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Four more Fishbowl Videos

Four more Fishbowl Videos

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The Virtual TechEd Fishbowl Editors have been at it again. Four more great videos.

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The Wide Ranging Applicability of Team Foundation Server

Ron Jacobs, host of ARCast.TV, sits down to talk with customers Justin Butcher and Michael Daniel about using Team Foundation Server in a scenario with hundreds of developers, not all of whom are on .NET. How are the developers reacting to using TFS on all these other platforms? They also cover using TFS in a Wide Area Network environment, check-in policies, and other TFS-relevant topics.

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Spotlight 2007 Campaign on Integrated Collaboration

Joseph Mortimer, Solutions Architect with Data#3, and Charlene Clark, former Microsoft Program Manager in Brisbane for the Spotlight 2007 Integrated Collaboration program, discuss the highlights of the campaign—one that upskills and develops Microsoft Gold and Certified Partners in new and innovative technology. This year’s campaign focused on SharePoint Server 2007 and Office Communications Server. Learn more about Spotlight 2007 here.

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What Is Via Windows Live?

Learn all about Via Windows Live, a community site where anybody who is working with Windows Live Services can access a wide range of resources (for example, learn about using Virtual Earth with a Messenger activity window), in this video session recorded with Bronwen Zande, Windows Live Services Development Specialist, and John O’Brien, Windows Live Developer MVP (from aptovita.com, formerly alivedevelopment.com).

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Women in Technology

In this WIT video recorded at Tech·Ed Australia, Nikki Curtis from the Australian Computer Society and Charlene Clark, Queensland Rail, talk about how they got started in IT, some of the challenges women face when growing their IT careers, and tips for young women considering entering the field.

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The Fish Bowl Travels to Australia