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…


Video Game Development – Learn to write C# the fun way

Institute of Technology introduces participants to the concepts of video game production in this webcast series. Presenters will demonstrate the key stages in the process of developing the core game engine through the creation of a “top-down shooter” game called “Star Trooper,” using Visual C# 2005 Express Edition, the new lightweight integrated development environment from…


Science and Engineering at Microsoft – Turning Ideas into Reality

When folks think of Microsoft, they think of the cash cow products such as Office, Windows, and think okay, that’s old stuff, but what have they done lately to reallly drive technology innovation? Well, hang on and I’ll show you. During the month of May 2005, we have a special series of webast to highlight the…


Overall Champion Webcast Presenter for the Microsoft ASP.NET Webcast Series – Fritz Onion

Last October we had a webcast series on ASP.NET. It was a huge success. We have over 240,000 registrations. We had a whopping 40 webcasts structured across Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced webcasts. If you’ve ever tried to explain a technology to someone who has never used it before, you know how challenging it can be….


How to download MSDN Webcasts in Live Meeting 2005

Our new live meeting conference center lets you download the webcasts for offline viewing. So if your company doesn’t allow streaming media, you can download them and view the offline. If you’re on an airplane or waiting someplace, you can whip our your trusty Portable Media Center, or laptop and watch a webcast, build your developer…


Let’s face it, some webcasts are just plain boring while others are nothing but fluff

Ron Jacobs has this site up and running for Patterns &  Practices Live Webcasts. It’s called pnplive.com. Check it out. “Let’s face it, some webcasts are just plain boring while others are nothing but fluff.  There’s one thing you can say for sure about our webcasts – they’re both live and lively.  We record them…


April MSDN Webcasts calendars are ready

Angela Brobst just reminded yesterday that the webcasts calendars are ready for the month of April. As you know during the month of April 2005, we’ve got 100+ webcasts we’re running on Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005. You can thank Jon Byrum, Shawn Nandi, Matt Nunn, Kelly Lockhart, Andrew Conway, Kim and David…


MSN RSS feeds for search results

I didn’t know this was available as of today, as it thought it was for a future release. You can now do searches on MSN.com and get the results sent to you via a rss feed once you subscibe to the rss feed. Try it out at www.msn.com. Do a search on “MSDN Webcast” or MSDN Architecture…


Webcast Series for Developers

Someone asked me where can they find all the webcast series for Developers we’ve done so far. here’s all the ones we’ve got listed in the Program guide for developers webcast gallery at http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/default.mspx. Also, you can thank Jennfier Walts for getting these all setup with landing pages, correcting our poor grammar and generally making…