It’s very quiet on the Microsoft Campus…

  There are very few folks this week on the Microsoft corporate campus, and actually there’s almost one here in building 22, 42, or 43…even the cafeteria is closed. I think after the November launch of Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005, most of us were looking forward to the holiday season to travel…


How much is the MSDN Webcasts Weblog worth?

My blog is worth $16,371.66.How much is your blog worth? Well at least I can say my blog isn’t worthless. I can also say with pride that our MSDN  Webcasts are pretty cool. Be sure to check us out in Janaury. I think you’ll find part 2 of the Video Game Development series to be…


Kimberly Tripp’s MSDN Webcasts Series – A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development

For those of you who missed out on our SQL Webcasts extravaganza, we had none other than the “Kimberly Tripp” host a special 10-part initial developer primer series now available on demand. Kimberly Tripp, industry-renowned SQL Server expert from SQLskills.com, shows you how to effectively design a scalable and reliable database with SQL Server 2005,…


Maarten’s Blogs and Marteen’s webcasts

For many of you that don’t know Marteen Struys, the developer rockstar from the Netherlands, Marteen is one of our top presenters in the mobility and embedded devices space. Marteen has a webcast series taking place in January that is going be awesome. Once we have the webcasts ready to go you’ll see it posted…


BizTalk Server 2006 Webcasts – Presented by Doug Girard

Want to know how to develop, deploy, and manage integrated business processes and XML-based Web services? BizTalk Server 2004 and the new BizTalk Server 2006 (Pathfinder) can help you do this. Doug Girard, one of our MSDN Webcasts Presenters, has a couple of live webcasts coming up that you’ll want to attend in December. Doug Girard…


Event and Webcast Notifications is here!!!

What a nice way to end a week. This is just released from the ms.com team. The new Event and Webcast notification is here! Based on customer feedback, Jennifer Walts and Angela Brobst have worked with the ms.com team to add a events and webcast notification that you can customize based on products for upcoming live…


Great Team Mates – Maryam "Ghaemmaghami " Scoble

What to know what makes Robert Scoble so successful? Want to learn more about the personalities behind MSDN Webcasts? Then you’ll need to check out Maryam Scoble‘s blog, “Maryam Ghaemmaghami Scoble’s musings about Life, Love and Everything Else…“. It’s a good read on what happen behind the scenes of our webcasts, as well as what…