Tagged: Announcements

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Azure Services Training Kit – April Update – Released

The April Update of the Azure Services Training Kit has released and is ready for download. Below is a brief overview (taken from the download site) of what’s included in the latest release. Overview The Azure Services Training Kit includes a comprehensive set of technical content including hands-on labs, presentations, and demos that are designed to help you learn how to use the Azure Services Platform. The April release includes the following updates: New Presentation...

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Final CTP for Visual Studio 2008 Extensions for SharePoint (VSeWSS) v1.3 Released

The final March 2009 CTP for the Visual Studio 2008 Extensions for SharePoint (v1.3) has now been recently released.  Head on over to Paul Andrew’s Blog (Paul is a Technical Product Manager on the SharePoint Team) for a rundown of the new capabilities available in this CTP.  Also with this release, we released a set of ten fresh new themes for SharePoint built as VSeWSS projects. Here’s a thumbnail of the new designs available to VSeWSS...

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Accessibility Toolkit for SharePoint v2.0 Released

Hi Software and Microsoft recently released version 2.0 of the Accessibility Toolkit for SharePoint. The intent of this solution is to provide a accessible development framework for Office SharePoint Server environments. Key features of AKS v2.0 include: Smart Control adapters which greatly reduce the amount of custom configuration previously required for AKS control adapters. The Web Part Zone Control Adapter, a special Smart Adapter that modifies the output of SharePoint so that it does not...

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Dynamics CRM Incubation Week – 2nd Installment – Boston, MA

  Due to the popularity of the inaugural Dynamics CRM Incubation Week event , Sanjay and his team are at it again with the 2nd installment of this great event. For those of you out in the blogsphere who are local to the Boston, MA area and has a startup business, or is contemplating building a new business around the delivery of business solutions, a co-worker of mine, Sanjay Jain, recently made an announcement of a great event, called the Dynamics CRM...

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Windows Azure “How Do I” videos for developers recently released

Microsoft has recently published the first 9 or 40 Azure Services Platform “How Do I” (HDIs) videos for public consumption.  The intent of the HDI videos are to provide additional training and resources around building cloud-aware applications on the Windows Azure Services Platform.  These HDI videos are freely downloadable and contains a ton of useful information and guidance.  Over time, more HDI videos will be published that addresses many aspects of developing solutions on top...

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