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Whole Lot of Shipping Goin' On

Microsoft has been on a product shipping tear. Going after the Web development market (where Redmond essentially failed with FrontPage and Macromedia cleaned up with Dreamweaver), Microsoft just starting shipping pieces of its Expression Studio line of products.

First up is a tool that lets developers build sites that work with key standards (or at least Microsoft's take on what key standards are). Later, tools will let developers fancy up these sites and protect proprietary content.

Posted by Doug Barney on December 11, 2006


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