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Digipede Update: April, 2006

We’ve been busy here trying to get the message out. Here’s what what’s been going on:

  • We got another glowing review. This time from Mario Morejon of CRN magazine in the article "Grid Computing Turns .NET Into Enterprise Powerhouse"

  • Dan gave an MSDN webcast on grid computing using OOP which you can view here. Good Job Dan!

  • Look for Digipede on the new Visual Studio 2005 Professional Partner Resource DVD. Look for this updated DVD at the upcoming Microsoft TechEd events. We had a good team effort here at Digipede to pull all the pieces together, which is one of the reasons I love working at startups.

  • Those of you who have been watching my blog know that I’ve been trying to figure out how to distribute Excel on our grid. Well, I came up with four different design patterns and the white paper is now available here. I hope that some of you find this of value.

  • Digipede accepted an invitation to join Microsoft’s BioIT Alliance. Which you can read about here.
  • We’re not sitting still.  We have the following upcoming events scheduled:

  • Dan and John will be at Microsoft’s 4th Annual Financial Services Developer Conference in Manhattan early next week. So look them up. Dan will be giving demonstrations so it’s a great opportunity to talk to someone who has written grid-enabled apps and has helped our customers write those apps.

  • Dan has an Advanced Grid Programming MSDN webinar scheduled for Tuesday, April 25, 2006 at 11:00am PST. You can signup for the live demo here. If you miss the event it is being recorded and will be posted to the same address above for you to view later.

  • Dan also does a regular webcast which you can signup for here. The next one is scheduled for May 3rd at 10am PST.
  • We've got some new customers so watch our site for new case studies.  All in all, very exciting with more things in the works.


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