Go behind the scenes of Microsoft webcasts

You’ve always wondered how these epic MSDN and Microsoft webcasts were produced, didn’t you?   Well, lose sleep no longer my friend!   Get the behind the scenes scoop at http://www.webcastmagic.com.While Wally Mead, a TechNet Presenter, (apparently I lobbied to the wrong person for the dev side of the house :)) is the star, they’re still cooler than…


Who are the new kids on the block…

No, I don’t mean the band from 10 years ago whom were mostly admirred by high school teeny boppers… I’m talking about the new additions to the Source Fource… it looks like there will be three and the first one has been unveiled. “ISV Super Gal comes from an ultra wealthy Texas family that made…


Tech·Ed 2006 Wrap Up

Thanks to everyone who stopped by to see us at the MSDN Webcast and Virtual Labs booth at Tech·Ed last week and those who met the Source Fource while they were out and about. If you missed Tech·Ed, or want to review what you learned, check out the Tech·Ed 2006 Webcast series.Also, there are still a…


Source Fource Takes Boston By Storm

The proverbial cat is out of the bag now. The Source Fource are at TechEd, live and in person. If you’re in Boston for the event, you’ve probably seen them by now. If not, they want to meet you! You can find them in the expo hall today and tomorrow.


Source Fource Version Deux Point Oh Revealed!

It’s official. Due to popular demand (and, becase we really wanted to) the Source Fource is back for an encore. If you missed out on getting your Source Fource characters the first time around, now’s your chance. Check them out at http://msdn.microsoft.com/events/hero.  


TechEd 2006 Pass Winners

TechEd 2006 sold out a few weeks ago, but these lucky webcast watchers all won free passes from the Microsoft Webcast team by attending a webcast in the TechEd 2006 Webcast series. They were randomly drawn to receive a complimentary admission pass. Ron Brayer New York, NY John Wuelzer Overland Park, KS Stanley Goodman Jasper,…


Going to TechEd? Not Going, But Still Want to Learn? Read On.

If you’re going to TechEd in Boston in a few weeks, be sure to visit MSDN Webcasts and Virtual Labs. We’ll be set up in a special community area across the hall from the hands-on labs area. We have some fun things in store for this year’s event, including some surprises and special appearances. Stay tuned…


April MP3 Winners Announced

Congrats to the lucky folks below for winning a 40 GB Creative Zen MP3 player from the Microsoft Webcasts team last month. Want to know how you, too, can win an MP3 player? Simply go to any live or on demand Microsoft webcast (MSDN, TechNet, Office, etc.) and fill out the post-event evaluation form. We…


Virtual Labs Guy Update

If you attended two MSDN Webcasts or Virtual Labs and submitted evaluations last month, you qualified for the Virtual Labs Guy hero from the Source Fource. These characters should ship out the last week of May. They were held up a bit in transit, so we wanted to update you about this delay. Rest assured, they are…