• JrzyShr Dev Guy

    What Do You Get Out of User Groups?

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    When I started this job about a year and a half ago, I didn't know much about user groups and community. I was aware of the NJ MS Developer Group that met in the local Microsoft office only because it was run by some of my fellow MCS consultants. I figured...
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    Infragistics Releases Public Beta of new WPF Controls

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    While we're on the topic of user eXperience... At the Vista & Office launch events in January & February, you may have caught some of the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) demos. During those demos, we showed off some of the new WPF controls...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    NJ User eXperience Group Kick Off Meeting March 22nd

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    There's a whole slew of new user experience technologies out there these days. WPF, Vista, CAB, AJAX, etc, etc, etc. A while back, I posted how Chip Lemmon has been looking to form a new user group to focus on these UI design and development. Now the...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    devCouncil NYC This Thursday: Robert Holmes on MOSS 2007

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    After taking the month of February off, devCouncil is back! This Thursday, March 15th, is the March devCouncil in NYC from 1-5pm. Immediately following the devCouncil is the monthly meeting of the NYC .NET Developers Group from 6-8pm. This month's devCouncil...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Code Camp NYC II - Thanks!

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    I want to thank everyone who came out to attend the second NYC Code Camp last week. Code Camp NYC II took place in the New York City offices of Microsoft on Saturday March 3rd. Over 150 of you showed up to attend 29 sessions delivered by 25 speakers ...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    March Area User Group Meetings

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    The first week and a half of March have already passed, but there are still some great user group meetings scheduled for the remainder of March. Check out the line-up: New Jersey Central NJ .NET User Group – Security with AJAX – Anthony Lombardo, Infragistics...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    DST Came Early This Year

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    So how's everyone doing post-DST2K7? Did everyone survive? All my appliances seem to function just fine. Computers too. Only glitch seems to be my Windows Mobile Smart Phone which did not pick up the update for the earlier daylight savings time in the...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Where in the world is JrzyShr Dev Guy?

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    No posts for almost a month... what gives?! Well, I'm not the type who normally fusses over his blog or tells you about every breath I take or every move I make. However, given that is is a forum folks are coming to to learn about developer events in...
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    Code Camp NYC II Registration Now Open

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    The moment has arrived! Registration for Code Camp NYC II on March 3rd is now open. Register Here There's a great line up of sessions and speakers , so be sure to sign up soon before the event fills up! Remember, code camps are always free, so there...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Welcome Michael Gartenberg to the Team

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    Well, the cat is out of the bag. Michael Gartenberg from Jupiter Research is joining the evangelism team at Microsoft . Michael will be joining our team as an enthusiast evangelist. From Michael's announcement post yesterday: What is an enthusiast evangelist...
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    Help Wanted in Philadelphia

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    Looking for work in the Philly area? Mark Magliocco , a member of the Philly.NET community, has started a free local job board. You can find it here . http://www.localjobguide.com
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Code Camp NYC II Preliminary Schedule Posted

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    The preliminary schedule of sessions & speakers for Code Camp NYC II has been posted. You can view it at http://nyc.codecamp.us Registration is not open yet... but will be opening very very soon! Stay tuned here and to the Code Camp NYC web site for...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Central Jersey .NET User Group Update

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    The Central Jersey .NET User Group which meets at the Infragistics office in East Windsor is in the process of being "re-booted". Tony Lombardo and Ed Blankenship have stepped up take the lead of the NJDOTNET. Ed recently sent out the first edition of...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Chewbacca, Transform and Fly Out!

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    This may be my first "Andy Rooney moment" on this blog, but I feel like a crusty old man today. Growing up in the 80s, I was a huge fan of the cartoon show The Transformers, as well as the complete line of toys that the show hawked. Yes, "hawked". I never...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Philly.NET Center City User Group Forming

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    The Philly.NET community has been very strong, thanks in part to the dedication of Bill Wolff and others who have led that group for the past five years. While always popular, sometimes it can be hard for folks from center city or south Jersey to make...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    arcDevBrainPick this Friday

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    This Friday is our monthly arcDevBrainPick at 10:00am EST. This is your opportunity to pick the brain of your local developer and architect evangelists. Bill Zentmayer and I are out in Seattle this week at an internal Microsoft conference. We'll be up...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Announcing: Code Camp NYC II - March 3rd, 2007

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    Many of you who have attended the various community events I have participated in recently have heard me talk about code camps. Code Camps are "grass roots" mini application platform developer conferences, free of charge to attendees and open to presenters...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Web Service Software Factory 1.0 Released

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    The patterns & practices team has been really busy lately delivering quality software. Check out the new Web Service Software Factory . What is it? The Web Service Software Factory (also known as the Service Factory) is an integrated collection of...
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    Jim Alchin Says Goodbye

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    Yesterday was Jim Alchin's last day at Microsoft. Jim has been one of the executives who has led the Windows team for quite some time now. Now that Vista is out the door, he's looking forward to spending some time off. In a "good-bye" post on the Windows...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Location Change for the Long Island .NET User Group Meeting Tonight

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    I just posted the list of area user group meetings for February. Quick reminder to stand out here... both the NJ MS Developers group and the new Long Island .NET user group are meeting tonight! In New Jersey, Jeff Lyttle from Microsoft Consulting Services...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    February Area User Group Meetings

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    Another month, another great line up of topics at the NJ/PA/NY area user groups... New Jersey NJ MS Developers Group – Tuesday, February 1st - Windows Presentation Foundation - Jeff Lyttle, Microsoft Consulting Services NJ Enterprise VB User Group – This...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    How To Run As and Develop As a Non-Administrator for Security and Protection

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    Earlier this month at the Northern NJ User Group (N3UG), Randy Hayes delivered an excellent talk on Developing and Running as a Non-Administrator . You may think that running as a non-administrator won't be pleasant, but it's for you and your application...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Free Wi-Fi in North America (no joke!)

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    Starting next week, if you're running Vista on your laptop, you can get free wi-fi access at any T-Mobile hotspot in North America until April 30th . Personally, I'm a Dunkin' Donuts guy, but that's a nice deal for folks who frequent Starbucks and other...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    WPF/E Links for Developers

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    Via Leon Brown ... Back in December, Microsoft announced the first CTP of "WPF/E", a great new solution from Microsoft for delivering rich, cross-platform, interactive experiences including animation, graphics, audio, and video for the Web and beyond...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Just Released!

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    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...
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