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  • 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: 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: 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: Live Webcast: Brad Abrams on SL3 and .NET RIA Services – July 30, 2009

    The Linked .NET Users Group will have Microsoft Product Unit Manager Brad Abrams giving a live webcast on “ Silverlight ready for business and . NET RIA Services on July 30th at 8:00 PM PT (which means this webcast is going to be pretty late or early depending where you are in the world.) Brad’s description...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC Screencasts

    MVP David Hayden has made available a number of screencasts for ASP.NET MVC that he’s built from a number of presentations held at the Tampa ASP.NET MVC Developer Group . His post on ASP.NET MVC Ajax Helpers Screencast also provides a list of ASP.NET MVC Tutorials (very handy) and ASP.NET MVC Screencasts...
  • Blog Post: Live Webcast: Tim Heuer on RIA and Silverlight 3.0 – July 9, 2009

    The Linked .NET Users Group will have Tim Heuer giving a live webcast on “RIAs and Silverlight 3.0” on July 9th at 10:30 AM PT. Tim is a program manager for Microsoft Silverlight and he’ll be talking about Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) and how Silverlight 3.0 will play part in the development. Registration...
  • Blog Post: Live Webcast: Scott Guthrie, May 27th, 2009

    The Linked .NET Users Group will have Scott Guthrie giving a live webcast entitled “The Gu talks shop with developers" on May 27th at 11:30 AM PT. Registration Link: http://events.linkedin.com/LIDNUG-ScottGu-talks-shop-developers/pub/60571 Location: LiveMeeting address: https://www.livemeeting.com...
  • Blog Post: Brian Harry’s presentation to the Linked .NET Users Group

    In case you missed Brian Harry’s presentation at the Linked .NET Users Group on VSTS 2010, you can download the replay from their web site at http://www.lidnug.org/Presentations.aspx . According the LiveMeeting console, it showed that were 357 attendees watching the webcast, but I’m sure that number...
  • Blog Post: Webcast: Brian Harry - Visual Studio Team System 2010, April 30th 2009

    The Linked .NET Users Group ( http://www.lidnug.org ) which has over 20,000 uses on LinkedIn and targeted for professionals using or interested in Microsoft .NET technologies and the C# language in particular, will be holding a virtual user group meeting on April 30 with Brian Harry focused on VSTS 2010...
  • Blog Post: Free ALM Catalyst Workshops – Maximize your VSTS Investment

    During the month of April, May, and June, Microsoft will be running a series of workshops via LiveMeeting on Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) with Visual Studio Team System (VSTS). There is continual pressure for IT departments to accomplish more for the business with fewer resources. Make sure...
  • Blog Post: Webcasts: Visual Studio Technology Overviews – Update

    Due to some technical issues we had with recording the first webcast, Overview of Visual Studio Team System, we’ll be repeating it on April 21 at 10 AM PST . Excelsior! Technorati Tags: Webcasts , VSTS
  • Blog Post: Webcasts: Visual Studio Technology Overviews

    Over the next few months, my colleagues and I will be doing a number of webcasts covering different aspects of Visual Studio Team System. The schedule and topics are listed below. Hope you can make it. Date and Time Title and Link Description ( on-demand recording...
  • Blog Post: MS Partner offers free webcasts on Project Server and Project Portfolio Server

    Projects and portfolio management are one of the key pillars to Application Lifecycle Management. When you think of project management, typically people think of project plans, capacity planning, and maybe demand & release management. But all these are moving pieces to a large picture, the portfolio...
  • Blog Post: Webcast Replay: TFS and EPM Integration

    My colleague, David Scruggs , recently did a MSDN Webcast on Integrating TFS and EPM . For those of you who are not with what EPM means from a Microsoft point of view, it stands for Enterprise Project Management and the related products associated with it are Project Professional, Project Server, and...
  • Blog Post: .NDU - Visual C++ Webcast Replay

    June was Visual C++ month for the .NDU. First, we had Ayman Shoukry, a lead program manager on the Visual C++ team, and he went over enhancements made since VC++ 6.0 and what's new in Visual C++ 2008. The webcast is available via a Windows Live Skydrive link here . You'll need to unzip it and play it...
  • Blog Post: Bill Gates Last Day Video

    Today marks the last day Mr. Gates will be a blue badge employee at Microsoft. I wonder if that means he'll come back as a consultant, which means that his rate will probably be double or triple what we paid him as an employee. I occasionally get asked if I've been able to meet him while I've been a...
  • Blog Post: .NDU - Microsoft's Investment in C++ - June 20, 2008

    Continuing on the theme of C++, this Friday, June 20, 2008 (11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time), the next installment of the .NET Developer Update (.NDU) will be: Microsoft's investments in C++ Visual C++ provides a powerful and flexible development environment for creating Microsoft Windows-based and...
  • Blog Post: .NDU - Visual Studio for C++ Developers - June 13, 2008

    On Friday, June 13, 2008 (11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time), the next installment of the .NDU will be: Visual Studio of C++ Developers Visual C++ provides a powerful and flexible development environment for creating Microsoft Windows-based and Microsoft .NET-based applications. In this session, Ale Contenti...
  • Blog Post: Get the Scoop on VSTS 2008 Database Edition GDR on Channel 9

    Speaking of Visual Studio Team System 2008 Database Edition (aka DBPro), Gert Drapers was interviewed for Channel 9 and talked about the new General Distribution Release (GDR) for DBPro that was announced this week at TechEd 2008. You can read more about the features in Gert's blog . Highlights : SQL...
  • Blog Post: .Net Developers Update - DBPro Webcast Replay

    On May 23, I did a webcast for the .NDU on Visual Studio Team System 2008 Database Edition. All .NDU webcasts are recorded, so in case you weren't able to attend them live or want to see any part that you missed, here's a link to my session . I always try to provide a slide with links for more information...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 Team Suite - Database Edition presentation

    My teammate, Rob Cameron, runs a regular webcast series called .NET Developer Update (.NDU) that covers technologies that .NET developers are interested in. This month's topics covered database develop. My colleague, Mike Wilmot , covered What's New in SQL Server 2008. Click here to view the recording...
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