Intertech Blog Receives 3,000th RSS Subscriber

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Intertech (http://www.Intertech.com), whose blog focuses on .NET, Java, XML, Cloud/Azure, and software developmpent, has it's 3,000th blog subscriber.

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Our blog has been a showcase of the expertise of our staff. From advanced Java and open source topics to cloud computing and Azure to .NET, our blog has proven a valuable source of information for thousands of software development professionals

Intertech (http://www.Intertech.com), a .NET and Java training and consulting firm announces it has reached 3,000th blog subscriber last week.

"Our blog has been a showcase of the expertise of our staff. From advanced Java and open source topics to cloud computing and Azure to .NET, our blog has proven a valuable source of information for thousands of software development professionals," stated Intertech Director of Training Sales and Partner, Dan McCabe.

The blog's URL is http://www.Intertech.com/Blog. Past blog entries include:

.NET Topics
-Ignoring Users and Roles On Deployment using VS2010 DB Project
-.NET WCF vs. Java JAX-WS and JAX-RS
-The Role of, and Need For, Blend
-How to Select All Text in a WPF TextBox on Focus
-5 Reasons to Consider Moving an Application to Windows Azure
-A Review of VB Event Handling (WithEvents, AddHandler and AddressOf)
-C# and the .NET Platform, 5th Ed.
-Simple COM Interop with Dynamic
-Executing SQL Scripts with Oracle.ODP
-Silverlight on Linux
-Visual Studio 2010 Loves the GAC
-Windows Azure Storage Options
-One more VB 2010 Language Feature....
-Three Fantastic Updates to VB
-Azure in Action - Book Review
-Really (Really) Useful .NET Development Tools
-Getting Started with Windows Azure
-The LINQ / Enumerable Connection
-A quick look at the C# dynamic keyword
-Lazy Object Instantiation with .NET 4.0
-Software as a Service (SaaS)
-Introducing Data Parallelism using the .NET 4.0 TPL
-WF 4.0 Input Arguments and Output Arguments
-.NET 4.0 WCF Default Bindings
-MonoDevelop...a Cross Platform .NET IDE

Career Topics
-Top 10 Things Seasoned Java Developers Understand or 10 Things New Java Developers Need to Know
-Top 10 Things Seasoned .NET Developers Understand or 10 Things New .NET Developers Need to Know-
-3 Simple Steps to a Successful Interview
-Making the Most of the First 100 Days in Your New Job
-How to Get a Promotion (Tips 11-20)
-How to Get a Promotion (Tips 1-10)

Azure/Cloud Computing Topics
-5 Reasons to Consider Moving an Application to Windows Azure
-Windows Azure Table Storage vs. Windows SQL Azure
-Windows Azure Local File Storage - How To Guide and Warnings
-Windows Azure Storage Options
-Azure in Action - Book Review
-Getting Started with Windows Azure
-You Will Live In the Clouds Too!
-How Cloud Computing Can Assist your Business

Java Topics
-Versioning & Optimistic Locking in Hibernate
-.NET WCF vs. Java JAX-WS and JAX-RS
-Java the Ecosystem - It is Not Just a Language
-Spring 3.0 and Formatting Annotations
-Questions and Answers to RESTful Web Services Oxy Blast
-RESTful Web Services in Java (using JAX-RS)
-Hibernate Load and Get
-Spring MVC Command Beans - As Complex As You Need
-Persisting a Class Across Tables with Hibernate
-Nexus OSS hosting - fast and easy

The blog also includes coverage of topics on SharePoint Training, SQL Server, Oracle, and .NET Training.

Along with the blog, Intertech has a YouTube channel, LinkedIn Group, Facebook Group, and Java, .NET, and XML Podcast.

Intertech is a Microsoft Gold Partner, a Microsoft Inner Circle member, a five time winner of the Best Places to Work in Minnesota, a finalist in the Wall Street Journal’s Winning Workplaces award, a multi-year winner of the Inc. 500 and the Inc. 5000 awards for company growth, a winner of the Forbes ASAP growth award, and a winner of the Minnesota Fast 50 growth award. Intertech has been in Inc., Forbes, Upsize magazine, the Star Tribune, the Business Journal, the Pioneer Press, the Hudson Star-Observer, Minnesota Business, and Twin Cities Business Monthly.

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