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By Andrew J. Brust

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Welcome to the Redmond Review Blog

Welcome to the Redmond Review blog.

Readers of Visual Studio Magazine are already familiar with Redmond Review, the back page column written each month by Microsoft MVP and Regional Director Andrew Brust. As chief, new technology at consultancy twentysix New York, chair of the VSLive! family of conferences here at 1105 Media, and an active participant in .NET development community, Andrew is in a unique position to observe, judge and comment on the .NET development space.

He'll be doing a good deal of that observing and commenting right here, at the new Redmond Review blog.

Next week, Andrew will be in Las Vegas, attending Microsoft's SharePoint Conference 2009, where developers can expect to hear important news impacting SharePoint 2010, Office 2010 and other key development tools. Andrew will be offering his observations and opinions from the conference, and will continue to blog in this space going forward.

Michael Desmond
Editor in Chief, Visual Studio Magazine

Posted by Andrew J. Brust on 10/16/2009 at 1:15 PM

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