Monthly Archives: July 2005

Champions off to Electronic Sports World Cup

In the first weekend of June the Electronic Sports World Cup qualifier was held in the “Beurs van Berlage” in Amsterdam. Great place to have a LAN tournament. Champions eSports Association was there and seeded first. We also won the … Continue reading

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Great place to meet people

When you are looking for certain people at a jumbo-sized venue like the Amsterdam RAI with over 7 thousand people squirming around like ants, you won’t find them. Still, I met the following people today and spoke to them:Sander Gerz … Continue reading

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Mixed feelings on keynotes sessions

Shame on me, but this was my first ever keynote session on a TechEd (even though I have been to 5 TechEds before). I did see the keynote of the Professional Developer Conference (PDC) in 2003. That one rocked. It … Continue reading

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Arrived at TechEd

Just arrived at the TechEd. Registration went smooth. No line (I got to use the MCT/MVP non-existent queue, but the others were not too bad either) to receive my passes and collect the bag.Each edition of TechEd it is always … Continue reading

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Assembly binding failures no longer logged by default

Just came across this little message in a Yellow-Screen-Of-Death of ASP.NET 2.0:WRN: Assembly binding logging is turned OFF.To enable assembly bind failure logging, set the registry value [HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftFusion!EnableLog] (DWORD) to 1.Note: There is some performance penalty associated with assembly bind … Continue reading

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4 year itch

The day before yesterday was my last day at Twice IT Training. I worked there for nearly 4 years and did a lot of training and a little coaching. Alas, time has come for me to move on. I started … Continue reading

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