March Madness Bracket Tracker

April 13, 2009
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Speaking of analysis, NCAA March Madness basketball is just around the corner, and you are probably starting to think about filling out your tournament brackets. For many of us bracketology is a science, and often more important than any business intelligence scenario. Do you have the winning strategy? How are you doing analysis for your winning teams? Here’s a few links that might be useful in your quest to the final four.

 

Need help getting your office pool going?

Step one: Download the March Madness bracket and tracker Excel template.

Step two: Share your bracket online at Officelive Workspaces

 

Watch all the action with Silverlight

It’s also cool to note that Microsoft Silverlight is getting in on the action. This year, March Madness viewers can choose between a standard player, which streams at 550 kilobytes per second, or the enhanced Silverlight player (aka the “HQ” player), which streams at 1.5 megabytes per second.

 

You can watch March Madness on the Silverlight player here.

 


Speaking of analysis, NCAA March Madness basketball is just around the corner, and you are probably starting to think about filling out your tournament brackets. For many of us bracketology is a science, and often more important than any business intelligence scenario. Do you have the winning strategy? How are you doing analysis for your winning teams? Here’s a few links that might be useful in your quest to the final four.

 

Need help getting your office pool going?

Step one: Download the March Madness bracket and tracker Excel template.

Step two: Share your bracket online at Officelive Workspaces

 

Watch all the action with Silverlight

It’s also cool to note that Microsoft Silverlight is getting in on the action. This year, March Madness viewers can choose between a standard player, which streams at 550 kilobytes per second, or the enhanced Silverlight player (aka the “HQ” player), which streams at 1.5 megabytes per second.

 

You can watch March Madness on the Silverlight player here.

 


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