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  • Blog Post: Escape Yesterworld!

    Wow, someone had a lot of time on their hands! http://www.escapeyesterworld.com/ One of the more humorous ways I've yet seen to promote the benefits of SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005.
  • Blog Post: Philadelphia SQL Server and Philly.NET User Group Special Event - Itzik Ben Gan "Outside the Box" session

    The Philadelphia SQL Server User Group, Philly.NET User Group, and Microsoft are delighted to together host a special Philadelphia Development Community event with world renowned SQL Server expert Itzik Ben Gan. This event is free but requires advanced registration. SQL querying problems, especially...
  • Blog Post: VSTS Beta 2 VPC Available on MSDN Subscriber Downloads

    This is great! Now you don't have to install the tools to do a test drive. Maybe the developer community could develop custom scripts for hands-on labs that can be shared with others since a standard base VPC image is now available. That would be a great way to help others learn the cool stuff you dig...
  • Blog Post: August Philadelphia SQL Server User Group meeting

    Join the Philadelphia SQL Server User Group August meeting on Wednesday, August 3, 2005 from 5:00 to 8:30 at the Unisys office at 2476 Swedesford Road, Malvern PA 19355 Do your ETL processes require complex workflow management ? Have you encountered limitations in defining your required workflow using...
  • Blog Post: Philadelphia SQL Server User Group meeting - Reporting Services

    Wednesday, July 13, 2005 5:30 PM - Wednesday, July 13, 2005 8:30 PM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Microsoft Malvern Office MPR I 45 Liberty Boulevard, Suite 210 Malvern, Pennsylvania 19355 United States General Event Information Products: SQL Server and Visual Studio. Recommended Audience...
  • Blog Post: Connected Systems Competition

    Do you dare? Show us what a great developer you are! Show us how innovative you can be! Win $50,000 USD. Demonstrate your skills with SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005 and BizTalk by entering the Connected Systems Developer Competition . There are 15 categories that will be used to...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2005 Virtual Hands-on labs available

    Are you ready to experience SQL Server 2005? Announcing the launch of the SQL Server 2005 Virtual Hands on labs. In these labs, you will get to experience many of the new features in SQL Server 2005 including CLR integration, XML support and deep business intelligence integration. Just follow the...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio hands-on lab last week

    Last week we had our second hands-on lab in the Microsoft Malvern office, with 65 attendees. In this lab we reviewed new features in Visual Studio 2005's IDE, generics, partial classes, and other CLR and language changes. The lab was well received, but I put together so many labs that we didn't get through...
  • Blog Post: Pittsburgh .NET User Group meeting on Tuesday

    It was a cold and blustery night... :) I drove to Pittsburgh (and back) on Tuesday night to meet Craig Oaks and the PGH.NET folks for the first time, and gave a presentation about Avalon to kick off the meeting. It looked like around 30 people attended, which was somewhat impressive given that it was...
  • Blog Post: First of our SQL Server Hands-on labs

    On Tuesday we had a hands-on lab around SQL Server 2005, sponsored by Microsoft, the PhillyDotNet User Group, and the Philadelphia SQL Server user group. 63 developers and about 6-8 volunteers came for 2.5 hours in this first intro level lab. Next month (1/11) is the Visual Studio 2005 lab. Each month...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Developer Survey - Prizes!

    From our SQL Server Product Group: This is an invitation given by Microsoft to leading edge application developers to participate in a research survey that seeks feedback on improving the application development experience working with data platforms. In the best interest of developers, the objectives...
  • Blog Post: Code Camp: Greater PA

    There was some great stuff done by Thom Robbins, one of my teammates in the East Region (up in Waltham, MA), with Code Camp II ( http://weblogs.asp.net/trobbins/archive/2004/10/21/246018.aspx ). Forty people presented over 60 sessions over 20 hours in two days. The goal of the Code Camps series is to...
  • Blog Post: PhillyDotNet User Group meeting on 11/17/2004

    We had a great meeting tonight, about 105 people in attendence. Michael Geiser, of SEI (where the meeting was held), gave a 15 minute talk about security issues. This was followed by some user group news by Bill Wolff, the user group leader. Next we had a talk from the sponsor of the meeting, SolvePoint...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server/Visual Studio 2005 Hands-On-Labs in Greater PA

    In conjunction with the PhillyDotNet and Philadelphia SQL Server user groups, we're doing a series of monthly hands-on-labs around SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005. See the schedule at: http://www.phillydotnet.org/Default.aspx?tabid=362 These labs will require attendees to supply laptops and we...
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