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Drewby Made from 60% post-consumer recycled fiber. April 2005 Entries
Community, Community, Community!
Life has been pretty nuts getting started as a Developer Evangelist at Microsoft. Since my wife and daughter are in Japan for two months, I've been doing a lot of travel around the Great Lakes District (Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky) to meet with user groups and community leaders. We have a lot of incredible talent in our district, including great authors, speakers and leaders. One of my personal missions is to show this great community to the world and highlight Great Lakes District as one of the ......

Posted On Sunday, April 24, 2005 9:10 AM

Extend the Distributed System Designers with the SDM SDK
The Distributed System Designers in Visual Studio 2005 can be extended with your own models using the System Definition Model (SDM) SDK. There is a new section in the VS 2005 developer center dedicated to the SDM SDK. That's pretty cool.

Posted On Monday, April 18, 2005 11:47 PM

Let the fun begin! VS 2005 Beta 2

The VS 2005 Developer Center is now showing information about Beta 2 inluding a link to the Go Live License! This is great news and should spur a lot of information from bloggers and MS over the next few weeks! Here we go!

Posted On Sunday, April 17, 2005 11:33 PM

Scott and Rory, Too Close for Comfort
All I can say is the new video is legendary.

Posted On Wednesday, April 13, 2005 1:46 AM

Video Conversations with MSN Messenger 7.0
My wife and daughter are in Japan for 2 months and I'm alone back here in the US. They go to Japan once a year, so this isn't the first time. To keep in touch, we've used the Webcam feature of MSN Messenger. Released just in time for this trip, was MSN Messenger 7.0. The video conversation feature rocks in 7.0. The video quality is slightly better and I can expand the video window to full screen so it really makes it feel like we're connected. I can play games with my daughter like peekabo and other ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 12, 2005 12:27 AM

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