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  • Blog Post: Intuit and Microsoft Double Down on Windows Azure Cloud Partnership

    In January of last year, I posted a blog about the integration of the Windows Azure cloud services platforms and Intuit’s cloud services platform, which is called the Intuit Partner Platform . Our collective goal was to give developers and channel partners the tools to deliver solutions that reach...
  • Blog Post: Updated Announcement: Official foursquare 2.X App for Windows Phone Unveiled and Now Available for Download

    **Since the official unveiling of foursquare 2.0 Windows Phone app earlier on July 1, foursquare's 2.3 patch update has been released in the Windows Phone Marketplace. Increased Performance. More to come.... ----------------------------- My name is Liz Ngo from the Global ISV Group at Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Intuit and Microsoft Windows Azure Update Announcement (Why Partnerships Begin with the Letter S)

    When I first blogged about the Intuit and Microsoft Cloud Partnership in January 2010, I am pleased to share that we have further expanded on our partnership. For more details, check out Intuit's Alex Chriss's updated announcement . ------------------------------------------------- Greetings, my...
  • Blog Post: Live & Post Coverage of the Professional Developers’ Conference

    Hey folks, For those of you not at PDC that want to keep up-to-date with the exciting announcements there, we’re covering PDC live until its conclusion. To watch, go to www.microsoftpdc.com There is an all-star lineup of guests including Mark Russinovich, Patrick Dussud, Steve Marx, Bob Muglia...
  • Blog Post: A Fond Farewell to Innovate On

    “The only constant is change, continuing change, inevitable change, that is the dominant factor in society today. No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be.” — Isaac Asimov Following on Mr. Asimov’s sentiments...
  • Blog Post: Channel 9 Learning Center has launched

    Don’t delay! Visit this new destination on Channel 9 which provides free technical training on emerging Microsoft products. Its a great opportunity to share a new training resource with your team and ensure htat your company is poised for success with the latest technologies. There is a collection of...
  • Blog Post: Don’t Miss PDC ‘09 for the Future of Developer Technology

    Los Angeles Convention Center Conference | Nov 17 – 19, 2009 Workshops & Boot Camp | Nov 16 The Professional Developers Conference (PDC) is the definitive developer event focused on the technical strategy of the Microsoft developer platform. At the PDC, you’ll have the opportunity to learn...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 launches next week, are you ready?

    October 22nd will be an exciting day for many. Are you ready to ride the Windows 7 wave? A little homework for you this weekend would be to visit the ms dev website and check here for some great training to ensure your company’s readiness and compatibility with Windows 7. There is also general...
  • Blog Post: Architect Focused Webcasts, October Series: Silverlight

    Each month through June 2010, Microsoft will bring you a 90-minute Architect focused Webcast to educate on the latest trends/topics and how new technologies can align with your business needs. The first is October 27th. Here are the details: An Architect’s perspective on Silverlight 3 Abstract...
  • Blog Post: Join the Windows 7 Wave

    What software company wouldn’t want to reach millions of new customers? Windows can help you do that during the global launch timeframes. Simply show the world you are working to support Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, by getting your products listed on the Windows Compatibility Center or Windows...
  • Blog Post: Independent Software Vendors Can’t Miss WPC…

    I have attended the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) as an employee since 1999, while I was still working in Microsoft Brazil. Since then the show has evolved a lot. Partner attendance has increased every year, and is now around 10,000 people, and is certainly one of the largest shows in...
  • Blog Post: Touch It!

    As “Generation Y” comes to the workforce, they have higher expectations, as a consumer ( What do others say about the generation shifts ) and as a user, when evaluating user experience. The software industry, from consumer to line of business applications, is responding to this change by launching a...
  • Blog Post: Sun Microsystems and Microsoft Team Up for the Apache “Stonehenge” Project

    Last week, Dan’l Lewin, Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Strategic and Emerging Business Development, and Steven Martin, Microsoft Senior Director of Developer Platform Product Management, took the stage at JavaOne to give the first ever Microsoft keynote at this event. It was an historic event...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Event - Microsoft Silverlight Kits Free Web Meetings on June 9th, 2009

    Are you interested in getting your Silverlight application on MySpace? How about using the New York Times APIs in your Silverlight application? Or perhaps you have deployed web service APIs and want to get more developers using them (with cooler Silverlight applications). Michael Scherotter, a Media...
  • Blog Post: Developers Can Now Build Applications in the App-V Format

    I was walking through the expo at the TechEd conference in Los Angeles last week and was happy to run into my friends from Acresso, makers of InstallShield and AdminStudio. Acresso Software just announced that they have a new beta capability in InstallShield to develop applications in the Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Web 2.0 Developer Starter Kit and Sample Application

    The Web 2.0 phase of the internet today characterizes a fundamental transition of the web from an ecosystem of system generated online content, to an ecosystem of vibrant services that thrive on pervasive and social user engagement. This shift has disruptive implications that extend beyond the social...
  • Blog Post: May Technical Forum Webcast Topic: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Business Intelligence Overview

    Mark your calendars for this session with Roger Doherty, Senior Technical Evangelist, Developer and Platform Evangelism. He will provide a high level overview of high level technical overview of the SQL Server 2008 BI platform. This month’s Global ISV Technical Forum Webcast will take place Wednesday...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 and the ISV Application Compatibility Story

    Major portions of our company are focused on delivering some really great capabilities in our product in the next 12 months. Some of our most important releases are going out the door in the next year, and a key one is in the last sprint to the finish line — Windows 7. For those of you using the...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Tutorials for Developers

    Is your development team working with the latest greatest SharePoint and Silverlight technologies? If not, they should be! And if so, here is some great content from Kirk Evans, for them to enhance their skills. SharePoint for Developers Part 1: Introducing VSeWSS 1.3 SharePoint for Developers...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008 R2 Helpful Post & Training May 19-21, 2009

    Bruce Kyle put together a comprehensive look at how developers can get started using Windows Server 2008 R2 features, when to use them and where to go for next steps. the release candidate for Windows Server 2008 has been made available publically, and the Windows SDK has been revised to take advantage...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 8 and the Education Market

    By now everyone knows that Internet Explorer 8 has been made publicly available (check out the recent Channel 9 posting by IE GM Dean Hachamovich ). Why is this important for education? IE8 provides a completely new experience to end-users that make everyday tasks much simpler. Not only does IE8 load...
  • Blog Post: Intelligent Light Talks about Parallel Computing and Windows HPC

    "We write software that lets engineers do their thing." That quote from the founder of software provider Intelligent Light pretty much sums up their business philosophy. This innovative ISV in New Jersey provides an application called FieldView that takes massive data from Computational Fluid Dynamics...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 Learning “Snack”

    Hungry for more info on how Windows 7 can help you? Microsoft Learning just launched its first Windows 7 Learning Snack called Introducing Windows 7 . A Snack is essentially a short, Silverlight presentation highlighting popular topics that includes various animations and recorded demos. The Introducing...
  • Blog Post: System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 Beta is now available for download

    Did you know? You can use System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) to manage the great new capabilities of Windows Server 2008 R2 Beta including: Live Migration Clustered Shared Volumes “hot add” storage to virtualized infrastructure Managed through the VMM console, these features enable...
  • Blog Post: Economic Stimulus for Educational Communities

    This is such an exciting time to serve the education market. The government recognizes the role that education plays in a recovering economy . What does that mean for technology companies that serve education? A big portion of the $787 Billion Economic Stimulus Package has been earmarked for education...
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