FREE ALM Webcast Series in November/December

Application Lifecycle Management is about managing the lifespan of your applications with a set of processes and tools that integrate team members and activities. Visual Studio 2010 focuses on further enhancing the flow of information across your team and improving software quality.  Microsoft invites you to participate in a five part webcast series designed to…

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Ever Thought to Yourself “Wow, Angela has a FUN and AWESOME job in DPE”? Well, we are currently looking for a few good folks to join us!

There are currently several job openings within Microsoft DPE in the Midwest and surrounding states.  And it occurred to me, I have LOTS of friends in the biz who would make awesome evangelists, but they probably have no idea that the we are looking for people.  RIGHT NOW! Below are 3 of the openings that…

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Some Great FREE Windows Phone and ALM Sessions coming to IL, IN and WI in November!

Successful Agile ALM Using Modern Techniques. – Fast. Forward. Thinking. In this free seminar, we will explore how to leverage Application Lifecycle Management in an Agile environment. Join us as we dive into Microsoft’s tools, the basics of Scrum, emergent architecture and Agile testing. Centare’s panel of experts will provide a beginning to end overview…

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What I am Chattering about Lately (and REPEATEDLY) on Twitter Lately

In case you haven’t heard, I am ALL OVER social networking.  If you follow my personal account, it’s full of cooking stories and food pics, DIY and crafting advice, My Fluevog shoe obsession, cute pictures of my dog, cute pictures of OTHER people’s dogs and tech stuff.  Maybe not your cup of tea, cause you…

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These are a few of my favorite things… by which I mean Windows Phone Mango updates!

If you’re picturing me dancing around a huge bedroom in a long white governess’ nightgown (a la Julie Andrews in A Sound of Music) you’re not far off!!  So like everyone else, I have been waiting with bated breath for the Windows Phone update called Mango.  Don’t get me wrong, I loved my original Windows…

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