Taste of Apple
9/25/2003   Seeing Bill Gates's House

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1/23/2012   C# Everywhere
 

 

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