If you are in the Charlotte area Tuesday night and/or Wednesday morning, be sure to catch Glen Gordon at the Charlotte Developer's Guild meeting Tuesday evening, or at the Microsoft office Wednesday morning for an MSDN event.User group info: http://www.developersguild.org/Glen's blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/glengordon/archive/2007/11/06/two-more-msdn-and-technet-events-just-added-for-the-east-coast-for-this-quarter.aspx
Andrew blogged about receiving an i-Mate Momento digital picture frame awhile back. Everyone on the team received one -- and it's just so cool to get gifts like this from management every-so-often. It's one of the reasons I love working for Microsoft.The frame lets you do lots of cool things, like e-mail pictures to it (or another frame), pull images/data from a wireless LAN, and for the uber cool, implement Windows Side Show. (There's even a picture of the frame in action on the side show... [More]
Recently the team assembled in New Jersey and while driving around, we started a conversation on how odd it is that the leaves haven't yet fallen. Since I grew up in New York, I remember that by Halloween, most of the leaves were on their way to the ground, and certainly by Thanksgiving, the trees were bare. But, it looks like a mid-September day with most of the leaves still on the trees.Before anyone starts thinking about global warming, the Weather Channel has a story that explains it:"With t... [More]
Chad Brooks and I will be holding our final MSDN Roadshow series in Greensboro on Nov 13! For more information, look here:http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032358068&Culture=en-USThe session is all morning, and we'll cover a great deal of Silverlight, plus a survey of other next-gen web technologies coming out of Microsoft. If you're nearby, be sure to come!
PTNUG is meeting on Tuesday evening! Bob Gusek will discussing test driven development (TDD) -- if you're around the Triad area, be sure to stop by!
At long last, some news about TechEd 2008 is here!http://www.microsoft.com/events/teched2007/default.mspxLots of great changes for 2008, and especially after the canceling of PDC this year, it's nice to see some more developer-centric material!