Monthly Archives: November 2009

Bing Maps SilverLight Control

Yesterday I attended a lunchtime session on the new Bing Maps Silverlight Control. I went to this session for fun. It was pretty cool, even if I won’t get a chance to use it anytime soon. There is a lot … Continue reading

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RIA Magic

The title says it all. I went to a couple of sessions around WCF RIA Service (renamed because of the close relationship with WCF) sessions today and say the slight of hand behind the magic. Why do I say its … Continue reading

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WCF 4 – What is Coming

I am sitting in a WCF session and there are some cool things coming in WCF4. Some of the highlights are: Routing Service: this allows systems to place a routing service in front of services allowing for the ability to … Continue reading

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Embracing the Light- Silverlight 4

I spent most of the day yesterday in Silverlight 4 session. At the beginning of the conference they hand out conference schedule. After the first Keynote it is half useless and after the second Keynote it isn’t worth the paper … Continue reading

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Seeing Through a New Light – Silverlight 4

The first speaker was Windows and Windows Live Division President Steven Sinofsky. He started out talking about how they went about developing Windows 7. The key points that he covered was the feedback that they received during development. The key … Continue reading

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Three Screens and a Cloud

The official Day One of PDC started off with a bang. Ray Ozzie started off the Keynote by touting his Three Screens and a Cloud (mobile, pc, TV) vision. The goal is develop rich experience across the spectrum of devices … Continue reading

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Full Day of Silverlight

This is my fist post from PDC 2009.  I attended an all day workshop on Silverlight.  It was presented by a couple of Brits who came here to teach me!  Overall the presentation was pretty good.   The first session was … Continue reading

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