For anybody following my Tech Ed posts, I will hopefully be getting info from my other days up online in the near future. There were in fact many more days packed full of exciting sessions and valuable information learned. I met many great people! This was definately a worthwhile trip, hectic, yet high valuable. Unfortunately […]
Today marks the end of a good thing for me. Since April of 2004 I have been a very happy subscriber of the Nextel Broadband Service. This mobile data service provided broadband speeds with the flexibility of moving wireless within the coverage area. The speed was amazing, and although limited to this region the coverage […]
In Raleigh-Durham? Interested in what’s new with Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition? If so, this Triangle .Net User Group meeting is a must for you! TOPIC: Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Developers SPEAKER: Eric Adams, Program Manager Microsoft Corporation. Tell ’em Rob sent you!
Tech Ed 2005 has officially started with Steve Balmer presenting as only Steve can. It’s my first live view of one of his presentations, and while somewhat subdued to what I have seen video of in the past, he certainly is an extremely passionate speaker. According to Steve, there has been not better to be […]
Today is what I am referring to as Day 0 at Tech Ed. I’ve reserved day one for the tomorrow when the keynote takes places and the sessions begin. This may get confusing as my Tech Ed schedule calls today day 1, but that just doesn’t seem right. Now with that out of they way…. […]
After a wonderfully short flight compared to my recent travels, I arrived today in Orlando for Tech Ed 05. Upon checking in at the hotel I received my first SWAG of the trip. My very 0wn bottle opener on a key chain. Just what every developer needs. I’ve heard stories of other attendees receiving goodie-boxes, […]
Josh has put together an excellent read on XSLT Code Generation and even includes sample code! I personally think that while code generation may not be the silver bullet for every project, it’s a area the every developer must have a good understanding of. [CODE GENERATION PART II (XSLT)]
A wonderful week of sailing around the British Virgin Islands with some good friends has come to an end. There’s something truly great about island time, as as much of a technology fan as I am, it was nice to spend some time away from it all, but now back to the grind for a […]