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  • MSDN Student Flash

    INETA Newsletter

    If you're a student, I highly recommend finding out about the local .NET user group near your school or hometown. Chances are they are a member of INETA , which is a fantastic group of volunteers from around the world dedicated to helping .NET user...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Imagine Cup US SDI winners up on Tablet PC Dev Center

    Team ECESIS from Virginia Commonwealth, who won the US Software Design Invitational in Imagine Cup, are highlighted up on the MSDN Tablet PC Developer Center! They are also starting up a blog about their experiences on the run up to Japan. They...
  • PeteL's Blog

    Tech Ed: Day 1 & 2

    Wow, TechEd has been pretty great so far. I'm sitting here today in the Web Cabana waiting for a few things to pick up. Most people are at lunch right now, so things are pretty quiet. It's been great to see all the excitement about VWD! Lots of people...
  • Jason Barile - Testing Testing

    BattleBot built on PocketPC with .NET CF 2.0 featured in Tech Ed keynote

    I've long thought Windows CE and .NET were great platforms for mobile robotics, and these folks have proven the theory. Appropriately named "The Finalizer", this bot is so adept at disposing his opponents, it's almost like it's using them just for fun...
  • Ian's Software for Mere Mortals

    “Completed with discarded messages” again

    Yesterday some customers told me that they were suffering from “Completed with discarded messages” in an orchestration using the sequential convoy. They asked me how to solve. I heard from other customer about the same issue last year. I think it is the...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    If you think Microsoft uses silly product names, you're in good company

    I've ranted before about Microsoft product names, so it's nice to see that I'm in good company : CNET Interviewer : “You made a comment this morning poking fun at a Microsoft product name. Do you think Microsoft is good at marketing?” Steve Ballmer...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    How to use GetTickCount

    Posted by: Sue Loh No, no, no, before you even say it, I'm not writing this in response to any of Jack Crenshaw's columns . Actually this time it's more to augment them. You see his columns do make one very true point (more than one, but only one I...
  • David L's Blog

    Help get the Finalizer to Tech.Ed '05 Oz!!

    This is the Finalizer: And I've been told by the power's that be ( Frank Arrigo should anyone require details) that if I can get: 100 Comments in support of the Finalizer @ Tech.Ed '05 Oz on this post, then the Finalizer will be there! ...
  • adamga's WebLog

    Spring tour behind the scenes, part one

    So, we just completed the Calgary delivery of the MSDN spring tour. From all accounts, it was a great success. It was our second delivery of the content, and I think it went well. We’ve had a lot of fun putting the content together (a lot of work...
  • David L's Blog

    Register for Tech.Ed '05...or the Finalizer will sort you out!

    For those who are thinking of/wanting to/have already register[ing][ed] for Tech.Ed '05, then here is the link to do so. Now, the site has some great reasons listed as to why you should attend, but I've decided to list some of my own: Reason #1: I...
  • Betsy Aoki's WebLog

    Mad dash boothward

    TechEd Day 3 was the result of mishap and endurance training: 4 hours of sleep, lost wallet, found wallet, sore feet, the final smart decision to BRING party clothes TO the booth so I am not caught dancing in my Microsoft logowear (I will say I was one...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    My thoughts on the CNET article

    Hey everyone – Gretchen here. Still alive and kicking, and still employed by Microsoft. :) Yesterday, one of my rather controversial blog entries was referenced in a CNET article . Needless to say, there's been a lot of worrying and crying in my hotel...
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