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  • Blog Post: //BUILD 2014 has been announced!

    That’s right…2014 BUILD conference has been announced. You can read the full details in Steve Guggenheimer’s post . Here’s the nutshell details: When: April 2-4, 2014 Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA Why: Because you want to build awesome applications that run on awesome platforms that reach...
  • Blog Post: Two Microsoft Conferences in June

    June is going to be a busy time of people who follow Microsoft technology. We have two conferences that will occur: TechEd and //BUILD. IMO, TechEd is the Microsoft conference you attend if you want learn all about what’s current at Microsoft, best practices on solution building, and glimpses into products...
  • Blog Post: //BUILD 2013 Announced

    In case you were wondering when the next //BUILD conference would be, wait no longer! The //BUILD conference’s website was updated today letting the world know what the conference will be held in San Francisco, CA at the Moscone Center on June 23-28. Registration will open at 9:00 AM PDT on April 2,...
  • Blog Post: InCycle Software Online Events in January

    DevOps (Development-Operations) is getting a lot of buzz as of late yet the need to get this under control has been around for years. With that said, here are some upcoming webcasts from InCycle Software on how Visual Studio 2012 supports DevOps. Simply click on the date to register for the webcast....
  • Blog Post: Northwest Cadence Webcasts and Training Events

      Northwest Cadence is excited to provide you with FREE webcast events around Visual Studio 2012!  There are also a variety of training offerings available. Be sure to register to reserve your (virtual) seat! Refactoring Without Fear: Architecture in Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate Nov. 28 Agile...
  • Blog Post: Content from “The New Era of Work” Los Angeles Launch Event

    THANK YOU for every who attended the “ The New Era of Work” Launch Event in Los Angeles and a special THANK YOU for those who attended my sessions. I appreciate your attention, feedback, and interaction! For those of you who are interested in the slides, I’ve posted my content here: http://sdrv.ms/PHLYl0...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Webcasts from InCycle Software

    Here are some upcoming webcasts from our ALM partner InCycle Software ! Managing an agile backlog with TFS 2012 – a Product Owner’s perspective Visual Studio 2012 has not only improved the life of developers but product owners as well! As a PO, managing your product backlog and your interactions with...
  • Blog Post: .NET Rocks is Coming Back the West Region

    Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell from the Internet Talk Show .NET Rocks have been on the road since September 19 doing their .NET Rocks! Visual Studio Launch Road Trip and they will be coming through the West Region towards the end of November. At each stop, they do a live .NET Rocks! show and a presentation...
  • Blog Post: Content from the Southwest District VS 2012 Roadshows

    THANK YOU for everyone who attended the Visual Studio 2012 Roadshow at our office. We really appreciate your attendance, feedback, and interaction! My colleague, Steve Lange, and I gathered the content from the Denver, Lehi, and Tempe events and have posted them here: http://aka.ms/VS2012Roadshow Update...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming ALM Webcasts from Neudesic

    One of our ALM partners, Neudesic , has announced a series of free webcasts in support of the recent Visual Studio 2012 launch . October 30 th – Scrum and Agile Management with Visual Studio 2012 Presented by Clementino de Mendonca Find out how Visual Studio has become the tool of choice to manage your...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 Launch Roadshow!

    Be our guest and attend in person to experience all of the incredible new features of Visual Studio 2012 first hand. Experience powerful possibilities. Discover how Visual Studio 2012 allows you to collaborate better and be more agile. See how it helps you turn big ideas into more compelling apps. Experience...
  • Blog Post: Content from the VS11 ALM Roadshows (Irvine/San Diego)

    Thank you all who attend the VS11 ALM Roadshows! They were a blast and very interactive. Many of you asked for the the content so as promised, I posted the slide decks I used on a SkyDrive here . Here are the direct links to the individual sessions: Continuous Delivery Closing the Loop on Agile and Quality...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8 Developer Camps are Coming Soon! March - June

    You’ve just downloaded and installed the Windows 8 Consumer Preview and Visual Studio 11 , you’ve watched the Channel 9 videos , and read all the articles, but you still want more! Then get ready for the upcoming series of Windows 8 Developer Camps ! These are free, full-day , developer focused events...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone Camp Events are Coming this Fall!

    The first major release to Windows Phone 7, code-named “Mango, ” is almost here. This update gives developers the power to write a whole new class of applications on the Windows Phone platform. What’s a Windows Phone Camp? It’s a free, full day event chocked full of everything you need to know to develop...
  • Blog Post: The Full Testing Experience: Professional Quality Assurance with Visual Studio 2010

    Microsoft and Northwest Cadence are proud to offer this four hour live event – during which we will demonstrate the testing and quality assurance lifecycle using Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server. Join us as we dive into the testing tools and testing process you can use to dramatically improve...
  • Blog Post: Register now for the Visual Studio 2010 Launch Events

    Couldn’t make the VS 2010 Launch Event on April 12, no worries. Join us for a free, in-person event you won’t want to miss Join a select group of developers for an event near you and get hands-on experience with Microsoft Visual Studio ® 2010. Learn about the rich application platforms that Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Free Azure/VS 2010 Event in Denver and NYC

    Cloud computing is one of the hottest topics in information technology today.  Spend some time with Microsoft to see how your business can benefit from the cloud.  Learn Microsoft’s vision of cloud-computing and experience the Windows Azure cloud platform in-person.  The agenda for the...
  • Blog Post: Free Win7 Developer Boot Camp @ PDC09 in LA

    Whether or not you’re attending to the Microsoft PDC09 in Los Angeles on Nov 17-19, 2009, Microsoft is offering a free (that’s right no cost at all ) Pre-Conference Windows 7 Developer Boot Camp workshop on Nov 16th. This boot camp will feature some of the top Win7 engineers like Mark Russinovich , Landy...
  • Blog Post: PDC 2009 Registration Now Open

    Registration for the PDC 2009 (Professional Developers Conference) is now open. This year, it will be held on November 17-19 in Los Angeles, CA. If you register by September 15, 2009, you’ll get $500 off the registration fee. To see what sessions are available, check out the session list . if you’re...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Enterprise Developer and Industry Solutions Conference 2009 (May 5 and 6: NYC)

    Please join us for the 7th annual Microsoft Enterprise Developer and Industry Solutions Conference 2009 where you will learn about solutions in Microsoft technologies relevant to the Financial Services and Health & Life Sciences industries, as well  as hear about the latest advancements in major...
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