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  • Blog Post: Technical Presentations for Software Companies Developing on Microsoft Technologies

    If you missed last week’s valuable presentation about Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Business Intelligence , you can view this on demand by visiting the ISV website on Microsoft.com and visiting the Technical Resources page. There have also been many other presentations that you can view on demand on the...
  • Blog Post: ISVs from Emerging Markets

    “The combined markets of the top four emerging countries, Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC), will reach $5.9 trillion GDP in 2011. This will represent about 39% of all emerging markets' GDP . As these four countries become economically stronger, they will reinforce their role as the "driving engines...
  • 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: How Environmental Sustainability Can Help to Revitalize the IT Market Now

    Green Computing and Green IT are some often heard phrases when talking about Environmental Sustainability with the help of IT. During times of economic challenges, the IT industry and other companies are required to think about new concepts to mange cost and their responsibility for our environment and...
  • Blog Post: New Content at the Microsoft Oracle Center of Excellence

    Did you know there is a Microsoft Oracle Center of Excellence (MOCE)? It was created to provide a single point of service for joint Microsoft and Oracle customers. Specifically, the mission is to share extensive knowledge and background around Siebel, PeopleSoft, and JD Edwards on the SQL Server platform...
  • Blog Post: Developer “How-Do-I” Videos for Azure, Live Services, .NET Services and (coming soon) SQL Services

    We just discovered this great resource for “How Do I” videos on Microsoft latest technology developments. The first 9 of 40 planned videos about Azure are now published here . These are the first comprehensive set of HDI’s on the entire Azure Services Platform which will allow you to see the Azure...
  • Blog Post: Q&A with Blue Star Infotech’s Senior Solution Architect

    During PDC ’09, the Channel 9 team was hard at work connecting with many of the ISVs that were attending. Channel 9 host, Charles Torre, had an opportunity to talk with Blue Star Infotech’s, Mehul Shah, a Microsoft Certified Gold partner. The interview is informative and worth watching. Here are a few...
  • Blog Post: Autodesk Geospacial Solutions and SQL Server 2008

    Last time I talked about how two of our partners are creating a positive impact to our world. We recently interviewed another partner, Autodesk, on their geospacial solutions and support of SQL Server 2008. You’ll find this video interview on Channel 9’s Inside/Out. The Autodesk Geospatial Business Unit...
  • Blog Post: I won’t be climbing Katmai...

    I'm no mountain climber. In fact, someone had to tell me that Katmai was a mountain, and not just a National Park. For me, it was a lot easier to remember when the code names came from U.S. cities…. In fact, I’m still eagerly waiting the chance to work with Daytona. However, my apparent lack of mental...
  • Blog Post: It Must be the Coffee…

    Oracle is courting Microsoft ISVs with a series of events targeted directly at our Gold partners. That initiative has caused me to ponder the intriguing question “Why would a Microsoft partner invest time attending these events?” Oracle thinks you should attend for three reasons. I will address them...
  • Blog Post: Two Goliaths with One Stone

    Goliath was a nine-foot, bronze armored Philistine giant. I’m sure he had hair between his teeth and ate little boys for breakfast. However, he didn’t intimidate David, who killed and beheaded the giant, beat the Philistines and later went on to become the King of Israel. How did he do it? First of...
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