Video.Show Update: 1.0 Release Candidate Now LIve

You may be pleased to know that we’ve just updated Video.Show with a bunch of changes. The 1.0 Release Candidate build is now available for your downloading pleasure from Codeplex. If you haven’t seen Video.Show before, I’d encourage you to check it out. Vertigo (the company who we commissioned to build this) have a great…

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Silverlight 1.1 is Now Silverlight 2.0

It’s been gratifying to see how much excitement there is out there about Silverlight. We’ve barely started the engines yet, but we’ve already had a number of big sites launch their first Silverlight experiences, and of course plenty of stuff underway that we’ll be revealing over the coming months. Many .NET developers are naturally interested…

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Windows Survey on Deploying and Configuring Applications

As we plan the next release of Windows (turns out that Windows Vista wasn’t the last release of Windows as we know it!), we’re trying to better understand how folk are using our deployment and configuration technologies. If you’ve got twenty minutes to spare and are interested in helping the Windows team understand your experiences…

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Introducing Video.Show: A Silverlight Reference-quality Sample

One of the favorite things about my job is being able to share really cool new content with you all, and so today is a good day to end the week on! Since we completed the Family.Show WPF reference sample, we’ve been working away in partnership with a great developer team from Vertigo Software on…

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Calling Silverlight 1.1 Developers: Do You Need to Update Your Machine?

I’ve seen isolated reports of the Silverlight plug-in expiring here and there today from a few developers who have the 1.1 alpha installed on their machine. The RTM version of the Silverlight core is 1.0.20926. If you have any other version number on your machine than 1.0.20926 or 1.1.20926 (check by right-clicking on some Silverlight…

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