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    Russ' Tool Shed is back in town...

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    You won't want to miss this. Russ is trading in his Hawaiian shirt for plaid once again and bringing his tool shed back to New England for a couple of great events. Details below. JOIN US FOR THE RETURN OF RUSS’ TOOL SHED TO NEW ENGLAND It's All About...
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    Bob and Chris MSDN Roadshow September Content Posted...

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    Chris Bowen and I have emerged from our respective Halo 3 induced seclusion long enough to zip up our session PPTs and demos. You can download the zip files from the public SkyDrive folder located here: SkyDrive is a new service available on Windows Live...
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    Activating a Technorati Claim

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    This post is content free! My Technorati Profile
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    ReMIX07 Boston Attendees to receive Microsoft Store Vouchers

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    See Jeff Barnes blog on this great offer for ReMIX07 attendees. Each attendee will receive a $120 Microsoft Store voucher. If you are interested in attending ReMIX07 Boston, visit the ReMIX07 site and use the RM07INTB RSVP code to get $100 off the registration...
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    Bob & Chris MSDN Roadshow Reminder...

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    Chris and I will be in Burlington VT on Monday Sep 10th and Rochester NY on Sep 12th. Then we will be in Hartford CT on Sep 17th, Portland ME on Sep 18th and Waltham MA on Sep 20th. We will be delving into Silverlight, Dynamic Languages, Software + Services...
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    Developer and Architect Events Fall 2007

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    I wanted to let you know about the upcoming events for developers and architects happening here in the northeast. Chris Bowen and I will visit several cities between September 10 th and September 20 th delivering a free 1-day seminar for developers and...
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    Adopting Silverlight - An Architects Point of View

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    Abstract A very common deployment scenario for Silverlight 1.1 Applications is to be hosted from Windows Server 2003/IIS6 environments. This implies that the development environment for Silverlight will be based in .Net Framework 3.5 while the deployment...
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    We're baaaack! Bob and Chris hit the road in September...

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    Chris and I are about to embark on another road trip visiting all our favorite haunts here in the Northeast. Please come and join us for a day of deep technical sessions, questionable demos and the usual taunting from the back row. Agenda: A Tasteful...
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    Code Camp 8: Rise of the Silverlight Surfer

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    Technorati Tags: Silverlight , Code Camp Chris Bowen has announced Code Camp 8: Rise of the Silverlight Surfer as well as a call for speakers. This is your chance to step up and be heard, share your experiences and code. This event promises to be a lot...
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    Pluralsight offers a Double Feature / WCF + WF

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    Technorati Tags: .Net 3.0 , WCF , WF , Pluralsight Pluralsight offers some of the best courses available if you want to go deep on .Net. Check this one out: 5 intensive days learning how to build connected systems and workflow applications with .NET 3...
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    Silverlight, Visual Studio 2008 and Expression Blend

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    What do these products have in common? Well they just moved one step closer to being released. And if you are a rabid early adopter junkie (REAJunk) like myself this is great news. Silverlight is a cross-platform, cross-browser plug-in for delivering...
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    Microsoft SoftGrid Job Openings

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    Technorati Tags: SoftGrid , Jobs SoftGrid is expanding their capabilities and facility. They are moving to 1 Memorial Drive Cambridge overlooking the Charles River on 9/24/2007. There are several job openings in their software development group including...
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    Code Camp 8 - Rise of the Silverlight Surfer

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    Technorati Tags: Silverlight , Code Camp Chris Bowen has announced the next code camp event to be held in Waltham, MA. Check out the details here .
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    PluralSight offers Applied .Net 3.0 Course

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    Technorati Tags: PluralSight , .Net 3.0 , Training I highly recommend that you attend the upcoming Applied .Net 3.0 course at the Waltham MTC August 14th through the 17th being offered by PluralSite . Keith Brown is the instructor. This is going to fill...
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    VS2008, SQL 2008 and Windows Server 2008 Launch Date Announced

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    Today (July 10th) at the Worldwide Partner Conference, Kevin Turner announced that Visual Studio 2008 , Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 will be launched on February 27th at an event in Los Angeles, followed by a series of launch events around...
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    Index of Silverlight Games

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    Chris Bowen has cataloged a nice collection of Silverlight games most of which come with source. This is a great way to learn the ins and outs of Silverlight development. -bob
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    AJAX and Silverlight @ the NYC arcCouncil June 2007 ReCap

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    I had a great time presenting at the New York City arcCouncil event hosted by Bill Zack at the Microsoft Office. I presented on AJAX and Silverlight . My slides and sample code can be found at here . There was a need for some clarification on the details...
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    Breaking changes between Silverlight 1.0 Beta and RC1

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    Joe Stegman has a detailed blog post on the breaking changes between Silverlight beta and version 1.0 . The goal is to no longer have breaking changes in subsequent release of Silverlight. -bob
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    Yummy Silverlight Nibbles!

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    A new site with on-line Silverlight tutorials, build completely in Silverlight by the way, has been launched. Check out Nibbles and the associated Nibbles Blog . -bob
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    MSDN Enterprise Architecture Site Launched

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    The Enterprise Architecture site has been launched on MSDN. Enterprise Architecture has become a common practice for large IT organizations. For the first time there is a methodology to encompass all of the various IT aspects and processes into a single...
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    Silverlight and Silverlight Streaming Nuts and Bolts

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    Danny Thorpe has a great post on how to get your Silverlight applications working with the Silverlight Streaming Service . -bob
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    CardSpace and Silverlight at the VB.Net User Group

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    It was great to see everyone at the VB.Net User Group meeting in Waltham, MA last night. I enjoyed presenting CardSpace and Silverlight. Here is a link to my Silverlight content. Here is a link to my CardSpace content -bob
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    MSDN Event - AJAX + Silverlight

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    I had a great time speaking at the MSDN Events this week on the topics of Microsoft ASP.Net AJAX and Silverlight. As promised here is the link to the content from the event. Here are other blog posts of mine that are also relevant: XAML Primer Making...
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    'Acropolis' CTP for WPF Development Released

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    The Microsoft code name “Acropolis” Community Technology Preview 1 is a set of components and tools that make it easier for developers to build and manage modular, business focused, client .NET applications. Acropolis is part of the “.NET Client Futures...
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    SQL Server 2008 'Katmai' CTP Is Now Available

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    Click SQL Server “Katmai” June CTP release to get started. Here are the 4 main functional areas that you will want to investigate with this new release: Mission-Critical Platform – SQL Server 2008 enables IT groups to be more productive by providing a...
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