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Microsoft Blends 5 Conferences To Create The “Unified Microsoft Commercial Technology Event”

Yesterday morning, the software company announced that it will end several of its standalone conferences, including its confabs for SharePoint, Lync, Project, and Exchange, along with its TechEd event. The five events will be replaced, and I promise that I am not making this up, the “inaugural unified Microsoft commercial technology event.”

The gist is that Microsoft is bringing its wider enterprise-facing events together, which is worth noting. The event will take place in May of 2015, in Chicago.



The company released a blog post on the change, essentially noting that its former conference structure had become dated — with increasing integration across products categories, having separate events was simply too siloed an approach.

As ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley notes, there was talk of Microsoft axing TechEd, “the same way that the company discontinued the Microsoft Management Summit.”

I confirmed with Microsoft that the decision has no impact on Build, the company’s other developer event. That’s hardly surprising. It would have been odd to see Microsoft lower its load of developer outreach at a time when it is scrambling to grow developer mindshare in certain product categories, and preserve where it already retains buy-in.
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blognizend, Updated at: 11:28 AM

Virtual DJ Pro 8

What's new in this version:
The highly anticipated VirtualDJ 8 is finally here. 3 years in the making, this new version is based on a totally new engine, and comes with a multitude of break-through features and new technologies that will be sure to raise your mixes to the next level.


VirtualDJ is a software used by DJs to replace their turntables and CD players, and use digital music instead of vinyl and CDs.
It lets you "mix" your songs, by playing two or more tracks at the same time, adjust their relative speed so that their tempo will match, apply effects like loops etc, and crossfade from one side to the other. It also lets you scratch your songs, set and recall cues, and all the other regular features DJs expect to find to be able to mix.
It will let you organize your collection of tracks and group them easily in a DJ-friendly way, using filter to find the hot songs, or find compatible bpm or key, access your previous playlists. And if you're missing a track, VirtualDJ will automatically find it on the Internet and stream it directly (*requires an additional subscription). And, using the millions of automatic reports we get every day from other VirtualDJ users around the world, it will give you meaningful advices on which songs other DJs consider to go well after what you just played.
VirtualDJ can play not only audio tracks, but also video or karaoke, if you connect your computer to a projector or the club's screens.
It comes with a plethora of effects, ranging from traditional flanger, echo, etc, to more modern "beat-aware" effects like beatgrid, slicer, loop-roll. And if you mix videos, you'll also find a lot of video effects and transitions to play with. Its built-in sampler will let you spice up your mixes with a broad range of drops and loops, or you can go creative and merge live performance and production by creating remixes on-the-fly by using the sampler like a sequencer.
VirtualDJ is plug-and-play compatible with most of the DJ controllers that exist on the market. And if you want to change any of the default behavior, VirtualDJ has a powerful "VDJScript" language that will let you easily tweak any functions exactly to your liking. Same for the interface. If you want to change it, our website hosts hundreds of user-made interfaces to replace the default one, or you could easily create your own.
VirtualDJ is used by tens of millions of people every day, ranging from bedroom DJs to international superstars. It is used to play live in clubs and big stadiums, at weddings, private parties, or just to train at home. And in addition to being used live, VirtualDJ can also be used to record mixtapes, podcast, or to broadcast to Internet radios.




                       



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Posted by: Jaime
blognizend, Updated at: 9:21 AM

Internet Download Manager version 6.20 Build 5

What's new in version 6.20 Build 5


(Released: Jun 18, 2014)

  • Fixed an erroneous interception of attendant content in Google Docs
  • Fixed a critical bug when saving and resuming several types of videos
  • Fixed a bug in the recognition of several types of videos in Google Chrome 
Internet Download Manager can accelerate downloads by up to 5 times due to its intelligent dynamic file segmentation technology. Unlike other download managers and accelerators Internet Download Manager segments downloaded files dynamically during download process and reuses available connections without additional connect and login stages to achieve best acceleration performance. 





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blognizend, Updated at: 8:53 AM
 
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