A Side of Microsoft with your Turkey

I figured this week was not a week to miss, as we all need something new to listen to or read during the holidays. It gives you reason to not have to wash the dishes, or keep control of the stereo as you drive to family and friends to celebrate.

Today, is a mixture of links from the Microsoft Broadcaster as well as a few blog articles I have stumbled upon and found useful.

Web Designers vs. Web Developers

This is a hilarious info graphic showing the differences between a web designer and a web developer. Which side do you identify with?

October CU for SharePoint 2010 Rereleased

You may have heard that the October Cumulative Update for SharePoint Server 2010 was pulled because it would not always complete the update process. As of Thursday, November 18, an updated version has been posted. The following blog post from Stefan Gossner (Senior Escalation Engineer for SharePoint and MCMS) has posted about the release. http://blogs.technet.com/b/stefan_gossner/archive/2010/11/18/october-cu-for-sharepoint-2010-has-been-rereleased.aspx

Bridging the Architectural Chasm When Modernizing Legacy Code to .NET

Older technologies and impending shortages of legacy programming skills are driving many organizations to modernize legacy IT applications into newer development environments like Microsoft .NET. A key challenge is to restructure applications to be…

County Government Cuts Costs 91 Percent with Mainframe-to-.NET Migration

The mainframe for the property tax system in Marin County, California, was outdated, expensive to maintain, and tough to integrate with other systems. So, the county migrated its existing COBOL code to an environment running Windows Server…


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