Rob Caron

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  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Tuesday, January 22nd

    Adam Gallant: ALM Challenges- New VS 2012 ALM Webcasts Kevin Richardson: Are You Design-Driven? Probably Not. Beth Massi: Get Started Building SharePoint Apps in Minutes with LightSwitch Lee Stott: Research collaborations to build scientific tools and data analysis services in the Windows Azure cloud...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Tuesday, October 18th

    Learn how to generate and interact with #UML Sequence Diagrams Partner-led MSDN Webcast: Getting Started with LightSwitch Reporting Developing Real-world Applications with LightSwitch – a new ebook by Gill Cleeren Watch: Beth Massi on Tips and Tricks in LightSwitch 2011 Drawbridge: A new form of virtualization...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with Software Development via Facebook

    Just found some really cool content on the Microsoft profile on Facebook for those learning to create applications for the Web and Windows using the free Visual Studio 2008 Express products. Sam used to work with me on my previous team. It looks like he's really enjoying his new gig. Free Software, Free...
  • Blog Post: Can Process Improvement and ALM Really Improve Your Business?

    Andrew Cook just tipped me to this webcast coming later this month. It's always refreshing to see a webcast presented by someone outside of Microsoft. It feels less like an echo chamber, and I'm more likely to hear something I haven't already heard. I'm registered. The term Application Lifecycle Management...
  • Blog Post: Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds

    One of the books I added to my permanent collection earlier this year is Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery (Voices That Matter) by Garr Reynolds . This was around the time I attended VizThink , which filled my head with ideas of how presentations can be more compelling...
  • Blog Post: Assessing Your Current Development Capabilities

    On March 20th there's a webcast scheduled on the topic of Assessing Your Current Development Capabilities . Adopting a product like Team System can be a great opportunity to assess and optimize your current development capabilities. However, before you can improve anything, you need to know what your...
  • Blog Post: Team System Webcasts

    Adam Gallant from Microsoft Canada is hosting a series of Team System Webcasts that will run between now and June with multiple repeats available for each Webcast. See Adam's blog post on the topic ( New VSTS WebCasts ) for links to particular sessions. Visual Studio Team System and MSDN Licensing...
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