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  • Blog Post: .NET AppFest Revolution Begins

    Coming to Ontario cities in September, October, November, these 2-day interactive AppFests are where you’ll learn from top experts how to design, develop, deploy and support your apps on Windows 8, Windows Phone, and Windows Azure. Now that everyone is done with vacations, the kids are back at daycare...
  • Blog Post: JUST CONFIRMED - AzureFest Kitchener

    It’s been in the making for some time now, but it’s finally confirmed! With the help of our friends at Canada’s Technology Triangle .NET User Group , AzureFest is coming to Kitchener on Tuesday, May 31. Register today as space is limited! Remember, Azure Fest is a hands-on event...
  • 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: Microsoft DreamSpark in Canada - No Cost Software for Students!

    We have just announced a new program called Microsoft DreamSpark which provides professional development and design tools to students in Canada (and around the World) at no charge. The official launch date for Canada is February 21st. Our team is really committed to help support and advance their learning...
  • Blog Post: Game Camp Waterloo - Neville Samuell

    Here is a video direct from the Game Camp at the University of Waterloo that took place on January 19th, 2007. Neville Samuell demonstrates his XNA game "Super Paddle Ball 2" - he wrote the game in 6 hours (after attending the original Game Camp in Toronto). Video: Game Camp Waterloo 2007 - Neville Samuell
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