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  • Blog Post: TechDays Belgium 2013 online: videos and slides now available!

       We organized Microsoft TechDays 2013 in Antwerp two weeks ago, where we welcomed close to 2900 IT Professionals, Developers and Students all enjoying 90+ sessions with top content led by a broad selection of international and local top speakers. A special THANK YOU goes to our partners ...
  • Blog Post: TechDays 2012: session recordings, slides and content online

    If you missed TechDays 2012 in Belgium (Braine l’Alleud), there is no way to bring you back the whole 10th anniversary experience . That’s the bad news, the good news however is that we go a long way and bring you a recorded video of each of the sessions so you can learn from the best. From now on, you...
  • Blog Post: Web & Phone UX Event: Recordings, slides and content now available

    In November we held the Web & Phone UX event in Ter Elst (Edegem), bringing a full day of sessions focusing on Web & Phone (WP7) Design and Development. Sessions included HTML5, Windows Phone Metro Design from thinking to building and refining, JavaScript habits and patterns, Windows Phone Mango...
  • Blog Post: Quick tip: Expression Encoder SP2 released

    The Expression team has announced Service Pack 2 for Expression Encoder 4. With this Service pack you get over 300 bug fixes and some new features: Encoding features like support for 1 and 2-pass VBR for offline H.264 encodes, support for more AAC audio options (Pro only), ... Live features such as Live...
  • Blog Post: Discover the first preview of code-name Windows 8

    On June 1st, during All Things Digital D9 conference , Steven Sinofsky showed a first look at the next version of Windows, code-named “Windows 8”. According to Sinofsky this is big, in fact he calls it one of “biggest change since at least Windows 95”. I’m pretty excited (ok, that’s an understatement...
  • Blog Post: TechDays 2011: developer session recordings and content online

    If you missed TechDays 2011 , there is no way to bring you back the whole experience. That’s the bad news, the good news however is that we go a long way and bring you a recorded video of each of the sessions so you can learn from the best. From now on, you can browse all the sessions, view them online...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Windows Azure Jump Start Training Videos

    Microsoft Learning hosted the second new and exclusive “Jump Start” virtual training event on December 15-17, 2010. The course was titled “Building Cloud Applications using the Windows Azure Platform” and included 12 hours of expert-led training tailored for application architects and developers interested...
  • Blog Post: REMIX10: (r)Experience the conference with full recorded content online

    REMIX10 Belgium took place at the end of September 2010 in De Montil, Affligem. We managed to bring together a great combination of Microsoft Corp speakers as well as some local community speakers. As traditionally with REMIX events, two content tracks were available: Web Developer and User Experience...
  • Blog Post: Don’t miss PDC 2010, wherever you are

    Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2010 is almost here: next Thursday 28th and Friday 29th October the conference is taking place in Redmond at the Microsoft campus. While only a select group of people has had the chance to get a ticket to personally attend, don’t let this assume you’ll miss...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Media Framework 2.2 released with Windows Phone 7 Support

    Silverlight Media Framework (SMF) is an open source framework that allows developers to build great custom media players for IIS Smooth Streaming delivery. SMF has been around for some time and now with version 2.2 the download provides full support implementing high-end video experiences for Windows...
  • Blog Post: IIS Media Services 4.0 Beta is out

    The IIS Media team is moving fast. Last week the team announced the beta availability of the IIS Media Services 4.0. Media Services are an out-of-band release for IIS meaning you can install this as extensions to IIS without having to wait for a full OS upgrade. I recommend you check out the blog...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 - #3: SketchFlow Adding content

    In this edition we look at how to add content to SketchFlow Silverlight application screens. We look at the Sketch styles that are supplied in Expression Blend so that the UI of your screens is making clear to your customer that this is a prototype and not a finished design. This video is available in...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 - #2: SketchFlow Introduction

    SketchFlow is a new feature that is part of Expression Blend 3. I’ve had the chance to demo this new feature to quite some people over the last months, and this seems to make sense to quite an array of different profiles: information architects, designers, developers, project managers. Because just 3...
  • Blog Post: Live Services Jumpstart training available

