Discounts on Microsoft Certification Exams

In case anyone is interested in taking some Microsoft Exams, we have some discounts on them.  Here is the announcement talking about the discounts: Get up to 25 percent off select Microsoft Certification exams In this tough economy, are you looking to get ahead? Do you want to stand out? Microsoft Certification can help you…

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Developing for the Clouds

I wanted to start a conversation with everyone on the thoughts around Cloud Computing.  I have been using Azure for a while now and I have found some interesting things out about it. Before I start talking about those things though, I wanted to see who was planning on using this technology or who is…

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CannonPI teaser video

There is a new video up on youtube that is the beginning of many more videos.  You should check it out and look for for more coming soon. Also, see if you recognize any of the people in this, feel free to post here who you think they are.

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MSDN updates

Scott Hanselman did a great post about some of the new and upcoming features of MSDN that everyone should check out if you haven’t already.  You can read all his great details here. This got me thinking about MSDN and some of the new things that I have noticed. I think my favorite thing that…

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Microsoft Elevate America

If you are thinking about a career in IT, this is a great new think that you can look into.  According to the site: Microsoft is partnering with private, public and community organizations to bring you Elevate America – access to free and low cost resources to help you get the skills, training, and certifications…

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Feedback and Microsoft

There are a lot of different ways that feedback can get to Microsoft and a lot of different ways that it can be handled.  For suggestions for making our products better, one of the best methods is to use Microsoft Connect. One of the things that aren’t know as well is that when our developers…

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KB articles are moving

As noted here, we are going to be moving our KB articles off of support.microsoft.com and instead putting them on MSDN and TechNet so that developers and IT Professionals are able to find the information easier. Here are some of the changes you can expect to see: All http://support.microsoft.com Web sites that provide support for…

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New information coming

I am sorry that I haven’t written anything in a while.  I will be back to writing more soon.  I have been working on a special project and also going to a technical session at work for the last few months that have kept me really busy. Expect to see some new updates from me. …

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Where do you go to find answers?

There are more and more sites coming online that allow you to ask questions.  So which site(s) do you use? Traditional These sites are more of the old way of finding out answers, you don’t really interact, just find your answer on the existing documentation that is posted: http://support.microsoft.com http://technet.microsoft.com http://msdn.microsoft.com Forums There have been…

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Creating an Auto-complete textbox

It seems that auto-complete is very popular these days with different sites.  So I wanted to show you how you can create your own Auto-complete textbox on your web sites.  There are two ways that this can be accomplished depending on what you are using and what you want to use. Ajax control toolkit This…

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