User Group Meeting at Tech Ed Today!

Rodney Lake has organized a last minute User Group meeting for anyone interested at 4pm today at TechEd. If you are around, come to the Milford Room on Level 4 (its down the corridor in behind the stairways where the “Sponsors Rooms” sign is). The session is a round table open discussion with the head…

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VB6 Migration Training with the VB Program Manager

If you’ve got a VB6 application that you’ve been considering upgrading to .Net, we’ve got help for you! On Thursday August 16 at Microsoft House we will be hosting a VB6 to .Net Migration workshop.  The workshop will help you understand how moving to .Net will help, what is involved in migrating to .Net as well…

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MSDN & TechNet Flash: Get Ready for Tech Ed!

Tech Ed is almost upon us. In less than two weeks, Tech Ed New Zealand is underway. This year’s event will be awesome – not just because we’ve worked hard to make sure that the best speakers are at Tech Ed, but also because the content and events that happen at Tech Ed will be…

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Visual Studio Express Betas released

We released Beta 2 of the Express editions yesterday as well as the other Visual Studio 2008 SKU’s. You can go to the pretty download page here. The express editions include some of the cool new features of the full version including the O/R Designer (for LINQ), RSS support via WCF and WPF integration with…

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Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 has been released

Hot off the press. We just released Beta 2 of Visual Studio 2008.  Soma has all the details. Check the Channel9 Video too. This is a very cool product – I’ve been learning about some of the new features this week.  I’ll be doing a user group tour in the next few months to help…

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Scott Hanselman on Visual Studio 2008

I’ve just finished listening to Scott Hanselman’s podcast on Visual Studio 2008.  One of the nice things about this podcast is that its not just another LINQ love session, digging a bit more into some of the underlying changes to the compilers and the languages. Carl Franklin also notes that he hasn’t moved to C# yet…

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VB6 to .Net resources

I sent an email to a VB6 developer this morning to help point them to some of the resources we have available and thought I’d share it here. If you are a VB6 developer and have not touched .Net you might like to look at some of these resources and use them to learn .Net. …

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