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  • Blog Post: New Release: ASP.NET MVC Preview 4

    For those of you who attended the ASP.NET MVC Firestarter we hosted in NY last month, you know that the product team is moving quickly on this technology to get frequent releases out for feedback.  On Monday, Scott Guthrie announced that Preview 4 of the ASP.NET MVC Framework had been released on...
  • Blog Post: Thanks for attending the Silverlight 1.0 Firestarters in NYC & Philly

    Thank you to everyone who attended the Silverlight 1.0 Firestarter events in NYC and Philly . I had a lot of fun participating in both events. Folks seemed to be excited about the content, and the feedback I received was very positive from both events! There were over 100 folks who attended in NYC last...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 1.0 Firestarter Coming to NYC January 26th

    I'm pleased to announce that Microsoft will be hosting a Silverlight 1.0 Firestarter event in New York City this month on Saturday, January 26th! If you missed the Firestarter event Microsoft hosted in the Philly area last month, this is your chance to make up for it. This day long event is free to anyone...
  • 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: 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: 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: ASP.NET AJAX at the Health and Life Sciences Developer Conference

    Thanks to all of you who attended my sessions on ASP.NET AJAX at the Health & Life Science Developer Conference in Atlantic City, NJ earlier this week. You can now download the slides here .
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at AJAX World East in NYC

    Last week, I attended the AJAX World East conference in NYC. The show was hosted by Sys-Con publishing at the Roosevelt Hotel near Grand Central Station. Most of the usual AJAX suspects were there showing off their AJAX tools and frameworks. The biggest sponsors of the conference appeared to be Laszlo...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Just Released!

    At the devCouncils in NY & NJ earlier this month, I said that I anticipated the final release of ASP.NET AJAX "any day now". Well... Hot off the presses! The official 1.0 release of ASP.NET AJAX, including the cross-platform & cross-browser client-side Microsoft AJAX Library, is now available...
  • Blog Post: January devCouncils - NJ and NY

    Thanks to everyone who attended the devCouncil events in NJ & NY this month. This was the third 'set' of devCouncil meetings to take place, since we kicked the program off. This month focused on web development, specifically ASP.NET and the new Microsoft AJAX Library. We'll be taking February off...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET How To Collection

    Ever wanted to know how to do something specific in ASP.NET? My colleague Asli Bilgin from the Microsoft Industry Services team has put together an amazing collection of ASP.NET resources, chuck-filled of How To links that are just great to have around as a handy reference. Here ya go... ASP.NET Quickstart...
  • Blog Post: Cheat Sheets for Microsoft AJAX Library

    Milan Negovan has compiled a series of 'cheat sheets' for the Microsoft AJAX Library . These make a handy dandy reference. Sounds like he's working on additional ones, so I'll have to check back.
  • Blog Post: Google IG-like Prototype built on ASP.NET AJAX + .NET 3.0 + DLinQ

    Omar Al Zabir , from Pageflakes.com , has built a cool prototype using ASP.NET AJAX that implements an 'ajaxified' start page portal site. Cool: Built on ASP.NET AJAX + .NET 3.0 + DLinQ in 7 days! Not as cool... it mimics Google. :) Although, he also has the Windows Live banner at the top?! Check out...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft and Zend announce Technical Partnership: Enhancing PHP on Windows

    The Zend/PHP Conference & Expo is going on this week out in San Jose, California. Bill Hilf, from the Microsoft open-source labs, announced this morning at the keynote that Microsoft & Zend are working together to enhance PHP on Windows. That's right, you read that correctly! Microsoft &...
  • Blog Post: Announcing 'devStream' for Developers

    Today marks exactly one year since I've taken on the Developer Evangelist role at Microsoft here in New Jersey and New York. Since then, I've gotten to meet many wonderful folks in the area developer community via various user groups, code camps, and other events. People often ask me at those events...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft AJAX Library at the AJAX Experience Conference in Boston

    This week I'm attending the AJAX Experience conference up in Boston, Ma. There are couple of folks from the Internet Explorer and ASP.NET AJAX library teams here to participate. Microsoft has a booth where we are talking about both products with the attendees in the sponsor section. We are also holding...
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