It does have a RSS(though only 1.0) feed and an ATOM feed...
Extract of the announce:
We have a new site for developers, system administrators, and power users--the O'Reilly Network's new Windows DevCenter (http://www.WindowsDevCenter.com).
"This is the ideal time to launch Windows DevCenter," said Preston Gralla, editor of the site and author of "Windows XP Hacks."
"Windows XP will be getting its biggest overhaul yet with the release of SP-2 in the middle of this year, and Microsoft recently unveiled details about Longhorn, which will dramatically transform the entire Windows architecture and interface, and will be one of the most significant Windows releases ever. Windows DevCenter will help users get the most out of the existing version of Windows, as well as prepare for the future."
Windows DevCenter features in-depth articles geared for developers and system administrators, plus plenty of tips, tricks, and reviews for Windows power users. Ongoing coverage will address .NET, VBScript, SQL, system administration, wireless, and emerging Windows issues. The daily news section offers the latest stories in the Windows world, and weblogs by notable Windows luminaries and O'Reilly authors present a range of expert opinions on Windows issues. Editor Gralla, a longtime tech journalist and the author of more than 20 books, has worked with every version of Windows since 3.1.
I posted about FeedBurner a yesterday. Now it seems to be up and working. So I have added two links to two of my Burned Feeds. One using the special Mobile options. Check it out. One of the feeds is really my ATOM feed served as RSS.
Sanjay, this may be the easiest way for you to get a RSS feed...:-)
Sanjay Vyas blogs about the problems he is having with synching different devices. No way to say which is the latest entry and how to merge modified data.
Looks like instead of each device trying to use a differnt program to sync stuff, they need to produce an XML(can even be a RSS) feed of data, that has changed and this is taken in by a common program on the PC(maybe a Web Service), which merges the data(intelligently) and sends a new XML feed with the new data that the devices start using or merge into their databases.
And all devices always sync up data with this common program so that everyone is always in sync....