April, 2008

  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    The New Look of JrzyShr Dev Guy

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    If you read my blog via its actual web site, you probably noticed some changes yesterday.  After a while of planning and slowly putting the pieces into place behind the scenes, I finally completed an upgrade to the look-n-feel of my blog.  For...
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    Twitter: The Addiction - Six Weeks and Counting

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    How do you know when you're addicted to something?  Twitter is quickly becoming the new crack cocaine!  (Not that I've ever tried that before.  Despite that scandalous NY Post headline , I haven't.)  It's been six weeks now since I...
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    Alt.NET Open Space Seattle Schedule Grid

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    Lots of great discussions going on here at the Alt.NET open space event in Redmond, Wa! Below are the session grids that were assembled Friday evening at the kick off. They were assembled using the classic open-space fashion by all the folks in the room...
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    Go Fresh. Go Local. But not THAT local!

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    From the "only in Jersey" files... Pathmark is a regional grocery chain in the NYC/NJ/Philly metro areas.  They've been running an advertising campaign lately promoting their use of local produce.  It features the words "Go Fresh...
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    Ed Bott Eliminates My Vista Pet Peeve

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    There's been a lot of fuss about the User Account Control (UAC) feature in Windows Vista.  A recent story even made headlines when a Microsoft manager was quoted as saying Microsoft deliberately deigned UAC to "annoy users".  I've...
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    May 2008 Area User Group Meetings

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    It's May!  Despite my allergies, this month features one of my favorite holidays of the year: Memorial Day weekend and "opening day" for the summer season at the Jersey Shore!  While visions of sand and surf are on the horizon, there...
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    Alt.NET on .NET Rocks! and in Seattle this Weekend

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    This weekend is an Alt.NET open space event in Seattle .  (Actually, it's in Redmond, but close enough.)  By the time you read this in the morning, I'll be on a flight out to Seattle to attend.  If you haven't heard of Alt.NET before, you...
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    Philly.NET Code Camp 2008.2 Call for Speakers Now Open

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    Via Steve Andrews ... The call for speakers for the next Philly.NET Code Camp is now open!  Registration is not open yet.  Attendee registration will likely open in a couple of weeks.  Stay tuned here and to the Philly.NET web site for...
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    Philly.NET Code Camp 2008.2 Registration Now Open

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    The call for speakers went out just two weeks ago, and already there is a fully packed session schedule!  Now you can register to attend the next Philly.NET code camp on Saturday May 17th at DeVry University in Fort Washington, Pa. Register Here...
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    Philly.NET User Group in South Jersey Meets Again

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    Last year, Philly.NET spawned off a south Jersey edition of the .NET developer group.  It's tough to organize these meetings and find a location on a recurring basis.  Anyway, thanks to Travis Laborde and others, the South Jersey folks are back...
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    April 2008 Area User Group Meetings

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    Spring is finally here! Fingers crossed, looks like Jersey escaped without any major snow storms this year. (At least this part of Jersey!) The Yanks and Mets are playing in their current stadiums for the last season. The Bradford pear trees are starting...
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    .NET Stock Trader at NYC Connected Systems User Group

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    This month, the NYC Connected Systems user group has a cool meeting planned.  Greg Leake will be in town from Redmond and will present on the .NET Stock Trader application: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/netframework/bb499684.aspx .  This...
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    The Microsoft Community Ecosystem

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    When folks hear that I work for Microsoft, the first question I'm often asked is, "What do you do for them?"  When I tell them that I am a Developer Evangelist, it leads to even more questions.  "Evangelist?!  What type of...
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