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The Future of .NET Languages
Hello, Following on from the article on Microsoft Azure Services Platform , I thought I’d also point you in the direction of a further independent article, this time on The Future of .Net Languages and written by Damon Armstrong. Based in Texas, Damon is a senior architect with Cogent Company...
19 Jan 2009
Microsoft Azure Services Platform: Opening Up Cloud Computing
Hello, I thought I’d tell you about an independent article on Microsoft Azure Services Platform , written by David Jacobs of The Jacobs Group. David has over twenty years of computer and networking industry experience. He has managed leading-edge software development projects and consulted to Fortune...
19 Jan 2009
Mix it up!
Hi! I'm Alfred Biehler , working with Microsoft UK alongside Claire in Microsoft's Developer platform group. My focus is on all our UK developers, and I've been given the opportunity to attend the MIX conference at Las Vegas. My expectations of the event was high, and I'm not disappointed! For starters...
5 Mar 2008
Robotics and .NET Fundamentals webcasts
Dan Waters has posted a series of introduction level webcasts on his blog. The content includes: Introduction Getting Started Setting up the Create Serial port communication in VC# Express Teaching the robot to sing More on serial port stuff Setting up and utilizing Bluetooth Driving the robot in a square...
18 Dec 2007
Tales from the Inspiration Tour
The Inspiration Tour is underway and our presenters Ed Dunhill and Ben Coley have so far presented at Manchester Metropolitan University and Staffordshire University. Check out their blogs to read comments from the students and to access links to some great accompanying resources. Next they are off...
11 Oct 2007
We’re very excited in the Academic team, we’re just about to launch the “Inspiration Tour” and we can’t wait to go out and meet you all. Ed Dunhill Ed and Ben will be out on the road during the next six months, so why not take a look at our Inspiration Tour web page...
21 Aug 2007
New book for your summer reading list
Those of you who teach Embedded programming, including those of you involved in our Embedded Pilot Group, should treat your bookshelves to a copy of Embedded Programming with the MIcrosoft .NET Microframework. This useful tome by Donald Thompson (Microsoft Research) and Rob S. MIles (University of Hull...
20 Jul 2007
It may be July and raining but hopefully the sun will soon appear and we can all head to the beach with a good book. Make sure you pack some sun-cream and at least one of the following. Happy holidays! Mobile Development Microsoft® Mobile Development Handbook by Andy Wigley; Daniel Moth; Peter...
3 Jul 2007
The MSDN team are touring - want them to come and see you?
This is an interesting one. Normally, our launch events are large and occur at only a few venues (typically Edinburgh, Harrogate, Birmingham, London and occasionally Bristol). However, the Vista Developer Launch is going to be rather different. After the launch event in Reading, the team are hitting...
14 Dec 2006
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