Xaml Parse Exception

I have been playing around with some great tutorials on Silverlight/WPF and calling external API’s for a little CRM project I am working on. Today I came across a weird error and thought I would document it here so next time it happens – I’ll know how to fix it! So Visual Studio 2008 gives…

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Technical Books… Do you read them?

A few weeks ago David Lean asked me if I ever read technical  books. Without a seconds consideration I said – “No way – I look online for everything I need, when I need it!”, to which he quickly replied – “I guess you wont be wanting this then!” and went to put the Programming…

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Amazing Aussie Women in IT!

I continue to be amazed and inspired by the women I get to meet working in IT. I am fortunate enough to get to interview some of them for the GeekGirlBlogs podcast – which often leads to gaining  a deeper insight into the amazing life they lead – as well as an ongoing appreciation of…

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WomenBuild…. Inspiring career paths in technology

The recurring theme from the Women Build day I attended at PDC was about establishing relationships & connecting with others to form stronger networks. The challenge put forward to us all was to ‘Think Globally & Act Locally’.  While I was there I was lucky enough to grab Asli Bilgin, Mark Hindsbo, Lindsay Rutter &…

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Why did I choose to work with Microsoft Dynamics CRM?

While I was at PDC, someone asked me of all the technologies that Microsoft has available, why had I chosen to work with Dynamics CRM. This was a really good question and as there was some really specific reasons and it was a deliberate choice, I thought I would share it here. A few years…

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PDC in Review – initial thoughts…

The last week spent at PDC was just amazing. I am still processing so much of what was announced and trying to understand the kind of impact its going to have on the scalability & interoperability & range of devices that can now be targeted. I think the flow on effect of what was announced…

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