Paul Andrew

Technical Product Manager for Office 365 at Microsoft
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    .NET Developer Bloggers in New Zealand

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    Borrowed from Tim Sneath a list of .NET Developers in New Zealand who have a blog. Feel free to add a comment to this page to get yourself on the list - it's a short list so far. Chris Auld - Regional .NET User Group Leader Kirk Jackson - Wellington ...
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    New Zealand Developer Roadshow in November

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    In November (yes in a couple of weeks) we will be running a developer and business event in three cities within NZ, we will be visiting: Wellington – 8 th Nov – Duxton Hotel Christchurch – 16 th Nov – Christchurch Convention Centre Auckland – 17 th Nov...
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    Marlborough Sounds for the Holiday Weekend

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    I've spent the holiday weekend a bit off the beaten track in the Marlborough Sounds (Mahau Sounds in Moetapu Bay to be exact). I've also just published the ASP.NET web site for the Catamaran Yacht we stayed on Panache Cat .
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    Fraud in Ministry of Health in New Zealand

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    An Australian IT worker (a project manager) John Bernard Denison was sentanced today in Wellington , New Zealand. He had worked at the Ministry of Health in Wellington, New Zealand - where I live - how rude - and apparently had hacked the Ministry of...
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    Windows Media Center Edition 2005

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    I'm running Windows Media Center Edition 2005 at home and is't very cool. Sometimes it's not though. I was just sitting on the couch watching the start of Everybody Loves Raymond. My wife walks in and rewinds it back to the start so I get to watch all...
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    End of the Week

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    Well, yes I did get my Visual Studio Team System install working. A two VPC configuration is much easier to deal with - both running Windows Server 2003. Install the first one as a domain controller with a private domain and remember to include DNS when...
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    Installing Visual Studio Team System

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    I'm working on installing Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 refresh which includes Visual Studio Team System - the server piece. Mostly it's just a case of following the instructions in the docs directory. There's a doc for the database tier and a doc for the...
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    Hello from my Ipaq 4150 b

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    Hopefully I'm now a mobile blogger. This is from a little app called Pocket Blog Writer by Kevin Daly.
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    WiFi Product Idea

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    I don't know if this has been thought of before. I'd like to have a WiFi access point that is cheap and works in two modes. First is regular secured access from the Access Point owner. Second is anonymous mode if you don't enter any security - this mode...
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    MSDN Connection - It's Coming - Slightly Unofficial

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    Frank has an update on the hosting offer for New Zealand and Australia MSDN Connection members.
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    Travel Diary - not

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    I'm in a SQL Server 2005 Developer Course that Bob Beauchemin is teaching in Bellevue today. Yesterday was about SQL Server 2005 scalability and reliability and tomorrow is about SQL Server 2005 business intelligence. And it makes me think that I should...
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    TechEd NZ Feedback Ahoy

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    I just found Andrew Dixon's TechEd notes , disguised as Mr Dee. Cutting.
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    TechEd NZ Speaker Feedback Links

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    TechEd New Zealand Feedback from Nic Wise , presenter of DEV403: .NET Framework: Writing Faster Managed Code. Nic is yet another fan of the Mexican Cafe next door to TechEd this year. Kevin Daly posted some thoughts on the NZ event. Tony Bain (recently...
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    More TechEd New Zealand Media

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    Svelte ?
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    MSDN Connection - Welcome Pack Arrives

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    My welcome pack has arrived. I'm a dedicated developer. Hmmm... The "Score Some Recognition" brochure included seems to have some errors. Check out the real New Zealand MSDN Connection information. The contact point for feedback and questions about MSDN...
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    Another TechEd New Zealand Press Article

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    TechEd New Zealand and in particular the Architects track hit the front page of our local Computerworld paper today. I liked this quote: Although the Sky City centre is larger than previous venues, it seemed smaller, he says, providing a “great opportunity...
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    TechEd New Zealand Keynote

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    I'm so much more relaxed this year as I don't have to orchestrate keynote speeches. Those things inevitably mean working until 3am the night before perfecting the latest slide changes and then being back stage by 7am. I had two keynotes to run last year...
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    Other TechEd New Zealand Bloggers

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    It's the end of the day in my hotel room at TechEd New Zealand. Before I shutdown my GPRS for the evening, here's some other TechEd NZ bloggers I found. TechEd Bloggers Main Site Nic Wise in the session most predicted to be packed Harry Pierson...
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    TechEd New Zealand Day 1

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    Day 1 of TechEd New Zealand is done. We had a smooth registration of 1800 people - thanks to the 600 people who can in on Sunday afternoon to register, lessening the load of registration this morning. The non-IT keynote by Dr Joe MacInnis was really good...
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    TechEd New Zealand Abstracts Updated

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    We have updated the schedule page to link to the updated abstracts for each of the TechEd sessions. http://www.microsoft.com/nz/teched/schedule.aspx Updates to the schedule and more information about our excellent 75 speakers at the conference will...
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    TechEd New Zealand 2004 Locked Down Schedule

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    It's live all the session titles, speakers and timeslots at http://www.microsoft.com/nz/teched/schedule.aspx . I was going to say you heard it here first, but I called my manager to tell him just now. What an effort to get that signed off. It prints best...
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    TechEd New Zealand Schedule publishing soon

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    The TechEd New Zealand schedule including all the sessions, speakers and timeslots is complete. I expect we'll see it published this week. In case you weren't aware our draft list of sessions are already published here .
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    TechEd New Zealand 2004 Content Updated

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    Almost all of the planned 120 break-out sessions have titles and abstracts for the sessions published now. I am expecting up to 30 speakers from Microsoft corporate many of whom are published on the web site. We had 22 at TechEd 2003. Also we have published...
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    TechEd New Zealand Registration Site is LIVE

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    It's alive, or has been born as our webmaster would say. You can check out details of TechEd New Zealand and register here. Get the early bird discount by registering before 30th June 2004. http://www.microsoft.com/nz/teched/
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    TechEd: CTS405 Connected Systems: Choosing a Hosting Model - Dealing with Threads, AppDomains, and Processes

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    Lance Olson presented this session with a pleasant mix of analogies and deep technical stuff. The slides are also a great source of his hints and tips. Things (managed code or killer whales - an analogy) run in an app domain, some things can have multiple...
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