Archive for General News

The 2016 Microsoft Product Road Map

Redmond Channel Partner Website

The Redmond Channel Partner website is my “go-to” source for insight to the Microsoft software roadmaps and software release dates.

Example:  The link to the upcoming Microsoft 2016 product suites that are set to be released in the upcoming months.

https://rcpmag.com/Articles/2011/02/01/The-2011-Microsoft-Product-Roadmap.aspx?Page=1

This week, it was announced that SharePoint 2016 RTM will be released on March/2016.

 

 

Global Azure Bootcamp 2015

I will be in attendance for this Microsoft event.

Here is the website for information for this free event.

http://global.azurebootcamp.net/

Twitter handle:  @GlobalAzure

TechnologyFirst June 2012 Magazine

TechnologyFirstI am very proud to have my first article published within the TechnologyFirst magazine.

TechnlogyFirst is an organization in Dayton, Ohio that supports the Information Technology community within the region.

You may see my article by visiting their website.

http://www.technologyfirst.org/magazine-articles/107-2012-articles.html

Sincerely, Tony Maddin

My Presentation – SharePoint Saturday Columbus, Ohio – August 20, 2011

Poll – How do you prefer to read books in the 2011 year and beyond?

tonymaddin.com – new facelift

When it comes to website design; I am pretty picky on what styles I like that works for me. 

This past weekend I went ahead and changed the look-and-feel of my technical blog to keep it interesting for now.  (And hopefully I will keep it interesting with good content.   🙂

First Dayton SharePoint User Group Meeting

DAYSPUG Blue

 

It’s finally here.  The first Dayton, Ohio SharePoint User Group meeting.    (DAYSPUG)

When:  Tuesday, November 9, 2010 starting at 6:00 p.m.

Where:  Dayton Tech Town

Go to the new website that I started for the group.  http://www.dayspug.org for more information.

Welcome to tonymaddin.com

I want to welcome you to www.tonymaddin.com

This blog was just giving birth so bear with me.  The blog will be ever-chaning in terms of categories and navigation.

🙂

Tony Maddin