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  • Blog Post: March 2nd and 3rd – free sessions on Visual Studio 2010

    Hi, we have organised a re-run of the “Visual Studio 2010 transition roadshow”. You can register (for free) in one of the 2 sessions left. City Date Room Address agenda Melbourne March 2 nd Exhibition Level 5, 4 Freshwater Place Southbank...
  • Blog Post: Do you have Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 and would like a MSDN Subscription?

    Great news! we have a “MSDN Attach” promotion available to our customers. This takes into consideration your investment and reduces the cost of a new VS2008 Pro with MSDN Premium or VS2008 Pro with MSDN Professional subscription. Having a active MSDN Subscription, will give you Visual Studio 2010 when...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 transition roadshow

    The Visual Studio 2010 roadshow is over and the Microsoft Australia’s Developer team want to thank you for that great moment. We had set up this event to help you understand the new changes in Visual Studio 2010 and the benefits of the transition (called the “ Ultimate offer ”). The new launch date for...
  • Blog Post: “Visual Studio 2010 – the ultimate offer” roadshow - invitation

    The next wave of the latest Microsoft technologies is about to land on our shores, providing new and exciting ways to develop custom applications. Visual Studio 2010 is the upcoming release of Microsoft’s market leading integrated Development Tool Platform - specifically designed to leverage these new...
  • Blog Post: Why building software solution during this (soon over) Global Financial Crisis (GFC) is a key priority?

    Any enterprise, during a downturn or a slowdown, will focus on 2 priorities · Growing the share · Reducing the operational cost Why growing the share? If you can’t increase your revenue with your customers as they are asking you to cost less, then you need to take on your competitor in order...
  • Blog Post: Sketch flow … the missing link?

    How are you capturing the business needs when building a software application? Data diagram, requirements? Can your business contacts (the one requesting a new solution through a software application) understand and read these “pre-technical” documents? Can you capture properly their demands and visions...
  • Blog Post: [AUS Event] Readify's TFS / Agile Workshop in Brisbane - May 21st - 22nd

    Readify's Professional Series Training ... What’s coming up in Brisbane... Readify’s Team Foundation Server/Agile Workshop This 2-day Team Foundation Server (TFS)/Agile Workshop will provide you with a working knowledge of Agile project management (particularly Scrum), and the...
  • Blog Post: Data3 invits you for a "software quality" breakfast

    Click here to register to attend the Data # 3 and Microsoft Visual Studio Team System seminars this month. Do you or your team develop and manipulate software to support your business? Whether you are a team of 5 or a team of 50, your software development efforts are more than likely hampered by the...
  • Blog Post: Teched 2009 - Pre-registration open

    Wanted you all to know that TechEd is now open for pre-registration. By pre-registering your interest at http://www.microsoft.com.au/teched , you will be the first to know when tickets go on sale.
  • Blog Post: [AUS only] Invitation - Microsoft Software Quality Roadshow

    Quality without compromise! Quality means different things to different people, but arguably it is the most important attribute of any software solution. Failure is not an option in these tough economic times; it is paramount to be in control of the application development lifecycle. Come to this...
  • Blog Post: [AUS] Developer tools promotions

    one page, 3 promotions. If you are australian based, please have a look to the following page http://www.microsoft.com/australia/offers/developers/ The main promotion is the Team system step up offer : If you have a Visual Studio Professional with MSDN subscription license and you are willing to...
  • Blog Post: [Promotion is coming] 30% rebate on Team System

    new promos are coming to help you jump on and benefit from Team System or MSDN. If you have Visual Studio with MSDN, you should be eligible to step up (transform) your product into a Team System role (or Team Suite) and getting a 30% rebate :) On top of that, Team Developer and Team Database merged...
  • Blog Post: Wattyl Colour - a consumer Aussie example of silverlight

  • Blog Post: [AUS] 6 Nov - Steve Ballmer present a live Web rally for the aussies developers

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer lays out Microsoft's vision for Softwares + Services There is no link to register for the offline event on the website, however you can mark the “live stream” in your calendar. More information: http://www.microsoft.com/australia/powertodevelopers/default.aspx
  • Blog Post: [Aussie user group] Brisbane Scrum/Agile user group

    Welcome to the new Brisbane Scrum/Agile user group. This user group is focusing on the methodologies (mainly Scrum and Agile but not only) and the factors that can turn your projects into success With the high level of pressures and complexity that we are facing, as an IT industry, we have to...
  • Blog Post: French - Australian collaboration

    Do you know Chris Birmele ? (blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/chrisbirmele/default.aspx ) Chris is our Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Team System expert at Microsoft Australia Chris brings a mix experience of competitive environment (Rational, IBM) and different geographies ( Switzerland , UK...
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