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MSDN Webcast: Einführung Practices & Patterns

Am 25.03 um 16.00 Uhr halte ich eine Einführung zu Practices & Patterns und werde auch den Application Building Block: Configuration Management näher vorstellen. Wer Interesse hat ein wenig in das Thema reinzuschnuppern kann sich gerne anmelden. This posting is provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights…. Read more

Are you testing XP SP2 RC1 and are located in Germany?

Since Friday Windows XP SP2 Release Candidate 1 is available for download. If you are an ISV or Software Developer located in Germany and you are planning to test XP SP2 RC1 please feel free to contact me via this blog. I’m interested in your feedback. This posting is provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and… Read more

Can Bayern Munich beat Real Madrid?

 1 – 1 that was the tragic result in the first match between Bayern and Real. It is some kind strange that this is tragic as normally no one was expecting too much from Munich this year. They played a real bad season so far, some important players have been and are still injured, also… Read more

.NET Twins in Action!

I just peaked into a workshop hosted by the .NET Twins. Ralf and Christian’s role in that workshop has been to found a virtual project and the attendees have been hired to build it. The interesting part about that is the way attendees discussing among each other and trying to find a common way to… Read more

Distributed Why or Indigo How?

There is an interesting post about the current Longhorn Developer Preview European Tour. Clemens is explaining what his experience was and is about delivering the Indigo message. Tiago is complaining his decision. Of course you can assume that people who are interested in Indigo should have a good fundamental knowledge in designing distributed applications. These… Read more

Soon back at work

What a strange feeling. Next week I will be back at work. I had meanwhile 6 weeks off and I really enjoyed it. Now I prepare myself for the next tasks. The biggest one is the Technical Summit 2004 in Kassel, Germany. As Technical Content Manager it is quite difficult to manage this from vacations…. Read more

Microsoft Technical Summit 2004

Microsoft Technical Summit 2004 will be held on March 2nd and March 3rd in Kassel, Germany . The conference will be covering tracks about Whidbey, Yukon, Longhorn and Architecture. As the event is in Germany most content will be presented in German language. If you are able to understand German, here is the link to… Read more