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  • Blog Post: Heralding in the Immersive Online Olympic Experience in Canada

    Today represents a very important day for our country – the start of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games. Over the next 2 weeks, we are going to be witness to some incredible athleticism and stories with the world united through sport. I can remember vividly watching previous Olympic Games in front of...
  • Blog Post: TechDays Defy All Challenges: 24 Hours of Developer Goodness

    Later this week, the folks who run the site, msfttechdays.com will host a 24-hour virtual event, featuring 95 live sessions (!) available both live or on-demand. Earlier today, I checked out the list of available sessions and was impressed by the developer-specific sessions that are being covered. ...
  • Blog Post: IE8 and Stories From Home

    There are lots of exciting announcements coming out of MIX in Vegas this week. Today we shipped Internet Explorer 8 . However,  there’s also plenty to celebrate back home around Silverlight and IE8. Check them out! Watching your favorite TV shows online in HD with Silverlight   CTV Globemedia...
  • Blog Post: The State of the Computer Science Nation in Canada with Tony Targonski

    Yesterday, I interviewed Tony Targonski about the state of computer science in Canada and CompSci.ca : If you haven't had an opportunity to check out CompSci.ca , it's a site dedicated to students and faculty who wish to discuss matters relating to computer science. Tony is one of its contributors...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup 2008: Day 2 - Working Long Hours

    Team RoboTree (Short Film) The team is well on it's way to create a new short film for the competition. The students were thrown a curveball as the theme and the guidelines for the finals are the same for the second round . Essentially, the goal is to "share a perspective on how technology enables a...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup 2008: Introducing Team RoboTree

    Team Robotree includes Dan Tran (left), Media Ridha (bottom centre) taken just before Drake Birmann (top centre), and Ryan Morrison (right) left for tree planting in Northern Ontario for the summer. The students are from Fanshawe College and the University of Western Ontario . They are one of the six...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup 2008: Introducing Team GreeNet

    Team GreeNet includes Jin Fan and Kevin Muise from School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University , BC. Another team called EcoLid from SFU also competed in the Imagine Cup competition - you can read more about the entry on the CanUX blog via my colleague Qixing Zheng . Team...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup 2008: Day 1 - Road To Paris

    Video: Imagine Cup 2008 Finals The Imagine Cup is a global competition that encourages young people to apply their imagination, their passion and their creativity to technology innovations that can make a difference in the world - today. Last year , I travelled with Canadian students to Seoul, Korea...
  • Blog Post: Get Ready To Be Energized!

    In less than a month, Energize IT will be rolling into Toronto on Saturday May 24, 2008! It's going to be an amazing event bringing together Developers, Students, Designers, IT Pros, and IT Managers (and anyone excited about IT for that matter) under one roof! The event will take place at the Toronto...
  • Blog Post: DevTeach Toronto 2008

    DevTeach Toronto is fast approaching, and features a number of world class speakers including Micorosft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) and Regional Directors: There are a number of reasons why you should attend the event. Here's a few to start: Keynote by Scott Hanselman, Microsoft Scott Hanselman...
  • Blog Post: Are You Going To DevTeach?

    As some of you know, I'm a huge fan of DevTeach . I think it's best developer conferences we have here in Canada . Just by looking at this year's schedule and line-up of speakers , it's easy to see why. Not only is the content great, but so are the folks who come to attend this wonderful event. Did...
  • Blog Post: Edmonton Speaker Idol - A Call For Speakers!

    The folks at the Edmonton .NET Users Group are looking to do something different for this month's meeting. Earlier today, I received the following e-mail: As you may know, our March meeting is going to be done in a different style than we normally use. What we're planning is a set of 5 to 6 short...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Les Connor

    Les has worked in a small business environment all his life. He especially enjoys Small Business Server for the positive impact it has in enabling small business to do more with less. Les was first awarded SBS MVP in 2002, and is a 2006 Impact Award Finalist - Community Leadership Award - for his work...
  • Blog Post: Windows Live SkyDrive in Canada!

    Windows Live SkyDrive is now available in Canada and will provide you up to 5 GB of free storage space! Do you have problems carrying large files around or maybe source code (or other assets)? Then I'd recommend that you look at this solution. It's a great alternative to a USB key - no matter where you...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Laurent Duveau

    Laurent Duveau is a Senior .NET Trainer/Developer and the founding partner of RunAtServer Consulting . He specializes in web development with ASP.NET, AJAX, Silverlight, Windows Live and Expression softwares. He also teaches .NET courses as a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and was a speaker at great events...
  • Blog Post: Windows Home Server at VANTUG

    A message from Graham Jones, President of VANTUG: By now I expect most of you will have heard about Windows Home Server . Just in case you haven’t, it is an exciting new “consumer” product based upon the proven Windows 2003 R2 technology. It is aimed at the household that has more than 1 PC, which...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Shane Perran

    Shane has been designing online user experiences for more than a decade. A strong passion for visual presentation, web standards and usability has paved the way for a successful transition into the SharePoint Products and Technologies space where Shane has become well known for his customization efforts...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Rob Windsor

    Rob Windsor is a Senior Consultant and the Director of Training with ObjectSharp Consulting - a Microsoft Gold Partner based in Toronto, Canada. Rob focuses on the architecture, design and development of custom business applications using leading edge Microsoft technologies. In addition Rob is a top...
  • Blog Post: Guest Blogger: MVP Award Program - What is it all about? (Part 1 of 2)

    Hello Canadian Developers, By the way of introduction, my name is Sasha Krsmanovic and I am the MVP Lead for Canadian MVPs. Your developer advisors asked me to publish a few posts here in order to introduce the MVP Award Program to Canadian Developers. You have seen some of these individuals ‘spotlighted...
  • Blog Post: realDEVELOPMENT_07 Canadian Tour for Web Developers

    The realDEVELOPMENT_07 tour is coming to a Canadian city near you, and the focus is helping you be successful in your day to day jobs. This half day event will provide you with cool tips, tricks and tools to help you tackle the real Web development challenges you see everyday both in the browser and...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Blake McNeill (Windows - Security)

    Blake McNeill ( MVP Profile ) is primarily a software designer who's history involves the design and development of a number of commercial software products ranging from engineering simulation tools, to banking systems, to medical systems, to security tools and pretty well all points in-between. While...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q&A with Ken Cox (Visual Developer - ASP/ASP.NET)

    Ken Cox ( MVP Profile ) is a programming writer and .NET developer who lives in Nipissing Township, Ontario during the fair weather months, and Victoria, British Columbia in the winter. Ken is currently writing ASP.NET 3.5 For Dummies to be published by Wiley by the end of the year. As a contributing...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup 2007 Korea - Canada Wins!

    I can now announce that Team Awesome came 3rd place in the Photography Challenge and walked away with a giant cheque and trophies! Congratulations to both Team Awesome ( Team Robot Hospital and the rest of the Canadian and U.S. teams) on winning the finals, flying to Seoul, South Korea and participating...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup 2007 Korea - Day 4

    Today, we had the Digital Theatre presentation where Photography and Short Film competitors got the chance to show their presentations. Team Robot Hospital and Team Awesome did a great showing - the photos are really impressive. We will be posting them shortly so you can take a look at how talented our...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup 2007 Korea - Day 3

    There wasn't much happening in terms of competition today, however we all had to get up quite early to spend the "Day in Seoul" - a sightseeing tour sponsored by the city, of different Korean cultural landmarks . Here are a handful of photo highlights of our visit to the Gyeongbokgung Palace, the Seoul...
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