Software Engineering Reference Posters

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I’m not sure what side of the fence you may fall on when it comes to reference posters, but while I don’t have my work space walls plastered with them they are none the less very informative and useful. More often than not if you’re looking for a quick answer many of these reference posters do exactly that. Oh and it doesn’t hurt that these posters and let you true geek shine thru and you may become the envy around your fellow geeks. Just remember to hang them in a location where you will not have the team looking over …

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Microsoft Desktop Player Provides A Method Of Learning

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If you live in the world of Information Technology I am sure that you have painfully came to the conclusion that learning is a never ending activity. In fact over the last decade technology has progressed so rapidly that I find it difficult to stay on top of learning activities. All one has to do is look at the history or Microsoft .NET and the progression of the framework. In a period of eight years .NET software engineers has seen a progression of the framework to that latest release of 4.0 which most likely will be discussed in detail at …

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Microsoft MIX 2010

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This week in Las Vegas, NV is the Mix 2010 conference and if you’re anything like me you were not able to make this event in person. In fact at the time I am writing this post I am sick and it is showing little sign of letting up. The next best thing to being there of course is watching Channel 9 Live at MIX10 – Who, What, When, and How!? So be sure not to miss this opportunity to tune in and see first hand what is going on. This should be a fun filled three days with a …

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