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  • Blog Post: Coordination and Concurrency Runtime (CCR) at Myspace

    CCR, part of the Microsoft Robotics Studio is being used for a none robotics application at MySpace. Check out the video here Details MySpace has done some pretty amazing things with the Robotic Developer Studio. When they found out it contained a very powerful component, the Coordination and Concurrency...
  • Blog Post: Security and Authentication in Microsoft Dynamics CRM: The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Security Model

    Brief Description This white paper, The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Security Model, serves as the core architectural component of a larger "nuts and bolts" article on Security and Authentication in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0. Overview This white paper, The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Security Model, serves...
  • Blog Post: What do you get when you combine Dynamics CRM + xRM + Robotics?

    After our own humorous video on the Microsoft Dynamics xRM concept it is good to see another amazing xRM video from a partner. Somebody over at Streamline Solutions has some awesome design skills and perhaps an interest in robotics :-) John O'Donnell Microsoft Dynamics ISV Architect Evangelist...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 RTM Now Available

    Did you know Windows 7 was released to manufacturing on July 22 nd and is already available for download on MSDN and TechNet? Did you know computer manufacturers could begin shipping Windows 7 PCs as early as this month? Many large IT departments have been saving their upgrade budgets for Windows...
  • Blog Post: If we can manage cows imagine the possibilities with Microsoft Dynamics xRM

    I spend much of my time talking with solution developers and architects to convince them that they can build many systems using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 as a development platform or Microsoft Dynamics xRM. Time afer time we see opportunities where development companies can get their solutions to market...
  • Blog Post: Developing Widgets on Windows Mobile 6.5

    Jorge Peraza has published a great blog entry on the Windows Mobile blog talking about how to develop widgets for Windows Mobile 6.5 . More information can also be found in this MSDN article What will you build? John O'Donnell Microsoft Dynamics ISV Architect Evangelist Microsoft Corporation...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK V4.0.9 available on Microsoft Downloads

    Here are some highlights from this updated SDK than can be downloaded here · Server-to-Server Authentication Sample . This sample shows how to authenticate and impersonate the logged-on user in a server-to-server scenario with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. · Metadata Browser - Over 100 pages...
  • Blog Post: Discover a new way to build line of business applications at Chicago May 4th and Mountain View, CA May 6th

    Microsoft Business Action World Tour: The place to see a new way to build line of business applications. Imagine a development system that could give you the ability to rapidly build line of business solutions, perhaps saving up to 70 percent of your development time. Would that be of interest to...
  • Blog Post: Videos from Dynamics CRM ISV Incubation week

    At our last incubation week we had five ISV's who spent the week working on a new solution for the Dynamics CRM 4.0 platform. At the end of the week the ISV's had the opportunity to present their solutions to a panel of industry experts and venture capitalists. Here are some videos from the event. Also...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM ISV Incubation Week - Boston, Week of April 20th

    After the success of the first event (and many late nights) there is a now another opportunity to spend a week building out a compelling Dynamics CRM solution / prototype. This event consists of Half day of development 3.5 days of active prototype development half day of presenting to a panel...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Robotics + SimplySim + Lego=Fun!

    If you bought a Lego Mindstom set over holidays but have not got time to assemble the tribot robot fear not, the guys over at SimplySim have produced a detailed simulated environment of a house with a simulated Lego Mindstorms robot. Now you can experiment with the Lego Minstorms robot with no hardware...
  • Blog Post: ISV's working hard at our ISV Incubation Week event in Reston.

    It is 8:30pm here at the Microsoft Technology Center in Reston and our ISV Incubation week ISV's are still here working hard on their Dynamics CRM development projects and preparing to present to a panel of venture capitalists on friday. So far its been a great event hosted by Sanjay Jain and the opportunity...
  • Blog Post: Automating your home with Microsoft Robotics Studio

    Microsoft Senior Software Architect Charles Stacy Harris was recently interviewed on .NET Rocks talking about his article on Home Automation with Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio 2008 . Interesting to see another use for MSRS beyond controlling autonomous robots. John O'Donnell Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Ben Riga talks to CWR Mobility at the Worldwide Partner Conference

    Recently Ben Riga met with the guys from CWRMobility to learn more about their mobile solutions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0. CWRMobility have been developing mobile clients for Microsoft Dynamics CRM since versoin 1.0 days so its safe to say they know the platform very well and are skilled at creating...
  • Blog Post: 30 days of Microsoft Windows Mobile applications

    I recently came across a blog posting from Chris Craft where believe it or not, he wrote 30 Windows Mobile applications in 30 days. This post is a great way to show some of the things you can do on the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform . Thanks to Lillian Eng at Microsoft for highlighting this blog....
  • Blog Post: A Microsoft Dynamics CRM JavaScript SDK

    Jason Hunt from Ascentium published a great post about their release to the CRM community of a new JavaScript SDK to make calling into the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform very easy. While the SDK does not cover every operation you can do it does cover most of the common calls you would need to make from...
  • Blog Post: CRM 4.0 Developer Ramp Up Toolkit – Now Available

    The Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Developer Ramp Up Kit is based on lessons learned during eighteen months of instructor-led training by the DPE group as part of the DPE Metro Early Adopter initiative. The kit drills into development details and explains how .NET-based developers can interact with the...
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