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  • Blog Post: PDC 2005 is a blast of information

    As many of you know by now, Microsoft has released information about Windows Vista, WPF, Winfx, and a host of other new technologies that we're working on. This is definitely the place to get the latest bits on the betas. While PDC has been sold out for quite some time, we do have some webcasts that...
  • Blog Post: Randy Choco rides again at TechEd 2005

    I'm sitting here getting ready to do a presentation with Rob Stagno our General Manager of Relationship Marketing up here in Tarrytown, NY for the Direct Marketing Education Foundation(DMEF). I can't think of a better way to relax that do a blog post while I'm waiting for our turn at the podium. I wanted...
  • Blog Post: Dr. Joe Hummel Presents Live from TechEd 2005!

    Dr Joe Hummel was presenting his last webcast that’s part of the Modern Software Development Using C# webcast series from the TechEd 2005 Podcast Team Room. Thanks to his many years as a college professor, Dr. Joe was completely unfazed by the folks driving around him on Segways as they got ready for...
  • Blog Post: Webcasts Booth at TechEd 2005 - Lessons Learned

    This is from Monday morning at the Webcasts pod in the product pavilion. Thanks to Dean Andrews for posting this picture on his blog. My pictures are all on film, so I'm going to be posting them after I get back to Seattle. It looks like posting offers for a free t-shirt at TechEd really drove the...
  • Blog Post: Free webcast T-shirts at TechEd 2005

    This is mock-up of the t-shirt. Okay, here's the deal. If you come by the webcasts and virutal labs booth at TechEd and show us that you've done one of the following, we'll give you a free T-shirt. To get your limited edition, classic webcasts t-shirt at TechEd 2005, show us one of the following: ...
  • Blog Post: Ken's bug reporting system

    I like Ken Dyck’s bug reporting system . This has certainly gotten the attention of folks internally wondering how come Ken didn't use the official bug reporting system. Well maybe because he couldn't find it, or maybe he didn’t want to spend an excessive amount of time trying to find out how to do report...
  • Blog Post: Audio problems with MSDN Webcasts

    As of last week, we've stopped using Internet Audio Broadcast (IAB) in Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2005 until we can get a root cause determination on what's causing the audio problems. We're going back to our previous VOIP vendor Island Nation, until our live Meeting support team can stabilize and...
  • Blog Post: Video Game Development - Learn to write C# the fun way

    Institute of Technology introduces participants to the concepts of video game production in this webcast series. Presenters will demonstrate the key stages in the process of developing the core game engine through the creation of a "top-down shooter" game called "Star Trooper," using Visual C# 2005 Express...
  • Blog Post: Science and Engineering at Microsoft - Turning Ideas into Reality

    When folks think of Microsoft, they think of the cash cow products such as Office, Windows, and think okay, that's old stuff, but what have they done lately to reallly drive technology innovation? Well, hang on and I'll show you. During the month of May 2005, we have a special series of webast to highlight...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2005 is sold out!!!

    TechEd 2005 sold out last Friday, so if you're going, you're going. If not, well.. it's too late... unless you win a free pass to TechED 2005 in Orlando, FL this June 6, 1-, 2005. So how do you win a free pass like Kevin Marshall from Portland Oregon? Well registered and attended a live MSDN Webcast...
  • Blog Post: Why do developers go to conferences?

    Jeremy Mazner writes a great article on his blog as to why developers go to conferences . Certainly worth reading if you get the chance.
  • Blog Post: Overall Champion Webcast Presenter for the Microsoft ASP.NET Webcast Series - Fritz Onion

    Last October we had a webcast series on ASP.NET. It was a huge success. We have over 240,000 registrations. We had a whopping 40 webcasts structured across Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced webcasts. If you’ve ever tried to explain a technology to someone who has never used it before, you know...
  • Blog Post: How to download MSDN Webcasts in Live Meeting 2005

