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  • Blog Post: eXtreme Programming Techniques for .NET Developers

    Dr Neil will be back in Australia soon (for those you who are curious check out where Dr Neil is ), to deliver his popular eXtreme Programming Techniques for .NET Developers, in conjunction with the good folks from dotNET Solutions . MSDN Connection and dotNET solutions are bringing Dr. Neil Roodyn...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Flash Bumper Editon : It's all about Tech.Ed

    The next edition of the MSDN Flash is due real soon now. It's a bumber edition, revealing lots of info about Tech.Ed 2005 , including the special rates for MSDN Connection member or MSDN Subscriptions ($600 off!!) , but I wanted to hilight some of the social activities. Welcome Party: Powered by...
  • Blog Post: The littlest developer

    I got a terrific note this morning from proud dad Chris ! He signed up his new baby son as an MSDN Connection member and sent through a link to a photo of baby Cameron with his membership card - fantastic! The big question - what language does he prefer VB or C# ? Sender: Chris O'Connor...
  • Blog Post: Latest MSDN Flash Sneak Peak

    The new MSDN Flash is about to be delivered, so here is the sneak peak from the pirate archive .
  • Blog Post: MSDN Connection members benefits at the Microsoft Security Summit 2005

    If you are a MSDN Connection member please bring your membership card when you attend the Microsoft Security Summit 2005 so that you can get member benefits at the event, such access into the member's lounge and dedicated registration for members. Imagine sitting in the lounge, chatting about the Common...
  • Blog Post: Congrats to the MSDN Connection Project of the Month winner

    Hey, this is cool. Darren Neimke has won the Project of the Month from the MSDN Connection Online Experience Community for his Project Distributor. Every month the MSDN Connection Online Experience Community picks one outstanding project to highlight software and personality that drives the Community...
  • Blog Post: Site Setup on http://frankarr.aspxconnection.com/

    I followed the directions and now have the shell of an ASP.NET site ready to do some dev. What shall I do?? Suggestions welcome
  • Blog Post: "Free ASP.NET Web Hosting" for all MSDN Connection Members is now ready for access

    I told you we would be announcing this soon Dear MSDN Connection Member, We are very excited to announce that the "Free ASP.NET Web Hosting" for all MSDN Connection Members is now ready for access. What you need to do: To access your hosting, please: Browse to http://www.microsoft.com/australia/msdn...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Hosting Offer for MSDN Connection members

    Launching later this week - an email will be sent to all members!!! it will be terrific.
  • Blog Post: MSDN Connection Members Lounge at TechEd Australia

    All you MSDN Connection members who are heading over to TechEd , have we got a surprise for you -- your own little oasis to chill out and hang out with other MSDN Connection members as well as speakers and Microsoft staff. You can even bug us about the free hosting offer that hasn't been launched yet...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Connection Welcome Packs being distributed

    Woohoo! The cards have been printed, the boxes packed and we have finally sent all the MSDN Connection Welcome Kits . I'm pretty sure the system works because I received mine today!
  • Blog Post: MSDN Connection Member Update

    The following email went out to MSDN Connection members today: Dear MSDN Connection Member, The excitement and support that developers across Australia have shown for the MSDN Connection program has been phenomenal - thank you for being apart of it! As a result of the volume of members to...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Connection Welcome Pack Update

    The amount of support for MSDN Connection has been phenomenal. The buzz is definitely out there! This has also meant that there have been some delays in sending welcome packs out. The plan at the moment is that everyone should have a welcome pack within the next 2 weeks. So what can you expect to see...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Connection - Free Hosting Offer

    I've been asked by a few folks when does the free ASP.NET hosting offer kick in for the foundation MSDN Connection members . Well, the current plan of record is that we will launch the site in May 2004. Right now we are doing some final system testing.
  • Blog Post: MSDN Connection - Points for Participation

    Damien Darren has written about MSDN Connection , and specifically on the concept of points . It has turned into a pretty interesting discussion within the comments of his post . This is an area of MSDN Connection that I hope will be well received, points for participation. So, as you attend Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Connection - Approvals are flowing..

    The approval floodgates have opened and we are working through all the registrations for MSDN Connection . All Australian capital cities have been visited and the program has been well received so far. The next step is for us to get the welcome pack out to all the members. Welcome to all the foundation...
  • Blog Post: When do people get approved for MSDN Connection

    There's been some discussion on the approval process for MSDN Connection . It's so good to see people are keen to get connected. There are two approval methods at the moment for MSDN Connection : People that registered directly online. These will go through approval this week, a welcome pack...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Connection Buzz continues

    One week since announcing MSDN Connection , and 3 cities visited (Brisbane, Sydney & Canberra) the buzz continues . Chris Burrows , Scott McCulloch , Tejas Patel and Darren Neimke all put forward their thoughts on the program. Darren in particular writes a fantastic piece on enjoying a good reputation...
  • Blog Post: The Buzz about MSDN Connection

    A few of the local Aussie bloggers have been venturing forth with their opinions on MSDN Connection such as Mitch Denny , Chris Garty , Darren Neimke and William Bartholomew . Thanks for your comments guys! Keep'em coming! We have also had a few folks from around the world wondering about this program...
  • Blog Post: Calling all Developers! It's time to score some recognition!

    Designed by Developers, for Developers, MSDN Connection is Microsoft's new peer-based recognition program - created in conjunction with Australian International .NET Association ( INETA ) user groups. MSDN Connection is about bringing developers together, from all walks of life - both professional...
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