Senior .NET Architect Opportunties in Melbourne, Australia

I got an email from a recruitment agency this morning, looking for Senior Architects. I asked them if I could put this on my blog, and they said yes. First of all I apologise for this unsolicited e-mail. I’m currently trying to find 5 Senior .Net Technical Architects for a global consulting company, who’ll be…

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Readify bloggers taking over the world

Mitch Denny tells us that there is another Readify blogger – this time it’s Chris Hewitt. This brings the total number of bloggers from Readify to seven, eight, which has forced me to created a list of Readify bloggers which I present here for all to see.  Readify Bill Chesnut (rss) Chris Hewitt (rss) Dan Green…

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Workshop – Tools for .NET Developers

I got a note from the charming Dr Simon Cuce today, asking to me blog about an upcoming work shop he will be running in Melbourne. Looks interesting. Here’s to a full workshop Simon From: Simon CuceSent: Thursday, 25 November 2004 11:13 AMTo: Frank ArrigoSubject: Interesting course   Hi Frank   This might be worth…

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Latest MSDN Flash

The latest MSDN Flash is out – my first edition for a while. Past editions available on the pirate MSDN Flash Archive [ Currently Playing : International Rescue – Original Soundtrack – Thunderbirds [Film Soundtrack] (02:40) ]

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MSDN Pricing

—–Original Message—–From: Tony KatsabarisSent: Friday, 12 November 2004 3:49 PMSubject: RE: [aus-dotnet] MSDN Pricing Dear Developer and Partner Community I have been watching this email string with interest and would like to thank those that have provided feedback.  I feel it only fair to start by explaining some of the reasons for price discrepancy between…


MSDN Flash – Tuesday, 23 November, 2004

Visit the Microsoft Australia MSDN site | Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile Frank’s back – with a bunch of great offers Hi, all, and welcome to another issue of MSDN Flash First off, let me thank the folks who were guest editors for the past four editions. I was…

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December MSDN Update, WSE 2.0 with Nick Wienholt

The December MSDN update kicks off this week in Mebourne. WSE 2.0 represents a significant advance for web service developers.  By supporting the creation of web services the implement industry standards like WS-Security and WS- SecureConversation without delving deeply into code or configuration files, WSE cuts down the amount of time developers need to spend…

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Developer Information for Windows XP Media Center Edition

Now that the Windows XP Media Center Edition has been launched in Australia, my team is getting lots of requests from developers to build for the platform. Fortunately there is a terrific resource available on MSDN which contains programmability documentation, sample programs and templates, Media Center UI guidelines, and other resources for software development on…

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Avalon developer preview ships on MSDN

Chris Anderson, who is an architect on the Avalon team, announced on Friday that Avalon has shipped a new developer preview to MSDN subscribers.What is really really cool is that Avalon is going to ship on Windows XP, Windows 2003, AND Longhorn. From the MSDN developer center… “Avalon” is the code name for Microsoft’s unified presentation subsystem for Windows….

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OZFox : Starts next week

Craig Bailey, one of our community leaders, is running this years OzFox. He posted a good summary of all the highlights. It’s only a week away! Sounds like a great get together for the Australian Fox community. Good luck Craig. [ Currently Playing : Look so Fine, Feel So Low – Paul Kelly – Songs…