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May, 2006

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    Lovin the Ajax Experience : Day 1

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    The Ajax Experience conference kicked off yesterday in beautiful San Francisco ... I am having a great time down here already. It is WAY different than some of the big Microsoft run conferences (PDC, TechEd).. for one thing I am one of only three MS employees...
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    Slides and demo the Microsoft Atlas talks at The Ajax Experience posted

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    I posted the slides and demo for my talk on the Atlas Ajax framework that I will do this morning at the Ajax Experience . Slides Demos Updated: Video of a dry run I did the night before the talk. It is very demo heavy! Updated 2: High-res...
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    A reminder as we start detailed design and implementation...

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    My team is starting detailed design and implementation work over the next week or so and I know of few of them read this blog ;-) So I thought it would be worth reminding everyone of an adage of good software design that Rico coined a while ago .....
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    High-res version of Atlas talk posted

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    In response to comments I posted a high-res version of my recent Atlas talk... (it is actually the dry run I did the night before) It is very demo heavy, but if you want to skip a bit... here are some suggestions 5:58 – Task List Demo 25:00 ...
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    Atlas Sesssions from Mix06 online

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    Check it out, the sessions from Mix06 have been posted... you can see a streaming video of the entire presentation and get slides. Check out a few of my favorites: Developing a Better User Experience with "Atlas" - Shanku does a nice overview of...
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    See you at Web Design World in Seattle

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    I am very excited to do a keynote at the Web Design World conference in Seattle July 10-12 th I am honored to be up there with a great group of speakers . Here is the talk I am planning to do... Any thoughts\comments? I’d love to hear from folks that...
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    "GoLive" with WinFX...

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    Today at WinHEC BillG announced the Beta2 of WinFX with a Go Live license ...... The Go Live is great because it let’s you build apps on WinFX and let customers actually use them! This bits (and the go live ) work great on XP as well as Vista ....
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    The panel at the Ajax Experience Conference

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    Thanks to the Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer (and my fellow panelist) for having me on panel last night. I had a great time and continued to learn a ton! For those of you that were not there, I captured a few of the questions that stood out to me... ...
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    Web control Vendors support Atlas

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    3 rd party control vendors are an important part of any successful platform, so I am very happy to see a couple of control vendors come out with some Atlas enabled controls. Check them out... ComponentArt Announces Support for Microsoft "Atlas"...
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    Information on Offline Client applications with .NET Framework 2.0

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    Steve posts some good information on getting offline client apps developed with VS2005 and .NET Framework 2.0... I’d love to hear feedback or success stories... From Steve’s blog.. Using SQL Server Mobile w/Visual Studio 2005 – 7 minutes A quick...
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    WinForms, Vista and Glass

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    TimS does a great post on getting the Vista “glass” look and feel in a WinForms app... http://blogs.msdn.com/tims/archive/2006/04/18/578637.aspx This is a cool little “light-up” feature you can do in your WinForms app to make them look even...
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    Why to consider Microsoft for Web2.0

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    Cool article on Top 13 reasons to CONSIDER the Microsoft platform for Web 2.0 development from the folks at http://web2.0central.com/ They didn’t mention the cool dice demo as a reason... but still a good list to show to your management ;-)
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