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  • Blog Post: Summary of MIX '08 Highlights

    It's been a busy week (getting ready for the 2008 Launch event in Boston next week), but I have a moment to share details from my trip to MIX '08 last week. It was my first MIX, and incredibly, my first visit to Las Vegas! Not a lot of free time to absorb the city, but it was great. Didn't get to go...
  • Blog Post: MIX08 Registration Open and Site Updated

    Thanks to a heads-up from Brad, I took a look at the newly updated MIX08 website . I like the site design - simple and easy to navigate, but with some nice effects. MIX08 will be at The Venetian in Las Vegas on March 5-7 and registration is now open. Keynotes from Ballmer and Guthrie, solid sessions...
  • Blog Post: MIX University Expands with a Free WPF Bootcamp Course

    Tim Sneath posted about a great new addition to the already strong lineup of training available at MIX University . Now you can access a full three-day WPF training course (over 20 hours) for the low cost of free. From Tim : "You'll hear a keynote from Ian Ellison-Taylor , the general manager responsible...
  • Blog Post: ReMix '07 Conference in Boston, October 8-9

    Here's one more reason it's good to be in New England. Based on the concept of Mix '07 in Las Vegas, ReMix '07 Boston will be on October 8th and 9th at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge. The conference, for web developers and designers, will have a keynote from Brad Abrams and will have multiple tracks of...
  • Blog Post: Mix07 Session Recordings Available

    If, like me, you couldn't swing out to Las Vegas for Mix07 this time around, you can now access and download recordings of the keynotes, sessions, and panels. (Actually, even if you did attend Mix you'll want these since you can't attend every session while you're there!) Head to http://sessions.visitmix...
  • Blog Post: Tons of Silverlight News

    The curtain has been raised on a whole slew of news related to Silverlight , formerly codenamed "WPF/E". Today at Mix '07 (no, unfortunately I'm not attending) and via blogs, several announcements have been made: .NET Programming and Tool Support for Silverlight From Soma's Mix07 post : "We have made...
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