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2011 MSDN Flash Archive

Volume 1, Number 22 – 19 December 2011
Annual Xmas Giveaway Edition!

Volume 1, Number 21 – 7 December 2011
It all starts with WebMatrix…

Volume 1, Number 20 – 23 November 2011
Visual Studio 2011, Application Lifecycle Management and LightSwitch 2011

Volume 1, Number 19 – 9 November 2011
Light from across the ditch

Volume 1, Number 18 – 26 October 2011
Introducing: Thiago. Metro Azure Events

Volume 1, Number 17 – 21 October 2011
ASP.NET vNext

Volume 1, Number 16 – 30 September 2011 
Windows Phone and You

Volume 1, Number 15 – 15 September 2011
Use what you know. Do what you've always imagined.

Volume 1, Number 14 – 31 August 2011  
Tech·Ed - It's A Wrap! Looking out to BUILD...

Volume 1, Number 13 - 18 August 2011
Tech·Ed & Tech·Ed Online

Volume 1, Number 12 - 5 August 2011
Tech·Ed Development Tracks - Get In There!

SPECIAL EDITION - 22 July 2011
Tech·Ed: Special Edition

Volume 1, Number 11 - 13 July 2011
Auckland Code Camp & Technology Summit

Volume 1, Number 10 - 22 June 2011
Web Standards Update for VS 2010, Kinect for Windows SDK and more!

Volume 1, Number 9 - 10 June 2011
Mango to BUILD

Volume 1, Number 8 - 25 May 2011
The Latest NZ Development News & Events

Volume 1, Number 7 - 13 May 2011
The Great Kiwi Windows Azure Competition

Volume 1, Number 6 - 28 April 2011
The Latest From MIX11 in Las Vegas

Volume 1, Number 5 - April 1, 2011
Windows Phone 7 Development

Volume 1, Number 4 - March 16, 2011
Internet Explorer 9 Released

Volume 1, Number 3 - March 2, 2011
Supporting Christchurch Developers

Volume 1, Number 2 - February 16, 2011
Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate

Volume 1, Number 1 - January 24, 2011
The Unnamed Package of Web Love

 


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