Microsoft Research showed off some of the advances in augmented reality combining tablet, Kinect motion sensor and cloud computing. You have to check out this demo. This is wild stuff. … Continue reading Wow! Advances in Augmented Reality at Microsoft Research
We’ve extended two promotions: 1. Our Free Visual SourceSafe to hosted Team Foundation Server 2010 migration offer is extended until the end of the year. The mainstream support for Visual … Continue reading Promotions Extended for VSS Migration and SQL Source Control
Yesterday was Google’s 13th anniversary. Now, we’re primarily a Microsoft shop here, so there are a lot of Bing advocates wandering the halls, but even the most ardent Microsoftie has … Continue reading 13 years of Googling
Wow. I’m still recovering from the Microsoft //BUILD conference and desperately trying to catch up at work for the past week. The conference was like drinking from a fire hose. I … Continue reading BUILD Conference: Developers Have Decisions to Make
The other day I came across this raffle ticket from the Microsoft party at HostingCon last month. Looking at it now, I can see why it may not have been … Continue reading One ticket to paradise?
Our sales and marketing department often fields questions about Team Foundation Server pricing. Those question range from clarification of the tiered user pricing to a very general and straightforward, “Why … Continue reading Why using DiscountASP.NET hosted TFS actually saves you money
We’re always discussing The Cloud around here. There are some who have come to believe The Cloud is a three pound burger but the answer finally came to me today … Continue reading CPOI
The biggest, most attended code camp on the west coast takes place on October 8th and 9th, 2011 at Foothill College in Los Altos, California. This code camp is none … Continue reading The Largest Code Camp on the West Coast!