I’ve just received an email from Microsoft telling me that I’ve won a Microsoft Community Contributor Award. This is nice! Thanks guys! I’ve gone from complete ignorance of the award to receiving one in a very short space of time.
Seems we’re having a bit of an Microsoft and Open Source Love-In this week.
Umbraco is the Open Source content management on the ASP.NET platform. You can download Umbraco from here: http://www.microsoft.com/web/umbraco.
Here’s something I nearly missed: Microsoft UK seems to be supporting the Open Source movement.
Firstly, Microsoft is hosting downloads of the Windows port of the Acquia Drupal content management platform. You can download and install it here: http://www.microsoft.com/web/drupal.
Well, I’ve finally got round to it. I’m running a 5-day public SharePoint Developer course out of our offices at Brighton, UK. The dates are pretty soon – 27-31 July 2009.
Since this month I’ve been a Microsoft Certified Trainer. I’ve not got round to blogging it until now. This means I’m certified to teach a metric tonne of courses. Including the SharePoint courses 5060/5061 (Administration) and 50064 (Development). Drop me a line if you’re interested!