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    Friday, April 27, 2007

    Top 10 lesson learned from an experienced developer

    I try to programmer a little but I'm no professional developer... Here's a good list of things that a developer learned from years of experience instead of professional trainer  

    Link to Andres’ thoughts » Top ten things ten years of professional software development has taught me

    Wednesday, April 25, 2007

    World Bank: Less Than A Billion Now Live On Less Than a $1 A Day

    One - The Campaign to make poverty History

    According to new reports from the World Bank, approximately 985 million people around the world now live on less than $1 day, down from an estimated 1.25 billion on 1990.

    Extreme poverty is often defined as living on less than $1 a day and the "over a billion" figure has found a home on many ONE Campaign materials.

    Find ONE's updated fact sheets here.

    Tuesday, April 24, 2007

    Good write-up on the Developer Summit

    ESRI ArcWatch April 2007 - Technology Improvements, Trends, and Technical Advice Take Center Stage at ESRI Developer Summit

    Wangari Maathai to Present Keynote Address at 2007 ESRI User Conference

    I missed this announcement when it came out after the Dev Summit but I'm looking forward to hearing from Wangari Maathai regarding her work in Kenya.

    Press Release -- Wangari Maathai to Present Keynote Address at 2007 ESRI User Conference

    Windows Live Gallery - Writer Gallery

    If you are using Live Writer, make sure and check the growing collection of plug-ins. 

    Link to Windows Live Gallery - Writer Gallery

     

    Quote of the Day:
    I never put on a pair of shoes until I've worn them for five years.
    --Samuel Goldwyn

    Windows Live Writer

    I had to clean up some programs on my Tablet PC and in the process downloaded and installed the latest beta of Windows Live Writer.

    This is a test post to make sure I have everything configured correctly.

    Thursday, April 19, 2007

    Ready to get wet?

    Take a look at the directions from Google Maps for traveling from New York to London.

    1. go to www.google.com
    2. click on "maps"
    3. click on "get directions"
    4. type "New York" in the first box (the "From" box)
    5. type "London" in the second box  (the "To" box)
    6. Click "Get Directions."
    7. Scroll down to Step #24.

    Tuesday, April 17, 2007

    Just 2 months till UC 2007

    The ESRI International User Conference is in June this year meaning the conference is only 2 months away.

    Are you going?