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Charles Sterling

May, 2005

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Charles Sterling aka "Chuck" has over 15 years of Developer tools experience at Microsoft. He came to Microsoft from being a marine biologist working for the United States National Marine Fisheries doing marine mammal research on the Bering Sea. An MCSE and MCSD, he started out at Microsoft in developer support focusing on FOXPRO, Visual Basic and the platform SDK, then worked as an engineer for the database teams on ActiveX Data Objects (ADO), Open Database Connectivity (ODBC), and specializing in Microsoft SQL Server. From there Charles took a position with the Solutions Integration Escalation Team, which focused on assisting Microsoft customers with the integration of disparate software technologies into viable enterprise solutions, on this team Charles focused on Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ) doing numerous talks at conferences, writing papers and teaching classes on the topic. Charles’ role in Redmond before moving to Australia for the last seven years was the product manager for the .NET Framework. Chuck is currently back in Redmond working as Program Manager in the Visual Studio Team System Team.
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    Teched Sessions Take two

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    After going through 500+ sessions, 100+ emails, 20+ conference calls, 8+ hours of meetings Michael Kleefe and I have the next round of the Teched sessions for your comments and information Thanks, Chuck Security Architecture...
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    Messaging and Collaboration track

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    Messaging and Collaboration Get best practices for managing and monitoring your messaging environment. Find out how you can verify the overall health of your Exchange Server messaging environment by using the Exchange Server Best Practices Analyzer...
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    Desktop, Smart Clients and Mobile track

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    Desktop, Smart Clients and Mobile Learn the latest techniques for designing, developing, and deploying the next generation of smart client applications. Get in-depth information on building rich, responsive, and compelling smart client solutions using...
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    Windows Server and Management track

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    Windows Server and Management Although the acquisition cost of hardware and software continues to decline, increasingly distributed environments have driven up the cost of IT operations. Microsoft is striving to dramatically reduce these costs by driving...
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    Security Track

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    We are getting closer! Combining your input, speaker availability and their skills the list below is the result... Thanks, Chuck Security Track Protect your business with information from the experts on architecting and managing an effective...
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    Business Intelligence and Applications Track

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    We are getting closer! Combining your input, speaker availability and their skills the list below is the result... Thanks, Chuck Business Intelligence and Applications (abstracts below) Business Intelligence and Applications Track Learn...
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    Developer Tools Track

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    We are getting closer! Combining your input, speaker availability and their skills the list below is the result... Thanks, Chuck Developer Tools Track Take your software development skills to the next level with deep technical training that...
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    Database Administration and Development Track

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    We are getting closer! Combining your input, speaker availability and their skills the list below is the result... Thanks, Chuck Database Administration & Development Track This track will have content for both the developer and administrator...
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    Architecture Track

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    We are getting closer! Combining your input, speaker availability and their skills the list below is the result... thanks, Chuck Architecture Track: Take an architectural approach to enterprise-class software intensive systems using Microsoft...
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