Getting Ready for Tech-Ed Israel 2008

Saturday, March 29, 2008

I too will be attending this year's Tech-Ed Israel 2008 in Eilat event, courtesy of Microsoft Israel. Yes, I too am one of the lucky ones whose stay at the convention is covered by Microsoft Israel and I'd like to take the opportunity to thank them - Thanks Microsoft Israel! In the spirit of Amit Cohen-Berezin's Get Ready for Tech Ed 2008 post, here's how I am setting up for blogging the event. I will be schlepping around: My beloved (even if a bit malfunctioning) Dell D620 wide 14" laptop. My trusted Canon S5...

Microblogging Dump from Developer Academy II

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

I'm having a good time in Microsoft Israel' Developer Academy II. Currently listening to Ohad Israeli starting to go over my head with concepts like "aspects" and products like PostSharp in his "Mastering Infrastructure Development" lecture. Fascinating stuff. For those of you unable to follow my microblogging updates on facebook, here's a dump of all of them up until now, in descending chronological order: Uri is concerned over the overhead incurred by Policy Injection when instantiating new objects. 3:07pm Uri is intrigued by the EventLogWatcher add-on (to VS?). 2:57pm ...

How I will be liveblogging from Developer Academy II

Monday, November 26, 2007

I will be using my "facebook status" to liveblog the Microsoft Israel's Developer Academy II event tomorrow. It's practically the same as microblogging (see twitter.com) except all sentences will begin with "uri is..." which is an amusing constraint.The "microposts" will not be posted here in my blog for two reasons:I can't find a proper way to sync. from facebook to the Community Server here.I don't want to overcrowd microsoft.co.il's feeds by overposting. This is a blog, not a microblog.  You can see what I write in several places:In my blog page, through the facebook badge I have installed over in...
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