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  • Blog Post: Australian Imagine Cup 2007 News Central Now Online

    OMG, The Imagine Cup is fast approaching. Berno has been hounding me to get a blog setup for him. So, TADA - here's the Australian Imagine Cup 2007 News Central . Berno isn't ready for me to blog about it, which is a perfect invitation to spread the word! Technorati tags: Imagine Cup , IC2007 , Berno...
  • Blog Post: STIRR Sydney

    Now this is interesting. I spotted this on Yoick and then on Martin Well's blog STIRR is a casual event for people who work in Internet start ups. It's brought to you by the STIRR Network and our sponsors: Tech Venture Partners , Atlassian and Tangler . It's a fun way to meet some new people and laugh...
  • Blog Post: New Year, New MVPS

    One thing that happened while I was on leave, was the announcement of some new MVPs in Australia & New Zealand Adam Cogan - Visual Developer - Team System Ben Hoffman - Windows Server System - Exchange Server Ben Walters - Microsoft Office InfoPath Clarke Scott - Visual Developer ...
  • Blog Post: Welcome Bruce McLeod to Aussie .NET Blogger community

    A new year , a new addition to the Aussie .NET Blogger OPML. I am delighted to welcome Bruce McLeod to our little community. Bruce's tagline is " Attempting to solve your technical dilemmas", and knowing Bruce I reckon he does. [ Currently Playing : The Sun and the Rain - Madness -...
  • Blog Post: Welcome my New Starter - Jeff Alexander

    While I have been offline, a new member of my team started - Jeff Alexander . Jeff has joined the team as an IT Pro Evangelist, joining Michael Kleef . Jeff is a Microsoft veteran - he's been around longer than me! Have a read of his blog to find out more of this interesting fellow! These two guys are...
  • Blog Post: Welcome Aussie Blogger : Alex Campbell

    Another local blogger answers the call and makes himself known. Welcome to Alex Campbell , a .NET developer based in Melbourne who works at David Trewern Design What is really cool, we now have 40 local bloggers listed in the OPML . Don't forget the magical Aussie Blogger list and =2004...
  • Blog Post: Welcome Aussie .NET Blogger : Richard Mason

    In my recent call for Aussie .NET Bloggers , Richard Mason put up his hand and let me know he had a blog . Now what is cool about Richard , is that he is a member of the Imagine Cup winning team from Australia . Duo’s winning idea Richard Mason and Douglas Stockwell, PhD students...
  • Blog Post: A Salute to the Great McCarthy

    In the 70's there was a movie with the title "A Salute to the Great McCarthy ", which was based on a book of the same name. I loved that film -- it was about "Young McCarthy who was a typical country boy with enormous football potential (Aussie Rules). A troupe of rapacious and exploitative big...
  • Blog Post: Do Kids Blog - Part 2

    Further to the discussion last week about kids blogging , my number 2 son, Billy , started his blog on the weekend. It's not much at the moment, reviews of his favourite sites, but it is certainly his voice - spelling errors and all :) And i love his “ Billy arrigo meter “ line. Welcome...
  • Blog Post: Welcome Tatham Oddie - Another Aussie .NET Developer and Blogger

    Aussie developer bloggers are everywhere. I got a note from Tatham Oddie overnight who has two blogs - professional and social . I think he is trying to challenge me for the most number of blogs! No way mate - I will win that battle everytime!!!!! Anyways, Tatham works at SSW , the home of one...
  • Blog Post: New Aussie .NET User Group based in Wollongong

    Scott McCulloch mentions the new Wollongong .NET User Group which has formed in Wollongong. It is really good to see this getting off the ground. I remember swapping email with Scott about this a few months ago. However, my big question is, will Jim be there? I hope so.
  • Blog Post: YAADDB - Damian Maclennan

    I love it when I find more Aussie .NET developer bloggers . Here's another one - Damian Maclennan . Do yourself a favour and check out his blog, and in particular, the Bondi Sunrise . He's been blogging for a while - I've got a bit of reading ahead.
  • Blog Post: G'day Joel Pobar

    Got another note today from an Aussie developer blogger , but this one is a bit special. The note was from Joel Pobar , an Aussie (Queenslander in fact) who is working for Microsoft as a Program Manager on the SSCLI . How cool is that!!!!!! G'day Joel. I look forward to reading about your exploits...
  • Blog Post: Another Aussie Developer blogger - James Roe-Smith

    Got a comment on the post calling for aussie developers who are blogging . Welcome James Roe-Smith to the community. Looking forward to reading what you have to say about things. Here's a summary of the info we have pulled together - latest aus dotnet developer opml , feedster feed , cool summary...
  • Blog Post: Welcome Jason McConnell

    One of the members of my team has started blogging - Jason McConnell . Jason is a super guy who has done some fantastic things in his career - and I hope he shares some of these stories on his blog. I have had the pleasure of being his manager for the past 18 months, and love having him on the team...
  • Blog Post: Another new Aussie .NET Blogger - Matthew Cosier

    Good to see Matthew Cosier blogging so profusely. I met Matt via Orkut this week and we got chatting about stuff - I asked him if he was a blogger, which he wasn't, so I helped him setup up his blog on http://weblogs.asp.net . Next thing I know he's blogging away about products he is developing...
  • Blog Post: Newcastle .NET User Group is forming

    Mitch Denny tells me that the Newcastle .NET User Group is forming. http://www.ndnug.org It is so good to see these regional user groups popping up all over the place and I personally can't wait for a Narooma .NET User Group to launch with their first meeting at the Narooma Golf Club
  • Blog Post: Welcome to new Aussie Blogger - Chris Garty

    A new addition to the Aussie blogger list - Chris Garty . I look forward to hearing what's happening in his world. And yes, I have added him to the aussie .net developer OPML Welcome Chris!
  • Blog Post: Aussie .NET User Groups

    I've updated my links and added a new section, which lists out all the local Australian .NET User Groups. For completeness, I've listed them here too: Adelaide Dot Net Users Group Australian Developers.NETwork Canberra .NET User Group Melbourne .NET User Group Queensland MSDN User Group...
  • Blog Post: aussie .net developer OPML

    I put out the call a while back for Aussie .net developer bloggers to show me their RSS . Well I wasn't disappointed. Many hardy souls responded to the request, so I present to you now the australian .net developer blogger opml . One kind soul showed how we can do some amazing things with this...
  • Blog Post: Aussie Evangelism team increases in size.

    I suspect I put some weight on over the holidays, but that's not what this post is about. I'm in Melbourne this evening, getting ready to introduce the newest member of the team to the wonders of Australia and the .net developer community. So, the Developer Evangelism team here in Australia is...
  • Blog Post: Calling all Australian .net developer bloggers

    I am keen to create a list of Australian .net bloggers and make an OPML file (OPML is "a file format that can be used to exchange subscription lists between programs that read RSS files, such as feed readers and aggregators.") available for anyone who wants to add this list their own rss readers AND...
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