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  • Blog Post: Premiere Training on Mango – And it’s free!

    If you find you aren’t busy on Tuesday, August 23 and Wednesday, August 24, you may be interested in attending free an online training event that will bring you to speed on how to build Mango apps. If you’re new to building apps on the Windows Phone 7 platform or a veteran looking to understand the new...
  • Blog Post: On The Road – EnergizeIT – Quebec Edition – Part 4

      subtitle: Donuts and coffee secrets   What’s a road trip without coffee and donuts? it’s unheard of. While on the road out east – we tried to share the secret of keeping your coffee in your cup instead of being spilt on your lap while trying to drink it in a moving car. Since the roads in...
  • Blog Post: On The Road – EnergizeIT Quebec edition Part 1

    Note: This blog is cross posted from the Canadian IT Pro Connection . Quick update – we’re on the road and living large en route to Québec City from Ottawa. Christian managed to get his summer tires on his car in time for the roadtrip. I thought we’d put up some updates along the way as we’re driving...
  • Blog Post: A Chat with Richard Fung - MSDN Code Award Finalist

    Earlier this week, I met Richard Fung , an undergraduate student from the University of Calgary . Richard is part of a team of developers who submitted an entry for the MSDN Code Awards , which concluded at EnergizeIT 2007 in Toronto. You can check out his team's entry at the following URL: http:...
  • Blog Post: MVP Global Summit 2007: Photos and Videos

    Last week, I attended the 2007 MVP Global Summit in Redmond and the Canadian contigent really made a splash. We all wore bright red Team Canada jerseys and showed our national pride by chanting "Canada, Canada". In case you aren't aware, MVP stands for Most Valuable Professionals - exceptional technical...
  • Blog Post: [Canadiana; Events; Videocast] Vancouver TechFest 2007 - Peter McFarlane and Mike Jensen

    Video: Vancouver TechFest 2007 - Peter McFarlane and Mike Jensen While at Vancouver TechFest 2007 , I was able to catch Peter McFarlane and Mike Jensen from Habañero Consulting Group to discuss their presentation; Implementing State Machine using Windows Workflow Foundation . Very cool stuff...
  • Blog Post: [Canadiana; Events; Videocast] Vancouver TechFest 2007 - Dana Epp and Charlie Russel

    Video: Vancouver TechFest 2007 - Dana Epp and Charlie Russel I love the folks in the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) program. They are passionate people who love what they do and love to help the community at-large. Dana Epp and Charlie Russel represent why the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional...
  • Blog Post: [Canadiana; Events; Videocast] Vancouver TechFest 2007 - Jeff Pennal and Lawrence Chan

    Video: Vancouver TechFest 2007 - Jeff Pennal and Lawrence Chan Shorly after my presentation on the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) , I bumped into Jeff Pennal and Lawrence Chan of OpenRoad Communications . (They run the local Java user group here in Vancouver; VanJUG .) These guys had just delivered...
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