Jim, Bob and I are very excited to announce that we have a brand new home for northeastern US developers on Microsoft’s developer site Channel 9!
What will you find there?
Check it out at http://channel9.msdn.com/northeast
We’re in the process of recording screencasts from our recent Northeast MSDN Roadshow events (Spring ‘09, Winter ‘08, Fall ‘08) and will have them listed for you there at the bottom of the page.
We also have a Northeast Code Gallery, where you can download the presentations and, if you’re daring, code samples from our events. Links to screencasts are here as well:
Whether your a regular attendee or not, we hope these sites give you the content you need, whenever you need it.
Immense and sincere thanks to our teammate Brian Johnson for the great work he’s done to get us going (his help is why you’ll see his name as publisher of the screencasts we’ve posted). Thanks also go to Jim for tuning the sites to make sure the water was fine before we all jumped in.
Please let me know if you have any questions about either site, and enjoy!
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well done guys!! these types of "localised" resources are of an immense value to developers!
here in australia we pay for our bandwidth (yes i know, very 90's of us) and i've frequently maxed out my 80Gb allowance in downloading videos from C9 onto my Zune!!
looking forward to seeing more action on this front! Now, who to speak to in order to get an AustralAsia localised Channel9 site created?? :)
Thanks for commenting, Brian!
We're excited to be able to get resources and recordings of our sessions up for everyone to use. It's obviously good for people who couldn't attend originally, but it's also nice because not every topic we cover is of immediate use to everyone, so if it later becomes something they want to use, the content is ready for them.
Put your local DEs in touch with me and I can route them to the right people to talk about doing the same for your area. I hope to see many more local sites in the coming months!
That 80gb limit must be a pain (espeically with the amount of new stuff available each month!), but thanks for using a tiny part of it to read my blog! :)