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Monthly Archives: October 2005

Windows Vista to RTM on July 25, 2006?

That’s what Computerworld says.

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Scrum podcasts with Ken Schwaber

Available here.

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New Scrum Image

Mike Cohn hired a graphic designer to update the old Scrum image. Looks pretty spiffy!  [via Clarke Ching]

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Visual Studio 2005 and .NET 2.0 go gold

Finally, Visual Studio 2005 and .NET 2.0 RTM. This is later than I was told to expect it on MSDN, so I wonder if Nov. 7 is still the release date?

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Security Code Camp info!

Come join us for the MAD Security Code Camp on Sat, Oct. 29 at the Microsoft Reston Technology Center in Reston, VA. What’s going on? You can check out the full schedule for the Code Camp here. Can I attend? … Continue reading 

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We’re Hiring!

UPDATE: Positions are filled. My employer, CapTech Ventures, is looking for some top-quality .NET Developers. We currently have developer and senior developer positions available. (We also have Project Manager and Business Analyst positions available, contact me for more details.) Please … Continue reading 

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Scrum solution starter for Microsoft Project 2003

Who says Microsoft Project can’t be agile? Introducing the Solution Starter: Scrum for Project 2003. In addition to the standard burn-down charts, it looks to show something similar to an earned-value burn-up chart. Impressive. It’s a shame they did it in VB6.

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Hey Microsoft: No more long product names!

From Robert Cialdini’s Influence at Work newsletter: “Gone are the days when the color names were simple. Anyone who opens a new box of crayons will quickly notice that the old common names (e.g., green, yellow, brown) have been replaced … Continue reading 

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Registration is Open for the SouthEastern VA Code Camp

You can now register for the SouthEastern Virginia Code Camp! Register Here! Join us for the first SouthEastern Virginia Code Camp. This free, community-driven event is all about the code. Developers from the community will present about the topics they’re passionate … Continue reading 

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Hampton Roads code camp call for speakers

Announcing the FIRST Hampton Roads Code Camp! We’ll be holding a Code Camp on Saturday, December 10th at ODU in Norfolk, VA (registration will be up soon). Still to be determined is what the tracks will be… so start submitting! If … Continue reading 

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