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Jason - shoot me your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org
I'll be giving away one or more $100 gift certificates from ThinkGeek every day for about 30 days. See my post here for details:
MicrosoftGroupEvents.com is a web-based event management system that can be used by qualifying organizations to setup and manage event registration for their in-person events and online webcasts. Additionally, the site hosts a content library with more than fifty presentation topics that can be used for your group presentation or meeting. Please note: This site is intended for organizations in the United States although international organizations are welcome to create an account and utilize the site features as appropriate.
Use of this site is available free of charge for organizations in need of web-based event registration and Microsoft product and solution presentation content. Events managed through this site must be Microsoft-themed. Qualifying organizations include, but are not limited to:
Then head on over to this link and download an eval VPC to see how cool this new OS is:
Registration is now open for TechDays Developer 2009 – Defy All Challenges 24-Hour virtual event! For the first time, developers will gather from all over the world in one continuous 24 hours of learning around the clock on April 1, 2009.
The technologies covered will cover Developer Tools, Languages & Practices, Windows Mobile Development, Windows Development and Frameworks, Office & Sharepoint Development, Web Development & User Experience. See the track descriptions here!
Session Submissions still needed! To-date we’ve received many session submissions however we can still use more particularly from the Europe and Asia regions. Encourage your friends and peers in these regions to submit sessions this week. This is a unique opportunity to speak to a global audience! Submit a session at http://www.msfttechdays.com/modules/cft/default.aspx
The 2009 Houston TechFest will be on Saturday Sept. 26. They are looking for speakers on a range of topics on .Net. If you would like to speak please send Michael Steinberg an email with an abstract of the topic you are interested in presenting. Please send the abstract, a bio (including picture), and your shirt size to Speakers@HoustonTechFest.com. Feel free to share this information with any others speakers you know who might be interested in presenting. If you know someone who would like to be a sponsor have them email me at email@example.com.
Folks we are looking to make this TechFest one of the biggest ever. We need your help to make it happen. Make sure to help out any way you can by speaking and/or helping with sponsorship. As the premiere free event in Houston, this is an opportunity for us to come together and just be techs for a day. If you think you know someone who wants to sponsor this thing in some way, ANY way make sure to let Mike know so we can get them on the sponsor list.
Just got this and thought I would share:
The link to the Silverlight 2 installer to use is http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=124807. This link will detect your operating system and download the proper installer for Mac or Windows. In addition, requests for the Silverlight 1 installer will now install Silverlight 2, except for MacPPC machines which will still get the Mac version of Silverlight 1. Silverlight 2 is backward compatible with Silverlight 1 and no changes are required to Silverlight 1 sites.
An all day FREE training event with SQL Server and .Net sessions spread out over three tracks of Business Intelligence, Database Administration, SQL Development, and .Net.
Saturday, August 1, 2009. Attendee check-in will begin at 8:00am until 8:45am with opening comments from 8:45am to 9:00am and the first sessions beginning at 9:15am. A full list of session tracks and schedule is available.
Louisiana State University, College of Engineering
3304 Patrick F. Taylor Hall
Baton Rouge, La. 70803
Link to directions: http://www.eng.lsu.edu/misc/directions.html
Registration is REQUIRED :)
Don Singleton (firstname.lastname@example.org) has started up the web-only version of his popular paper. From Don:
The purpose of Tulsa High Tech is to provide a clearing house for what is happening in the area of High Technology in the Tulsa Area, including education, seminars and workshps, blogging, exhibits, manufacturing, and anything else we can think of. In addition to providing access to class schedules, listings of various groups, and product reviews we intend to cover the human interest side of IT. We will feature profiles of instructors, community service projects, etc.
If you would like to have your user group included on a list of area User Groups, please send me the name of your group, web address, meeting time and location, and email addresses for officers. If you would like to have news of your group included each month, send me what you did last month, and what you plan to do next month. I need to have this by the 15th of each month (absolutely no later than the 20th of each month.)
And if any of your members would like to write technical articles on some aspect of your subject, please send them to me.
BARCELONA, Spain — Feb. 16, 2009 — Today at Mobile World Congress 2009, Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer along with key mobile partners, HTC, LG and Orange, unveiled new Windows® phones featuring new user-friendly software and services. The next generation of Windows® phones will be based on Windows Mobile 6.5 and feature a new user interface and a richer browsing experience. In addition, Windows® phones will feature two new services: My Phone, to sync text messages, photos, video, contacts and more to the Web; and Windows® Marketplace for Mobile, a new marketplace that will provide direct-to-phone mobile applications and can be accessed from both the phone and the Web.
Windows Mobile 6.5 Running on HTC from Jesus Diaz on Vimeo.