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  • Blog Post: Techniques in Advanced .NET Debugging with John Robbins

    My colleague Glen Gordon just forwarded this to me.  If you haven’t seen John speak before, you owe it to yourself to find a way to attend this event.  Make sure to register !  This is an in-person event. If this event is full, or you can't attend this event live, sign up for the Simulcast...
  • Blog Post: New BizTalk User Group in Atlanta

    Just got this from my friend and co-worker, Karl Rissland.  What a great opportunity. Finally just what we have all been waiting for!  A BizTalk Server User Group in Atlanta!  Come Join Us as we kick off the New Year with a New User Group. We will discuss the features of BizTalk Server...
  • Blog Post: Getting the Most Out of SharePoint - October 31st, Alpharetta, Georgia

    I just got this in my email inbox from my friends at ThreeWill, looks like a great opportunity to learn more about why our customers are betting so heavily on SharePoint. Here's our Treat - Getting the Most out of SharePoint Oct 31st Seminar at the Microsoft Alpharetta office In this seminar we will...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 and Longhorn Server Event – July 13th, Alpharetta, Georgia

    Visual Studio 2008 (formerly known as Visual Studio code name "Orcas") delivers on Microsoft's vision of enabling developers and development teams to rapidly create connected applications with compelling user experiences for Windows Vista, the 2007 Microsoft Office system, mobile devices and the Web...
  • Blog Post: May 29th Developer Days - Filling Up!

    The May 29th Developer Days event at the Microsoft Alpharetta office is filling up fast. There are less than 20 seats left. We will be starting a waiting list shortly, so make sure to go sign up while you are still guaranteed a seat.
  • Blog Post: CSNA .NET Developer Day - May 29th, Microsoft Alpharetta Office

    Please join us for a special event, CSNA .NET Developer Days, on May 29th at the Microsoft Alpharetta Office. This is a great opportunity to hear from Microsoft’s Evangelism team about some of the technologies that matter most to customers in the communications and media & entertainment industries...
  • Blog Post: Had a Blast at the Vista and Office Launches!

    I had a blast speaking at the launch events for Office and Vista. In Atlanta, I spoke about Connected Systems and showed off the DinnerNow.net scenario. In Houston and Dallas, I was privileged to deliver the keynote for the developer breakouts, showing "Office and Vista: Better Together for Developers...
  • Blog Post: Launch event: Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals

    Register quickly at http://teams-deliver.com , as this event is sure to fill up quickly. Atlanta GA 11/30 Boston MA 12/14 Chicago IL 12/12 Cincinnati OH 12/07 Dallas TX 12/13 Denver CO 12/13 Detroit MI 12/05 Ft. Lauderdale FL 12/12 Houston TX 12/14 Los Angeles CA 12/07 Milwaukee...
  • Blog Post: Free .NET 3.0 Training!

    Want to learn .NET 3.0? Here's your chance to learn it for free. .NET University Doug Turnure, Developer Evangelist extraordinaire, announced .NET University . Want to teach a group on .NET 3.0? Doug will work with you to provide certificates of completion and even t-shirts for .NET U alumni! If...
  • Blog Post: Atlanta Code Camp 2006 - What's New in ASMX 2.0 Resources

    Thanks to everyone that attended yesterday's Atlanta Code Camp 2006 session on "What's New in ASMX 2.0". As promised, here are follow-up links to the topics that I presented on. ASMX Hello World as it REALLY ought to be Migrating ASMX to Indigo: The Double-Decorator Pattern IXmlSerializable...
  • Blog Post: Psst... Microsoft Gives Away Free Stuff.. Don't Tell Anybody

    I have noticed more than a few opportunities for folks to receive free stuff lately. I thought I would post out a couple opportunities: Taking an MCP exam and want a discount? Going to buy a Visual Studio 2005 with MSDN Professional subscription and want a discount? Complete an e-Learning course...
  • Blog Post: DevComm5 Slides Available

    For those who attended the DevComm5 training and asked for the slides, Dunn Training has been gracious enough to put the content up on their site. http://www.dunntraining.com/DevComm5.htm Thanks again to Dunn Training for such a great set of events!
  • Blog Post: Microsoft eXtended: Microsoft’s Vision for Computing featuring IIS7, Vista, And IE7

    I will be speaking at the Microsoft Security Summit this Thursday at the Cobb Galleria on "Microsoft eXtended: Microsoft’s Vision for Computing featuring IIS7, Vista, And IE7." This is going to be a great session, showing off the security features of each of the 3 products, and it is packed with demos...
  • Blog Post: Does Today Suck For You? There's still room in the next DevComm5

    OK, so it's Monday, and you are thinking "man... I've got nothing really pressing to do, and I have read my MSDN magazine cover to cover... wish there was some way I could see some of the latest stuff for my upcoming project." That's exactly what we created DevComm5 for. DevComm5 is 5 weeks of free...
  • Blog Post: Mondays Suck. Come to DEVCOMM5.

