Vista got released in November last year, and I've now come across the first "big" application that doesn't currently run on Vista.
Oracle will support Windows Vista but most likely not completely until the second half of 2007!
I would have thought a company the size of Oracle could dedicate a few resources to running their stuff on the beta releases of Vista, so that it wouldn't be such a big step to get it all working.
At least I don't do much Oracle stuff, but it does happen occasionally (like today), where it is a problem.
Who was that "David from Aberfoyle Park" who rang in last weekend to talk about his experiences using Windows Vista?
Ha! Not only did my post to the FxCop forum turn out to reveal a bug in MsBuild, but David M. Kean referenced my fix in a posting to the The Visual Studio Code Analysis Team Blog
What was going to be the February CTP is now out, as the March CTP of the next version of Visual Studio.NET
This is the version that should have the latest working version of LINQ for SQL.
I saw this mentioned in the Google newsletter today, and I've installed it on my HP iPAQ rw6828 Windows Mobile device.
It works really nicely - you can get the maps or satellite views too.
If I had GPS, then it could use that too.