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  • Blog Post: Devteach in Vancouver and Party with Palermo

    I'll be speaking on Silverlight at Devteach in Vancouver the week of November 26th. Devteach is an awesome conference - and this year has a full track on XNA - which should be interesting. And improving on things this year, Jeff Palermo is throwing one of his "Party with Palermo" free parties at the...
  • Blog Post: German VFP, SQL Server and .NET conference in October

    I'll be speaking at a conference in Frankfurt, Germany on November 8-10. I'll be keynoting the VFP conference and doing a session on VB.NET (including things like LINQ, Silverlight and future releases). This is one of my all time favorite conferences - Rainer really focuses on the attendees - great food...
  • Blog Post: VFP and the VB Interop Toolkit

    I'm here in Prague , have to head back to the conference for the Q&A session, but spent some time reading my RSS Feeds. Bernard Bout has a "How To" article on using the VB Interop Control Toolkit with VFP. I showed this in my keynote here, using a similar example. I also used the kit to create a...
  • Blog Post: Off to Prague!

    I'll be leaving this week for the annual VFP Devcon in Prague , Czech Republic. This is the largest VFP conference in the world and I had a great time there last year. Great speakers, great price.
  • Blog Post: MVP Summit!

    Tomorrow afternoon, the fun begins. First, a BBQ at Rod Paddock's house, followed by the Palermo Party . Lots of folks from my team will be at the latter - should be great. Then, on to business, our Community team is throwing breakfasts on Monday and Friday for around 20 MVPs each - to talk about some...
  • Blog Post: Theory of Constraints and TDD

    While on my recent trip I was doing a lot of talking about Test Driven Development and Agile approaches in general. One night I was having dinner with someone and I was introducing him to Eliyahu Goldratt and his Theory of Constraints . In his book The Goal , Goldratt sets the framework for his theories...
  • Blog Post: Off on another speaking tour

    I'm heading out tomorrow morning to Atlanta and Knoxville where I'll be speaking at the following locations: Atlanta FoxPro Users Group - speaking about Sedna Atlanta Code Camp - speaking about Test Driven Development East Tennessee .NET User Group - speaking in Knoxville about Test Driven...
  • Blog Post: Sorry that I've been quiet lately

    It's been a really busy month and it's not ending yet. Just back from the Advisor Devcon for VFP in sunny Phoenix, and I'm off tomorrow to Prague for a conference there . I hope to find time to update this blog soon. Just thought I'd check in.
  • Blog Post: Speaking at Advisor Devcon

    As Doug mentions , Advisor is offering a discount for their conference (Phoenix, AZ from Augst 27-31). I'll be there doing the keynote, a session, and just meeting with people. Like Doug, this will be my 16th Devcon, I only missed the conference in 2001. If you're there, please say hello.
  • Blog Post: WCF in Montreal

    Julie Lerman points to an instance of WCF in Montreal . Well, I got one too. <g> (click to enlarge)
  • Blog Post: Devteach update

    It's almost 5pm on Wednesday - Devteach is moving along really well. The keynote went well - spoke all about LINQ, DLinq and XLinq and things that are now available in the new CTP . People liked the new LINQ designer, and my quick demo of Linq over Datasets (new to the CTP). Yes, there is a new Tech...
  • Blog Post: Made it to Montreal

    It's 12:30am, and I've gone thru my keynote once again - just making sure that everything is set up properly. Time to get some sleep so I'm ready for the 8am talk. Should be a lot of fun, I always enjoy showing off the work that the LINQ team is doing. Had dinner tonight with a group of friends -...
  • Blog Post: Thoughts on inventing, Devteach, and cleaning stuff up

    As I prepare for my new gig at MSCOM, I’m cleaning up things from my current position – archiving emails, making sure sharepoint sites are updated, things like that. I’m also preparing for my trip to Devteach next week (with a quick stop at VTDotNet on Thursday evening). Anyway, I’m reading some...
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