The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

"My life belongs to the whole community and as long as I live it is my privilege to do for it whatever I can." - George Bernard Shaw

May, 2004

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    Yet Another TechEd posting from a Microsoftie

    Yeah, I know everyone is blogging about TechEd right now, but I feel I need to get my comments in before it gets completely stale. This year, Microsoft decided to hold it in San Diego, a great city and was a wonderful choice to hold TechEd 2004. Of course...
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    The p&p DJ

    I think it was Bill Gates who once said that we always overestimate where technology will take us in the short-term (2-3 years) but underestimate where we will be in 10 years. I think there's a tremendous amount of wisdom in that observation. If you think...
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    The Shadow-facts of life

    OK, I like to pick on myself as the marketing guy that lost his technical skills in b-school. But, in truth, I still pride myself of having a nice balance of business and geekness and staying fairly current on what's going in the developer/architect world...
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    Coming down from the summit

    So the first p&p Summit has finally come to a close and I can't help but feel like a proud father after the birth of his first child. I say father because the mother does all the work in that situation and in this case, Keith Pleas was mom. He was...
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    We've Reached The Summit!

    Tomorrow is finally the day. We're running the first patterns & practices Summit . I'm really excited to see how this turns out. Keith Pleas has done a tremendous job as conference chair and people are really responding to both the concept as well...
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