Bing Maps roadshow in Reston

NOTE: This was cross posted from here. Want to get up to speed on the latest release of Bing Maps including both the Ajax and Silverlight controls as well as the SOAP web services?  Don’t miss the upcoming roadshow in Reston, Va.  Details: http://www.bing.com/community/blogs/govmaps/archive/2009/11/24/bing-maps-roadshow-coming-to-reston-virgina.aspx “At this event, experts will provide an overview of Bing Maps…

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Microsoft Public Sector Technology Conference – Sacramento, CA

Microsoft Public Sector Technology Conference – Sacramento, CA   REGISTER TODAY!            Click the link above OR call 1-877-673-8368 and reference Event ID: 1032431198   Event Date:  December 10, 2009   Registration:  08:30   Event Time:  09:00 – 16:00   Event Location: California Secretary of State Auditorium1500 11th Street  Sacramento, CA 95814(916) 653-6814   About the Conference We…

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EventToCommand + DataStateBehavior eases MVVM pain

NOTE: This was cross posted from here. MVVM is a pattern.  There are all sorts of MVVM frameworks popping up that help make implementing the pattern easier.  If you select the MVVM tag off of www.codeplex.com, you will find a number of them: http://www.codeplex.com/site/search?TagName=MVVM&ProjectSearchText=%22MVVM%22 One I have recently grown fond of is http://mvvmlight.codeplex.com/.  The reason…

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PDC 09 content & learning resources

  PDC 09 (premier Professional Developers Conference) was held in Los Angeles, CA from Nov. 15th-19th 2009. We covered some exciting technologies (Windows 7, Visual Studio 2010, Windows Azure, Silverlight 4, Office 2010 and Sharepoint Server 2010, etc), so we have listed some resources to make it easier for you to get familiar with them. Folks that weren’t…

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Microsoft PDC 2009 – The Videos

  I know it isn’t the norm for Public Sector developers to travel to conferences and such, so let the conference comes to YOU! Here is a link to all the PDC09 Videos http://microsoftpdc.com/Videos

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Surface Toolkit for Windows Touch

NOTE: This was cross posted from here. Robert Levy from the Surface team and Anson Tsao from the WPF team gave a great session on: Multi-Touch on Microsoft Surface and Windows 7 for .NET Developers The session is definitely worth watching if you are interested in building multi-touch apps on Windows 7.  In the session,…

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Great PDC session on SharePoint 2010 sandbox solutions

NOTE: This was cross posted from here. http://microsoftpdc.com/Sessions/PR10 I missed this session at PDC.  There were so many good sessions, it was hard to choose.  The good news is that the sessions are now showing up at http://microsoftpdc.com/Videos.  I didn’t get to elaborate on sandbox solutions in any great detail during my recent developer dinner…

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Silverlight touch just got easier

NOTE: This was cross posted from here. I’ve been waiting for this to happen!  The Surface team ported their Manipulation and Inertia APIs to Silverlight 3+.  They’ve made them available for download at: http://tinyurl.com/SurfaceManipSilverlight This is a must have set of APIs if you are interested in building multi-touch solutions on Windows 7 with Silverlight…

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VSTS 2010’s Project Types for SharePoint 2010

With the same behavior as the many other project types developers are familiar with in Visual Studio, the VSTS 2010 release includes new projects specific to SharePoint 2010. I will be walking through each of these types of projects & how you can use them, but for now, here is a taste of what’s available…

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