2 in 1! A Metro primer and a webcast.

If you waited on reading my 5-part Metro and Mobile app design series until the final post, there’s great news in that you can now read each of them online.  Also, if you want an overview of the developer perspective of Windows Phone, from a development standpoint as well as a Marketplace and marketing strategy…

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Want some tips on Release Management?

Thursday January 19th, 1PM Eastern time is a free webcast discussing the challenges of Release Management and how you can use Visual Studio features to help. Release Management is a tricky business to get right and it’s crucial to the success of a project. There are so many things that need to come together to…

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Ask a Trainer: Free resources to help you learn SharePoint

FAST university has free webcasts on Enterprise Search and other SharePoint topics At the MCT Summit in October, I had a chance to chat with Larry Kaye, a Microsoft Certified Trainer. Larry works with FAST University. I hadn’t heard of that organization before, so I asked Larry to fill me in on what they do….

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Windows Azure Sets Up Camp Online and in Cities Near You

Brrrrr! It’s starting to get cold outside, which means it’s time to leave the outdoor activities behind and get some learning done! Isn’t that what the winter is for? If you’re like me, your summer is spent relaxing (or slacking off), being outside, soaking in the rays, vacations, etc, and the winter is spent catching…


SQL Server Roadmap to Denali Webcast Series

SQL Server Denali, so many great features for reporting, high availability, business intelligence, and more. If you haven’t had time to sit down and start learning about what’s new in the latest release of SQL Server, join Microsoft Canada for a weekly webcast series to help discover and understand the benefits of the latest release…

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Thank You Thank You Sam I Am! I do so like this ALM!

It’s fall and that means back to school for kids, it also means time to start up and really get rolling on new projects, which means it’s a good time to think about the big picture: Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). Developing an application is about much more than just writing code.  You have to collect…

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.NET Rocks’ Live Weekend

If you’re developing (or thinking of developing) on the .NET platform, you should make the .NET Rocks! show part of your regular podcast listening. Hosted by Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell, .NET Rocks! has nearly 600 episodes going all the way back to 2002 covering all sorts of .NET development topics for all sorts of…

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Microsoft Desktop Player

Webcast, video cast, white papers, resource links, there are plenty of all of these scattered throughout the web.  Finding them and having them available when and where you need them can be a challenge.  Searching, missing plugins, and a requirement to be online all pose challenges to access the information we want when we want…

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Check Out the AlignIT Webcast Series!

  My colleagues Dave Remmer and Adam Gallant are inviting you to register and submit questions for their AlignIT: Excellence in Action Development Best Practices Webcast Series during March 23-April 27. With IT being an increasingly vital strategic asset and business enabler in organizations today, we all need to strive for excellence in execution in the…