Mooncake festival and how you can Chinafy your app and enter the Chinese market

Mooncake festival and how you can Chinafy your app and enter the Chinese market

SSW’s Beijing office is gearing up for the mid-autumn festival. The mid-autumn festival is most famous for its dense savoury mooncakes, and is sometimes called the mooncake festival. The full moon is traditionally a symbol for reunion, tuanyuan, as yuan means round. Chinese people celebrate by coming together as families to eat, drink and be merry. The […]

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Wow! FireBootCamp is #1 – We won the Microsoft Australia Partner Award for Learning

Wow! FireBootCamp is #1 – We won the Microsoft Australia Partner Award for Learning

UPDATE: This has been re-posted on the FireBootCamp blog  UPDATE 2: If you’re not familiar with the course, I put up 5 videos to watch on http://firebootcamp.com/ Today, I am proud to announce SSW has won the MAPA 2015 Microsoft Australia Partner Award for Excellence in Learning for FireBootCamp, our 9-week intensive training .NET boot camp. […]

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5 things to love about Dynamics CRM 2015

5 things to love about Dynamics CRM 2015

I’ve been meaning to talk about the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 for quite some time now. After implementing it on-premises for several clients and upgrading our own installation, I was thrilled to find that many of the long standing problems I had been raising for years have now been solved. I was also surprised […]

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Aussie Azure – Winning on Visual Studio Online in Australia – I feel the speed

Aussie Azure – Winning on Visual Studio Online in Australia – I feel the speed

7 months ago in October 2014, Scott Guthrie announced the long-awaited availability of Microsoft Azure cloud services in Australia. Currently there are two data centers, Sydney and Melbourne. Today, 11th May 2015, sees Visual Studio Online (also known by my clients as VS Online or VSO or TFS Azure) come to our Australian Azure data centers. This is great […]

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