Dennis "D.C." Dietrich

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  • Blog Post: MIX09 announced

    Don't make any plans for March 18-20 next year (or cancel the plans you've already made) since that's when MIX will happen once again in Las Vegas. The MIX09 website is already online and if you liked what we showed you this year you will love the cool new stuff that's coming up next! This posting...
  • Blog Post: Reflections on MIX 08 part II: What's the secret Formula?

    One of the outstanding sessions I attended was What's the secret Formula? (PNL14) . The panelists were (in alphabetical order): Dan Harrelson - Senior Technologist, Adaptive Path LLC Daniel Makoski - Microsoft Corporation Jensen Harris - Principal Group Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation Mike Schroepfer...
  • Blog Post: Reflections on MIX 08 part I: First day keynote

    This is the first on an n part post series about my personal thoughts on this year's MIX based on notes I took during the conference (and, no, I don't know the value of n yet). Let's start with the keynote on the first day which was a great kickoff with Ray Ozzie , Scott Guthrie and Dean Hachamovitch...
  • Blog Post: Reflector add-in (proof of concept) for highlighting platform APIs

    I was talking to one of our partners at MIX about the new security model in Silverlight. In case you're not familiar with it yet I recommend reading The Silverlight Security Model (as well as part II and III if you're interested in the details) on Shawn's blog since he explains it very well (see also...
  • Blog Post: What happens in Vegas...

    Well, I published a post on Tuesday and haven't ever since (not counting the remote debugging post which I prepared before going to MIX). Turns out MIX got in the way of blogging about MIX on a daily basis ( fortunately some fellow MSDN bloggers had time to do so ). It is nicknamed a "72-hour conversation...
  • Blog Post: Setting up Silverlight 2 remote debugging on Mac OS X

    Let's face it: Silverlight is awesome! So are the Visual Studio Tools for Silverlight. One reason why it is so awesome is that you can run your applications on Windows and Mac OS X. But what if you need to debug an application while it is running on a Macintosh? Since there are no development tools for...
  • Blog Post: The day before MIX...

    So, I finally made it to Las Vegas. However, not without a four hour delay in Portland due to a leaking lavatory which made it necessary to use another aircraft. That of course caused me to miss most of the presentation of The King of Kong meaning I got to watch the last three minutes of the documentary...
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