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  • Blog Post: XNA Gamefest presentations are now available online

    Gamefest is probably the biggest game technology event on the Microsoft calendar. The 2007 conference hapened earlier this year (in the U.S, of course), and the presentations and some of the audio from speaker sessions have now been posted online for download. There's some very useful stuff here f you...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 is now available in MSDNAA

    Visual Studio 2008 is now available for MSDNAA subscribers. Please contact your universitie's MSDNAA administrator for more information. If your department would like to subscribe to MSDNAA please register at www.msdnaa.net MSDNAA provides you with the software and tools you need to teach your students...
  • Blog Post: Windows OS Kernel for Australian Academics

    I have in my hot little hands around 30 copies of the " Windows Academic Program" CD. It's a special kit coming out of our Redmond HQ that's meant for teachers (and researchers) of operating system units in tertiary institutions. Oh, what a package it is... The disc contains: "1- Windows Kernel...
  • Blog Post: Windows 6 month vulnerability reports released

    Here's a lovely story to tell the Vista fan boys to help them sleep tight at night - the Vista 6 Month Vulnerability reports have been released, and Windows Vista is safer than Mac OSX 10.4, Ubuntu, Novell AND Windows XP. (Gotta love that we've got finally got something concrete to smile smuggly about...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft 'Faculty Connection'

    Semester 1 is about to end in Australia - which probably means plenty of you will be flat out marking assignments and planning classes for next semester. Microsoft's Faculty Connection is a site that operates (in conjunction with MSDNAA) to do exactly that - helps plan your classes for the coming semester...
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