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    Aspiring Architect Web Casts

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    If you are a developer and want to understand what it takes to transition to architecture, these Web casts are an excellent introduction to this career path - bob Architecture 101, May 24 http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/eventdetail.aspx?EventID=1032338971&culture...
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    The Music of ReMIX07

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    Remember ReMIX07? Seems like just a few days ago. In order to relive those thrilling keynotes, inspirational sessions and most importantly the food, I have created a Silverlight 1.1 application that will allow you to listen to individual tracks, play...
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    IHI Shines Silverlight on Healthcare Improvement

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    Recently I had the pleasure of sitting down with Michael Iantosca, CEO of eDefine , Paul Hamnett, VP of engineering at the Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI.org), and Kerri Sweeny, Director of Development at IHI, to learn about a new Silverlight...
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    arcCouncil April 12th 2007 - Microsoft/SAP Interoperability

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    Please join us on April 12th at a local Microsoft office for the next arcCouncil meeting on Microsoft and SAP Interoperability . Microsoft and SAP are strategic technology providers for thousands of the world’s most successful businesses. If you rely...
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    'Acropolis' CTP for WPF Development Released

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    The Microsoft code name “Acropolis” Community Technology Preview 1 is a set of components and tools that make it easier for developers to build and manage modular, business focused, client .NET applications. Acropolis is part of the “.NET Client Futures...
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    Microsoft Research opens a new lab in Cambridge, MA

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    Microsoft Research (known as MSR) is announcing today that it will open a new lab in Cambridge, Mass .  The lab will be the company’s sixth research center worldwide and its first on the East Coast.  Scheduled to open in July 2008, Microsoft...
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    OuterLink Adopts Windows 7, Bing Maps and Silverlight to Advance High Asset Tracking and Communication Technology

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        The Company Recently I had the opportunity to meet with Steve Durante, CEO and Rodney Danielson, VP of Engineering at OuterLink to discuss their adoption of Windows 7, Bing Maps and Silverlight 3. OuterLink is a very cool company based in...
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    ARCast.TV - Michael Manos on Datacenter Leadership

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    This ARCast features Michael Manos who leads all the datacenters for Microsoft globally. Michael is leading Microsoft’s transformation into massive scale datacenter environments for Web 2.0 and online services. Michael is interviewed by Lewis Curtis ...
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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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    Howard Students showcased for Microsoft and the Whitehouse

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    Four students from Howard University were invited to a meeting between Microsoft and the HBCU Whitehouse team this past week. Shamir Saddler, Kyle Simmons , Lenon Thompson, Rashad Rose of Howard University present their Imagine Cup submission with Robert...
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    BulletAsylum - Missile Command on steroids for Windows Phone 7

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    UberGeekGames has a preview video on their site that gives you insight into how amazing gaming can be on Windows Phone 7. Check this out: Praise for BulletAsylum UberGeekGames have just announced their latest game, BulletAsylum, which is being developed...
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    Index of Silverlight Games

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    Chris Bowen has cataloged a nice collection of Silverlight games most of which come with source. This is a great way to learn the ins and outs of Silverlight development. -bob
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    WebMatrix Top Features

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    WebMatrix is everything you need to build Web sites using Windows.   Here are the top WebMatrix features… Small, but complete package WebMatrix is a free Web development tool that installs in minutes and elegantly brings together a Web server, a...
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    Microsoft SoftGrid Job Openings

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    Technorati Tags: SoftGrid , Jobs SoftGrid is expanding their capabilities and facility. They are moving to 1 Memorial Drive Cambridge overlooking the Charles River on 9/24/2007. There are several job openings in their software development group including...
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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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    Dev2Dev Facebook Group

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    Dave Isbitski, a Developer Evangelist based in Philadelphia, has started a group up on Facebook called Developer to Developer (Dev2Dev) you might be interested in. If you are on Facebook , join the group and check out what is going on there. Developer...
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    Pluralsight On-Demand! New Releases: Silverlight, ASP.NET MVC, BizTalk and more!

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    recently published courses & tutorial modules   Message Transformations Managed Services Engine Fundamentals Author(s): Aaron Skonnard 11/24/2009 [00:44:52] This module discusses how message transformations can be used to overcome common SOA...
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    Free Web Hosting + Free Web Tools = Free-kin' Awesome!!!

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    Microsoft and our top web hosting partners are offering... Free hosting for 60 days Free Microsoft Expression Web ($299 value) and Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition Free $100 Microsoft adCenter search advertising credit The Microsoft...
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    Introducing the Syndicated Client Experiences Starter Kit & Reader SDK!

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    Ever wonder how the New York Times Reader , MSDN Reader or the Architect Journal Reader deliver a great reading experience and maintain synchronized content? Well then you will want to dive into the Syndicated Client Experience (SCE) Starter Kit and Reader...
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    IASA opens a New England Chapter...

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    I wanted to make you aware of a new architect group that is starting up here in the northeast. IASA is the premier association focused on the IT Architecture profession through education, advocacy, events and development of best practices. Microsoft is...
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    Bob and Chris December Roadshow - Register Today!!!

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    It's that time again! Chris and I will be heading back out in December for our fourth Roadshow series, bringing another batch of technical goodness to cities across the northeast (hopefully in time to beat the snow!) If you haven't been to one of our...
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    In between TEch-Ed Developer and Tech-Ed IT Pro There is...

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    ] in-between [ weekend, June 7/8, Orlando Convention Center   Attending Tech-Ed and looking for something to do ‘inbetween’ the two Tech-Eds?  Or just looking for a really great, free, community driven event for the weekend down...
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    Multicore-Enabling Visual Studio C++ Applications

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    Cilk Arts, Inc. is holding a seminar on Enabling your C++ applications to leverage Multi-Core x86 processors. When is this unique event?   Friday, June 20 - 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM Where is it being held?   Microsoft Office, 201 Jones Road, Waltham...
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    Windows Phone 7 – The First Fart Application

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    Developing applications for Windows Phone 7 is really easy and very cool. Visual Studio makes the task simple whether you are building a Silverlight app or a game using XNA. Now it is true that Microsoft is a little behind (pun intended) in the mobile...
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    Penn State Students Design Windows Phone 7 App

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    Have a dietary restriction and need help at the grocery store? There’s an app for that — thanks to a group of Penn State Abington students. Students at Penn State Abington have created and designed an application for the Microsoft Windows 7 phone. The...
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