Win7 for Developers – Troubleshooting & Windows Error Reporting

Today we covered a lot of ground where the rubber hits the street in application failure & recovery. Kevin Hill joined me to talk about what happens to that data after it leaves your machine and showed us how to use it to help solve the issues that cause the problems. We also talked about…

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MSDN Flash: Volume 13, Number24 – November 23, 2009

Editorial News and Notes from Mike Benkovich There’s a lot to talk about that’s new in the technology world these days. From the recent launch of Windows 7 and the Windows Server products to trying out the new betas of Visual Studio and Office, to the tools for making us more productive and effective, it’s…

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Download the Beta of SharePoint 2010 Today!

Some exciting news was announced this morning at the Professional Developer’s Conference in Los Angeles: You can get started exploring SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 by downloading the beta trials from www.microsoft.com/2010.  SharePoint 2010—together with Office 2010 and other related products—ties together your PC, browser, and mobile device to offer the premier productivity experience.  In…

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Patterns anyone? Check out Rob’s new series!

Rob Bagby has started a new series (blog posts and screencasts) on Patterns-Based Development with Silverlight.  The series illustrates various design patterns while building a sample application (see screenshot below).  The patterns covered include the Repository, the Pipeline, the Service Agent and Model View ViewModel.

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Kansas City Code is posted

I’ve posted the code from today’s launch onto http://www.benkotips.com/code – Includes the demo application we built from scratch showing how to work with jumplists, ribbon, Sensors and Multi-touch.

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Posting code…a bit behind

Thought I’d let you know that I’ve posted code from the MVC webcast with Jessy Houle as well as code from the Heartland Developer Conference in October. More code postings to come…

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