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    Microsoft Web Experience events in Los Angeles and Denver

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    Microsoft is hosting free Microsoft Web Experience events at the Los Angeles Microsoft office on June 8th and the Denver Microsoft office on June 15th. They will be presenting information on building the next generation user experience on the web. They...
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    File under way cool!

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    Multi-touch display technology has been demonstrated in the realms of R&D conferences and now Microsoft has announcemd a product based on this technology, Microsoft Surface . I can not wait to order a mixed drink, a slice of chocolate cake and then...
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    FYI: Pre-Release copies of Vista about to Expire

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    On May 31, 2007, pre-release versions of Windows Vista will expire. If you are running a pre-release version of Windows Vista (Beta 2, RC1, or RC2) you will begin to receive notifications about the upcoming expiration on May 18, 2007. To avoid work disruption...
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    Making sense of WPF and Silverlight

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    Microsoft is releasing technology at the speed of light (Silverlight to be precise). This may or may not be a welcome change from taking 5 years to release an OS but at least you can't say we are boring. Last fall we released .Net 3.0 which included...
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    Bob and Chris' MSDN Roadshow May Event Content Available...

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    The content from the May 2007 Bob & Chris' MSDN Roadshow has now been posted to the arcStreamEast web site. You can visit the arcHive page to download either the March event or the May event as well as the content from many other events held in the...
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    WPF based Digital Publishing Application Launched - Xiine

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    Xiine , pronounced 'zeen', is a WPF application that you can download that provides access to digital content feeds that are loaded into a FlowDocument based reader. Cool factor of 10!!! Here are some interesting facts about Xiine: Xiine Facts We have...
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    Bob and Chris' MSDN Roadshow May 2007 Recap

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    Chris and I had a great time in Burlington VT, Rochester NY, Hartford CT, Portland ME and Nashua NH. Thanks to everyone who came out to spend a day with us. Chris and I covered the XML storage and retrieval features in SQL Server 2005 , Software Factories...
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    Bob and Chris's MSDN Roadshow coming in May!!!

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    We've decided to take our long winded rants and questionable demos to a city near you. And if you were at our last event, you know the line about questionable demos is no joke! AGENDA: AJAX, Extensible Scrubbing Bubbles and that Cross Browser Cleansing...
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    Windows Server Longhorn Beta3 has arrived...

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    To find out more about how you can 'light up' your applications on the latest beta release of Longhorn, check out the Developer Meet Server blog. - bob
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    Aspiring Architect Web Casts

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    If you are a developer and want to understand what it takes to transition to architecture, these Web casts are an excellent introduction to this career path - bob Architecture 101, May 24 http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/eventdetail.aspx?EventID=1032338971&culture...
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    .Net Pub Club Syracuse, NY

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    .NET Pub Club @ Pizzeria Uno’s Carousel Mall, Syracuse, NY Food and soft drinks Sponsored by Microsoft. Microsoft employees, MVP’s, RD’s and industry leaders will be invited as well as attendees of the MSDN Event. Come out, mingle and talk about .NET...
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    Windows Workflow Foundation Starter Kit

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    The Windows Workflow Foundation Starter Kit is a Visual Studio 2005 project that demonstrates using Windows Workflow Foundation for simple task oriented workflow in an ASP.NET web application in a minimal number of lines of code. A workflow model is used...
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    Xaml and WPF - A Primer

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    Xaml (pronounced zammel ), e X tensible A pplication M arkup L anguage, is a new declarative XML-based language developed by Microsoft that allows you to define a set of .Net objects that can be compiled into an assembly or dynamically instantiated at...
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    Expression and MSDN Announcement

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    Based on community feedback, we are pleased to announce that we will be making Expression Web available starting today to all MSDN Premium subscribers. We will also make Expression Blend available to MSDN Premium subscribers shortly after the Expression...
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    Bob and Chris' MSDN Roadshow: Code Camp Edition

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    Those of you who had wanted the Roadshow to swing through Massachusetts now have access at Code Camp to the same .NET 3.0 Framework (WCF, CardSpace, WF, and WPF) content we've delivered in Rochester, Burlington, Portland, Manchester and Farmington! Check...
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    Bob and Chris MSDN Roadshow Recap - Farmington CT

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    Another great turnout for the MSDN Roadshow. A big thanks to the architect and developer community in CT for turning out and a special thanks to SB Chatterjee for his support through the Connecticutt .Net Developers Group . Chris Bowen and I covered WCF...
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    New Visual Studio Toolkit for Cardspace

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    Kim Cameron has just blogged Christian Arnold’s release of a Visual Studio Tookit for Cardspace that integrates Cardsapce with the ASP.Net Membership subsystem. If you are interested in learning about the Carspace Toolkit for Visual Studio visit Kim's...
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    Job Openings at Softricity in Boston!!!

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    The Boston based Microsoft Softricity product group has job openings for Program and Project Managers as well as Software Development and QA Engineers on the SoftGrid Application Virtualization team. Current Microsoft SoftGrid Job Openings Group Program...
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    3rd Party XAML Tools

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    At a recent MSDN event I was asked about tools for doing 3D rendering that would generate XAML output. I promised to blog the list. Mike Swanson has made this really easy for me. He has already blogged a list of tools, controls for WPF development. Click...
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    Get yourself to MIX07, Las Vegas, April 20th-May2nd

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    Not sure if you should attend MIX07 ? Then listen up... You should attend MIX07 because... MIX will continue to explore how to build more interactive and responsive experiences that take full advantage of the capabilities of the Web MIX will...
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    arcCouncil April 12th 2007 - Microsoft/SAP Interoperability

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    Please join us on April 12th at a local Microsoft office for the next arcCouncil meeting on Microsoft and SAP Interoperability . Microsoft and SAP are strategic technology providers for thousands of the world’s most successful businesses. If you rely...
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    Content Posted for Bob and Chris' MSDN Roadshow - March 2007 Edition

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    We have uploaded our content from the March 2007 Bob & Chris' MSDN Roadshow event. You can access the 25meg zip on the ARChive page on the arcStreamEast.net web site. Chris and I covered Windows Communication Foundation, Workflow Foundation, Cardspace...
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    Bob and Chris' MSDN Roadshow Recap - Manchester, NH

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    Thank you to the architect and developer community in New Hampshire!!! The folks who attended were great and given the facility very understanding. Thanks for your patience and fortitude. We look forward to our next event in May which will be held at...
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    Bob and Chris' MSDN Roadshow Recap - Portland ME

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    Thank you to the architect and developer community in Maine!!! The folks who attended were great and the MESDA facility was quite comfortable given it was 1 degree outside. A big thanks to Joe Kumiszcza for making our event a success. We look forward...
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    Windows Cardspace errata

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    During this current Bob & Chris MSDB Roadshow, I've been presenting on the topic of Windows Cardspace. For those of you who want more information on Cardspace check out this page on MSDN: This page contains links to articles, whitepapers and videos...
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