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  • In this tour of the Microsoft Patterns & Practices office workspaces, there are some interesting points brought up on building collaborative agile workspaces. Some of the points that caught my […]

    How agile is your space?

    In this tour of the Microsoft Patterns & Practices office workspaces, there are some interesting points brought up on building collaborative agile workspaces. Some of the points that caught my […]

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  • Last week I had the privilege of attending Microsoft’s Global MVP Summit in Bellevue Washington. While I can’t talk about most of what was covered (NDA) I wanted to mention […]

    Microsoft MVP Summit – 2010

    Last week I had the privilege of attending Microsoft’s Global MVP Summit in Bellevue Washington. While I can’t talk about most of what was covered (NDA) I wanted to mention […]

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  • Last month (November 4th, 2009), I had the privilege of speaking at Microsoft’s “The New Efficiency” Launch for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 in Dallas. While no one […]

    Windows 7 Launch Videos for Developers Available Online.

    Last month (November 4th, 2009), I had the privilege of speaking at Microsoft’s “The New Efficiency” Launch for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 in Dallas. While no one […]

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  • Last Thursday I posted my thoughts about Microsoft’s OSS announcements (go digg it: 3 Reasons Microsoft Needs an Open Source Officer), namely the formation of the CodePlex Foundation (awesome) and […]

    “draft whurley” Featured on Linux.com

    Last Thursday I posted my thoughts about Microsoft’s OSS announcements (go digg it: 3 Reasons Microsoft Needs an Open Source Officer), namely the formation of the CodePlex Foundation (awesome) and […]

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  • While I was out at the MVP Summit this summer I had a chance to catch up with Brian Prince from Microsoft and we talked about using Dependency Injection for […]

    Dependency Injection on ARCast TV

    While I was out at the MVP Summit this summer I had a chance to catch up with Brian Prince from Microsoft and we talked about using Dependency Injection for […]

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  • Related Featured article on Linux.com ars techica’s article on the Codeplex Foundation Jeremy’s Post on CodeBetter Scott Bellware chimed in on this “watershed moment, a turning point for the Microsoft […]

    3 Reasons Microsoft Needs an Open Source Officer

    Related Featured article on Linux.com ars techica’s article on the Codeplex Foundation Jeremy’s Post on CodeBetter Scott Bellware chimed in on this “watershed moment, a turning point for the Microsoft […]

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  • In June I’ll be the local Silverlight expert, leading a technology track on Rich Internet Applications (RIA) at a Microsoft’s BizSpark event, SparkStart. From the official announcement: SparkStart is a […]

    Add some (biz)Spark to your startup!

    In June I’ll be the local Silverlight expert, leading a technology track on Rich Internet Applications (RIA) at a Microsoft’s BizSpark event, SparkStart. From the official announcement: SparkStart is a […]

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  •   With all of the great press that Improving Enterprises has been getting lately (6 of the most talented MVP’s in DFW area work here, we’re a Microsoft Gold Partner […]

    Microsoft Training in Dallas

      With all of the great press that Improving Enterprises has been getting lately (6 of the most talented MVP’s in DFW area work here, we’re a Microsoft Gold Partner […]

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  • While there weren’t *actually* any Linux MVP’s announced on April 1st, there were several new MVP’s announced. Now, over 10% of the people at Improving Enterprises are recognized by Microsoft […]

    Improving’s MVPs

    While there weren’t *actually* any Linux MVP’s announced on April 1st, there were several new MVP’s announced. Now, over 10% of the people at Improving Enterprises are recognized by Microsoft […]

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  • Several exciting things happened today. First, I was re-rewarded with an ASP.NET MVP (thank you, thank you… I’d like to thank that academy… oh wait), Microsoft announced the *much anticipated* […]

    Microsoft Announces new Linux MVP

    Several exciting things happened today. First, I was re-rewarded with an ASP.NET MVP (thank you, thank you… I’d like to thank that academy… oh wait), Microsoft announced the *much anticipated* […]

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