Microsoft flesh out a bunch of codenames at PDC2008 that had been circulating for the past several months from” “Red Dog,” to “Geneva,” to “Zurich,” and also introduced a few brand-new codenames.
Here’re few some:
- Anchorage: “Anchorage” is Microsoft SyncToy Version 2, which will be part of Sync Framework Version 2. Anchorage was mentioned during a PDC presentation on the Sync Framework Version 2 release. (There was some recent confusion as to Microsoft’s Sync Framework release schedule, as the Redmondians rolled out two different Sync Framework releases labeled as “Version 1.”)
Microsoft released a first Community Technology Preview (CTP) build of Sync Framework Version 2 on October 28. Version 2 sounds like it will include more providers and simplify how developers interact with the framework.
- “Huron” is a “cloud-based data hub”, Microsoft’s newly unveiled SQL Services Labs projects that relies on the Sync Framework and SQL Services (formerly known as SQL Server Data Services) to publish databases, reports, forms and objects to the cloud, back-up and restore database apps to the cloud, and more.
- Paris: A part of Microsoft’s Office Communications Server family of products. Microsoft is in the midst of private testing of Office Communications Server Release 2 (R2)[…]