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  • Blog Post: #MIX09 Keynote – Day 1

    There was a lot of great information shared this morning at the first of the #MIX09 keynotes .  As I reflect on it, it seems that most of it seemed to be centered around Silverlight 3, but there were a few gems tucked away in some other parts of the keynote. First, Bill Buxton from Microsoft Research...
  • Blog Post: Slides and Demo from DevCares: MVC

    Here are the slides and demo from my talk Friday on MVC.  I really had a great time with everyone, and enjoyed all the really great questions!  If you think of anything else, please let me know via this blog and I’ll find the answers for you. ASP.NET MVC Overview View more presentations from...
  • Blog Post: DallasDevCares – MVC Framework

    I’ll be presenting on the Microsoft ASP.NET MVC Framework at the DallasDevCares event on Friday, Feb 27th.  Click here to register and get your seat before they fill up! For those that don’t know, DevCares is a monthly series of FREE half-day events sponsored by TekFocus and Microsoft. Targeted...
  • Blog Post: Come to MDC Dallas and See Me Shave My Head!

    That’s right – you heard right!  I’m issuing a challenge to all the architects, DBAs, enthusiasts, and professional software developers in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas… If we can get 750 people registered to attend the MSDN Developer Conference on January 26th here in the lovely city...
  • Blog Post: Deck and Demos from DELL MDC

    As promised, here are my deck and demos from the MDC event at Dell on Thursday. I had a really great time at the event, and I hope you enjoyed my session on ASP.NET 4.0 Futures! Please let me know if you have any questions. Don’t forget – the code in these demos features the ASP.NET bits featured...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 RC0 Available Today!

    The Silverlight team announced today that Silverlight 2 RC0 was released today for public consumption.  Please note that applications built using this release will work off of the Silverlight 2 RC0 Developer Runtime only. Please keep that in mind when updating your projects.  Breaking Changes...
  • Blog Post: Adding Style to WPF and Silverlight Apps at DDNUG

    I had a great time speaking at the Dallas .NET User Group meeting last night on WPF and Silverlight Styles, Templates and Data Binding.  I’ve posted the slides up on Slideshare and the demos (with the pptx) out on FolderShare .  Here are the links: Adding Style To Your Microsoft Wpf And Silverlight...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Unleashed and ArcReady

    Not sure if everyone is subscribed to the MSDN Flash or not, but if you’re not – it is a GREAT resource for finding out what’s happening in your area.  I like the fact that it’s customized to show events and happenings in your geography (my copy shows me what’s happening in TX, OK, LA and AR). ...
  • Blog Post: OKC Developer Group Presentation – Next Gen Web Apps

    I had a great time last night at the OKC Developer Group meetings.  I love presenting there because you actually get to do 2 presentations – one at lunch (there was about 85 people in attendance) and one at dinner (about 15 people).  That’s 100 people in one day with two chances to get it right...
  • Blog Post: New Release of Windows Live Tools for Visual Studio

    The Windows Live team recently released and update to their Windows Live Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio, and added a new ASP.NET Server Control for Virtual Earth!  Now it is super easy to add a Virtual Earth capabilities to your ASP.NET applications using this new control. For information about...
  • Blog Post: Exploring the NextWeb

    On June 10th, Microsoft will be hosting a FREE seminar, presented by our friends at Pluralsight , on our NextWeb technologies – specifically ASP.NET , Silverlight and WPF .  Points of interest will include: Here’s the text from the original invite that does a much better job than I could of explaining...
  • Blog Post: Registration is open for first Code Camp in Kraków

    For those of you living in or around Poland (hey – it turns out I have pretty decent readership in Poland – and I hope they’re all subscribed to this blog!) you can now register for the first ever Kraków Code Camp on June 7th.   I’ll be heading out to Poland in a few weeks to speak at this...
  • Blog Post: Free Book Offer from Microsoft Learning

