Ben Riga's Deep Shift

I'm in it now!

June, 2007

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About Ben Riga

Ben Riga is Senior Technical Evangelist for Windows Phone in Microsoft's Developer and Platform Evangelism (DPE) group.  In this role he runs around demonstrating the compelling technical and business value of the Windows 8 platform and how partners benefit when publishing apps to the Windows Store.  Ben also supports the Microsoft field by engaging in key projects and recruiting target customers and partners.

  • Ben Riga's Deep Shift

    Marrying ASP.NET with Dynamics CRM

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    We've been running training worldwide to get partners up-to-speed on the upcoming release of Dynamics CRM "Titan". A few weeks ago we invited the tour hit Redmond. I took advantage of that opportunity to get some of these partners on video talking about...
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    Salesforce.com Death Watch

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    The non-story out of Salesforce.com this week got me thinking and reading a little more and it would seem that many others are starting to see the writing on the wall for sf.com and it ain't pretty. Joshua Greenbaum's story for ZDNet was the most compelling...
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    MSDN Dev Center for Dynamics

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    Nice! We've opened the new Dev Center for Dynamics. This is fantastic. Lots of improvements with this but the nicest thing for me is that we now have separate sub-Dev Centers for each of the individual Dynamics products (AX, CRM, GP, NAV and SL). That...
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    Salesforce.yawn

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    I've been traveling for a few days and am only now catching up on this week's news. I was particularly interested in reading up what Salesforce.com and Google were up to. what with all the noise about a some big announcement happening this week. Phil...
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    Spying on CRM

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    Maybe you think that your CRM server's been sneaking out behind your back. Stealing CPU cycles. All that fooling around is hijacking your performance. Or maybe your servers have been hanging out in a rough neighborhood. Being denied service? Suffering...
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