Free Developer Bootcamp coming to Nashville and Region

  MSDN Events Presents: For the Win: Windows 7 Development Boot Camp Web and cloud may be all the rage, but many developers are still doing hardcore client development. If you are among them, this Boot Camp is for you! In this full-day event, we will explore how to maximize your impact on the Windows…

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VS Team Executive Speaking in Memphis, Register Now

Cameron Skinner and Visual Studio 2010 (Friday, April 30, 2010 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM) Event Details Have you ever had to work with a legacy codebase? Designing new functionality on existing applications can be daunting. There are always differences between the original design and the current implementation. The new Architecture tools within Visual Studio…

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Developer Position in Memphis

Here’s a job opportunity with a customer in Memphis. Send resumes to: Dennis Creel, dcreel@psgi.net Sr. Developer – Summary Perform application development duties for software systems.  Lead key projects and oversee development activities of other developers on specific project assignments.  Follow programming standards in all phases of software development life-cycle including; analysis, design, development /…

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Connected Show – Episode #21, Domino’s Pizza runs Java in Windows Azure

Hear our friend Tim Wise from Domino’s in action! Makes me want some Memphis BBQ Chicken Pizza while I’m listening. In this episode guests Sumit Chawla & Tim Wise of Domino’s Pizza join Peter Laudati to discuss offloading a Java server infrastructure to Windows Azure to save money (Starts at 40:31). Guest hosts Gary Russo…

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Just in time for Thanksgiving, Betty Crocker creates the Kitchen Assistant

It’s Like a Cookbook, Only Better The Betty Crocker® Kitchen Assistant application has everything you need to make cooking and baking a breeze, and it’s all in one place – your computer. From your desktop access thousands of kitchen-tested recipes, discover expert tips, plus add notes and sort recipes for added organization. And the best…

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Missed the PDC event. Want to see the sessions?

Yes, there is a way to see all of the content, and that’s by visiting http://microsoftpdc.com/Videos. This page has instructions on how to download all of the videos, so that you can watch them whenever/wherever/offline or not. You can always watch them via Silverlight while online, but a traveler can always use a high quality…

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What a week!

Lots of stuff happening this week… Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 was announced. There are multiple announcements inside this effort: New lineup of SKU’s Go Live license New logo / new look Beta 2 of .NET 4 Windows 7 Windows 7 launches this week. PowerPivot for Excel 2010 (formerly known as "Gemini") is a data…

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FIRESTARTER – on-demand and live events

Free events to ignite your skills Heat up your skills with the all-new Firestarter event series. Each day tackles a single Microsoft technology, including free sessions presented live by Microsoft developer and IT pro evangelists and technology specialists – with special appearances from community luminaries. Attend in person, via live meeting or download the webcast…

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Live Virtual Presentation: Real World Azure

MSDN Events Present:  Real World Azure Come spend an afternoon with us on September 29th to explore Windows Azure™ – Microsoft’s platform for building and deploying cloud based applications – from a real world point of view!  During this event, we’ll review critical lessons Microsoft IT has learned migrating internal line-of-business applications to Windows Azure™. …

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Work for a small web firm?

WebsiteSpark is a new global program, designed by Microsoft to help small professional Web development and design service companies succeed, by providing new business opportunities through connections with global partners and customers, support and training, and software tools – at no upfront cost. WebsiteSpark provides professional Web development and design companies with an innovative vehicle…

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