You’ve probably noticed that it has been a few weeks since my last blog posting here and that is largely due to the fact that I’ve been working on a open source project called CSharpDistilled.Diagnostics. While at Microsoft TechEd this year I got talking to the folks at the CodePlex area about the exciting things they were doing with exposing Microsoft Team Foundation Server through the Web for open source projects. Uploaded tonight, is the first version of the CSharpDistilled.Diagnostics framework which includes the main C# library project, unit testing project, database project, and associated setup project. Although you’ll need … Continue reading CodePlex Project – CSharpDistilled.Diagnostics 126.96.36.199
If, like me, you’re attending the Microsoft TechEd 2006 conferrence in Boston and either work as an architect or have an interest in software architecture then I would recommend you check out the Iron Architect Contest where the winner will win a Microsoft Architecture certification worth $10,000.
Today I finally registered for the Microsoft TechEd 2006 conference which will this year take place in historic Boston Massachusetts. Microsoft TechEd and Microsoft PDC are an absolute must for serious software developers and architects using Microsoft technologies and personally I’ve been attending these conferrences since the Microsoft PDC conferrence in 2003 when Microsoft announced Longhorn (Microsoft Windows Vista), Whidbey (Microsoft Visual Studio 2005), and Yukon (Microsoft SQL Server 2005). If your coming to Microsoft TechEd 2006 and have never been to Boston there are several places in and around Boston that are definitely worth a visit. Faneuil Hall, built … Continue reading Microsoft TechEd 2006 – Boston MA