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  • Blog Post: Your Digital Lifestyle

    In our quest for hearts and minds, Microsoft has traditionally been VERY successful at minds (making the intellectual value proposition), but not so successful with the hearts part (emotion - making you feel for our products).  However, I just saw the digital lifestyle presentation (on youtube ...
  • Blog Post: Edvangelist on tour!

    My buddy edwin is hitting the road on the Digital Dorm Room tour!  He's taking an RV - packing it full of the latest and greatest Microsoft technologies and driving around the North East.  Want to know where the Edvangelist on wheels will strike next?  Check it out with the slickness of...
  • Blog Post: Gmail + AIM = One less IM client!

    Now you can use Gmail to connect to AIM - wooohooo - no more stupid ads :) Recently, I found out that pidgeon and Trillian are blocked by MS corpnet - so i was MIA for a while on AIM. Now I'm back - with only two clients! (MSN allows you to connect to Yahoo). Question is, when will the two paths (MS...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Refract - RefractIt.com (coming soon)

    In my short time as an Academic Developer Evangelist for Microsoft I've come to understand that scale is the #1 thing I need to get right. There are waaaaay more students than mes! Goal : Make the best content possible to help as many students as possible. With that in mind, and some other guys from...
  • Blog Post: 3 MS Tech Toys to know

    While, none of these are new to the scene, there are technologies which everyone I've talked to loves - so I figured I'd post em' all in the same place :) Microsoft Robotics Studio (Level = know what a robot is): Write some code to run a robot - except you don't really need to write code. Robotics...
  • Blog Post: How Ruby Showed Me Why Microsoft Wins Developers

    Recently, I spent a few precious hours of my late night dev time learning Ruby on Rails. The syntax is great and the libraries are well developed for such a young community. The fun ends there... Ruby on Rails is widely touted as the easy language to setup and get started quick – not true. No complete...
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