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  • Blog Post: Get Started with Node.js + Windows Azure: Resources

    I previously posted the recordings of a Node.js + Windows Azure presentation I gave at the NY Alt.NET user group in January 2012. As a follow-up, here is a bookmark-able post of Node + Azure resources. Want to get started with Node.js on Azure yourself? First, go NOW and get a free 90-day Windows Azure...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure + Node.js at NY Alt.NET

    On January 25, 2012, I gave a presentation at the NY Alt.NET user group about running Node.js on Windows Azure.  It was the first time I’ve given a presentation on Node, so I was a little concerned the talk might be a little rough around the edges.  Luckily I managed to escape without any tomatoes...
  • Blog Post: NYC Code Camp–Oct 1, 2011–Pace University–Registration Now Open!

    It’s that time again!  NYC Code Camp is coming back again in just two weeks.  NYC Code Camp 6 is Saturday October 1, 2011.  This time it’s bigger than ever, moving into a larger space at Pace University in Manhattan! The deadline for registration for the upcoming NYC CodeCamp on Saturday...
  • Blog Post: Philadelphia “Day of Agile” Conference – September 10, 2011 – Call For Speakers

    I posted earlier about the Agile Camp Fire in NYC this weekend.  Word fresh from Stephen Bohlen that there will be a “Day of Agile” event coming to Philly in September.  The call for speakers is open now.  Registration opens 7/15/2011.  Read on for details… As the Agile project management...
  • Blog Post: NYC Agile Camp Fire – Saturday, July 16, 2011

    Not sure how I missed this one earlier, but the Agile Camp Fire is returning to NYC this Saturday on July 16, 2011!  There are still a limited number of spots available. If you’ve been to one of the Agile Firestarter events in New York or Philadelphia over the past year, the Agile Camp Fire takes...
  • Blog Post: Special NYC .NET Dev & NY ALT.NET User Group Meeting June 29th, 2010 with Stephen Toub on Parallel Computing in .NET 4

      Next week, the NYC .NET Developers group and the NY ALT.NET user group are hosting a joint meeting on Tuesday, June 29th with a special guest. Former New Yorker, Stephen Toub is returning to town from Redmond to talk about Parallel Programming with .NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010.  Stephen...
  • Blog Post: NJ Agile Firestarter December 2009 Content Now Available

    Thanks to all of the people who attended the NJ Agile Firestarter in December at the Microsoft offices in Iselin, NJ! The Firestarter was a successful event, and feedback from the attendees was overwhelmingly positive! I’ve never seen as many folks take the time to write handwritten comments...
  • Blog Post: Central Jersey .NET Agile Firestarter – Saturday December 12, 2009

    Another Firestarter event is coming to town! If you’ve been to any of the previous Firestarter events , then you’ll know this one will be sure not to disappoint! Firestarter’s are a full day event where we focus on a single technology and take attendees from intro to guru in hours. The goal is for attendees...
  • Blog Post: Connected Show – Episode #11 – JNBridge: Spanning Java & .NET

    In this episode Dmitry and Peter talk about new product releases including Silverlight 3 and Blend 3 RC, people liking Bing?, Project Morro, Chrome OS and Microsoft's recent Mono announcement. Finally we jump into our interview with Wayne Citrin who talks about connecting Java and .NET applications...
  • Blog Post: Announcing The First New York City ALT.NET User Group Meeting

    Come and be there at the start of something special!  The inaugural meeting of the New York City ALT.NET User Group will be held Thursday, September 25th, 2008 @ 6:30pm. Are you passionate about the profession of Software Engineering, always looking for new learning experiences, stimulated by engaging...
  • Blog Post: Alt.NET Open Space Seattle Schedule Grid

    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 as seen in the picture on the right. There are...
  • Blog Post: Alt.NET on .NET Rocks! and in Seattle this Weekend

    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 can learn more about it on the web at http://altdotnet...
  • Blog Post: One More on the Agile Thread: Tools for Mort

    Nick had another follow up this morning on the agile thread: Tools for Mort Nick has a more positive description of "Mort" then how I commonly hear him referred to as, but probably more accurate. Well worth the read.
  • Blog Post: Between a Rock and a Hard Place: How to Achieve Balance?

    The discussion over whether Microsoft "gets" agile development in the Microsoft community has carried on the past couple of days, with some comments flowing over to Nick Malik's blog . Nick wrote a follow-up to both my post and Martin Fowler's post. Nick delves a little deeper into the discussion on...
  • Blog Post: Shaking out the Innovation

    There's been a lot of talk going on in the Microsoft community ( here , here , here , and here ) lately about agile development and whether or not Microsoft "gets it". Some of this was triggered by a recent post from Martin Fowler on Ruby and Microsoft. After speculating on what direction Microsoft might...
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