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  • Blog Post: Birds of a Feather at Tech·Ed 2010…Submit Your Idea!

    Do you have a great idea for a Birds of a Feather session for Tech·Ed this year? The call is open, and you can submit your ideas here . The earlier you get your ideas in, the more time you’ll have to take over the world…I mean, get great discussion going on why YOUR BoF is the one that should make the...
  • Blog Post: Got BoF?

    Via INETA , a reminder that the call for Birds of a Feather sessions for Microsoft Tech-Ed 2009 is open…got an idea for a BoF? Get it in! For many years INETA has been organizing the popular Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) sessions at TechEd and other conferences. These are informal, open discussions on any...
  • Blog Post: Doug's Big .NET U Adventure

    I'm jealous...Doug's off gallivanting around Malaysia , and I'm stuck here in the States. OK, it's not so bad, and Doug certainly deserves the reward for his hard work on .NET U , but it's hard not to be a little envious, even if it is a working trip: This week, Mark Dunn , Todd Fine , and I found ourselves...
  • Blog Post: Inkjet Photos - How long will they last?

    The following story in the NYT should be pretty sobering for anyone relying on inkjet photo printers to protect their precious memories: It Isn’t That Images Fade, It’s That They Can Vanish - New York Times I've been considering picking up a dye-sublimation printer for printing snapshots, since dye-subs...
  • Blog Post: Didn't get to Tech-Ed?

    You can get the best of Tech-Ed 2007 from Virtual Tech-Ed . Webcasts, hands-on labs, slides, and more. Check it out .
  • Blog Post: The end of the plug?

    So if this really works, I wonder how long before we can get these at Tech-Ed, so we can all use our laptops and phones to our hearts content, without trying to snag a seat near a power outlet: Scientists have sounded the death knell for the plug and power lead. In a breakthrough that sounds like something...
  • Blog Post: Tech-Ed 2007 - Day 1 Highlights

    Sitting in the keynote right now. Started with an amusing "Back to the Future" spoof making fun of some past Microsoft "visions for the future," featuring Christopher Lloyd as Doc, and culminating with Lloyd driving Bob Muglia onstage in the kitted out BtF DeLorean. Cool stuff from Mid-Atlantic... Frank...
  • Blog Post: Someone didn't get the memo

    Who says Microsoft can't interop? UPDATE: Sorry about the broken image...love BlogMailr, but that's the last time I try to post an image with it from my mobile. :-)
  • Blog Post: I survived Party with Palermo

    So I finally made it to my first Party with Palermo before Tech-Ed in Orlando. Lots of great folks there. I got to hang out with my colleagues Joe ' devFish ' Healy, Chris Bowen , Dani Diaz, Russ Fustino, Josh Holmes , and Jeff Barnes. Also great community folks, like Susan Lennon from Hampton Roads...
  • Blog Post: Party with Palermo: Tech Ed 2007 edition - I'll be there!

    See you there! Party with Palermo: Tech Ed 2007 edition (June 3rd @ 7PM) - official announcement updated Party with Palermo: Tech Ed 2007 edition (300 attendees estimated) website: http://partywith.palermo.cc June 3rd, 2007 @ 7PM - 11PM Glo Lounge: http://www.gloloungeorlando.com/ 8967 International...
  • Blog Post: RCC 3 Liveblogging

    So I'm blogging from my Smartphone (thanks, blogmailr!) at Richmond Code Camp. I'm hanging out with Robin Edwards (of Roanoke .net UG) and Tablet guru Frank LaVigne, discussing user group and code camp stuff. Frank will be at MEDC next week, and then Tech-Ed, speaking about Tablet development. ...
  • Blog Post: See you at Tech-Ed!

    I'll be at Tech-Ed 2007 in Orlando this June. For those of you who can't make it, I'll be sure to post lots of good info via my blog. For those who are going, please let me know via the Contact page on my blog, especially if you're from Virginia, Maryland, DC, or West Virginia.
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