Lucky you, Philadelphia: MSDN Event, SQL Roadshow, Virtualization Roadshow – ALL THIS WEEK!

It’s a full week of events in Philadelphia!  On Tuesday, the 11th, we kick things off with an MSDN Event on SQL 2008 for Developer, Visual Studio Tools for Office, and Silverlight 2 (click here to register).  If you want to dive a bit deeper in SQL Server 2008, on Wednesday the SQL Server Roadshow comes…

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Upcoming November Developer Events

November 4th – MSDN Freedom Roadshow, Newark, DE – CANCELLED November 8th – BarCamp PhillyRegister at: http://www.barcampphilly.org/ BarCamp is defined by Wikipedia as follows:“…an international network of user generated conferences — open, participatory workshop-events, whose content is provided by participants — often focusing on early-stage web applications, and related open source technologies, social protocols, and open data…

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Resources for MSDN Event: SQL 2008, VSTO, Silverlight 2

Hi all, I was going to prepare a long post about resources for my recent MSDN Event content, but then saw that my colleague, Jim O’Neil has already done so: http://blogs.msdn.com/jimoneil/ He has some great questions/answers that came up during his presentations and you can download the slides as well. I’ve uploaded the code from the…

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Upcoming October Developer Events

Now that David has joined our team, we’re excited to announce a new initiative, the MSDN Freedom Roadshow!  The MSDN Freedom Roadshow is  a series of free, local Microsoft MSDN events held here in the region where our nation’s freedom was born.   They are for developers, architects and to some extent designers and database professionals. …

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MSDN Event Resources

I had a great time kicking things off in NYC for this quarter of MSDN Events!  In case you missed something, or wanted to investigate further, check out the links below.  I’ve also attached the slides for this quarter. Mike Benkovich, a fellow DE, posted some links for resources, which I’ve pasted below and added to….

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MSDN Events are back again!

After quite an exciting Heroes Happen Here Launch, MSDN Events are here again!  This quarter we have some tantalizing new content for you to enjoy, and I’m kicking it off in a couple of weeks in New York City and Edison, New Jersey.  Due to some unresolved venue selection, our msdnevents.com site isn’t updated with information yet,…

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How to receive proper notification about events…

  As an MSDN Events veteran (hey, 2 years makes me a veteran, so there), I’ve noticed that there is one question that comes up time and time again: Why didn’t I know about this event? It’s usually followed with clarifying statements such as: – I subscribe to the MSDN Flash, I should know. -…

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Launch Event #2 down, 9 to go…

It was quite a memorable experience today in Harrisburg.  Due to an email typo, we had people show up for the event at 7am…they were 6 hours early!  That just means they got to sit in on the other tracks, so hopefully they got MORE information than what they were expecting. 🙂  I had the…

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HEROES happen {here}

The launch of Visual Studio 2008, Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 is here!  At these events you will learn more about these exciting technologies via live presentations, Hands-On-Labs, Q&A sessions with experts and development team members.  Register for an event near you at http://www.heroeshappenhere.com.  Can’t make it to a live event?  Experience the…

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To My Washington, D.C. Attendees…

If you attended my event in Washington, D.C. on May 11th, you deserve an apology.  And here it is: I am truly, truly sorry for bailing on you like that.  I was completely fine until I started the second session, and then it hit me like a ton of bricks.  I realize that many of…

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