Windows Azure Boot Camp–The Webcast Series

Technology is changing rapidly, and nothing is more exciting than what’s happening with cloud computing. Join us for this webcast series, and get up to speed on developing for Windows Azure, the broad-based Microsoft business solution that helps you meet market demands. This series brings the in-person, two-day Windows Azure Boot Camp online. Each webcast…

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Code from camp has been posted

I generally post the code & decks from sessions I deliver at events. This is a quick note to let you know that registered users can now get these files from the Download page on www.BenkoTips.com for User Group Meetings, Webcasts as well as the following events: 9/9 – Heartland Developer Conference 10/2 – SharePoint…

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MSDNEvents.com – now with Azure Boot Camp Schedule!

I just checked the site – www.msdnevents.com – and it looks like all the Azure Boot Camp (ABC) events we are planning for the next few months are now loaded and live for registration. It’s a pretty busy schedule and we will be on the road to cities across the Midwest to help developers get…

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Get your code featured on CNET

How do you build credibility and awareness of the great things you do?  How can you be noticed for doing great things?  I don’t know if you follow the latest, but I recently saw an opportunity I wanted to share. You can get your application and code featured on CNET by checking out a promotion…

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Notes on Running on “Boot from VHD”

As someone who works for Microsoft and does a lot of showing the latest release of things I’ve had to deal with the challenge of building a decent presentation machine. You might think this is easy, but with the rapid rate of change and releases of software, OS’s, Tools and Platforms, having the right configuration…

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Twin Cities Code Camp Code Posted

Now there’s a fun blog post title…ha! This weekend we had 500+ people registered for the 9th Twin Cities Code Camp here in Minneapolis. I was able to participate in a couple sessions and talk about what’s new and possible with various technologies, this time including in that mix SharePoint, Silverlight, WCF Data Services and…

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Finding Sasquatch and other data mysteries with Jonathan Carter on MSDN Radio

This week we explore the mountains of data around us by looking at the Open Data Protocol (OData). Jonathan Carter is a Technology Evangelist who helps people explore the possible with these new technologies, including how to build client and server-side solutions to implement and expose data endpoints. Join us and find out how you…

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MSDN Radio with David Kelley

Join us as we talk with David Kelley about building emotional connections with users, user experience (UX) workflow, and the UX on Windows Phone 7. We’ll discuss the UX on large screens such as the Nike touch wall at the World Basketball Festival and work our way down to small screens on Windows Phone 7….

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More BenkoTips webcasts in September

We’ve got some more webcasts added to the schedule for September. I’m focusing more on data, so the topics of the Microsoft Data Stack and SQL Azure are where we’re starting. I am looking for ideas for future webcasts, so if you want to provide me feedback email me at mike.benkovich@microsoft.com. Details of the webcasts…

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MSDN Radio talks with Walter Ritscher author of Shazzam

This week on MSDN Radio we welcome Walt Ritscher, author of the Shazzam Shader Editor and enthusiast of Windows Phone 7. We’ll find out what’s new and happening with Windows Phone 7 and explore the technology trends that keep us engaged. Walt Ritscher’s enthusiasm for crafting software interfaces blossomed early, first surfacing while coding on…

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