In the Sky! It’s your Local Cloud Computing User Group!

[Updated 12/17/08:  The Salt Lake City date has changed to 1/20/2009] You’ve heard buzz about “the cloud”, and your interest was further heightened with the announcement of Azure, Microsoft’s new cloud computing platform.  Now you can jump in head first with other technical and business minds in your area!  The national Cloud Computing User Group…

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Recap: MSDN Event Series: SQL 2008, VSTO, & Silverlight 2

This recap can be summed up in one sentence:  If you didn’t go, you missed out. Seriously. I tagged along to two of these events, in Denver and Billings.  All the presenters completely blew away the audiences covering topics around SQL Server 2008, VSTO and Silverlight 2. In Denver, thanks to Paul Bloom from Statera…

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Phoenix Event – MSDN Events Unleashed: The Best of PDC

Please join us as we present some of the highlights of PDC! We’ll review some technologies first discussed at PDC — such as Windows Azure, C# 4.0 and ASP.NET 4.0.  But we will not only be talking about the future.  We will also discuss some recent releases that you can take advantage of now, including…

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New TFS Power Tools – October 2008 Release

Now that’s what I call a power tool!  Building on all the other great features previously released, this new batch includes a lot of new stuff, with these as my favorites: Team Members You can now view all participants in a project via a new “Team Members” node in Team Explorer.  Among other things, you…

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Get your feet wet with Application Lifecycle Management (ALM): 11/12

(I have to plug anything Neudesic does in this arena!  You won’t be disappointed!) Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Presented by Rick Garibay, Neudesic Find out how utilizing Application Lifecycle Management in your environment gives you consistent predictable developments processes, increased quality in service delivery, cost savings, superior reporting and traceability and much more. We will…

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