Microsoft has a survey regarding the features you want to see in the next update to the Visual Studio Class Designer! So provide it to them and help shape the future of this awesome tool by using the survey located here. If you haven’t Registered yet at OKCodeCamp.com – do it now. Jason Zander – the General Manager of the .NET Framework Division at Microsoft is giving the keynote and Raymond Lewallen has lined up an awesome Agile/ALT.NET event with a few extras! Technorati Tags: Architects, Class Designer, OKC, CodeCamp, Jason Zander Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg … Continue reading Calling all Architects and Class Designer users – Microsoft wants your feedback! See you at OKCodeCamp!
It’s already here, just nine days away! They’ve got a great line up and not just because I’m speaking. Out of 10 speakers 7 are MVP’s and then there’s Jason Zander – the General Manager of the .NET Framework Division at Microsoft! Register today – I’m sure it will fill up fast! Load up and hit the road! It will be well worth it! Here’s a letter with some additional details I just received today from the OKCPro.NET President and OKCodeCamp Director – Raymond Lewallen: First and foremost, I want to thank those who have already registered and will be … Continue reading OKCodeCamp is almost here! I will be there and presenting!
I just saw from Nick Mayhew’s blog, which he had found on Mark Harrison’s blog where the UK Health Services just launched a new portal aiming to help the public better take advantage of their services utilizing MOSS 2007. I couldn’t find any where that stated how long they and there technology partners had been working on the project. This will not last long, my company is currently working on a very large site for a client that will definitely be ground breaking and news worthy. Sadly, I don’t want to release any details yet. My blog readers will be the first to … Continue reading One of the biggest MOSS live sites so far — but just wait! Also, LinkedIn just a MySpace for the Business Community?
I am now an MVP for the Visual Developer – ASP/ASP.NET technical communities! My wife will tell you it was a lot of work. 🙂 Since everyone is limited to the same time constraints as everyone else, 24 x 7 x 365 – family, work and occasionally sleep, I am continually looking for ways to be more effective with my time and reach a larger community with as close to the same amount of time as I have been able to contribute in the past. I will be taking Julie Lerman’s excellent and experienced advise (as she just hit MVP Year # … Continue reading ASP/ASP.NET MVP Award!