I just came across this: www.MyRampUp
Ramp Up is a free, online, community-based program that can help users save time in learning Microsoft technology.
The easy-to-access content (provided by subject-matter gurus) is specifically tailored to the Ramp Up program, and offered in a variety of forms (whitepaper, v-lab, codecast and slidecast).
The currently available routes are:
Currently, there are no assessments in the program, so it’s quicker than ever to graduate and receive the reward (25% off on certification and 50% off on e-Learning – only for graduates of Ramp Up).
I haven’t tested IETester yet, but I found two other tools in the site that caught my attention: DebugBar and Companion.JS.
Companion.JS is a Firebug-like tool and was the one that liked the most because it gave me something that I hadn’t: something that kills those annoying scripting error dialogs.
Typemock is having a special Webcast on Wednesday March 12, 16:00 GMT
The live demo will include:
The Support of the new .NET 3.5 framework and specifically how to mock LINQ statements.
The improved IDE based on using colors to emphasize mocked methods.
Seamless integration with Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2008.
It is also an opportunity to meet Typemock’s development team, ask questions online and share some tips.
…..and one of you can win a Nintendo Wii during in the webcast!
Click here to participate in the Webcast