Community Radio at MSDN Canada Yes, more podcasting goodness (you’d better upgrade to the 40 gig iPod) from the Great White North. It looks like Mark and Craig are going to do a show every other week intermixed with community event updates. It’s a great way to keep up-to-date with what’s going on in the… Continue reading
The final judging for the MSDN Canada Inter Usergroup Competition was held last night and my group, the Toronto Visual Basic User Group (TVBUG), wound up taking first place. Most of the details of last night’s event have already been posted by Ken Cox but I would like to add a few comments: First off… Continue reading
Let’s travel back in time to November 2004. The world was a much simpler place then, we were all younger, naive, and full of hope, but then posts from Soma and Paul told us that Visual Basic 2005 would not have refactoring support. The world became a cold and bitter place… Today, as spring is… Continue reading
I have no words….
So it turns out I was used a lab rat. I didn’t know when I was interviewed by Mark Relph and Craig Flannagan at the ASP.NET 2.0 Deep Dive in Toronto that I’d be part of this weird Canadian Developer Community Radio Experiment (OK, they call it a “Beta”, whatever that is). Check out Show… Continue reading
I’m in Ottawa this week teaching a Smart Client course so I’m going to miss VSLive! in Toronto. I’m not only going to miss the three days of great content but the user group night and the ObjectSharp speakers event as well. I guess I should have called in sick. Check out this post to see… Continue reading
ObjectSharp Consulting now has it’s third current and fourth lifetime Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). Barry Gervin, who is already a Regional Director (RD), has been given the MVP Award as a Solution Architect. Congratulations Barry.
If you’re a member of a Canadian .NET User Group you’ll be notified of this Mega Deal. If you’re not a member and you want to go to VS Live! Toronto for way less than it would normally cost then get your butt over to the MSDN Canada User Group site and find one to… Continue reading