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    Architect Breakfast at the Atlanta Launch

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    For those of you who would like to hear the Architects point of view at the Atlanta Launch, please join us for breakfast at the Georgia International Convention Center. The details are below: ********************* Please join us for breakfast to...
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    Ford Sync

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    I recently did a piece on the new Ford SYNC for the Birmingham FOX news affiliate. It was quite a bit of fun, even though there were some technical difficulties! Check out the first segment (out of 5). If you can find the others, by all means, let me...
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    Visual Studio Team System Briefings

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    I am pleased to announce a series of briefings that are coming up soon in a city near you!  The most exciting thing will be the discussions around Rosario.  Please come by and check them out. Come join your technology peers to learn about current...
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    Jackson, MS Visual Studio Event

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    I would like to thank the community in Jackson for having us down to speak, and in particular, New Horizon's for hosting us in their facility.  As promised, I am posting my slides . Feel free to reuse these as you would. It was my first chance to...
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    Silverlight Announcements: 2.0 expected to go Beta in Q1

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    With the enhancements to Silverlight that are being made with the next release, we realized that naming it Silverlight 1.1 would not properly reflect the amount of work that is going into it. Specifically, we are renaming Silverlight 1.1 to Silverlight...
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    Holiday Loadfest and Game Night

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    We are hosting a Holiday Loadfest on December 3rd, in conjunction with the Atlanta .Net User Group and the Atlanta Microsoft Professionals .  The first 150 people to attend will receive an evaluation copy of Visual Studio 2008.  So bring your...
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    Visual Studio 2008 and Performance Improvements

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    If you have not heard yet, VS2008 was just Released to Manufacturing !  If you have an MSDN subscription, you can download it right off the web site.  Not only that, but its been posted as an Akamai download, which means that its super fast...
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    What Flavor of LINQ to use?

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    Check out another colleague of mine ( Bill Zack ) who talks about the three types of LINQ flavors (SQL, Dataset, and Entity) and when an Architect should choose between the three.  This is the start of some really interesting stuff that my group...
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    Instructions on Installing Silverlight Streaming Plugin for Expression Encoder

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    One of my peers has put up a very interesting post on where to get the Silverlight streaming plugin for Expression Encoder.  Check it out:  http://blogs.msdn.com/jbarnes/archive/2007/11/14/automatically-publish-to-silverlight-streaming-using...
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    Publishing to IIS7

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    Over the years, I get asked this question quite often. How do I publish my code to IIS? Well there is a many-folded way to answer this question. Who is publishing? Where are you publishing to? I am going to use this article to lay out what the options...
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    Interested in Biztalk?

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    And just dont have any experience with it? Or maybe you have experience, but just need to brush up. Well, we are offering a Biztalk University Class in the Atlanta office. Come and see it! Microsoft Corporation – Alpharetta, GA 1125 Sanctuary Parkway...
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    Silverlight, and an Architects Point of View

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    One of my peers up in the Northeast, Bob Familiar , has put together a great article on his Blog that talks about Silverlight from an Architects Point of View . Its really a rather interesting post on how to built Web Services with Silverlight.
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    Chad and Doug Roadshow coming to Atlanta

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    Due to many requests coming, Doug Turnure and I will be bringing our Next Web Roadshow to Atlanta in October. What's NextWeb? Silverlight, ASP.Net AJAX futures, Silverlight/WebServices, and Virtual Earth! Just hit the registration link below and sign...
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    Weather Channel launches updates to Virtual Earth Radar

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    The Weather Channel just released an update to their Virtual Earth based radar control. You can now use Virtual Earth's address lookup feature to access your local weather. I dont mean local as in city wide, I mean local as in your house's personal weather...
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    Silverlight 1.0 and Expression Media Encoder Released!

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    On September 5th, we launched Silverlight 1.0 along with a release of Expression Media Encoder . Here are some great sites that have already released on this version: Entertainment Tonight's Emmys site Home Shopping Network WWE Halo3 Trailers...
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    Silverlight and the Mono Project - MOONLIGHT

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    I am excited to annouce our support for the Moonlight project that Mono is working on. What is it? Well its an implementation of Silverlight that works on Linux. That means that all the work you do with Silverlight can be re-used on Linux! Its very excitinng...
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    REMIX07 - Boston

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    You, my loyal readers are invited to ReMix07 in Boston! There is a discount involved that you will not be ale to get through the registration site. Hit the link below and attend! ReMIX07 Boston – Monday-Tuesday, October 8-9, 2007 Brought to you...
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    Silverlight 1.1 VirtualEarth Viewer - by Greg Schecter

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    Silverlight 1.1 VirtualEarth Viewer Greg Schecter has released up to the Silverlight gallery a great new control that will allow you to use Virtual Earth inside of a Silverlight control. Greg notes in his BLOG entry that the URL's used to obtain the...
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    Tafiti - a cool new way to search

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    If you have not seen it, check out Tafiti . Tafiti is a swahili word, meaning "Do Research". If you are tired of doing searches where all the results come back in a spreadsheet, then Tafiti is your solution. It will allow you to graphically view all of...
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    Chad and Doug MSDN Roadshow

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    Doug Turnure, Developer Evangelist, and I will be hitting the road in the Georgia and Alabama this month. What's the topic this time? Silverlight and the Next Web Technolgies. Exciting things like AJAX futures, Silverlight/WebServices, and Virtual Earth...
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    Brian and Chad MSDN Roadshow

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    Brian Hitney, Developer Evangelist, and I will be hitting the road in the Carolinas. What's the topic this time? Silverlight and the Next Web Technolgies. Exciting things like AJAX futures, Silverlight/WebServices, and Virtual Earth! Come out and see...
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    Alaska Trip

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    Several people have asked me where I have been the last month. The reality is that I have been in Alaska fishing for the last week, but I was probably checked out for a couple of weeks before then. This picture shows just a few of the fish that we caught...
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    Search client for Windows Mobile

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    Its been a long time since my last post, but I thought I would update everyone on a very great tool that I just used on my trip to Alaska. It is an incredibly well designed smart client tool that connects to the internet and delivers comprehensive search...
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    And Another Silverlight Game....

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    This time its Silverlight 1.1 and its called Zero Gravity , written by Terralever . A colleague introduced me to the game and its fairly novel, considering the newness of the technology. The most amazing this is that it took only 4 weeks to develop. 4...
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    Silverlight Games built on Virtual Earth

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    Ok, so my favorite two technologies just came together with one of my favorite hobbies. Andy Beaulieu has put together a game built on Virtual Earth and Silverlight. Essentially you can fight aliens over your house or favorite landmark using Virtual Earth...
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