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  • Blog Post: Background Motion - now live!

    Over the last few months the guys at Mindscape have been dotting i's and crossing t's in order to get BackgroundMotion up and running. This has meant getting a solid hosting solution up (thanks to ZeroOne for pitching in!) as well as ensuring things like the terms of use and such things are in place...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Flash - Focus on Orcas

    Over the last week or so our team has been planning what we will be working on over the next 12 months. One of the big deal things that is coming out in the next 12 months is Visual Studio “Orcas” – the next major version of Visual Studio. I thought I’d take the opportunity to highlight some of the high...
  • Blog Post: Tech Ed ANZ Web Track - feedback required

    We are steadily filling sessions for Tech Ed ANZ, and I'm in charge of the web track, so here is what I have so far. Please note that this is not the entire list, just the speakers from the US. I have a few other sessions penciled in but my first priority is to get the right mix of US speakers. Take...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Flash Editorial - Expression Web and Tech Ed NZ teaser

    Great news last week for those of you in the web development space, thanks to the great feedback from the developer community we’ve decided to release Expression Web and Expression Blend (when released) as part of the MSDN Premium subscription . Expression Web is a great product if you are wanting to...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio "Orcas" March CTP now out

    The March CTP of Visual Studio "Orcas" is now out. You can get the VPC with all the installed bits from here . If you'd rather install it on your own computer, the self extracting install is here . Full details of whats included can be found at the download page, but interesting things include: ...
  • Blog Post: Adding ASP.Net AJAX to existing websites

    I'm sure this has been posted a thousand times on other blogs, but I thought I'd put it up here anyway. If you want to add Microsoft ASP.Net AJAX (v1.0 RTM) to an existing website assuming you've installed the RTM edition you can do it by adding some stuff to the web.config file: Firstly - in the system...
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