Monthly Archives: July 2007

MixUK Registration Open

Registration for MixUK, taking place in London on the 11th & 12th September, is now open. The ‘early bird’ registration will set you back £199. Scott Guthrie is the keynote speaker and it should be a popular event.   Further … Continue reading

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Free MS Press PowerShell/Windows 2008 Server eBook

For what it’s worth, you can download free chapters of the following books from the link below. You’ll need to sign in with passport and complete some details before hand though. Introducing Windows Server 2008 (ISBN: 9780735624214)Microsoft Windows … Continue reading

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007 Podcast with Craig Murphy

It’s official! According to social programmer Craig Murphy, I’m a ‘pretty cool guy’!   The full text can be found here on his blog:   The posting refers to a podcast that I did with him following DDD5 last … Continue reading

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VBUG Election Manifestos

Today, the formal manifestos have been published by the VBUG office.  The great news is that all candidates are regional coordinators and have made proven contributions towards the group.   Our current Chairman Mark Anderson will not be standing for … Continue reading

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C# 3.0 Features with Claudio

Yesterday, Claudio Lassala gave a great presentation on C# 3.0 features. This is the second webcast that I’ve organised with Claudio, the first one being on .Net productivity tips and tricks. In total, we received around 70 registrations for this … Continue reading

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VBUG Elections

Many of you know that I’ve been actively involved in VBUG for a long time. The following posting provides some insight into VBUG and talks a bit about the forthcoming election. There are several VBUG regions which include Edinburgh, Newcastle, … Continue reading

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