I am taking some time off with my family. Two weeks out of the office.
I'll be taking photos with my XDA and posting them here.
If you're interested in what we are doing, you can read about the trip on my other blog
I'll be back October 11.
We're opening up the ISV Buddy program for ISVs in Australia & New Zealand.
If you are in ISV, head over the ISV Community center and register your interest. You may get a developer from the Visual Studio team as your buddy, or you could even get me or one of the local folks who work at Microsoft.
If you are developing a software product or solution on a Microsoft platform you are eligible to participate.
Here's the xray to prove the story
I have been getting lots of requests for an update regarding Brice and the Fantastic Voyage of the whistle he swallowed.
Well, I have good news. He went in for another xray on Monday and there was no sign of the whistle. Someone it got out. Nature took it's course. I never found. My wife never found it. Yet, it's not in him anymore. I am happy to close off this little adventure.
The xrays will be posted later this week. I am having challenges scanning them, so I need to come up with a different way to get a digital image of them.
There's been a bit of talk in the blogosphere about Sauce Reader.
It's a neat application, uses the .NET Framework, has a blog, and best of all, developed in Australia, by an Australian company - Synop.
It's still in beta, but I have started using this on my home pc, and it is really rock solid.
Mitch Denny is calling out for participants in a .NET Geek weekend.
Mitch has setup a Wiki for interested parties. Now, if we could combine this with Splatt's Geek Dinner, we will be rocking!!!!