Special Holiday Episode III: Connecting People, Programs and Devices Using WinFX

Tim Wragg sent this message/link through to DavidLem and I – watching now and Tim’s right it is fun!!  Thanks Tim!! “This video is a beauty, they’ve built an end to end WinFX solution that’s playing Don’s piano. Gets pretty painful when they start singing though. http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdntv/episode.aspx?xml=episodes/en/20051215WinFXCA/manifest.xml” Session Summary   Don Box and Chris Anderson show…

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Newly published .Net 2.0, VB.NET 2005, C# 2005 and WinFX books

Spotted this list of newly published books that I thought might be generally useful.  This is NOT an endorsement, recommendation or complete list of books but may be a useful list to get started on..  Please feel free to add any books you’ve spotted on your travels (but as per a previous blog item this…

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"Master of Enterprise Architecture" now available from RMIT University

David asked us to get the word out and it defo looks interesting… I caught up with Keith Frampton during the RMIT Industry Advisory Committee meeting last night, and he told me that he has now officially released the Master of Enterprise Architecture to the world! This is very exciting, as not only has the curriculum…

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New Windows Vista Subsystem Names Abound – a marketers *** dream:-)

If you haven’t had a chance to check out the MSDN Windows Vista Developer Center then see out http://msdn.microsoft.com/windowsvista, it’s probably a 15 minute read to get a flavour of what to expect in the next version of Windows but for now here is a quick summary of new names… Avalon == Windows Presentation Foundation…

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