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    Bob and Chris' MSDN Roadshow Recap - Burlington VT

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    Thank you to the architect and developer community in Vermont!!! A special thanks for Julie Lerman for assisting us with getting the word out and driving attendance. The event was held at the Sheraton Hotel . Chris Bowen and I covered WCF, Cardspace,...
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    Bob and Chris' MSDN Roadshow Recap - Rochester, NY

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    Thank you to the architect and developer community in upstate New York!!! Chris Bowen and I had a great time in Rochester, NY where we had 60 folks turn out for our very first event. It was held at the RIT Inn in West Henrietta. We covered WCF, Cardspace...
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    Architecture Headlines on MSDN

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    User Interface - Part 3 in Ted Neward’s series on Pragmatic Architecture Ted Neward sneaks a glance at his cohorts during their monthly meeting. Some of the architects look eager and excited, others appear skeptical, still others are downright disgusted...
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    WPF Applications For Your Review...

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    Here is a list of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications that are availabe to use or get demonstrations of via web casts: Yahoo Messenger for Windows Vista - New IM client ( SCREENCAST ). New York Times Reader - Next-generation online...
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    Composite Application Architecture Site Goes Live on MSDN

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    Composite application Architecture site goes live on MSDN. http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/architecture/bb19...
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    Web 2.0 ARCouncil Content Posted

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    The presentations from the Feburary 12th arcCouncil by Michael Platt, Dion Hinchcliffe and Ibrahim Mohamed have been posted to the arcStream web site. Visit the ARChive .
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    Bob and Chris' MSDN Roadshow Coming to a City Near You

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    Chris Bowen and I are busting out of our home bases in Massachusetts and taking our long-winded rants and questionable demos on the road across the Northeast! In the coming weeks, we'll be bringing the latest in developer- and architect-focused content...
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    ARCasts posted on Web 2.0 Topic

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    The arcStream team has posted their series of ARCasts on the topic of Web 2.0 on the arcStream site. These streamable sessions are a great precursor to the Web 2.0 arcCouncil happening this Monday in 9 cities across the east coast. if Web 2.0 is on your...
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    What does Web 2.0 Mean to You? - Video

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    Click the Play button to view the 'What does Web 2.0 mean to you?' video.
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    Workflow Enabled SharePoint Solutions - ARCast by John McClelland

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    John McClelland has just posted his lasted ARCast on the topic of Workflow Enabled SharePoint Solutions . This ARCast drills into how workflow enabled solutions are designed, stored and used in Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2007 (MOSS). Different...
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    Enterprise Mashups at next arcCouncil

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    Dion Hinchcliffe, one of the speakers at our next arcCouncil, recently blogged his thoughts on Mashups for the Enterprise. Come join us on February 12th at our next arcCouncil to hear Dion speak on this and other Web 2.0 topics.
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    Code Camp 7 announced - Deer in the Headlights

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    Chris Bowen has recently announced the upcoming Code Camp 7 to be held in waltham, MA on March 31st and April 1st. To get details check his blog post .
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    East Region arcCouncil - The topic this month is Web 2.0

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    Please join us on February 12 th at a local Microsoft office for the next arcCouncil meeting on Web 2.0 . Architecture . Michael Platt, Director of Web Architecture Strategy at Microsoft in Redmond will examine the business, social and technical drivers...
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    ARCast - Lap Around WPF by Jeff Barnes

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    Jeff Barnes , an Architect Evangelist based in Florida (tough assignment!), has just posted his latest session, a lap around Windows Presentation Foundation. You can access this content and our other ARCasts on the arcStream site. Windows Presentation...
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    arcCouncil Feb 12th, 2007 - Web 2.0

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    The topic of our next arcCouncil event on February 12th is Web 2.0 . We've lined up two excellent speakers on this topic. You won't want to miss this one. The event is being held in 9 cities across the east region. The event will be held in Waltham and...
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    ARCast - Why User Experience Matters

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    I have recently posted a streaming video of my presentation entitled 'Why User Experience Matters'. This 50 minute diatribe outlines a simple but useful framework for describing interactions with devices and software from a users perspective. I then delve...
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    Boston Vista/Office/Exchange launch event - 01/24/07

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    Boston is one of the key launch cities for the upcoming Vista, Office 2007, Exchange 2007 launch series. The launch will be held at the Boston Convention Center on January 24th. Some highlights: Attendees will get a free copy of Office 2007 Professional...
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    arcHive lists past arcStream event content

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    The arcStreamEast web site has been updated with a new page called the arcHive (very cleaver). The arcHive lists links to downloadable and streamable content from past arcStream events. You can register for past arcCasts and stream the presentation or...
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    <Blogging><XML2006/></Blogging>

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    I am standing in the Microsoft Booth at the <XML2006/> conference in Boston. With me are Craig Kitterman , Adam Wiener and Stan Kitsis . I have had a great time talking with customers from such exotic places as Denmark, China and New Jersey. ...
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    Senior .Net CLR Architect to Speak in Waltham, MA

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    Jim Miller, Senior Architect on the CLR Team, will be presenting at the VB Professionals User Group on December 7th @ 5:30 at the Microsoft Waltham Office . Do you have a question about the CLR? Do you want to know what the future holds for the CLR? Then...
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    Architecture Resources on MSDN

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    Check out these articles and case studies on the MSDN Architecture Site: SOA in the Real World: Commonwealth Bank of Australia CommSee is a simply amazing application written by the team at CBA. This application is visually stunning, architecturally interesting...
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    Team System User Group in Boston

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    There's a new user group in town! The Visual Studio Team System Public User Group (TeamSysPUG) for the Boston area is having the first monthly meeting. To learn more check out Michael Ruminer's blog: http://manicprogrammer.com/cs/blogs/michaelruminer...
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    Chris Bowen joins Microsoft

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    I am extremely excited that Chris Bowen is officially on board at Microsoft and that I have the pleasure to be working with him on a day to day basis. Chris will be taking over for Thom Robbins as the Developer Evangelist covering the Northeast. Thom...
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    breakfast event at the office/vista launch in Boston

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    I will be hosting a breakfast event at the upcoming Office/Vista Launch Event at the Boston Convention Center on Wednesday, January 24th, 2007. Please join me and the other members of the D&PE team here in the northeast for a hot breakfast and preferred...
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    arccast - why user Experience matters

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    In my upcoming arcCast scheduled for November 28th at 9am, 12 noon and 4pm, I am going to be discussing the convergence of Desktop and Web technology stacks and User Experiences. In order to frame this discussion I will put forth a simple framework for...
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