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About the author: Mauricio Freitas is the administrator on Geekzone, New Zealand's leading technology community forum. Mauricio is a Microsoft Windows Mobile MVP, and involved with all things geek. Avid coffee drinker (espresso please), Mauricio is also a "professional conference attendee".
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Comment by underwatervrg, on 23-Nov-2009 19:57
Awesome work Mauricio great to see MS getting behind GZ :) and great to have a place for MSDN :)