Monthly Archives: November 2006

Tech Ed begins

And so it begins. I always get really jazzed up by events like TechEd. There is nothing quite like being surrounded by fellow geeks to reaffirm enthusiasm for technology.   There are the slew of usual annoucements with .NET 3.0 … Continue reading

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Finding me at Tech Ed

If you are going to Tech Ed and want to catch up with me I will be on the ATE stand  (#26 Visual Studio) on Tuesday from 13:30 to 16:15 and 18:45 to 21:00. Feel free to drop by, especially … Continue reading

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DDD4 registration is now open

Session submission is done. Voting is done. We have an agenda! DDD will take place for the 4th time on December 2nd. You can register here. Registration fills up fast, and we do have a numbers limit. So sign up as … Continue reading

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Nabaztag Cruise Control plug in

Mike Ormond has discovered a cruise control plug-in for the Nabaztag. Now while our team is fond of WAV files of HAL 9000 and Homer as the indicators of successful and failing builds the idea of a electronic rabbit has something going … Continue reading

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