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Joey  
Hi , welcome back from the holiday break!

In a little over a month, voting will start for the Ignite IT Awards, Microsoft's recognition program for the best stories featuring Canadian IT Professionals and Developers, the often-unsung heroes who keep the hardware and software behind our business and lives running smoothly. If you’ve got such a story involving a solution that’s at least partly based on Microsoft-based technologies, submit it to the Ignite IT awards site! Not only will the IT Pros and Developers in the story
get some much-deserved recognition, they’ll also get a chance to win prizes:

Ignite IT One of two $5,000 prizes: one for a developer or developer team, one for an IT Pro or IT Pro team
Ignite IT 10 runner-up prizes: a Microsoft software kit valued at $1,000.
Ignite IT As an added bonus, if you include a short video telling the story, you’re eligible to win an Xbox 360 Elite, complete with the Special Edition of Grand Theft Auto IV (I loved that game!)

You can visit the Ignite IT Awards submissions page to see the stories that have already been submitted. There are all sorts of stories, from people taking on some difficult infrastructure challenges to developers making use of some of the newest tools to some pretty interesting deployments on unusual hardware platforms. If you think you’ve got a story that you think is worthy, by all means, submit it!

In other news, I’ll be posting quite regularly on the Canadian Developer Connection blog. I promise to be both informative and entertaining, so please visit it often!

I’ll see you online!
Joey

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View the submissions to date and share your story. All submissions will be open to the community for voting. The prize? $5,000.
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10-4 is a new video podcast which will take a look at a different capability of Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 every week! You can be the first to get these episodes by visiting Channel 9 and subscribing to the RSS feed of your choice, depending on the media format you’re interested in.
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Tune in on January 22, 2009 from 2-3PM EST for to get an overview of several Microsoft-based presentation layer technologies: ASP.NET, ASP.NET AJAX, Silverlight, Windows Forms and WPF. Register now!
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The Data Warehouse Architecture 2 & DW Performance and Scaling Presentation on Jan 22nd, 2009.
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VANCOUVER Jan 21-22 – Your last chance, Register now.
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Microsoft experts led one-hour webcasts to demonstrate how you can make the most of Microsoft-based technologies for Developers, including Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2008, Expression® Studio 2, Silverlight® and more...

Dev Tools Smart client application development best practices using visual studio team system 2008 - 01/20/09: 1:00pm—2:00pm
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Volume 12, Number 28

January 14th, 2009
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