Jennifer Marsman Blogs on Surface Development

For all you Surface Fans, my colleague Jennifer Marsman has written a series of blog posts about developing on Microsoft Surface: Surface Development Part 1: What is the Microsoft Surface? Surface Development Part 2: Surface Controls Surface Development Part 3: ScatterView Surface Development Part 4: Reacting to Physical Objects Surface Development Part 5: Futures and…

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May 2009 DevCares – .NET Smackdown!

I’ll be one of the panelists at the upcoming TekFocus DevCares event – join us tomorrow morning for some fun discussion around .NET!   DEV CARES SERIES Dev Cares: .NET Smackdown! Click here to register. Session: With all the new acronyms and development technologies flying out of Redmond these days, it’s easy to get confused….

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Congrats INETA Community Champions!

Congratulations to SCD Community Champions Tim Tyrrell, Brandon King, Ben Sheirman and Becky Isserman! The Community Champion Award program is an excellent way to recognize the movers and shakers in your local community.  They give you a place to record your community contributions (blog posts, articles, events, etc.) and they’ll make awards every quarter based…

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Dual Boot from VHD Using Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2

As computers get more powerful, disk space and memory prices continue to drop and tool require more and more power, getting a handle on how you can use virtualization to aid your development across multiple environment and multiple toolsets.  To help out, one of my new teammates, Keith Combs, has put together a great article…

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XAMLFESTOnline Coming Soon!

For those of you that want to get a better handle on using XAML to build the next generation of Windows and Web Applications, and prefer to do it from the comfort of your own desktop, then XAMLFESTOnline is for you!  Based on the wildly popular XAMLFEST events run in cities all across the US,…

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The Azure Services Platform Challenge – new CloudApp() – Anand Iyer

I haven’t link blogged in a long time, so hopefully you’ll forgive me.  Saw on Anand’s blog today that the Azure team is “launching ‘new CloudApp()’ a US-based developer challenge to promote applications running on the Azure Services Platform.”  If you are interested in a chance to win a $5,000 gift card merely by writing…

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