This morning as hinted at by Scoble, Microsoft unveiled the official product name for the “Longhorn” , to be known now as Windows Vista™ not to be confused with the Vista Window Company of Warren, Ohio. The official announcement included a a video which included Tablet Pc’s, Smart Phones, and multi-display devices. The Windows Vista site […]
“Geeks understand market competition about as well as men understand women.” Eric Sink has a very interesting post comparing competition in the software industry to games. This seems to be a common topic lately. Just last night, Jim “I’m getting a blog soon, honest” Duffy was recommending the book “The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small […]
A PDC countdown banner? Who can resist a countdown banner! This is even cooler than being linked by Scoble!
Amanda Murphy shares some excellent points on SharePoint and features that would make a difference in future version, and hints at a new SharePoint related site for the community. Interested! Amanda is one of the great people I met at TechEd. Smart cookie!
Finally…. I’ve been able to spend some much anticipated time with Indigo this weekend, although much of it came in place of sleep. As previously mentioned, one of my summer goals was to spend some quality time getting to know WSE (2&3) and Indigo. So far I’m digging it. It makes sense. I noticed David […]
Starting July 25th, you can spend 5 days in a row learning from our favorite Developer Community Champion Glen Gordon as he hosts a series of webcasts on creating mobile web applications with ASP.NET. If you’ve ever heard Glen talk about mobile devices, you know that it’s a passion of his and that the dude […]
Robert Scoble and Jeff Sandquist interview Steve Ballmer on Channel 9 [Video Here]. [Transcript Here] My favorite quote from the interview is: “I’d say the same thing to our developer customers as I would say to our employees. There has never been a better opportunity than today to make a real difference in the world. […]
For a limited time only, Microsoft Learning is offering Developing Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications with Visual Studio.NET, a 17-hour self-paced online training course, for free ($349.00 value). More Info Here!
New Download on Microsoft.com: Microsoft Tablet PC TIP Update Info on the Tablet PC TIP update to fix the memory leak bug as posted on What Is New
[Info as posted on ipattern.com] FREE Portal Development mini-Code Camp covering SharePoint, DotNetNuke and Portal Framework ASP.NET 2.0 When: August 20th, 2005 Where: Microsoft Office in Charlotte, NC Overview of the event Theme: Web Portal Application development with Microsoft technologies. Sponsorship by Microsoft and my company, Faith Interactive. Web Portals are not new to the […]