Patrick Tisseghem

It is with deepest regret that we have to announce the death of Patrick Tisseghem, co-founder of U2U. Patrick suddenly passed away on Wednesday 3 September 2008 around 18 hours in Gothenburg Sweden due to a heart failure. Our sympathy and thoughts go out to his wife Linda, their daughters Anahi and Laura, and to…


L’Arte di Imparare

[Contesto]: ieri (20.06.2008) ero a [Londra] per fare la review [valutazione FY08] col mio capo [JW] [Evento]: parte di coaching del processo di review. Chiedete a Pierg se volete sapere nel dettaglio di cosa si tratta     [Conclusione]: [Definizione di “Management”] = [“ Investire Tempo sulle Persone Gestendo le Eccezioni, massimizzando il ritorno degli…


Lawrence Liu on Social Computing

good interview to our Community Zen Master


SharePoint To Run Enterprise 2.0?

Nine companies are saying "yes," having recently launched Enterprise 2.0 offerings that integrate with SharePoint technology. read full article here:


Podcasting Kit for Sharepoint

Yes, I’m a great fan of that! mainly because we use a lot internally at microsoft (as AcademyMobile) and (mos important 🙂 because my friend Paolo is behind that 😉


that’s wonderful! Recent Crash

thx Pierg PierG Recent Crash PierG Mon, 09 Jun 2008 13:03:08 GMT


Use Composer to Migrate Lotus Notes Applications to .NET

Composer for Lotus Notes Enables Rapid Adoption of Microsoft Platforms While Minimizing Disruption to End Users. Composer for Lotus Notes is a software + services solution that delivers like-for-like, production-to-production migration of Lotus Notes applications to the Microsoft stack. · Data from the Lotus Notes application is migrated into a normalized SQL Server database. ·…



source: main website: ATLANTA, March 3, 2008 – Coca-Cola Enterprises (NYSE: CCE) today announced that it will begin using Microsoft’s integrated communication and collaboration tools across its organization. The use of Microsoft Office suite, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online, Office Communications Online and Live Meeting for Web and video conferencing will integrate CCE’s communication…


Nokia to bring Microsoft Silverlight powered experiences to millions of mobile users

March 04, 2008 Extends choice for developers on the world’s leading mobile platforms Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced plans to make Microsoft Silverlight available for S60 on Symbian OS, the world’s leading smartphone software(1), as well as for Series 40 devices and Nokia Internet tablets.  Adding support for Silverlight will extend opportunities for developers…