Tampa Bay IASA - March 2008 Meeting

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The Tampa Bay chapter of the International Association of Software Architects (IASA) is dedicated to building a community of professionals interested in topics related to software architecture. This organization welcomes all interested professionals. Whether you are a senior enterprise architect at a fortune 100... Read more

TechEd Developers: Birds of a Feather Topic

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Many of you may remember that I moderated a Birds of a Feather session at TechEd last year on Code style and standards. I am happy to announce that I will (hopefully) be moderating a follow-up session this year. From last years session, there were almost 100 people that showed... Read more

Windows Live FolderShare Beta

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A while ago I talked about Windows Live FolderShare. As a reminder, for those of you who don’t know: FolderShare allows you to synchronize files across multiple computers and access or share files with colleagues and friends. You no longer need to send large files via  email, burn... Read more

Caring about the developer community

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One of my fellow GWB bloggers recently posed the question “Do you care about your developer community?” and offered some interesting ideas for user groups to adopt to help foster more community spirit. Hopefully whatever troubles D’Arcy is having will straighten themselves out, but the questions he asks... Read more

IE8 Standards Mode Problems

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In a previous post I talked about the new IE8 Beta 1 release and IE7 compatibility mode. In that post I mentioned that I had only run in to one site that didn’t render properly in IE8 standards mode. Since that post, I took a look at my blog... Read more