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    Microsoft BizSpark Incubation Week for Windows 7 @ Reston

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    With several successful Microsoft BizSpark Incubation Weeks ( CRM Reston , CRM Boston , Win 7 Irvine , Mobility Mountain View ), we are pleased to announce Microsoft BizSpark Incubation Week for Windows 7 (Reston, VA, week of 24 th Aug’09). The...
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    Managing your Azure Storage (a micro ISV product)

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    Cloud Storage Studio is a Windows (WPF) based application to manage your data stored in Azure Storage. You can manage your tables, queues & containers data in Azure storage. Following are the high level features available in the current release: ...
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    Windows 7 Compatibility Labs and Seminars in Washington DC region

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    Monday, September 21st 2009. Drop in Clinic - 8 maximum, bring in your laptops Registration Link: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/InviteOnly.aspx?EventID=DD-1E-C0-39-22-3C-75-22-1E-7A-58-6A-A6-47-57-3F&Culture=en-US Tuesday September...
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    ISV Software Architecture Workshop

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    ISV Software Architecture Workshop December 8th th 2009 Microsoft Technology Center, Reston VA Just days after the Professional Developer Conference ( PDC09 ) we are organizing an exclusive, and by invitation only, Software Architecture Workshop...
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    ISV Software Architecture Workshop May 20th 2010

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    ISV Software Architecture Workshop May 20 th 2010 Microsoft Technology Center, Reston VA We are organizing an exclusive Software Architecture Workshop (SAW) for enterprise and ISV architects. The event will be an intense and interactive one day...
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    Get Security Development Lifecycle Best Practices, Guidance & More!

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    Thanks to the overwhelmingly positive feedback from the Security Development Lifecycle session at the ISV CTO Summit 06, we are providing an optional pre-event to the ISV CTO Summit 07 entitled: " Security Development Lifecycle Workshop "; covering...
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    Daylight Savings Webcast

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    There's been a lot of commotion lately around the Government-mandated change to Daylight Savings Time. The energy bill, signed by President Bush in 2005, extends daylight savings by four weeks and will take effect for most U.S. cities at 2:00 AM on March...
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    CMAP's First Code Camp

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    Central Maryland Association of .NET Professionals (CMAP) will holding its first Code Camp on April 21, 2007. The Code Camp will be held from 9am - 7pm at the UMBC Tech Center in Catonsville, MD. CMAP user group is looking for speakers for its first...
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    OnRamp: Exploring New Technologies in Web Development on the Microsoft Platform

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    View available dates and locations Overview: This two-day instructor-led depth training course provides attendees with hands-on experience creating rich, interactive Web applications using the latest Web technologies from Microsoft. Attendees will use...
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    Big benefits. Big support. Incredible value

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    Microsoft Empower for ISVs a one year (two year optional) program designed to assist ISVs in accelerating their software development and getting to market faster. Microsoft provides unmatched opportunities and resources for ISVs to assist in stronger...
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    Introducing Microsoft Silverlight

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    Microsoft® Silverlight™ is a cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web. Silverlight offers a flexible programming model that supports AJAX, VB...
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    Server management in Windows Server Longhorn

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    There are a variety of tools, technologies and installation options that are available included in Windows Server “Longhorn” to improve the management experience of single and multiple servers across an enterprise. Server Manager Console Windows Server...
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    Powershell Design Goals

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    PowerShell is not only a new scripting language, but a shell in which you can leverage existing scripts and knowledge. This makes the learning curve very short and experienced scripter will be able to be productive within the PowerShell environment very...
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    Silverlight resources

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    Microsoft Silverlight is a new cross-browser, cross-platform client technology that helps you design, develop, and deliver media-enabled experiences and rich interactive applications on the Web. Silverlight appeals to both designers and to developers...
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    Evaluate Microsoft's tools and technologies

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    Using the power of virtualization, you can now quickly evaluate Microsoft and partner solutions through a series of pre-configured Virtual Hard Disks (VHDs). You can download the VHDs and evaluate them for free in your own environment without the need...
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    Windows Mobile Training

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    Microsoft Developer and Platform Evangelism division and the Mobile and Embedded Division (MED) will be running a series of Mobility Touchdown workshops in over 12 cities in the United States and would like to invite you to attend. This workshop is open...
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    High Fidelity UI and XAML - Part 3

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    XAML is more than just a UI definition language. For example, the markup language for Workflow is based on the same XML schemas (called XOML in this case). However, when providing the high-level overview, it’s easier to note that XAML is the UI definition...
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    High Fidelity UI and XAML - Part 1

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    Windows presentation foundation or WPF is the next generation of UX tool and programming model to create all aspects of the user experience, WPF-based applications let customers visualize information in ways never before possible and capitalize on the...
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    MSDN Power Series

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    Enjoy an all-access tour through some of today’s hottest technologies with MSDN Events. Glimpse the future of Web development with a tour of the hot new features in Visual Studio 2008. See how to power up your Silverlight solutions using AJAX and wrap...
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    ArcReady Event

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    The emerging technology macro-trend today is the convergence of the Web and physical worlds, often referred to as the disappearing boundaries between the on-line and off-line worlds. This trend underscores a shift from using web browsers on personal computers...
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    BI Screencasts

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    The entire BI Voyage screencast series is now available for viewing and download from the Channel 9 SQL Server wiki at: http://channel9.msdn.com/wiki/default.aspx/Channel9.SQLServer
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    Video Resources

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    A new community Video website that has a ton of learning resources for .Net is launch recently - www.dotnetvideos.net - learn and enjoy Asp.net pro magazine is offering 6-MONTH free print issue for everybody who registers with www.dotnetvideos.net
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    CardSpace resource

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    http://cardspace.netfx3.com/content/faq.aspx - Great FAQ
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    Visual Studio 2008 Shell

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    If you create software development tools, you’ll want to consider building on the Visual Studio 2008 Shell. A streamlined Visual Studio development environment, the Visual Studio Shell provides the core foundation so you can focus on building your application...
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    Which version of Windows Vista (CTP) and .Net 3.0 works together.

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    As we are nearing the release date for Vista, .Net30 and Office 2007, there are many CTPs published for Vista and .Ne30. It can be a daunting task for ISVs to find out which version of different technologies are compatible and which are not. This blog...
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