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October, 2008

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    Framework Design Guidelines Video from PDC2008 Talk Posted

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    The great folks that work tirelessly behind the scenes here at the PDC have already gotten the Framework Design Guidelines Video posted . http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/PC58/ Enjoy!
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    Repeat of the MEF talk at PDC2008

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    After the amazing great reception MEF got during ScottGu's keynote yesterday we had tons of people ask about a MEF session.  So we are VERY happy to be able to repeat Glenn's MEF session... Please come if you can. TL33-R Managed Extensibility Framework...
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    .NET Framework 4 Poster

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    We created a very cool poster that shows off the new stuff in .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and .NET Framework 4.    Thanks to Kit George for running this effort to get a very cool view of .NET Framework 4 and for the great folks at Addison Wesley...
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    Framework Design Guidelines slides from PDC2008 Talk

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    Yesterday, Krys and I did a talk on Framework Design Guidelines and how they changed from when we started in 1998 to now in 2008.  They should have the video of the talk up soon, I will post a link when it comes up... in the meantime, check out the...
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    Enabling Firefox support in Visual Studio 2008

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    In the comments on a recent post a reader asked me how to enabled Firefox in Visual Studio 2008..   Luckily it is very easy..   You right click on the aspx page and select "Browser With"   Then select "FireFox"...
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    AjaxWorld Talk: Building Rich Internet Applications Using Microsoft Silverlight 2

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    It was another fun day AjaxWorld .  I had a good time during my talk Silverlight 2 .    Silverlight is a cross-browser, cross-platform, cross-device.  Plug-in for building and delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences...
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    AjaxWorld Talk: Building a Great Ajax application from Scratch

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    I had a great time today at AjaxWorld during my talk on building a great Ajax Application from Scratch.  It was fun to get out from behind the powerpoint and show some real code!   For this demo, I only used freely available tools... In ...
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    Framework Design Guidelines Talk @ PDC2008

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    I am very excited to be giving a Framework Design Guidelines talk at the PDC this year.  Krzysztof and I think of this as our "victory lap" for publishing the Framework Design Guidelines 2nd Edition .   As we were talking about...
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    Silverlight 2 Interview on HerdingCode PodCast

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    Earlier this week Tim Heuer and I got a chance to be interviewed on the HerdingCode podcast.  Thanks to Jon Galloway and co for a great show!..  It was a very fun experience.   Here is the topic list we covered...  Fun, fun stuff...
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    On My Way to AjaxWorld!

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    I have very excited to be going to AjaxWorld in San Jose, CA next week.  I love getting a chance to get out of Redmond and talk to real-life developers and an industry wide event such as AjaxWorld gives me such a great opportunity to see what is...
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    Some Great Information Posted on the Silverlight 2 DataGrid

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    Scott Morrison has a great post on the Silverlight 2 DataGird.  There is everything you ever wanted to know about the Grid...  I bet you didn't know you could do so much..  Accessibility, Performance, Auto-sizing, sorting, re-ordering,...
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    Framework Design Guidelines 2nd Edition: Order Yours Now!

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    Amazon just put Framework Design Guidelines 2nd Edition up for pre-order.  If you are coming to the PDC in LA (and there are still slots open), you can be the first to buy a copy... Amazon and your local brick-and-mortar store will have them over...
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    .NET Framework: What do you use?

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    One of the common things we discuss on the .NET Framework prod uct team is around the popularity of different features of the .NET Framework. We have some very interesting semi-scientific methods for gathering data like this, but Hanselman and I thought...
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