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I live with my family in the rolling hills of Northeastern Pennsylvania. I'm a web developer by trade, but have broad experience in various business areas. Want to know more about me?
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For more information, check out the official announcement at: http://www.techbash.com/News_View.aspx?Articleid=15
You can also find more general information about TECHbash by visiting www.techbash.com. Be sure to sign-up for this event as there will be limited seating available!Read More
.NET Valley is proud to announce its first ever TECHbash to occur on November 30th at Luzerne County Community College. This TECHbash will be Northeastern Pennsylvania’s official Visual Studio .NET 2005 and SQL Server 2005 launch event. Everyone in attendance will receive free software and other swag related to the event. The event will kick off at 4:30pm. More details will be posted on the www.TECHbash.com website at a later date.
Space is limited so be sure to sign-up today!Read More
One of my friends sent me off a job posting that they have in Chicago and asked if I knew of anyone for the position. I figured I’d post it here since I can’t think of anyone in that area:
Sr. Interaction Designer - Mobile Devices (Engineering/Architecture)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Salary Range: 80K - 90K plus 10% bonus
Reply here to let me know if your interested and I’ll send you their contact details.Read More
It’s now official! As announced by Soma earlier today, Visual Studio 2005, .NET 2.0, and SQL Server 2005 have been released. VS 2005 and SQL Server 2005 have been sent off to manufacturing. If you have an MSDN Universal or the new Visual Studio Team Server Editions, you can download them from the MSDN Subscriber website now (although it will take awhile - as you may expect). The framework redistributables and SDK are available for download on the Microsoft website.
Congratulations to all of the related teams at Microsoft for getting this out there!Read More
MSN is now joining Yahoo! and Google in announcing that their search tool will be able to soon search published book content. MSN joined the Open Content Alliance yesterday announcing that they will “bring millions of publicly available print materials worldwide to the Web.” For more information, visit the official announcement here.Read More
In this podcast, Wally continues on with his rants about Atlas. You can download this podcast by visiting http://weblogs.asp.net/wallym/archive/2005/10/21/428126.aspx.Read More