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  • Blog Post: Police Department Protects Citizens of Vernon Hills, Illinois with Windows 7

    Repost from the Windows Team Blog Great coverage about the real world Windows 7 and Azure solution developed by Modularis on the Windows Team Blog ! Exciting things are happening here as this excellent solution is evaluated in several countries world wide. This is a great example of leveraging...
  • Blog Post: SoftSol's Traffic Court Management system built on Microsoft platform technologies (VS 2010 RC + Silverlight 3 + WS 08)

    SoftSol USA develops custom IT applications and software products that take full advantage of the latest web technologies and service oriented architecture (SOA), and help customers modernize their legacy applications. They leverage some of their own tools to convert legacy ( COBOL, PowerBuilder, and...
  • Blog Post: Reminder - HPCPAL Jumpstart Event - June 18, 2008 Reston, VA Microsoft Office - Register Today!!

    HPCPAL Jumpstart Event - June 18, 2008 Reston , VA Microsoft Office You are invited to participate in our HPCPAL Jumpstart technical training event for IT Pro's and Developers. This is a one-day immersion style event that can help you get the technical information you require to start deploying...
  • Blog Post: EVENT POSTPONED!!! HPCPAL Jumpstart Event - March 18, 2008 - Washington, DC

    Please note that this event has been postponed. The Windows HPC Server 2008 “Jumpstart” event scheduled for March 18, 2008 in Washington, DC, will be rescheduled. We apologize for the inconvenience. Our intent is to coordinate delivery of this event subsequent to the beta2 release of Windows HPC Server...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008 and SharePoint Resources

    Over on the SharePoint Team Blog is a good post citing resources related to deployments of MOSS/WSS on Windows Server 2008. With the pending launch of the next release of Windows Server, it's important to know the impacts it has on deploying SharePoint Products & Technologies within your organization...
  • Blog Post: Trying to install MOSS 2007 on Windows Server 2008 RC1?

    If you've tried, then you probably had a bit of an "ARGH!" moment when you got this: The first thing you might do is go look for the slipstream installer containing MOSS 2007 + SP1. You'll have another "ARGH!" moment because it doesn't exist yet. Have no fear, you can still install MOSS 2007 on Windows...
  • Blog Post: What should developers know about Windows Server 2008?

    That is a question I recently asked myself. I'm a bit embarrassed to admit that I am unable to provide a solid answer. I know some of the high level bullet points about what's new in IIS7, but I really need to spend some time dissecting the things developers should know about Windows Server 2008. Turns...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

    It was announced today on the Windows Server Team Blog that Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 will return to being available via a separate download for Windows Server 2008 customers. In early betas, WSS 3.0 was included as a component in the Windows Server 2008 configuration. This decision was made to...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008 Developer Training Kit

    Just caught this from James Conard's blog. "The kit includes 15 presentations on topics ranging from IIS7 to the .NET Framework 3.0 technologies, HPC, and virtualization. It also includes 7 hands-on labs, all based on the DinnerNow scenario. These labs include: Introduction to Windows Communication Foundation...
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