Posts Tagged “ebook”

Maximizing success delivering Microsoft Dynamics

by on July 14, 2009

Companies buying software want partners they can trust, especially in today’s economic climate. Microsoft partners that follow a structured methodology to sell, deliver, and optimize Microsoft Dynamics solutions can reduce their own cost and risk, focus on core competencies, and ultimately increase profits and customer satisfaction. http://nucleusresearch.com/research/notes-and-reports/guidebook-maximizing-success-delivering-microsoft-dynamics/ Phil Newman

SoCalDevGal does the social

by on July 13, 2009

What’s going on with my Windows 7 blog series, you might be wondering?  Well, I am still working on it, in fact I’ve broadened the scope of my studies to include ALL AREAS of Windows 7 development (in preparation for my upcoming trip and talks in South Africa).  I do plan to publish quite a few more posts in the series over the next couple of weeks. Lest you think I am all work and no play, I’ll have to admit that I’ve been combining work and socializing too.  Below is a sampling of recent good times… Geek BBQ in Venice Swanky party in Hollywood Beach party with the Laguna Girls (I took the picture, so I am not in this one!) Birthday celebration with the cool girls Hanging with the hipsters downtown LA Oh and there’s more to come – this week I’ve got four more tech social events to go to.  Life is good

MVP Helps To Jumpstart SQL Server 2008!

by on June 29, 2009

Singapore SharePoint MVP Sarbjit Singh Gill was recently invited by Microsoft Learning Team to help present two live webcasts, each lasting for 60-90 minutes on SQL 2008 Technology and Certification.

Small Basic V0.5 is here

by on June 16, 2009

Read more about it: http://blogs.msdn.com/smallbasic/archive/2009/06/16/the-newest-leanest-and-the-meanest-is-here.aspx Download: http://download.microsoft.com/download/C/A/F/CAF9E062-94D3-4003-80D9-44CDF7EC7BD9/SmallBasic.msi  

Last Week For Submissions!

by on June 8, 2009

Friday is the last day for submissions in the Tag Slaps Design Contest ! Here’s a little sneak peak for one of the Custom Tags that has been submitted. If you haven’t submitted your Custom Tag already be sure to do so by Friday

Cookiehead Shout Out for I-Roq Baghdad

by on June 8, 2009

Cookiehead (Doug Salomone, Bob Koerner and Jeff Prosetti) give a shout out to I-Roq Baghdad during a rehearsal of its American Anthem/Song for a Soldier recorded May 31, 2009. Share this post :

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by on June 3, 2009

You down with PHP, yeah you know me

by Anith on June 2, 2009

eek! If you didn’t see it yet, the latest PHP Architect Magazine is dedicated to running PHP on Windows. Articles include: Installing PHP on Windows Configure and Optimize PHP on Windows Getting Started with the SQL Server Driver for PHP Oh and this month’s issue is free (registration required though). P.S.

Procter & Gamble Turkey Utilizing Microsoft Tag

by on June 1, 2009

Just recently Microsoft Tag went international and today Procter & Gamble Turkey is launching an innovative contest, “ Snap and Get Rid of Dandruff ”, using Microsoft Tag technology.

New Version of Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio

by on May 29, 2009

Originally posted at: http://blog.maordavid.com/2009/05/new-version-of-windows-azure-tools-for-microsoft-visual-studio/ Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual  Studio extend Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 to enable the creation, building, debugging, running and packaging of scalable web applications and services on Windows Azure. Installation includes the Windows Azure SDK. New for the May 2009 CTP: Support for Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 Update for Visual Studio 2008 Improved…( read more )

ebaY sidebar for Internet Explorer 8

by on May 27, 2009

eBay has just launched a new sidebar offering in beta. I have been collaborating with eBay on this wonderful Internet Explorer 8 sidebar