3 by 3 from me

In keeping with my 3 year twitter-versary, here’s 3 twitter clients for 3 different platforms WPF Sobees Lite Seesmic for Windows Mahtweets Silverlight Sobees Web Gadfly Twittzure Windows Mobile Twikini Pocketwit Motweets Enjoy! If you want to find more twitter apps – head over to http://oneforty.com/ Technorati Tags: Twitter,Silverlight,WPF,Windows Mobile


Sydney May23rd – "Windows Presentation Foundation" Community Workshop and Bushfire Appeal

My old team back in Australia continues to do *great* stuff. One of the cool things they have been doing is the WPF Community Workshop and Bushfire Appeal. A workshop will be held in Sydney on May 23rd, and it looks like there’s still space available. Sounds like a wonderful opportunity to learn stuff and…


Oxite was & is …

Oxite was a plentiful ore that could be mined on the planet Oasis in the middle of The Maelstrom, according to Wookieepedia Oxite is “an open source, standards compliant, and highly extensible content management platform that can run anything from blogs to big web sites.” cool Technorati Tags: Oxcite,VisitMix

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Klaatu barada nikto : Robochamps Rulez!

Marc Mercuri, my neighbour from across the hallway, has been working away on a very cool project, which involves Silverlight 2.0, ASP.NET 3.5, WCF 3.5, REST, S+S, LiveID, Linq, SQL, IIS, .NET Framework 3.5, and….. robots. How cool is that! Mark, aka RoboChamps League Commissioner, explains it all in his post Robots for everyone! Plus,…


Tweeting on the go…

I’m a big fan of twitter. Been tweeting for over a year. I Tweet from my desktop, I Tweet from my phone, I Tweet at work, I Tweet at home. (sounds like a line from Dr. Seuss) On my phone I normally use the mobile client page or plain old sms. Recently Steve Clayton put…

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Extra! Extra! Read all about it. News Reader SDK has been released!

Tim Sneath has the good news – We’ve Released the News Reader SDK! The Newsreader SDK, or as it is officially called the Syndicated Client Experiences Starter Kit, is now out in the wild, so you can build your own WPF newsreader, just like the New York Times Reader, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer ,the Daily Mail…

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ParallelFX : Let’s uses those CPUs

Soma posted the news yesterday Parallel Extensions to the .NET FX CTP  A wise man told me that this is the next big step evolution for computing platform (just like Win16->32->Managed Code before it) There is also a new Parallel Computing developer center on MSDN: “Microsoft’s Parallel Computing developer center is dedicated to providing information,…

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Video.Show – a video portal for user-generated content

Psst – wanna make your own YouTube? Go over and grab yourself Video.Show and maybe you can get featured on Oprah too What is Video.Show? Video.Show is a sample that demonstrates usage of Silverlight, Expression Encoder, Silverlight Streaming and ASP.NET AJAX to create a video portal for user-generated content. Video.Show was developed for Microsoft by…

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Flotzam : A Twitter, Facebook, Flickr & RSS Mash-up

I recently installed Flotzam on my new laptop and it’s really really cool. I’ve got it running as a screensaver From the Flotzam site: Watch the flotsam and jetsam of data that you care about in this mash-up of Facebook, Flickr, Twitter and blogs. Using this simple application, you can configure what you want to…

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StreetAdvisor : An Aussie Startup

TechCrunch’s Duncan Riley writes about StreetAdvisor and it’s new services Want to see where I have lived ? Well, thanks to an email from senior developer Justin Adler, I found out “it’s another 100% ASP.Net C# site using MapPoint web services and MS Ajax, SqlServer etc.. … all made in Melbourne, Australia 🙂 Go Aussies!” Go…

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