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  • Blog Post: Office 2010 Beta Available via MSDN

    If you are an MSDN subscriber, Office 2010 beta is available for download. If you’re interested in exploring the developer investments in Office 2010, visit the Developer Centre . SharePoint 2010 is also available via MSDN Subscriber Downloads . There’s plenty of Office + SharePoint 2010 content on Channel9...
  • Blog Post: Happy New Year and New Job

    Where has 2009 gone so far?  I can still remember Christmas lunch looking at the Easter Eggs on the supermarket shelves. Bad news for the waist line as I still haven’t lost the extra weight from having the baby… unlike my wife. Just before Christmas, I accepted a new job in the Partner Technology...
  • Blog Post: Positive changes to the Open XML standard

    Brian Jones blogged recently about the latest round of proposed changes to the Open XML standard. If you read the status report released by TC45 you'll see that there have been some pretty significant changes proposed so far, and you'll see more are on the way. Here's a link to the TC45 report: http...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint the Facebook for Business?

    I was looking up the link of Lawrence Liu's blog for a partner I met yesterday and noticed this entry about will Microsoft become the Facebook for the Enterprise? It's this article that has been making its rounds internally at Microsoft so Lawrence blogged it. Lawrence being one of the Microsoft SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Office Business Applications Marketplace

    One of our technology pushes with ISVs is to develop Office Business Applications (OBA). What started with SAP / Duet is now resonating broadly across our ISV community. The site www.OBACentral.com is a great place for additional information and receives plenty of visits every month with 187 OBA solutions...
  • Blog Post: More Partner Training for BPIO-U

    If you are considering developing solutions around SharePoint, Office, Unified Communications or Business Intelligence think about attending this training... if you are wondering what BPIO-U is, it stands for " Business Productivity Infrastructure Optimization University". BPIO University 2 Day Workshop...
  • Blog Post: MOSS Portal for Aussie Information Worker Partners

    Saw this on Siatro's blog (who is Siatro below) about how you demo a live Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) environment whilst you are on a customer site. Have you ever wished you could demo a live MOSS environment without having to wheel around large VM's? Have you ever considered leaving a...
  • Blog Post: Resources for the Office Developer

    Thanks to Darren Strange for circulating this list: BDC High-Level Click-through demo on BDC and Excel Services Lower-Level Using the Business Data Catalog and Smart Tags with the 2007 Microsoft Office System Office Interactive Developer Map Latest MOSS SDK download has an Application Editor which allows...
  • Blog Post: BPIO University

    If you are in a pre-sales or sales role and are talking to technical or business decision-makers , BPIO U will arm you with information and tools you need to drive your revenue. If you are a technical expert and support Microsoft Office Systems solutions, BPIO U will give you the technical expertise...
  • Blog Post: 2008 Office Developer Conference

    Dates and location for the 2008 Office Developer Conference have now been announced with Bill Gates delivering a special keynote presentation in sunny San Jose (opposed to sunny Seattle). When: February 10-13, 2008 Where: San Jose Convention Center , San Jose, CA Who: 2000 developers and architects who...
  • Blog Post: October Training Update

    Want to ready yourself? Want to increase your profitability? Visit the Training & Readiness Centre which aims at providing our partners with valuable sales and technical learning resources for Technical, Sales & Marketing people to: Improve your knowledge of Microsoft’s industry-leading solutions...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Conference 2008 Registration Now Open

    The Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2008 is now open! Last years event was a huge success and was sold out very quickly. So if you would like to attend, click here to register today! The event will showcase Microsoft’s market-leading SharePoint Products and Technologies, solution expertise and customer...
  • Blog Post: I Hate My Website

    Reading the Office Live blog , I saw this eBook (sponsored by Office Live ), “ I Hate my Website: 10 Easy Ways to Improve Your Website, Plus 9 Things Never to do” was released last week. If you are new to the web or want some practical advice on what you should do to improve hits to your site, take a...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Goes Web 2.0

    I'm been looking at this community kit for SharePoint for a while now and as Eileen says: more and more people are coming round to the idea of SharePoint Wikis and blogs, so the release of our web 2.0 "addon " (great marketing term eh?) is a really great idea for anyone who needs to interact with their...
  • Blog Post: MOSS 2007 Developer Courses in Australia

    From Siatro : A 4-day developer centric course has just been finalised for Melbourne, Brisbane & Perth based on the very successful Sydney one held this July (another is being panned for Sydney so I will blog it as soon as I hear about it). Please contact your partner account manager and ask them...
  • Blog Post: Nick Mayhew

    Nick has clearly been really busy blogging recently and posted some useful stuff: ISVs - how to make business proposals to Microsoft Australian Partner Conference selling out fast The Map To Success for Partners Sharepoint Sales Break US$800m Learn all about our Open Source strategy Definitely a good...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Developer Training

    If you are looking for some deep developer training on MOSS (Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007), then take a look at Siatro's post: http://blogs.msdn.com/ausptsiw/archive/2007/06/19/moss-deep-dive-training-for-partners.aspx What's it called? Hands-on Solution Development with the 2007 Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office Interactive Developer Map

    The Microsoft Office Interactive Developer Map is a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application that helps developers visualize the different programs, servers, services, and tools that will help them build solutions. It allows them to drill down to each product and technology and learn about new...
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