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  • Blog Post: Can You Stomach the Smack!Down?

    As you can tell from the other videos we’ve released over the week, no other breakout session at TechEd comes close to the energy, interactivity and pure fun, than the Smack!Down. Some (speakers) have commented that it’s not a “real” session, because it’s not “serious.” I say that it doesn’t get more...
  • Blog Post: TechEd kicks-off: How to win Smackdown entry tags

    TechEd Australia 2009 is off an running, it was real busy on the expo-floor tonight, it was great to see the Window phone stand getting lots of people dropping by to see what we have on show, and a good crowd at the Intro to Windows Mobile 6.5 session too. Smackdown is coming again at TechEd 2009 – Friday...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone @ TechEd : HOLs & Interactive Theatres

    Here is part 2 of answering the question "I want to get across as much of Mobility & Windows Mobile as I can this year, what are the sessions I should attend, and how do they fit together?" Along with the break-out sessions at TechEd, there are also Hands-on-Labs(HOLs) being run, plus on...
  • Blog Post: Windows phone @ TechEd Australia : The session overview

    TechEd is nearly on us again and again Mobility (Windows phone, SCMDM, Security, Development) has a strong list of sessions at TechEd 2009 Australia, we wanted to address the question of "I want to get across as much of Mobility & Windows Mobile as I can this year, what are the sessions I should...
  • Blog Post: Scarcity

    Scarcity is a well known, and thanks to Social Scientists, proven, characteristic of influence. The scarcer something is, the more people will desire it. I always find it intriguing that in taste tests people actually find the scarcer choice tastier. They don’t just want the food more, or will pay more...
  • Blog Post: All the Toys

    There’s a lot that happens at TechEd in Australia, which to non-geek may seem, well, boring. At least that’s what my wife says. In the Microsoft ecosystem, however, it’s the conference that is chock full of the latest technology. You can get down and dirty with servers, and wireless networks, operating...
  • Blog Post: We Aim to Fail

    In a conversation with someone (outside the tech industry) the other day, I asked the question “Why do you think Microsoft holds events like TechEd at a conference centre like at the Gold Coast?” and his response, no lies, was “Because they want a junket.” This from an accountant. Of course this couldn...
  • Blog Post: Master Codemason Competition – The finalists announced

    The three Master Codemason Competition finalists have been decided, and are all booked for their trip to TechEd next week. We were really impressed by the range of entries we received, covering Lifestyle apps, Music & Video, Business, Utility, Travel, Education – there was social networking integration...
  • Blog Post: How to win a TechEd ticket

    With TechEd Australia all sold out there's still a way for you to win a fully paid ticket to TechEd Australia on the Gold Coast (with 3 nights accom & flights)!  Enter the Master Codemason Competition Simply submit your Windows Mobile app concept by this Friday - August 21, 2009 and you could...
  • Blog Post: Debug Days – Rego’s now open

    Timing is close we know so here are the rego links for next weeks Debug Days – all start @ 4.30pm at the Microsoft office in each location. Brisbane – Monday 10th : Level 9, 1 Waterfront Place, Brisbane . Sydney – Tuesday 11th: 1 Epping Road, North Ryde . Melbourne – Wednesday 12th: Level 5, 4 Freshwater...
  • Blog Post: Codemasons’ Debug Days are coming – next week!

    Next week we will be holding a series of events to help developers get their application development moving for Windows Mobile 6.5 and into Marketplace. These Debug Days will be held from 4.30pm till 9pm on; Monday August 10th – Microsoft Brisbane, Level 9 Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle St, Brisbane...
  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile 6.5 – Dev Training : Jumpstart Live Meeting #3

    Registration for #3 in the Codemason’s Guild Live Meeting Series (Jumpstart) is open. Friday July 31st at 1pm is the 3nd in our series of Live Meetings to help Australian developers get started developing for Windows Mobile 6.5 – and to get those apps in Marketplace ( Windows Marketplace for Mobile ...
  • Blog Post: Codemasons’ Guild – Jumpstart Live Meeting #2 Q&A

    Last Friday James McCutcheon , Dave Glover & I (DonK) hosted the second in the Codemasons’ Guild Jumpstart series. If you want to review the first two LiveMeetings or look at either for the first time – head to www.codemasons.com.au , Jumpstart #1 is up, and Jumpstart #2 will be shortly. We had some...
  • Blog Post: Jumpstart Live Meeting #2 – today 1pm

