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  • Blog Post: Discounts on Microsoft Certification Exams

    In case anyone is interested in taking some Microsoft Exams, we have some discounts on them.  Here is the announcement talking about the discounts: Get up to 25 percent off select Microsoft Certification exams In this tough economy, are you looking to get ahead? Do you want to stand out? Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Developing for the Clouds

    I wanted to start a conversation with everyone on the thoughts around Cloud Computing.  I have been using Azure for a while now and I have found some interesting things out about it. Before I start talking about those things though, I wanted to see who was planning on using this technology or who...
  • Blog Post: CannonPI teaser video

    There is a new video up on youtube that is the beginning of many more videos.  You should check it out and look for for more coming soon. Also, see if you recognize any of the people in this, feel free to post here who you think they are.
  • Blog Post: MSDN updates

    Scott Hanselman did a great post about some of the new and upcoming features of MSDN that everyone should check out if you haven’t already.  You can read all his great details here . This got me thinking about MSDN and some of the new things that I have noticed. I think my favorite thing that is...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Elevate America

    If you are thinking about a career in IT, this is a great new think that you can look into.  According to the site: Microsoft is partnering with private, public and community organizations to bring you Elevate America – access to free and low cost resources to help you get the skills, training,...
  • Blog Post: Feedback and Microsoft

    There are a lot of different ways that feedback can get to Microsoft and a lot of different ways that it can be handled.  For suggestions for making our products better, one of the best methods is to use Microsoft Connect . One of the things that aren’t know as well is that when our developers look...
  • Blog Post: KB articles are moving

    As noted here , we are going to be moving our KB articles off of support.microsoft.com and instead putting them on MSDN and TechNet so that developers and IT Professionals are able to find the information easier. Here are some of the changes you can expect to see: All http://support.microsoft.com Web...
  • Blog Post: New information coming

    I am sorry that I haven’t written anything in a while.  I will be back to writing more soon.  I have been working on a special project and also going to a technical session at work for the last few months that have kept me really busy. Expect to see some new updates from me.  I am really...
  • Blog Post: Where do you go to find answers?

    There are more and more sites coming online that allow you to ask questions.  So which site(s) do you use? Traditional These sites are more of the old way of finding out answers, you don’t really interact, just find your answer on the existing documentation that is posted: http://support.microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Creating an Auto-complete textbox

    It seems that auto-complete is very popular these days with different sites.  So I wanted to show you how you can create your own Auto-complete textbox on your web sites.  There are two ways that this can be accomplished depending on what you are using and what you want to use. Ajax control...
  • Blog Post: New place to find some great web information from Microsoft

    There is a new site that has a lot of really cool information from Microsoft in the web space.  Take a look at http://www.microsoft.com/web/default.aspx This was talked about by Joe here . There you can get to things like blogs and other great content related to web development.  You can also...
  • Blog Post: Who are you most looking forward to listening to at the PDC

    There are a lot of great speakers and a lot of great topics this year at the PDC.  Who are you looking forward to hearing from the most? Of course there are some great keynote speakers like Scott Gutherie but for the sessions , here are my favorites: ASP.NET 4.0 Roadmap by Scott Hunter ASP.NET and...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET and Codeplex

    Just wondering how many people are using the projects up on Codeplex and what you guys think.  There are a lot of different ones from Microsoft up there, especially the ASP.NET team.  Such as: AJAX Control Toolkit ASP.NET ASP.NET Alerts Are you using these projects?  Do you just download...
  • Blog Post: Resource Guide to Free Microsoft Software and Online Services

    If you are looking for Free Software and Online Services then this post will point you in the right direction.   If you are looking for general information about Microsoft products and software I recommend visiting the main site Microsoft.com .  For a list of up to date Free Software and...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Tip: Letting Microsoft know about your problems/requests

    Not sure if everyone knows of the various options that there are for communicating with Microsoft so I wanted to let you know about some of them here. Bugs or problems You can log these on the various forums that we have, the forums are found here .  Also, if it is a bug, you can enter it on our...
  • Blog Post: Important blogs to visit regularly

    While I like to think of my blog as a “must read”, I wanted to give out a list of some of the blogs that I think are really important to keep up with, either by visiting the blog or by subscribing to the RSS feed. Microsoft Update WSUS WSUS issues Security SWI blog Malware protection Vista Security Minded...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Optimization for your IT

    I haven’t seen a whole lot of information coming out about how Microsoft can help you optimize your IT infrastructure so I thought I could mention it. You can read more about the whole program at http://www.microsoft.com/optimization/default.mspx There is more information on our Server and Tools site...
  • Blog Post: Improving Time-Critical Code written in C

    Writing web pages is very similar to writing any other type of code.  You have to understand how it is going to be used and where you need to really make things run as quickly as possible. There are a number of tips on this blog already that deal with managed code and ways to optimize it. ...
  • Blog Post: IE8 Beta 2 Update

    So I have now been able to install Beta 2 on my machine and I just wanted to give my thoughts on it so far. Installation This was a little bit of a problem for me and the Beta 2 package didn’t uninstall Beta 1 automatically for me on my Vista x64 machine.  It told me to uninstall the previous version...
  • Blog Post: IE8 Beta 2 is now out

    In case you haven't seen already, as announced here , IE8 Beta 2 can now be downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/ie8 . Why is this important?  Well, Beta 1 was for developers to see the new browser and test their sites with.  This beta is about everyone.  I'd really suggest taking...
  • Blog Post: Logic Puzzle: Jelly Beans

    Hope this one is a little harder then the last one.  Please keep in mind that all comments will remain hidden until I post the answer to allow others to try to solve it. Puzzle You work at a factory that creates bags of jelly beans.  You make three types of bags, one that is all green, one...
  • Blog Post: Hyper-V and Visual Studio 2008 SP1

    So I wanted to post a little bit about my adventure with Visual Studio 2008 SP1 .  I have a virtual machine that has Visual Studio 2008 installed on it.  But it only has about 2 GB of free hard drive space on it.  So when I went to install this service pack, it gave me an error because...
  • Blog Post: Logic Puzzle: What comes next?

    What row of numbers comes next? 1 11 21 1211 111221 312211 13112221
  • Blog Post: Update for viewstate issues

    So a while ago I posted about how to fix the Validation of viewstate MAC failed error .  There is some really exciting news that is coming with Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 and .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1.  One of the improvements that they made for this Service Pack is to help alleviate...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1

    The next service pack is finally available.  If you are using .NET 3.5, or want to use any of the new features that we have been talking about being added in this service pack, I’d strongly recommend you upgrade to this.  You can download it here . So what are the new features in this, well...
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