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Michael Dunn - VSTS+MSDN Premium Promises Progress Report

Oh yeah... and I'll have to follow up regarding Michael Dunn's promises that he made for winning Visual Studio Team System + MSDN Premium.  You can go here for the list and below I wil...

Twin Cities Code Camp 2

If you live in or near Minneapolis, MN, here's your chance to see me in person.  The Twin Cites Code Camp is taking place this Saturday (4/28/2007) and Jason has done a great job pulling t...

I need a few good artists!

If you're an aspiring (or starving) artist, please contact me regarding a project that I'm working on.  It's a free project, so don't look at getting rich off of it; however, y...

Dallas Code Camp 2 - Success!

Omar did a great job pulling together everything for yet another successful event! For those that didn't make it this time around, be sure to sign up at http://www.dallascodecamp.com so your no...

Going On Tour

Well, not really... but I might as well be.  The next month is going to be extremely hectic.  So this weekend kicks off the wirlwind of events/travel that will last into the first week of...

"Community Happens"

As I've said before, I really enjoy being a part of a larger community of .NET enthusiasts.  Here's the deal.  The community spoke loudly... The community leaders listened and agr...

MVP Summit 2007 and Fort Worth Windows Vista/Office 2007 Community Launch Event

This years summit was a blast!  Special thanks goes out to the MVP team (The Summit), Rod Paddock (BBQ on Sunday afternoon) and Jeffery Polermo (Sunday night party).  Of course, after bei...

My.Vista

Caleb has sort of let the cat out of the bag... Introducing My.Vista. There are over 7,000 new API's in Windows Vista.  Some of them are immediately obvious while others are deep beneath t...

What's next? All restaurants will be Taco Bell!

Do anyone remember Demolition Man?  I'll assume you do.  So during one scene, John Spartan goes to visit Dr. Cocteau at his house.  Just prior to his visit, the scene opens with...

It's 2:12am and I'm done with a new VS2005 Macro hack

I need to run it through it's paces, but I now have a VS2005 macro that will, whenever I successfully build a release mode project, package the project folder into a zip file named [ProjectName...