Expression Suite and tools now available in NZ

I’ve missed the boat on this one (Nigel and Sean beat me to it), but if have been watching the expression stuff, you’ll be interested to know that it is now available in New Zealand. From Seans blog: The full family of Microsoft Expression products is now available for purchase in New Zealand. Expression Web….

Microsoft Silverlight announced

We have a number of things coming around WPF/e in the next few weeks, but here is the first.  WPF/e is now called Microsoft Silverlight. Key points to take away: Supports IE, Firefox, Safari (cross browser and cross platform) Enables WMV/WMA playback cross platform Integrates with Windows Media technologies Enables mobile through to HD media…


MSDN Flash Editorial – Expression Web and Tech Ed NZ teaser

Great news last week for those of you in the web development space, thanks to the great feedback from the developer community we’ve decided to release Expression Web and Expression Blend (when released) as part of the MSDN Premium subscription. Expression Web is a great product if you are wanting to create standards compliant web…

Expression Web to be available through MSDN

Soma has announced this morning that Expression Web and Expr ession Blend will be made available to MSDN Premium subscribers. Good news if you are part designer and part developer.  This decision was based on your feedback, so keep it coming 🙂 Full details on Somas blog here. Technorati tags: Expression, MSDN


Technical Briefings – over and out!

I’ve just finished the keynote presentation for the Christchurch Technical briefings.  Phew!  Great to have that out of the way.  I can now go back to normality 😉 The last few weeks have been great in many ways.  I’ve now done my first ever keynote series, which itself has been a great experience.  We’ve also…