    Visit Microsoft Learning at http://csna01.libredigital.com/?urvs5cn3s8 to register for 3 free eBooks: Technorati Tags: ebook , free , learning , silverlight , linq , asp.net , ajax
  • Blog Post: Tulsa Launch and ASP.NET AJAX

    We had a great time last week at the Tulsa Launch event.  After a long drive and a short sleep, Tulsa turned out about 500 people to the Heroes Happen {Here} Launch event.  Zain and I tag-teamed to deliver the developer track in the afternoon.  After sharing Keynote responsibility, my...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions Preview Now Available

    ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions Preview : The Official Microsoft ASP.NET Site Get it while it's hot - the ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions Preview is now available from the ASP.NET web site . Contained in this *preview* release are the following bits (description taken directly from the ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions web site...
  • Blog Post: .NET Web Product Roadmap (ASP.NET, Silverlight, IIS7)

    Some very important stuff announced today on Scott Guthrie's blog around the collective futures of ASP.NET, Silverlight and IIS7.  You should read the whole post to get all the details, but here are some of the key, important points: Silverlight 1.1 has now become Silverlight 2.0 There were many...
  • Blog Post: We Are Microsoft - You are Microsoft

    It's time to make a difference - are you ready?  I am... The We Are Microsoft - Charity Challenge Weekend is a 3-day volunteer charity event we're sponsoring that matches developers and their skills to the IT needs of local Charities.  The volunteer developers will work together to build the...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight DevCamp 2007 - Dallas, TX

    Here's a quick (ok, not so quick) message to all of you attending the Silverlight DevCamp here in Dallas on Saturday, Nov 10th. If you're registered on Microsoft World Wide Events, then you already got this message. If not, here it is in its entirety. PS - please use the tag "SLDC07" for all blogging...
  • Blog Post: CoDe Magazine - Article: Use the ASP.NET MVC Framework to Write Web Apps without Viewstate or Postbacks

    CoDe Magazine recently published an article by Microsoft Solution Architect MVP Jeffrey Palermo about the new Microsoft MVC Framework for ASP.NET: On October 6, 2007, Scott Guthrie officially unveiled the ASP.NET MVC Framework at the AltNetConf in Austin, TX. It’s interesting he chose to present...
  • Blog Post: Blog Series - ASP.NET Futures

    I spoke last week at the Dallas ASP.NET User Group meeting about IIS 7.0 . The talk ended a little earlier than I expected, so we opened things up to general questions, and just started discussing whatever came up. One question I asked the group was "have any of you played with the ASP.NET Futures release...
  • Blog Post: ALT.NET Conference 2007

    Last weekend I had the pleasure of participating in the first ever ALT.NET conference , held in beautiful Austin, TX. Not only was it a great excuse to visit one of my favorite cities in the US, and see my Mom (who never thinks we bring the kids over to see her enough) it was an incredible opportunity...
  • Blog Post: Webmaster Jam Session 2007 - a photoset on Flickr

    I just posted all my pictures from WMJ07 on my Flickr site . 
  • Blog Post: FarPoint’s Southern Fried Fall Tour

    For those of you living in Louisiana or Alabama who really dig FarPoint, be sure to check out FarPoint's upcoming Southern Fried Fall Tour : Monday (10/15) in Huntsville, Alabama at the Huntsville New Technology Users Group Tuesday (10/16) in Birmingham, Alabama for a combined meeting of the Birmingham...
  • Blog Post: Dallas BarCamp 4 - it's official!

    OK - it's official! Dallas BarCamp 4 will be held somewhere in Dallas on September 29th, 2007. I say somewhere, because we're not sure yet where we're going to be able to to hold it. If you've got a location that might hold about 200 people during the course of the day and provide good, free, easy-to...
  • Blog Post: Webmaster Jam Session 2007

    I'm happy to announce that Microsoft will be sponsoring, participating and speaking at the upcoming Webmaster Jam Session 2007 in Dallas, TX on Sept 21 and 22 at the Adam's Mark Hotel downtown. This is a great event for bringing designer and developers together to talk about web application design and...
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