My CRM 2011 Validation Framework

I’ve been working on a validation framework for Dynamics CRM 2011.  I’ve published the first cut of the code.  It’s a little rough still, but I’ve been promising the sample to a few customers so I wanted to get the first working version out there.  Right now, it only supports regular expression validation.  However, if…

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Windows Phone InfoKit for Public Sector Developers–Click links to download

You can download the PowerPoint version here  Joel Reyes put together this infokit to help developers interested in building Windows Phone apps quickly get up to speed – it can also serve as a reference to developers already building apps. This is a collection of Tools, Training, Resources and Open Data references that should nicely augment the…

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Public Sector Developer Dinner Video Recordings: March 16 2011 Update

You can view the recordings of our developer dinner events below. We will update the links as we continue to publish the video recordings and make them available.   February 2011 Take your SharePoint solutions to the cloud, Vishwas Lele <video coming soon> Download presentations here  (coming soon)   January 2011 Introduction to SharePoint 2010…

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Code Coverage for Silverlight and Windows Phone

NOTE: This was cross posted from here. As part of building my WP7 app, I spent a fair amount of time trying to get code coverage working for my unit tests. I tried a number of different approaches including using the Silverlight Unit Test Framework and NUnit + dotCover. I finally landed on an approach…

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Developer Dinner Event on Dec. 15, 2010 at Reston MTC

Just a reminder that the developer dinner event is scheduled on Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010 at Microsoft Reston MTC. The agenda is as follows: Introduction to Siverlight 5 Unit Testing with Microsoft Pex and Moles Also, Marc Schweigert will share his first-hand experience with building and publishing a Windows Phone 7 Application, Per Diem Rates….

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YOU ARE INVITED – Random Hacks of Kindness – Hacking for Humanity – Global events – December 4-5, 2010

Looking to make a difference? Microsoft, Google, The World Bank and Yahoo! are inviting software developers, independent hackers and students to participate in the Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) event on December 4 and 5 in over a dozen locations around the world. This progressive initiative brings together volunteer hackers and experts in disaster risk management…

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Follow-up: SharePoint Expression Design Event–Austin, TX

[Cross-Posted from James Chittenden’s Blog] Hey Everyone, Great event in Austin this week digging into design concepts and how to apply those to SharePoint environments as a developer. I wanted to aggregate all of our presentation decks and sample projects to SkyDrive. Feel free to download them here: http://bit.ly/949ZKf Stay tuned for future webcasts and…

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Microsoft’s Commitments to Silverlight and HTML5

  Chances are that you’ve seen Bob Muglia’s blog post that provides clarifications on one comment he made during the PDC 2010 conference on Silverlight. Below is an excerpt: The purpose of Silverlight has never been to replace HTML, but rather to do the things that HTML (and other technologies) can’t, and to do so…

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November 8th Microsoft Public Sector Developer Roadshow – Austin, TX

REGISTER TODAY!   Click the link above, visit http://bit.ly/austinpsroadshow OR call 1-877-673-8368 and reference event ID 1032466785  Event Date: November 8, 2010   Registration: 08:30   Event Time: 09:00 – 16:00   Event Location: Microsoft CorporationQuarry Oaks II 10900 Stonelake Blvd., Suite 225 Austin, TX 78759 (512) 795-5300 Event Description: Design is all around us and whether you want to…

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