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  • Blog Post: Top 7 Concerns of Migrating an ASP.NET Application to Windows Azure

    This post is part of a series called “ Windows Azure for the ASP.NET Developer ” written by Rachel Appel , Adam Hoffman , and Peter Laudati . You can see the complete list of posts in the series at the US DPE Azure Connection site. In the previous post of this series , I covered how...
  • Blog Post: Connected Show Episode #8: Project Stonehenge - Java & .NET Interoperability

    Via Dmitry Lyalin’s blog … In this episode we start by talking to Andrew Brust on Microsoft’s move to kill the Oracle Data Provider and how the world is not coming to an end. Then, Peter and I talk again about his trip to JavaOne including HTML 5 vs. RIA applications (like Silverlight). Finally, we jump...
  • Blog Post: MSDN “Suburban” Roadshow: Last Stops Coming in LI & Stamford!

    Bill Zack & I thank everyone who attended our first few stops on the Winter 2009 series of “Suburban” Roadshow events . So far we’ve visited East Windsor, NJ, Parsippany, NJ, and NYC. Thanks to our hosts at Infragistics and Set Focus! There are only two more stops left on this series. So if you weren...
  • Blog Post: MSDN “Suburban” Roadshow Winter 2009 Series

    Today, I’m happy to announce the upcoming Winter 2009 series of MSDN “Suburban” Roadshow events! In November, Bill Zack and I kicked off the “Suburban” Roadshows as a way to bring the latest Microsoft developer technologies directly to where YOU live. The NY metropolitan area is huge. There’s a tendency...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Freedom Roadshow in Pittsburgh this Friday

    Any Steelers’ fans reading out there?  Are you around Pittsburgh? No? You should get there anyway! This Friday, the MSDN Freedom Roadshow is coming to town with a whole day of learning including .NET 3.5, ASP.NET MVC, and AJAX. This is your chance to come see for yourself what all the excitement...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Events are visiting NY & NJ again!

    After quite an exciting Heroes Happen Here Launch , MSDN Events are here again!  This quarter we have some tantalizing new content for you to enjoy, and my colleague Lindsay Rutter is kicking it off in a couple of weeks in New York City and Edison, New Jersey.  Due to some unresolved venue...
  • Blog Post: IASA NY Meeting Tuesday December 18th

    The International Association of Software Architects New York Chapter Chapter Meetings Next Meeting: December 18, 2007, 6 PM. (We meet every 3 rd Tuesday of the month.) Location: The meeting will be held at Microsoft, 1290 Avenue of the Americas on the 6 th floor. Due to heightened building security...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 Professional Install-fests

    So you may have seen the news already elsewhere as I've been on a bit of a blogging break the past month, but it is true. My team here at Microsoft is hosting a series of Visual Studio 2008 "install-fests" at area user group meetings this month! Unless you've been living under a rock somewhere, you probably...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Event in Iselin, NJ Tomorrow: Tuesday, December 4th

    Just a reminder, if folks weren't aware already, there is an MSDN Event coming to the Microsoft office in Iselin, NJ tomorrow afternoon. This is part of the series of developer events going on across the country hosted by Microsoft Across America. Here are the details: Microsoft Office - Iselin, NJ Where...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC Framework Announced at Alt.NET Conference

    I was down in Austin, Texas this weekend attending the Alt.NET conference . Great event and meeting of the minds in the heart of Texas. (Wow, I can't believe how much Austin has grown since the last time I was there in 2000!) Anyway, more thoughts about the conference later. First off, I wanted to let...
  • Blog Post: Announcing ReMIX 07 Boston

    ReMIX07 Boston – Monday-Tuesday, October 8-9, 2007 On the frontiers of the Web, boundaries are blurring—developers and designers, advertisers and publishers, software and services, media and technology, TV and PCs, PCs and mobile devices, producers and consumers. The old order is getting a little MIXed...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Peter & Bill MSDN Roadshow

    Last year, I started a series of events in MS NY & NJ office called "devCouncils". The devCouncils were free half-day events where folks could come learn about the latest developer technologies. We covered topics such as ASP.NET 2.0, the .NET 3.0 stack, and the MS AJAX Library. Since that time, the...
  • Blog Post: And the code just keeps on coming...

    First, the IronRuby bits hit on Monday. Now, the beta 2 bits are out for Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 too. Coming next week, the release candidate of Silverlight 1.0. Get the rest of the story from Somasegar's blog . Get the juicy details over at Scott Gu's blog . And most importantly...
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