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Scott Dorman ephemeral segment October 2008 Entries
Sushi Geek Dinner @ PDC 2008
If you like sushi and are attending PDC 2008 in Los Angeles, then join us for some great sushi and networking Wednesday night. If you're attending The Underground @ PDC, be sure to join us since Oomasa (in Little Tokyo) is only a few blocks away. The registration is free, but the sushi isn't. Prices, however are very reasonable. Technorati Tags: PDC, Geek Dinner ......

Posted On Sunday, October 26, 2008 9:32 PM

Microsoft PDC Mobile
A few days ago Microsoft announced that the PDC website was going mobile. Go to: http://m.microsoftpdc.com/ for the PDC mobile experience. I think it’s great that you can get the agenda and sessions on your phone, but what is sorely lacking is the ability for me to log in and get my sessions. That would have really been useful. Technorati Tags: PDC ......

Posted On Saturday, October 25, 2008 10:47 AM

Getting Ready for PDC 2008
PDC 2008 starts in a few days. I’ve setup a preliminary schedule already, but, as always, it’s subject to change once I get there. It will be good to see the early bits for Windows 7, including a Windows 7 Application Compatibility Lab. I’m staying at the Grand Kyoto Hotel, near Little Tokyo. If anybody wants to catch up and grab some sushi, let me know. Technorati Tags: PDC ......

Posted On Friday, October 24, 2008 11:20 PM

New .NET Logos
Just in time for PDC, Microsoft has unveiled new logos for the .NET Framework. According to Chris Keonig’s blog post about the new logos, the change was made because We [Microsoft] needed a logo that was in sync with the key values that we want .NET to stand for: consistency, robustness and great user experiences. We also wanted a logo that conformed to the design principles that are driving Microsoft’s brand identity evolution and is reflected in newer brands such as Silverlight, Surface and more. ......

Posted On Friday, October 24, 2008 11:06 PM

Reminder: October 2008 Tampa Bay IASA Meeting
Just a reminder that the Tampa Bay IASA October meeting is tonight starting at 6:30 PM. "Fix the Architecture" - Open Discussion We have a great group of members with a variety of experience, so bring your architecture problems and leverage those experiences and creativity to help solve them. This is an open discussion format and depending on how many people we have and how many problems we may split up into small groups or try to solve problems one at a time. Please bring your topics to discuss. ......

Posted On Thursday, October 23, 2008 3:38 PM

PDC 2008 Schedule Builder is live
Not sure when this became live, but the schedule builder for PDC 2008 is now available. This is very different from the schedule builder tools of the past and is considerably easier to work with. As you can see, the schedule is presented as a daily calendar. Each column is a timeslot (showing only the starting time) which shows all of the sessions available. You can filter the list of sessions by clicking the appropriate tags. Underneath the calendar view is the list of sessions and the session details. ......

Posted On Friday, October 17, 2008 1:52 PM

Tampa Bay IASA – November 2008 Meeting
We are very pleased to be holding this meeting in cooperation with the Central Florida BizTalk User Group. Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) using BizTalk Server 2006R2 Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) using BizTalk Server 2006R2. Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 R2, the latest version of BizTalk, is an exciting tool that all .NET application developers should know about. BizTalk fills two key business needs: enterprise application integration, and business process automation. This session ......

Posted On Friday, October 10, 2008 1:15 PM

Tampa Bay IASA - October 2008 Meeting
"Fix the Architecture" - Open Discussion We have a great group of members with a variety of experience, so bring your architecture problems and leverage those experiences and creativity to help solve them. This is an open discussion format and depending on how many people we have and how many problems we may split up into small groups or try to solve problems one at a time. Please bring your topics to discuss. We also have a backup topic of Tips for Performance in a Web Architecture. When & Where: ......

Posted On Friday, October 10, 2008 1:00 PM

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