Monthly Archives: December 2011

Interviews with Jordanian Microsoft Guests

By | December 31, 2011

During the last quarter of 2011 we have hosted two amazing Jordanian Microsoft guests, Yousef Al Khalidi (Distinguished Engineer), and Ayman Dahleh (Development Manager for the Global Experience Platform group), who happened to be having their vacation here, they generously accepted our invitation to deliver sessions here in Jordan despite their busy times. The community… Read More »

Hide Subfolder in Multiple Domains Under One Site

By | December 26, 2011

After I have moved to WinHost, I was surprised they don’t support multiple domains under one site out of the box; you have to rely on IIS URL Rewrite magic to achieve that. So as expected, I looked for a solution in their KB and the internet (you don’t reinvent the wheel, remember?) and found… Read More »

Microsoft’s Support

By | December 16, 2011

Couple of days ago I tried a key I acquired from Microsoft MSDN subscription to activate an Office installation, the activation didn’t work for some reason, so I filed a ticket, and I thought to myself “Oh great! now I will have to wait for ages until such large corporate like Microsoft would answer my… Read More »

“AmmanTT: Developer Edition” presentation and slides

By | December 9, 2011

It was a very interesting event “AmmanTT: Developer Edition” which took place last Tuesday; the team did a very good job putting it together, it is really great seeing this great effort put into such fruitful events; moving the community steps forward, so thank you AmmanTT team, you rock. Hereby I post the slides I… Read More »

Speaking at AmmanTT: Developer Edition

By | December 9, 2011

I will be speaking at “AmmanTT: Developer Edition” next Tuesday 6th of December 2011. Never heard about AmmanTT? quoting from their About page: Coming to you on the first Tuesday of every month is a 2-hour event that brings industry experts, local technologists/engineers, entrepreneurs, idea-generators and just about any enthusiast together in a casual setting… Read More »