Shall we play a game?

Hopefully you read this blog title in a computer-y voice. Like Joshua. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to cross a pop-culture style quiz game (you know the one, loaded with safeties, lifelines, etc) with the serious business of hard-core IT and Developer certification exams? Well, even if you haven’t, here it…

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Shawn Wildermuth – Atlanta Silverlight Tour Stop Almost Here!

If you are needing some in-depth Silverlight training, a very good option is Shawn Wildermuth’s 2 day course. He’s updated it to be in sync with the release of Silverlight 2. There are still a few seats, so take a look. Shawn Wildermuth – Atlanta Silverlight Tour Stop Almost Here!

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Announcing Partner Huddle for Professional Developers

Are you a Professional Developer or Architect working for a Microsoft Partner organization in the U.S.?  Then you may want to consider joining Partner Huddle, an online social community for members of the Microsoft partner community.  To learn more about the social and how to join check out the following blog Tis The Season For…

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Big announcements on Silverlight, ASP.NET and IIS7

This morning Scott Guthrie, a big name to those in the the ASP.NET community, published a great comprehensive blog post about the roadmap for many of our key technologies and tools, including ASP.NET, Silverlight and IIS7. Among the big announcements: The next release of Silverlight (you know, the one with managed code support) is going…

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Save room on your plate for Visual Studio 2008 (just released!)

This weekend, you might want a treat after you’ve had your fill of Meleagris gallopavo and farce. So queue up your download of the just-released Visual Studio 2008 and you’ll have something to install and try out while the rest of the world is out shopping like crazy on Friday! Don’t forget that MSDN Events…

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