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  • Blog Post: Web Camp Spring Tour – March 27th

    If you follow Scott Guthrie’s blog , you’ll be aware of some recent releases in both the ASP.NET and Windows Azure segments of the Microsoft stack, and in about two weeks you can immerse yourself in all that goodness - with a free, all-day Web Camp on Wednesday, March 27th at the Microsoft Office, 1...
  • Blog Post: Web Camp in Waltham (May 10th)

    Chris and I will be co-presenting (boy it’s been a while!) along with Jon Galloway , Windows Azure Evangelist, at a Web Camp this coming Thursday, May 10th, at the Microsoft Office in Waltham. We’ll be covering a number of topics focusing on the ASP.NET Web stack, including: ASP.NET 4.5 MVC 4 the ASP...
  • Blog Post: Keep the Fire(starters) Burning: Web Platform Edition!

    It was great to see so many engaged folks at the Windows Phone 7 Firestarter (and Garage) in Waltham earlier this week.  Thanks to my colleagues Dani Diaz and Dave Isbitzki for putting on a great show – and if you missed them in Waltham, you’re in luck!  They’ll be appearing in Farmington,...
  • Blog Post: PHP Elite Web Optimization Event – Dec. 9th

    Microsoft and NaviSite are co-hosting a free event at the New England Research and Development (NERD) Center in Cambridge on December 9th, from 10 to 6. During the day, you’ll get to hear about what’s new in the Microsoft Web Platform, including IIS, PHP on Windows,  the Web Platform Installer ...
  • Blog Post: Introducing WebsiteSpark (and more)

    Today, Microsoft announced the WebsiteSpark program, which continues the tradition established by DreamSpark and BizSpark to provide web application developers and designers access to tools, training, and hosting providers to support their solutions. Full program details and application procedures can...
  • Blog Post: NerdDinner On Azure – Take 2

    At last week’s Greater Buffalo IT/Dev Day , I did an overview of the Windows Azure Platform (the recently rebranded Azure Services Platform).  Rather than do a tired “Hello World” example, I thought it would be more interesting to talk about a more substantial application, so NerdDinner came to...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Dynamic Data Preview 4 Available

    The latest preview release of ASP.NET Dynamic Data is now available from CodePlex.   These previews give you insight into the feature set that will be available when .NET 4 is released; however, you can start using them right now with .NET 3.5 SP1! I’ve done quite a few presentations on Dynamic...
  • Blog Post: Dynamic Data @ ASP.NET Professionals User Group

    I’ll be presenting at the second meeting of the ASP.NET Professionals User Group this coming Wednesday in Waltham.  Fritz Onion kicked things off last month with “The Changing Face of ASP.NET,” an overview of what developers need to know before embarking on their next ASP.NET project.  This...
  • Blog Post: M-V-C is H-E-R-E

    Here’s one of a number of cool announcements coming out of MIX 09 going on now at the Venetian in Las Vegas.  The ASP.NET MVC (Model-View-Controller) Framework version 1.0 is now live.  This is the culmination of a pretty amazing exercise in transparent development in which multiple previews...
  • Blog Post: TONIGHT! Inaugural Meeting of ASP.NET Professionals

    Quick reminder: the first meeting of the newly formed ASP.NET Professionals User Group takes place tonight at the Microsoft office at 201 Jones Road in Waltham.  The meeting runs from 6:15 to 8:30.  Regular meetings will occur on the 4th Tuesday of each month. Kicking off the new group tonight...
  • Blog Post: Get into the MIX09

    It’s exactly two weeks until MIX09 , and here’s the scene from my home office window juxtaposed with one of the MIX09 venue.  Vegas is looking pretty good, huh?   Weather aside, there’s a lot of other great things in store at this year’s edition of *the* conference focused on next generation...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate 2

    Hot of the wire(less)… Release Candidate 2 of the ASP.NET Model View Controller (MVC) framework is now available.  This brings the technology, which provides an alternative methodology for building ASP.NET web sites, one step closer to release.  ASP.NET MVC builds off of the .NET Framework...
  • Blog Post: Inaugural Meeting: New England ASP.NET Professionals

    There’s a new user group in town. Spearheaded by Dean Serrentino, the New England ASP.NET Professionals Group will focus on practices for building web applications with ASP.NET and related technologies. The group will be meeting regularly on the 4th Tuesday of each month at the Microsoft office at 201...
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