One of my friends sent me off a job posting that they have in Chicago and asked if I knew of anyone for the position. I figured I'd post it here since I can't think of anyone in that area:
Sr. Interaction Designer - Mobile Devices (Engineering/Architecture)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Salary Range: 80K - 90K plus 10% bonus
Reply here to let me know if your interested and I'll send you their contact details.
It's now official! As announced by Soma earlier today, Visual Studio 2005, .NET 2.0, and SQL Server 2005 have been released. VS 2005 and SQL Server 2005 have been sent off to manufacturing. If you have an MSDN Universal or the new Visual Studio Team Server Editions, you can download them from the MSDN Subscriber website now (although it will take awhile - as you may expect). The framework redistributables and SDK are available for download on the Microsoft website.
Congratulations to all of the related teams at Microsoft for getting this out there!
The next .NET Valley meeting will be tonight at LCCC in Nanticoke, PA. For more information about the event and for a link to sign-up for the event, visit www.DotNetValley.com
In this podcast, Wally continues on with his rants about Atlas. You can download this podcast by visiting http://weblogs.asp.net/wallym/archive/2005/10/21/428126.aspx.
.NET Valley Event Oct 26 - Microsoft Small Business Accounting 2006SIGN-UP
This event will be held at Luzerne County Community College, Nanticoke on October 26th, 2005. For directions to the facility and for room information, click here. The event will begin at 6:00pm. Here is the schedule:
6:00pm Open Forum 6:30pm IT Professional Presentation: Microsoft Small Business Accounting 2006 Features, Part I
Jason N. Gaylord, Microsoft MVP and ASPInsider
7:30pm BREAK 7:45pm Developer Presentation: Creating Add-Ins for Microsoft Small Business Accounting 2006
Jason N. Gaylord, Microsoft MVP and ASPInsider
8:45pm SWAG Handout and Survey
Microsoft Small Business Accounting 2006 Features, Part I (Jason N. Gaylord, Microsoft MVP and ASPInsider)
Microsoft recently released their new accounting product called Microsoft Small Business Accounting 2006. In this talk, you'll learn about some of the built in features that come with Small Business Accounting 2006 as well as some hidden features that most are unaware of.
Creating Add-Ins for Microsoft Small Business Accounting 2006 (Jason N. Gaylord, Microsoft MVP and ASPInsider)
Microsoft Small Business Accounting 2006 has a software developer kit (SDK) that allows developers to create add-in modules for SBA 2006. Attendees will learn how to create their own add-ins and will learn some additional tips and tricks such as utilizing Microsoft SQL Server with SBA 2006.
I read a post last week by Steve Smith about DotNetSlackers. It's pretty cool. All you have to do is create a profile and choose receive newsletter. Once you create a profile, click on Email Service in the profile menu. Choose the technologies you'd like to receive blog entries on. Then, you'll receive an email in your inbox that appears similar to this:
Hello Jason,I checked with the website's author, our good friend Sonu Kapoor, and all of my blogs are included. So, if you like to read my boring blog, you'll continue to receive updates. ;)
Here are your news items for 18 Oct 2005.... website as: http://www.dotnetslackers.com.
Total News: 10
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SMO Changes in September CTP (Don Kielys Technical Blatherings)
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SQL Server logins and SIDs (Pluralsight Blogs)
I just spent about 30 minutes debugging something really dumb and I thought I'd post here in case I can save someone that time. I'm working on some deployment scripts, and part of what they do is crea...
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The 22nd ASP.NET podcast has now been posted by Wally. The show includes a summary of Spang, the MVP and ASPInsider Summits, and an introduction to Atlas. To download the show, click here. For the entire list of show notes, click here.
I've finally posted some pictures from the NJ Code Camp this weekend in Edison/Iselin, NJ. You can check them out by visiting http://www.jasongaylord.com/photos/Photos.aspx?AlbumID=104. Also, the .NET Rocks show was posted to the website. You can check that out by visiting http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showID=141.
Don Demsak (DonXML) and Scott Watermasysk (ScottW) did an awesome job putting together the NJCodeCamp. For my 9:00am session on Web Parts in ASP.NET 2.0, I'm proud to say that we had "standing room only." For my 10:15am session on Membership and Role Management in ASP.NET 2.0, we moved to a room 2-3 times the size of our earlier room and it was probably 80-90% filled. I stayed around for a bit and saw that many of the other sessions were packed in as well. Thanks to both Don and Scott for inviting me to come and present. I have pictures I'll be posting very soon.
I'll be presenting at the 2005 NJCodeCamp being held this Saturday, October 15, 2005 at the Microsoft Office in Iselin/Edison, NJ. The two topics I will be presenting are Web Parts in ASP.NET 2.0 and Membership and Role Management in ASP.NET 2.0. Both of these presentations have been revised quite heavily since the last time I presented these topics and will be posted on my website by Sunday.
The schedule for this event has been posted at njcodecamp.org. Scott Watermasysk mentioned to me this morning that there were 20 open slots. I'm not sure if these are still available, but you can visit the registration site at http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032283191&Culture=en-US to check it out.
A group of ASPInsiders (including Wally McClure, Phil Winstanley, Ryan TS, Paul Glavich, Dave Sussman, Chris Frazier, Doug Reily, Ambrose Little, Aaron Seet, Alex Homer, and myself) created a new podcast about some of the new great features coming out surrounding Microsoft Technologies. We have discussed things such as Atlas, ASP.NET 2.0, WWF, and more! Download it now at http://weblogs.asp.net/wallym/archive/2005/10/04/426591.aspx.
Was talking with Plip earlier about the new code-name "Spang". It seems like it will definately increase productivity. I can't discuss any of the fine details but I can't wait for it to come out. I'll try to keep everyone up to date on this topic!