Steve Lange @ Work

Steve Lange's thoughts on application lifecycle management, Visual Studio, and Team Foundation Server

January, 2008

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    "Planeguage"

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    ..from Delta Airlines.  At least someone understands the kinds of things that frequent travelers have to endure!

    Here's a sample:

    All the videos are posted here, or you can also see them on Delta's blog site.

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    Bill G's Last Day at Microsoft

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    Aired during his keynote at CES:

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    Heroes Happen Here - Get Ready for the Launch

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    heroeshappenhere

    Check out the 2008 Launch site, Heroes Happen Here!

    Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008, and Visual Studio 2008 provide a secure and trusted platform for creating and running your most demanding applications. Combined, the products provide a solid foundation for next-generation web applications, broad support for virtualization technology, and access to relevant information. Advanced security technology, developer support for the latest platforms, improved management and web tools, flexible virtualization solutions, and access to relevant information from throughout your organization enable you to drive your business forward.

    Focus on Visual Studio 2008

    Visual Studio 2008 delivers on Microsoft's vision of enabling developers and development teams to rapidly create connected applications with compelling user experiences for Windows Vista, the 2007 Microsoft Office system, mobile devices and the Web. With the release of Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2, Microsoft is taking a leap forward on its promise to enable developers to harness this next wave of innovation.

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    Come See ' The Big Event'

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    Announcing 'The Big Event'

    Do you miss the old Dev Days events? Do you wish that you could attend a TechEd or PDC, but don’t have the time or budget to get to one? Well the Big Event is for you. Come spend a day with us as we delve into developer and architect topics during the day. With a mix of some your favorite local presenters as well as some from Redmond.

    The day will begin with a keynote from the Microsoft Patterns and Practices team. Peter Provost, a senior development lead from P&P will join us to discuss what P&P has delivered and how you can get started with their guidance.

    The day's events will cater toward both developers and architects, with tracks accommodating both audiences. For developers, Rob Bagby will discuss exposing and consuming data using the Microsoft stack. He'll explore new data services frameworks for developers to exploit. Developers will also be able to learn how to use Office as a developer platform and realize the power of integrating functionality within Office applications themselves, using managed code! We've also brought in VB developer extraordinaire Beth Massi from the VB team to talk about what is new in VB9 for developers and some surprises you might not have known about. This line-up is must see!

    The architect track will examine topics such as why user experience matters. Discussions around why we should be paying more attention to the user interface and what mistakes inhibit application adoption. Peter Provost from P&P will also discuss Agile Development methodologies at Microsoft and how it has been adopted. Finally the Live Platform will be examined. Live is much more than search and Virtual Earth...this session will examine the whole Live platform offerings available to architects.

    This really is going to be a great day of interaction!

    The event is completely free to attend for anyone (registration is required). Details and registration link are below, we look forward to you attending!

     

    When: Thursday, January 31, 2008 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Where: Marriott DTC, 4900 S. Syracuse St, Denver Colorado 80237

    Registration is appreciated: Click here to register

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