• JrzyShr Dev Guy

    MS NYC Bike Tour 2007

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    On Sunday, I participated with a bunch of my Microsoft colleagues in the 23rd annual NYC MS Bike Tour . What a great experience! Our small team of about 31 riders joined over 5,200 others on a 30 mile loop around the edge of Manhattan island . The numbers...
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    Connected Show Episode #8: Project Stonehenge - Java & .NET Interoperability

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    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....
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    Silverlight 2 Fire Starter Coming to NYC September 13th

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    Microsoft Silverlight is a cross-browser, cross-platform, and cross-device plug-in for delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web. By using Expression Studio and Visual Studio, designers...
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    Paste Code into your Blog

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    Via Andy ... If you thought it was hard to get nicely formatted code from your favorite IDE into your blog, you'll be pleased to check out the "Paste from Visual Studio" plug-in for Windows Live Writer . Live Writer is a great tool for posting to your...
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    What's In a Name? Part 2 - "Atlas" Revealed!

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    Three weeks ago, I posted about how the game was on to figure out what the "real" name of the Atlas framework would be. Yesterday, Scott Guthrie ended the suspense with his post revealing the formal name(s) for what has been known as "Atlas" , Microsoft...
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    Windows Phone 7 Firestarters Coming To A City Near YOU!

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    With all the excitement around the upcoming new Windows Phone 7 platform, it was just a matter of time! I’m happy to announce that Microsoft is going to be hosting a series of Windows Phone 7 Firestarter events around the Eastern US starting this month...
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    Windows Azure Dev Camps - Fall 2011 Series Re-Cap

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    Well, five cities and two weeks on the road and the East Coast Windows Azure Dev Camps have come to a close. The tour started in Raleigh, NC on 12/5, and then made its way through Farmington, CT (Hartford), New York City, Malvern, PA (Philly), and Chevy...
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    The Cinderella Dilemma: Revisited

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    A few years back… pre-iPhone era (you can tell from the content), I wrote a post about the Cinderella dilemma suburbanites experience when visiting New York City in the evening.  After rush-hour, the options for catching a train out of the city are...
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    Since You've Been Gone...

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    Well, I'm back from a month of changing diapers and spending some quality time with my two little ones. One month... it goes by so fast, seems like it was so quick that nothing significant could have happened. But, my oh my... what a month! Let...
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    Check? check? 1 – 2 – 3… Hello world! Is this thing on?

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    (oh wait! This is a blog, not a podcast! J ) Well, there… I’ve finally gone and done it! I just officially entered the blogosphere! Phew… now that wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. Just a few strokes at the keyboard and I’m in! Thanks...
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    Announcing ReMIX 07 Boston

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    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...
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    Tragedy at Virginia Tech

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    I received the dreadful news coming out of my alma mater via text messages at a conference in Tampa on Monday. Each update left me more horrified as the news unfolded. There are no words to describe the unprecedented horror that took place at one of my...
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    Windows Phone 7 Developer Launch Events

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    The launch of Windows Phone 7 to consumers is getting closer and closer.  Heck, we can only keep saying “Holidays 2010” for so long!  If you’re a developer, you’re in luck as your ‘launch’ is here NOW!  The tools to build applications for...
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    This just in: WinFx is now .NET Framework 3.0

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    I've always assumed "WinFx" was just a codename for the new developer technologies coming in the Windows Vista release. Now that has been confirmed. WinFx will now officially be known as the .NET Framework 3.0 . You can read more about it at Somasegar...
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    Cloud Computing: Soup to Nuts Webcast Series with Mike Benkovich

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    My colleague, Mike Benkovich , is hosting a series of webcasts that provide a great on-ramp for getting started with Windows Azure.  In this latest “Soup to Nuts” series, Mike will walk you through putting Windows Azure through its paces.  The...
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    Visual Studio Live! NY Community Night – Wednesday 5/16/2012

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    Visual Studio Live! is going on this week on over in Brooklyn this week at the Brooklyn Marriott.  I posted about the event back in March .  It is a GREAT conference for .NET developers to keep up with the latest trends and technologies that...
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    Vista Security vs. iTunes

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    Last year at the AJAX Experience conference in Boston, all of the attendees received an iPod shuffle as part of the swag package. I have four media players I rotate between: a Zune, the iPod shuffle, an iRiver T30, and an old Creative Nomad Zen. I love...
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    Juilliard Student Creates The “Grantophone”, Then Plays The Imperial March On It

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    On Friday December 9, 2011, Microsoft hosted an HTML5 Game Camp at Columbia University.  Folks came out to learn about HTML5 from my colleagues G Andrew Duthie and Lindsay Lindstrom .  Later in the day, the campers hacked away and built games...
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    NYC Silverlight 2 Fire Starter Content and Links

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    Thanks to everyone who attended the Silverlight 2 Fire Starter event in New York City on September 13th . I had a great time helping organize the event and speaking with many of the attendees about Silverlight. There were over 150 folks who made it out...
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    Announcing the Summer 2009 MSDN “Suburban” Roadshow Series

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    Bill Zack and I are happy to announce that we’ll be kicking off a late spring/early Summer 2009 series of the MSDN “Suburban” Roadshow!  There’s a tendency for Microsoft (and other other companies) to host live events in NYC as it’s the center of...
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    Popfly Goes The World

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    There's another new web technology being announced by Microsoft today. Welcome Popfly to the world of mash-ups and other Web 2.0 services! I had heard rumors about this new technology that was formerly code named "Springfield", but hadn't had time to...
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    NJ Microsoft Developers Group Birthday Party

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    Speaking of user group birthday's… It was brought to my attention by Paul Mooney that next week, on December 7 th , the NJ Microsoft Developers group will celebrate its 6 th birthday. That makes the NJ MS Dev group the longest running .NET user group...
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    Connected Show #15 – C# 4, It Ain’t THAT Complex!

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    In this episode, guest Jon Skeet joins Peter to discuss C# 4 in Depth. Jon takes us deep into the guts of C# 4, including how the new dynamic features work. Guest host Glen Gordon joins Peter to discuss the Windows 7 API Code Pack, LINQ to Bing!, Unit...
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    Another Piece of the Live Puzzle Falls into Place

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    Yesterday, a new Windows Live release arrived: Windows Live Writer. When I first heard about Writer internally a few weeks ago, my first thought was, "Oh wow! Are we really doing an online word processor?" But after reading past the teaser introduction...
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    XNA and Robotic Studio Madness

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    Via Dani ... Do you like your XBox? How would you like to build your own games for it? XNA Game Studio Express is a great tool that will let you do just that. Come on out this Saturday to Malvern, Pennsylvania as Nick Landry, Mitch Ruebush, and Lindsay...
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