    Don’t forget the second in the Codemasons’ Guild Jumpstart Live Meeting series takes place today, 1pm. If you haven’t registered already, then head to http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/InviteOnly.aspx?EventID=69-37-B7-CD-C8-36-0B-BE-A3-7D-8A-9E-99-94-9E-CE&culture=en-AU We will be covering off getting...
  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile 6.5 – Dev Training : Jumpstart Live Meeting #2

    Registration for #2 in the Codemason’s Guild Live Meeting Series (Jumpstart) is now open. This Friday at 1pm is the 2nd in our series of 3 Live Meetings to help Australian developers get started developing for Windows Mobile 6.5 – and to get those apps in Marketplace ( Windows Marketplace for Mobile...
  • Blog Post: Codemasons’ Guild – Jumpstart Live Meeting #1 Q&A

    Last Friday James McCutcheon , Jeff Alexander & I (DonK) hosted the first in the Codemasons’ Guild Jumpstart series. If you want to review the LiveMeeting or look at it for the first time – keep an eye out on www.codemasons.com.au it will be posted there in the next few days. We had some fantastic...
  • Blog Post: Codemasons’ Guild Jumpstart Series – Live Meeting 1 today

    Don’t forget the first in our series of Live Meetings on 6.5, Marketplace & App Dev for WinMo is happening today – 1pm. Today’s Live Meeting will provide what’s new in 6.5 and outline what Marketplace is. If you haven’t registered yet, head to www.codemasons.com.au to register. Looking forward to...
  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile 6.5 developer training – Jumpstart series

    Next Friday at 1pm is the first of a series of 3 Live Meetings to help Australian developers get started developing for Windows Mobile 6.5 – and to get those apps in Marketplace ( Windows Marketplace for Mobile – Open for Developer registration ) to distribute/sell to the millions of Windows Mobile users...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Ramp Up series – moving from the desktop to mobile

    The Windows Mobile dev team have put together a series of tutorials called Ramp Up. The series is aimed to help if you currently develop using Visual Studio and want to move your skills to the Mobile platform, taking advantage of Marketplace to sell mobile apps. The series is made up of 7 topics covering...
  • Blog Post: SWMUG Nostalgia Night - Preamble

    Tonight, (Tue Jan 13) at the Sydney Windows Mobile Usergroup, we host our annual “Nostalgia Night.” As this is our first meeting of the year, at a time when vendors are showing off the future of technology at Macworld and Consumer Electronics Show, but when many of our members, as well as potential presenters...
  • Blog Post: Office on the Beach - Panel members

    At TechEd Australia 2008 this evening, 5.30pm in Bayside 202/203 is the "Office on the Beach" panel session. The panelist we have lined up for today include; Scott Taylor, General Manager - Rich Mobile Media, Telstra Robin Simpson, Enterprise Mobility Analyst, Gartner Rajeev Govinnage...
  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile @ TechEd Australia

    Windows Mobile & Mobility solutions has a strong list of sessions at TechEd 2008 Australia, we wanted to address the question of "I want to get across as much of Mobility & Windows Mobile as I can this year, what are the sessions I should attend, and how do they fit together?" Once you have registered...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Interview series: WMOz talks to James McCutcheon

    James McCutcheon is another of the Australian Windows Mobile MVPs, and will be presenting a number of sessions at TechEd Australia. RickA caught up with James and interviewed him for the WMOz blog; Part 1: James talks about his background, and the first of his sessions @ TechEd Part 2: James discusses...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Interview series: WMOz talks to Dr Neil Roodyn

    Dr Neil Roodyn is one of the key Windows Mobile MVPs, and a regular presenter at TechEd, ReMIX, and other developer, Live Services and Mobile focused events. Dr Neil will be delivering a number of sessions at TechEd Australia this year, and RickA caught up with Dr Neil when he was in the Microsoft Sydney...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Interview series: Amit Chopra, Visual Studio team

    In the second post of the series of interview with our TechEd speakers, this is an interview with Amit Chopra, who runs part of the Visual Studio team, covering developer tools focused on mobility. Amit will be talking at TechEd Australia on web application and Silverlight development for Windows Mobile...
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