Free webcast T-shirts at TechEd 2005

This is mock-up of the t-shirt. Okay, here’s the deal. If you come by the webcasts and virutal labs booth at TechEd and show us that you’ve done one of the following, we’ll give you a free T-shirt. To get your limited edition, classic webcasts t-shirt at TechEd 2005, show us one of the following: Add your…


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.


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…


How to download Microsoft Webcasts

Thanks to Stuart Gunter and Janco Wolmarans for find a shorter way to download Microsoft Webcasts. The below is from Stuart’s blog. I’ve modified the instructions some to make them easier to follow: Requirements: IE6 SP1 NeTransport 1.90.267 NetTransport (freeware from www.xi-soft.com ) Instructions: 1. ) Go to the Program guide for developers website: http://www.microsoft.com/seminar/events/developer.mspx 2.)…


How to download Microsoft Webcasts – Part 1 (long Post)

How do you download a Microsof Webcast? This question comes up alot from our attendes. I found this article by Ronny Ong in the MSDN Communities newsgroup microsoft.public.msdn.general and Ronny Ong has a solution that’s worth trying if you’re technical. Before contacting Ronny try this out first. Ronny – Thanks for taking the time to figure this out…


http://www.interopmonth.com, January 18 – February 11, 2005

http://www.interopmonth.com – January 18 – February 11, 2005 So remember in September when I talked about Interop Month? Well it’s happening. We’ve invited SUN, IBM, BEA, and folks who have worked on various open source development projects to talk about what it takes to make all the various vendor technologies to work in the customer environment. We’re bringing…


Microsoft Webcasts RSS feeds are available here

We’ve made our webcasts available as a RSS feed on ths blog site. Every month we’ll post the upcoming month’s webcasts here for MSDN, MSDN Architecture Webcasts including patterns & practices live! webcasts, TechNet, Security, Office Systems, and Microsoft Business Solutions webcasts. Here they are below. Upcoming MSDN Webcasts (rss) Upcoming MSDN Architecture Webcasts (rss) Upcoming…


MSDN Webcast content ideas

We’re always looking for great content ideas for MSDN Webcasts. If there’s particular topic or content that you’re interested in seeing just let me know. You can comment here on this blog or just email me at webcasts@microsoft.com. Thanks, George, MSDN Webcasts