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January, 2007

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  • Veni, Vidi, Velcro...

    My First Event @ Boise-Id (30th January 2007)

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    Thank you everyone for attending my Developer Track event at Boise-ID (30th Jan 2007).

     

    The following is the major feedback I got from this session:

     

    Presenter Feedback:

    ·         Talk Slowly and Clearly

    ·         Try to avoid the ummn’s and aah’s! (No filler words)

     

    Content Feedback:

    ·         Make it more developer oriented

     

            I really appreciate your feedback and will definitely try to incorporate it in my forthcoming events.

     

    As promised, please find the resource links that were on the slide deck pasted below.

    1.      MSDN Events:

              Free half-day events for developers

              Upcoming topics

            ASP.NET Ajax

            Windows CardSpace

            IIS 7.0

              http://www.msdnevents.com

     

     

    2.       Office and Vista Developer Resources
    http://www.launchtour2007.com/resourcecenter.aspx

     

     

    3.      The New York Times Reader

    www.nytimes.com/timesreader

     

    4.      Microsoft Expression Blend

    http://www.microsoft.com/products/expression/en/expression-blend/try.mspx

     

    5.      Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office Second Edition

    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/office/aa905543.aspx 

     

    Also, please note that I will post the code for the demo’s here as soon as they are available.  You can expect code for the Fabrikam and All Scripts Patient monitoring demos to become available soon.

    We cannot publish code for the New York Times Reader or The North Face Demo as they are live applications and the respective companies own the code base.

    I look forward to seeing you in any upcoming events!

     

    Thanks!

    - Mithun Dhar

  • Veni, Vidi, Velcro...

    Vista allows you to be connected on the go...

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    This is a complimentary trial offer from T-Mobile’s HotSpot wireless broadband service for Vista users. Just sign up and connect to the HotSpot connection with a Vista Powered PC and you are set!

     

     For more details about this no charge service, please sign up at https://selfcare.hotspot.t-mobile.com/accountcreate/VistaSignUps.do?promoCode=MSWV17

     

    I’ve been using HotSpot for more than a year and it’s the coolest thing when you are on the road or just hanging out in a Starbucks! Great speeds, hassle free and almost everywhere! (every Starbucks location, Go figure!)

    Cool stuff!

    -Mithun Dhar 

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