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  • Blog Post: Develop For Windows

    http://www.developforwindows.com/ Some cool sample applications can be found on this site that will most certainly help a lot with getting started. Also tookits are downloadable from this page! Do you want to access, manage and interact with your Facebook account quickly and directly from your desktop...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Platform moving from preview to release mode

    http://blogs.msdn.com/windowsazure/archive/2010/01/04/sign-up-for-a-windows-azure-platform-offer-today-and-get-visibility-into-your-usage.aspx On the offers page ( http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/offers/ ) you get a list of options you have to buy computing power on the Windows Azure platform....
  • Blog Post: Gerd Debruycker blogs about Virtual Conferences and football marketing

    Gerd Debruycker is an event veteran at Microsoft. He has been driving many events succesfully amongst which Tech Ed and many others. Finally Gerd started to blog. http://gerdde.wordpress.com/ He blogs about Virtual Conferences and about football marketing. He playes football with the best at the...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 Ecosystem readiness program

    ISV’s, please check out this site. It will be the home of a readiness program supporting you in getting ready for Windows 7. Windows 7 Ecosystem Readiness Program Get access to Windows 7 builds, application testing labs and toolkits that can help you ensure that your existing applications and devices...
  • Blog Post: VSTS Trial VPC’s

    VSTS was a pretty good product out of the gate. I loved speaking about it years ago already. Today, it is a great product and here is a fantastic way to check whether I’m talking rubbish or whether I’m telling you the truth. You can download the VPC’s here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...
  • Blog Post: Great news for our partners in the French speaking part

    This is really great news for the Walloon software ecosystem! http://lucfields.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!D9C9B0AF1F893063!847.entry The MIC in Mons will be part of a worldwide extensive network of Innovation centers that aim at developing and stimulating the local IT economy and employment,  and...
  • Blog Post: The best place for developers to download Windows 7

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/evalcenter You get the bits and some great content. It’s as simple as that. Hans
  • Blog Post: ISV resources on Windows 7 Beta

    There’s a lot of buzz around Windows 7. A lot of it around many of the enhancements end users will benefit from. There’s a lot in Windows 7 that ISV’s can leverage too to create the next generation of user experiences and I hope you are all digging in to prepare for this very promosing release of Windows...
  • Blog Post: Juval in Belgium speaking on WCF and Azure

    Here’s a great opportunity to find out more about .Net Services. Visual Studio User Group (VISUG) hosts a free event on 15 January with Juval Löwy on WCF with regards to Cloud Computing and Azure ( http://www.visug.be ): The .NET services bus is part of the new Microsoft Cloud Computing Windows Azure...
  • Blog Post: TechDays Belgium - 10, 11 and 12 March

    Now here's an event I will definitely be at. TechDays Belgium (Antwerp 10-11-12 March). The event is built for developers, architects and IT Professionals. We have already signed up top speakers and are in the process of signing up more. Very cool also is that we will have a preconference day (10/3)...
  • Blog Post: The Ultimate Evangelist

    When people create such pictures of you, you know you are the ultimate evangelist:   From the ultra entertaining: http://fakesteve.blogspot.com/
  • Blog Post: WinFS lives on (in SQL Server 2008), .NET My Services not so much

    Years ago, I toured Europe and talked to about 10.000 people about the wonders of WINFS that was going to be released with Longhorn. As we know, WInFS got axed and it felt like I wasted around 750.000 man-minutes (it was a 75 minute talk). Today I was in a meeting to review the content for Tech Ed Developers...
  • Blog Post: When XML MAKES personal sense

    I've always seen the benefits of XML but I never got really really excited by it because it's always been 'just' a data format (with good sides and bad sides). Until today:-) Here's why. Last week I bought a Garmin Edge 305, GPS device to put on my bike. I don't think this device is the ultimate device...
  • Blog Post: 2007 TecH ED DEVELOPErS

    Tech Ed Europe content planning has started. If you want to be there, you can already start by locking these dates: • Tech Ed Developers: 5 – 9 November 2007 • Tech Ed IT Forum: 12- 16 November 2007 My interest is obviously mostly the Developer event which will be bigger and beter than ever before. I...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with writing code

    You want to start writing a piece of software but you are an absolute beginner, what do you do? Check out this site on MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/beginner/ Choose between web development and windows development and get started reading and of course also writing code! An overview...
  • Blog Post: vista AND OFFICE 2007

    Vista shipped, WOW ! But Office 2007 is available too. Here's a nice story about this but beware; Clippy does get killed in it: http://www.enchantedoffice.com/ Try now: http://us20.trymicrosoftoffice.com/default.aspx?culture=en-US
  • Blog Post: Disruptive

    Once in a while something comes along that changes your life. You fall in love, are willing to accept some minor imperfections and give up on some of those certainties in life. It happened to me too. No I I'm not talking about another woman! What were you thinking? I'm talking about Vista. I love it...
  • Blog Post: Using Live Writer

    Since yesterday I started to use Live Writer . And man, I love it. I started blogging in dutch to my Live Space to keep my family up to date of where I am. I did run into an issue however. I couldn't post entries containing pictures to my Live Space. Smart (smug) as I am, I installed the Flickr plugin...
  • Blog Post: Testing Vista and Office 2007

    I got quite a few questions on Vista and Office 2007 triggered by my posts on Bootcamp. I'm personally waiting for Vista RC1 before I rebuild my MacBook Pro. When I do that, I also plan an updated install script I will post on my blog. My hope is that I can start in just a few more days :-) Currently...
  • Blog Post: World Values

    Working with people all over the world and working for people in the EMEA region, it's important to understand the cultural differences between people. Cleaning up my inbox, I came accross a link to this site: http://www.worldvaluessurvey.com/ . Very interestin g map, don't you think? Intriguing to...
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