Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 Training Kit – March 2011 Updates

Today, the Ides of March, we released the March 2011 version of the Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Training Kit and Training Course. The Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Training Course includes videos and hands-on-labs designed to help you learn how to utilize the Visual Studio 2010 features and a variety…

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Expression Studio 3 for MSDN Premium Subscribers

With last week’s release of Expression Studio 3, we’ve also made a change to which MSDN Subscribers got Expression Studio with their subscription. Expression Studio 3 is now available to ALL MSDN Premium subscribers. Prior to this last release, only subscribers with Visual Studio Team Suite with MSDN Premium were able to download Expression Studio….

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Expression 3 is now Live!

Expression Studio 3 and Expression Web 3 60-day trial editions are now available for download. These tools will enable you design and development more richer looking .NET applications and coupled with Silverlight 3 and .NET RIA Services, you’ll be able deploy your applications to anyone who has a Silverlight player. If you haven’t already done…

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Live Webcast: Brad Abrams on SL3 and .NET RIA Services – July 30, 2009

The Linked .NET Users Group will have Microsoft Product Unit Manager Brad Abrams giving a live webcast on “Silverlight ready for business and .NET RIA Services on July 30th at 8:00 PM PT (which means this webcast is going to be pretty late or early depending where you are in the world.) Brad’s description of…

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Silverlight 3 Release and Expression 3 Announced

On Friday, July 10, we released Silverlight 3 to web. Version 3 of Silverlight definitely makes a lot more advances over Silverlight 2 for delivering rich internet applications (RIAs). Check out the Silverlight blog on the announcement its features. Now I say that Expression 3 was announced, not released. We’re currently in the Release Candidate…

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Michael Jackson Memorial Service streamed in HD in Silverlight

Tomorrow, July 7th, 10AM PT/1PM ET – The Michael Jackson memorial will be broadcasted live in HD from the Staples Center in Los Angeles using IIS Smooth Streaming and Silverlight to the world. As you can imagine this has come together fast and should be a great experience! http://inmusic.ca/news_and_features/Michael_Jackson is the link to the page…

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Live Webcast: Tim Heuer on RIA and Silverlight 3.0 – July 9, 2009

The Linked .NET Users Group will have Tim Heuer giving a live webcast on “RIAs and Silverlight 3.0” on July 9th at 10:30 AM PT. Tim is a program manager for Microsoft Silverlight and he’ll be talking about Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) and how Silverlight 3.0 will play part in the development. Registration Link: http://events.linkedin.com/LIDNUG-Tim-Heuer-talks-about-Silverlight/pub/78576…

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Windows Server 2008 – The only web server you’ll ever need

Having built a number of server farms in past lives, installing software is about as stimulating as watching paint dry. I recently found out that we put together a web site called Microsoft /web. It’s got a lot of great content about why to use Windows Server as your web server. One thing I found…

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Silverlight Toolkit Now Available

On Tuesday, Oct 28, during Scott Guthrie‘s keynote at the PDC, he announced that we released the Silverlight Toolkit. The Silverlight Toolkit is a collection of controls, components, and utilities that provide new functionality for designers and developers. The Toolkit includes source code, unit tests, samples, and documentation. below is an example of the Silverlight…

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Silverlight 2…Alive and Online!

I’m sure by now you’ve heard/read that Silverlight 2 was Released To Web (RTW). This is a Microsoft technology I enjoy using as a consumer but have yet done any development with it. I haven’t really been following a lot of what’s been happening between Silverlight 2 Beta 2 (SL2B2), Release Candidate 0 (RC0), and…

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