Developer Community Events in Florida 2010-12-13 and forward

Central Florida :: Central Florida :: Central Florida :: Central Florida :: Central Florida Lakeland .NET ( http://www.lakelandug.net )   Dec-14 Silverlight and RIA Services with David Silverlight Orlando SQL Server Group ( http://orlando.sqlpass.org/ )   Dec-14 Holiday Social North Florida :: North Florida :: North Florida :: North Florida :: North Florida Jacksonville Architecture SIG ( http://jaxarcsig.spaces.live.com )   Dec-23…

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Support Your Local Phone Farmers – Florida Edition

One core tenent for me in my job at the Florida Developer Evangelist for Microsoft has always been “help make Florida a great place to do software development”.  In Microsoft terms that’s called supported the Local Software Economy. Ya’ll may snuff at that, but run the numbers. Florida has 4th most devs in the USA…

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New Series of Silverlight Training Labs released

Florida alumni John Papa has released a new Sivlerlight Training Series of labs as announced at the Silverlight FireStarter. There are elevent labs and video walkthroughs. Source is in both VB and C#. The kit can be downloaded from http://www.silverlight.net/news/events/firestarter-labs Topics are broken into 100, 200, and 300 levels.100 level includes Winforms and Sivlerlight, ASP.NET…

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Light up your Sivlerlight Apps for Win7 using Native Extensions for Silverilght (NESL)

There’s a sweet new toolkit out called Native Extensions for Silverlight ( NESL ) . Silverlight friendly hooks to a number of native Windows 7 features you can use in your Silverlight applicatons. The libraries make it significantly easier to leverage Windows 7 from Silverlight. The libs also help with lighting up a Silverlight application…

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WP7 Apps for the Holidays – Santa Watch and Jingle Balls

The holidays are much more fun since I’ve got 8 and 6 year old kids. I get to buy me, er I mean them, lots of cool stuff. So I’ve bought me a cool new HD7 Windows Phone. What kind of holiday things have I found to light up my phone? Here’s two. First up…

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