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It's not my story, but one that both Kimberly and Steve told me on seperate occasions. Last year, Kim was flying to TechEd Europe on a non-direct flight to Barcelona. She relates that the passenger next to her started to chit chat before the flight took off and they both learned they were going to Barcelona. Then the discovered they were both going to TechEd to speak. That's when they finally introduced each other and Steve learned that he was sitting next to the top rated speaker from TechEd 2003 ...
Kimberly has gone on to beat Steve Riley as of Thursday at 6:00 PM. Now I know this seems crazy, but you will have to read my blog tomorrow for the story behind the competition. Thanks to Kevin Lisota and the Mobile Devices team for providing Smart Phone Incentives for Evals. :) Now I am off to see SHAMU. See y'all there! Denise Rank Code Title Score # of evals 1. MBS341 Navision Developer: Build Complete Vertical Solution(s) On Top of Business Suite Patrick Paludan-Müller 9.00 2 2. WIN338 Best ...
Busy day in the cabanas meant a lot of lunch time cabana repeats set for Thursday. Here's the line-up so far: (note: all of these changes are on CommNet). Thursday's Changes Time Code Title Room Timeslot Change 8:30AM MBL360 Writing Secure Mobile Applications For Windows Mobile Devices Room 33ABC Session Added 11:45 AM BPRC27+ SharePoint Implementations in the Real World Room 33ABC Session Added 11:45 AM BPRC10+ Building and Enterprise Knowledge Networked with SharePoint Products and Technologies ...
Yes. Today we will be distributing requests for evals to be submitted. Information on how to fill out an eval will be handed out during the second timeslot, as well as set in the CommNet area. The Mobile Devices team has secured SmartPhones for a drawing for those who submit evals. Fortunately the eval counts are going up. It's a good thing, the statistical data will be stronger for us to evaluate where we hit the mark. As of Thursday morning, this is who is hot: Top 10 Sessions - Event Running Rank ...
Top Sessions thus far for TechEd 2004 based on the butts-in-seats through Tuesday, May 25th. Code Title Speaker(s) MSG343 Exchange Server Sizing Stephen Tramack WIN260 Introduction to Windows Update Services (WUS) Gary Henderson; Josh Vincent SEC300 Securing Microsoft: How Microsoft Does IT Michael Sharp MSG200 General Session: Exchange Server Today and Tomorrow Kim Akers; Dave Thompson SEC353 Anatomy of a Network Hack: How to Get Your Network Hacked in 10 Easy Steps Jesper Johansson CTS200 Connected ...
Started with a skit of two actors – one being IT and another representing development. They complained about each other and made some funny jokes about each other. Then Andy Lees was introduced. The crowd liked the skit. Andy Lees Corporate VP, Server and Tools Business States that 70% of the time IT is standing still Cause of this is complexity MSFT will reduce IT complexity Windows Server System components (SQL, Exchange, OS, etc.) all work together seamlessly … this reduces complexity ...
Been here, done this, have the t-shirt...Check it out! http://groups.msn.com/TechE... Yes. My colleague Candice Pedersen and I joined the TechEdBloggers.Net group tonite for a little get-together. Looks like we may even schedule a breakout session on Thursday at lunch. I had to leave early to get back and make some session updates, but Kevin and Drew said they may just do a session! I will update CommNet and the housekeeping monitors as soon as they ...
Huu great feature list for content management and knowledge management companies. Here is the list I collected on Share Point services and Share Point Server: 1) share a document with team members ( Document workspace) 2) Tracking of document (roll back with versioning). 3) Integrated with office 2003. 4) Import and export share point site links. 5) Meeting workspace – documents, site references for the meeting could be created as site easily for tracking. 6) Self Service site creation, without ...
Tech•Ed 2004 is just 17 days away! I am really looking forward to this year’s event. There’s so many new things happening. I am going to spend the next few days highlighting speakers, tracks, sessions, cabanas, parties, as well as giving a little historical perspective to the event. This marks my sixth TechEd and I’ve just gone through all the historical data to see where we’ve been and where we are going. (I am the technical content owner for the event this year). One ...
Support for SOAP Version 1.1Get full support for the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.1 document envelope. Support for XML Version 1.0Get full support for Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 data definition. Support for XSLTTransform documents between definitions by using Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT). Support for UN/EDIFACT and ANSI X12 EDIEnjoy support for United Nations Electronic Interchange for Administration, Commerce and Transport (UN/EDIFACT) and EDI standard ...
Now that SOA is taking the world by storm, this is the time to define the format that will be used to exchange data in this new architecture ruled by messages. Welcome to the world of SODA. SODA stands for Service Oriented Data Access and it has been conceived to provide a mechanism to represent data in a simpler and more powerful way than other formats like XML. Let's take a look at some basic samples for a better understanding:Employee { Name = "John Doe"; Age = 35; Hired = 05/10/2003; Salary = ...
Here is a list of our books publishing in December from Sams Publishing that you may be interested in (no, I am not linking each of them - you can look them up by the ISBN): Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Unleashed by Rand Morimoto, ISBN: 0672325810, Price: $59.99 US Microsoft Visual C# .NET 2003 Developer's Cookbook by Mark Schmidt and Simon Robinson, ISBN: 0672325802, Price: $49.99 US Alison Balter's Mastering Microsoft Office Access 2003, ISBN: 0672325500, Price: $59.99 US Microsoft Visual C++ ...
Jim Alchin - ** how developers can do this? Fundamentals - WinFS - Indigo - Avalon Announcing WinFX - next step behind Win 32 - builds on the .NET Framework Well-structured programming framework for Windows Continued commitment to back wards compatibility MS-DOS – Win16 – Win32 - WinFX Add ref and release you will not have to think about. WinFx Developer Preview - namespace chart Software fundamentals - challenges System, application, driver reliability Deployment complexity and expense ...