    Need training material on any of the Live Services’ technologies? There is good news for you: the Live Services team has published the full video material of the two-day “Live Services Jumpstart” training that was given at several locations worldwide. View it all online at http://dev.live.com/training...
  • Blog Post: Latest videos posted to Chopsticks: “Oslo”, “M”, ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight, IE8 and all Luxembourg TechDays08 content

    Quite a few new screencasts and interviews have been added to Chopsticks these last few weeks. Time for an overview of what is new. Content by Microsoft folks Last month Thomas Delrue, a Belgian software development engineer at Microsoft Corp visited Belgium and my colleague Philippe Destoop sit down...
  • Blog Post: PDC 2008 – Regional Directors share their thoughts (Dutch)

    Peter Himschoot and Gill Cleeren, Regional Directors, both share their thoughts on what PDC 2008 is for them: from the main announcement around the new cloud platform to Windows 7 to new features in C# and .NET 4.0. Watch the video we shot on location during the PDC conference and learn what you should...
  • Blog Post: PDC 2008 – Gregory Renard shares his thoughts (French)

    After a very exciting week in Los Angeles to attend PDC where Microsoft has announced its new Software + Services Platform, Windows 7 pre-beta, Live Framework and much more, I’ve uploaded a video with Regional Director Gregory Renard . Want to know why Gregory thinks this PDC is his best PDC ever? Tune...
  • Blog Post: Working at Microsoft Belgium

    Ever wondered how we work here at MS BeLux? Check out these two videos and you might feel the itch to joins us :) Video presented at our Q1 Company meeting, created by the new MACH hires. They did a very nice job there. Posted by my colleague Miel: http://micromiel.com/2008/10/20/life-at-microsoft/ Second...
  • Blog Post: Bart De Smet on Channel9: LINQ-to-Anything

    Don’t miss the 100th episode of Going Deep on Channel9, this episode stars Bart De Smet. In case you don’t know Bart, he is a Belgian genius that is now working at Microsoft Redmond on the WPF team after being an MVP for four years. In this episode Bart De Smet is interviewed by expert Erik Meijer ,...
  • Blog Post: XNA: book, interview, event and a new CTP

    First of all, what is XNA? If you haven’t read upon this, XNA is a framework and a set of tools that allow you to create games on Windows and even Xbox 360. Check out these resources to get started: XNA Developer center on MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/xna/default.aspx Community site at http...
  • Blog Post: Interview with Hans Verbeeck on TechEd EMEA 2008

    Last week I sat down with Hans Verbeeck , the overall business owner for TechEd EMEA 2008 (IT Professionals and Developers), and content owner for the Developers conference. The interview is now published to the Chopsticks site. Hans speaks about the top speakers that we should be looking forward to...
  • Blog Post: New screencasts by Gregory Renard on Chopsticks

    There are now 3 new recordings available on Chopsticks by our Regional Director Gregory Renard . The recordings are all on new features of Visual Basic 2008, are available in French and follow the series “10 minutes avec votre RD” that Gregory launched earlier this year . Nouveautés de Visual Basic 2008...
  • Blog Post: MSDN event recording: Using Team Foundation Server for Version Control: Best Practices for TFS Branching and Merging

    Last Wednesday Yves Goeleven presented the MSDN evening session on Team Foundation Server branching and merging patterns. During the introduction Yves explains the main groups of problems that you encounter in the development environment, and how to identify the needs in to your own specific case. Depending...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Evening "Building setup packages with WiX": recording online

    The MSDN evening session from last week has been recorded and can be watched online on our Chopsticks platform. In this session, Martijn Beenes , coming specially from the Netherlands for this session, explains how to use the installer tools, MSI's, WiX toolset (Windows Installer XML), and shows how...
  • Blog Post: Chopsticks Noodle: two new videos by Peter Himschoot

    After Gregory Renard 's " 10 minutes with your RD " series, Peter Himschoot, also a Regional Director for Microsoft Belux has launched his series called "Chopsticks Noodle". The two first videos are now available on Chopsticks: Using the BackgroundWorker class - Chopsticks Noodle...
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