JR's Blog | March 2010

One more talk on the Sync. Framework...

by Jean-Rene Roy 25. March 2010 00:56

Yesterday I did again my talk about the MS Sync. Framework. This time it was the ODNC for the lunch presentation.  Attendees had very good questions and it shows the interest on this tools.  In fact I am using in production the Sync. Framework with the File Provider and it really fast.  Coding something like that will take me a long time before I get it right. If you do not know what is the MS Sync. Framework. Check it out at this link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sync/default.aspx

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DevTeach Free Community Event: SharePoint 2010 tour in 6 cities

by Jean-Rene Roy 19. March 2010 00:04

Do you use SharePoint in your enterprise? If so, you will be interested by this free 2 hours free training. SharePoint 2010 is about to come out and it’s loaded with goodies. These 2 hours will focus on the developing aspect of the SharePoint 2010. This SharePoint 2010 tour is running in 6 cities. Register early, Space is limited.

 

The morning and evening events will feature the same content so register now for the most convenient session in a city near you.

Breakfast Event Sessions

Speakers

Date

City

Jason Kaczor Consulting

Monday April 19th

Calgary

Black Ninja Software

Wednesday April 21st

Vancouver

Jason Kaczor Consulting

Wednesday April 21st

Edmonton

Like 10 Inc.

Thursday April 22nd

Ottawa

Like 10 Inc.

Thursday April 29th

Montreal

ObjectSharp

Monday May 3th

Toronto

 

User Group Evening Sessions

Speakers

Date

City

ObjectSharp

Monday April 19th

Toronto

Black Ninja Software

Monday April 21st

Vancouver

Jason Kaczor Consulting

Thursday April 22nd

Calgary

 

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.NET | Event

Lunch and Learn at DevTeach…

by Jean-Rene Roy 12. March 2010 03:30

All week at DevTeach we had fun and saw many very good sessions but at lunch time we had nowhere to go.  So I’ve been asking for volunteers to show demos at lunch.  Beth Massi volunteered to present Open XML SDK on Wednesday and I presented my Sync. Framework  onThursday.  This is a good thing for the attendees because you do learn during lunch time. Something else we did during lunch time, is running http://www.dnrtv.com/ shows. These are fantastic free training videos you can play in your office at lunch time. Check it out.

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Lunch talk about the Sync Framework at the OttawaCommunity.NET

by Jean-Rene Roy 11. March 2010 21:46

Yesterday I did again my talk about the Sync framework at the OttawaCommunity.NET.

At start we had small technical problem with the projector and we started 10 min. last. That is too bad because I did not get a chance to show one of the demos.  The attendees had very good questions about this free framework and I think I raise some interest in this product.  What amazes me when I present this talk is the fact that most attendees do not know what the SQL Server Compact Edition is. Anyway if you have been at this presentation, you can download the source code from a previous blog I did in 2009. See the link below.

Last year blog: http://www.softdesign.ca/Blog/post/Sync-Framework-talk-at-the-OttawaSQLNet.aspx

 

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.NET | Blog | Event | SQL

Lunch and Learn at DevTeach…

by Jean-Rene Roy 11. March 2010 03:30

All week at DevTeach we had fun and saw many very good sessions but at lunch time we had nowhere to go.  So I’ve been asking for volunteers to show demos at lunch.  Beth Massi volunteered to present Open XML SDK on Wednesday and I presented my Sync. Framework  onThursday.  This is a good thing for the attendees because you do learn during lunch time. Something else we did during lunch time, is running http://www.dnrtv.com/ shows. These are fantastic free training videos you can play in your office at lunch time. Check it out.

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Jean-Rene Roy Bio

Jean-René Roy; architecting IT solution for large and small enterprises since 1987. In 1991 he founded the consulting firm Technologies SoftDesign Inc.

He has worked on projects for the Canada Council of the Arts, Treasury Board of Canada, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, House of Commons, Innovapost, Bell Canada, CGI and many other corporations assuming the responsibility of IT Manager, Technical Advisor, System Analyst, Business Analyst, Senior Software Architect, Senior Software Developers, Team leader, Project management and mentor. He is still very active in the developers’ community by acting as a user group leader for more than ten years with the Montreal .NET community and the Ottawa .NET community.

He is also the co-founder of an international developer’s conference www.DevTeach.com which is now directed by a member of his team. Jean-René Roy is a SQL Server Microsoft MVP.

 

 

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