    Mondays suck. Why spend your Mondays in that boring team meeting, catching up on email, or surfing the web? Instead, you can spend your Mondays at DEVCOMM5, getting ready for the technologies you need to be successful. Are you ready? Announcing 5 days of FREE readiness training on Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Atlanta Communications Sector Developer Workshop Featuring Jeffrey Richter: February 22nd

    Sign up now, seating is limited. Jeffrey Richter will speak to the group on Building, Deploying, and Versioning .NET Components and Applications .Jeffrey will explain how .NET compilers produce metadata and how this metadata is used by the CLR to resolve type references. In this talk, we’ll walk through...
  • Blog Post: Atlanta Communications Sector Architect Council With Jeffrey Richter: February 22nd

    We are fortunate to have Jeffrey Richter of Wintellect speak to the Communications Sector Architect Council on Some Controversial .NET Topics . In this session, Jeffrey will address some of the more controversial issues surrounding the .NET Framework and code written for it. First, we’ll examine how...
  • Blog Post: Kenny Wolf at Atlanta MS Professionals UG Tonight

    Kenny Wolf , a developer from the Indigo team, will be at the Atlanta Microsoft Professionals User Group tonight at 6:30 pm at the Microsoft Alpharetta office . Kenny gave a great presentation at PDC this year with Yasser Shohoud on extending the channel layer in Indigo. You can view the session online...
  • Blog Post: .NET Rocks Comes To Atlanta this Friday!

    The .NET Rocks! RoadShow will be in Atlanta this Friday, October 21, 2005 at 6:00 pm at the Microsoft Alpharetta office ( click here for directions ). Richard Campbell and Carl Franklin will be in Atlanta to talk about What's New in VB 2005 and What's New in .NET Mobility. They will also give a couple...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 1,2,3! in Atlanta

    There is still room left for the SharePoint 1,2,3! event on Monday, October 17th at the Microsoft Alpharetta office . Monday's session will cover advanced topics such as connectable web parts, Office integration, Document Library Events, Workflow Implementation, the SharePoint Object Model, and SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: 8/25/2005 MSDN Event: Rule the Web with ASP.NET 2.0

    Register now for what looks to be a great MSDN event in Atlanta on August 25th! Thursday, August 25, 2005 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Welcome Time: 12:30 PM Theater - Hollywood Stadium 24 @ North I-85 3265 N.E. Expressway Access Chamblee Georgia 30341 United...
  • Blog Post: Randy Miller from Microsoft to talk in Atlanta on MSF Agile

    Randy Miller is a program manager in the Visual Studio 2005 Team System group. He has been at the forefront of work on MSF Agile, which is (in Randy’s words) “a scenario-driven, context-based, agile software development process that utilizes many of the ideas embodied in Team System.” Randy will be...
  • Blog Post: Aug 20th 2005: Free Portal Development mini-Code Camp in Charlotte, NC

    Maxim Karpov is putting together a free code camp targeted at portal development . Visit his blog for details, the event is August 20th at Microsoft's office in Charlotte, NC.
  • Blog Post: CLR Team in Atlanta - Thanks Guys!

    This week, we were fortunate enough to have Brad Abrams , Kit George , Jason Zander , and Claudio Caldato visit with us. Claudio has got to get a blog, because this guy is just flat-out smart... the more I talked with him, the more I realized that there is a lot I have to learn about the CLR. We had...
  • Blog Post: CLR Team at the Atlanta C# User Group

    The CLR team is speaking at the Atlanta C# User Group. Tonight just simply rocked. Kit George opened the show tonight by demonstrating the new GC.MemoryPressure API as well as the newly added TryParse method on value types. And one of my favorite demos... Space Invaders written in managed code, in...
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