    Our new live meeting conference center lets you download the webcasts for offline viewing. So if your company doesn't allow streaming media, you can download them and view the offline. If you're on an airplane or waiting someplace, you can whip our your trusty Portable Media Center, or laptop and watch...
  • Blog Post: Professional Developers Conference 2005 in September

    Someone asked me if I wanted to be at PDC 2005 this year. Hmm, Let me think about that. YES!!!! I want to be there! They must think I don’t care to be at these cool events like PDC and TechEd. Truth is I do, as I want to hear what customers are saying about webcasts, and what we can do to make this a...
  • Blog Post: Somasegar’s Goal: ‘Complete Transparency’

    If you don't know who S. “Soma” Somasegar is, now's a good time to learn more about him. Soma's the corporate vice president of the Microsoft Server & Tools Developer Division. Within Microsoft, Soma has been evangelizing the ideas of complete transparency in how we build our products, run our business...
  • Blog Post: Let's face it, some webcasts are just plain boring while others are nothing but fluff

    Ron Jacobs has this site up and running for Patterns & Practices Live Webcasts. It's called pnplive.com . Check it out. "Let's face it, some webcasts are just plain boring while others are nothing but fluff. There's one thing you can say for sure about our webcasts - they're both live and lively...
  • Blog Post: April MSDN Webcasts calendars are ready

    Angela Brobst just reminded yesterday that the webcasts calendars are ready for the month of April. As you know during the month of April 2005, we’ve got 100+ webcasts we’re running on Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005. You can thank Jon Byrum , Shawn Nandi , Matt Nunn, Kelly Lockhart , Andrew Conway...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2005 - You'll never know who you'll meet at TechEd or where

    Here's an interesting video Scott and Rory put together for TechEd 2005. Interesting theme, but nothing out of the ordinary here from what I've seen on campus... http://www.hanselman.com/blog/RoryAndScottGoToTechEdALoveStory.aspx
  • Blog Post: MSN RSS feeds for search results

    I didn't know this was available as of today, as it thought it was for a future release. You can now do searches on MSN.com and get the results sent to you via a rss feed once you subscibe to the rss feed. Try it out at www.msn.com . Do a search on "MSDN Webcast" or MSDN Architecture Webcast" and subscribe...
  • Blog Post: Webcast Series for Developers

    Someone asked me where can they find all the webcast series for Developers we've done so far. here's all the ones we've got listed in the Program guide for developers webcast gallery at http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/default.mspx . Also, you can thank Jennfier Walts for getting these all setup...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studo 2005 Beta 2 and SQL Server 2005 Beta 2 webcasts in April 2005

    Visual Studio 2005 beta 2 will be coming soon. Do you know how to use it? Well we’re hosting 100 webcasts during the month of April that will show you how to use it, what's new, and how to get the most out of new solutions that will be highlighted here. Also we’re going to be showcasing SQL Server 2005...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2005 - Stay competitive as you know you need a new job soon

    TechEd is the place to be when you want to learn about what's coming out of Microsoft and it's partners for the next year or so. If you have to support and deploy tools and technologies from Microsoft and its partners, TechEd will help keep you updated on technolgy strategies coming from Microsoft. ...
  • Blog Post: Get a good laugh on how people viewed blogging three years ago

    I'm posting this again as for some reason my last two posts dissappeared from blogs.msdn.com. Anyway, I found this article posted to a Internal Microsoft disribution list and got a good laugh out of it. It shows how much viewpoints on blogging has changed from three years ago today. Like blogging, webcasts...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Webcasts in China

    Check out what the MDSN Webcasts team in China is up to. It was offically launched in August 2004 by Microsoft - China. Hats off to Christina Yue Wang for driving this program. http://www.microsoft.com/china/msdn/events/webcasts/shared/webcast/episode.aspx?newsID=1242161 Regards, George, MSDN Webcasts...
  • Blog Post: Podcasting

    I'm looking into podcasting, and I'm findiing some really good stuff that interests me. For those of you haven't been to Ron Jacobs site, there are several examples of podcasting there. Ron has also recorded some really good content there with Jonathan Wanagel. Check it out. The information below is...
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