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  • Michael Stuart's Weblog

    Fun Variant on State Design Pattern

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    OK so I'm working on quite a fun project; it's a proof of concept for a near-real-time, pub-sub, server to client push type communicaton subsystem. Phew. Essentially it's a big fat wrapper around a few candidate technologies including SIP, a.k.a. our...
  • adamga's WebLog

    Will you be the Last Developer Standing!?!?

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    http://www.lastdeveloper.com/ Every two weeks, for 16 weeks, you'll have the opportunity to strut your stuff while learning about Microsoft Visual Basic development system or Microsoft Visual C# development tool. It's a great opportunity for you to...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    Chappell: Bottom-Up SOA

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    David Chappell has another good article about Service-Oriented Architecture on his blog . Thsi one deals with Bottom-Up SOA design vs. Top-Down SOA design. He says that Top-Down SOA proposals are non-starters in many organizations and that most IT shops...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    Avalon as Convergence

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    When we talk about Avalon, we often talk about integration and unification, the notion that the Avalon framework unifies any type of UI you seek to paint to the screen, whether its 2d, 3d, layout, text or video. Integration and unification describe the...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    Indigo and MSDN TV overview

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    Indigo is the managed communication stack that will ship with WinFX. It is the "V.Next" for ASP.NET Web Methods, .NET Remoting, Enterprise Services, System.Messaging, and WSE. Steve Swartz provides a brief conceptual overview of Indigo , walks through...
  • Don Syme's WebLog on F# and Related Topics

    Welcome James to the F# team

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    I'd like to say a word of welcome to James Margetson , who has joined the F# team. James started with us at Microsoft Research in Cambridge a couple of weeks ago, and has a lot of experience with mixed functional/imperative programming from his days at...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    Live from FITC

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    Some sessions I've attended: This morning was City of Wings -- from their site: "The Hive is a unique and multi-layered community based on an enchanting shared-world of image, dreams and meaning. It explores humanistic themes like duality, emotional...
  • David Dehghan's blog

    How not to miss your favorite radio show

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    I listen to NPR religiously but sometimes I miss the shows that really like to listen to: Democracy Now, Alternative Radio, This American Life, etc. I spent hours today looking for "TiVO for radio" to record shows for offline listening. Eventually I found...
  • Don Syme's WebLog on F# and Related Topics

    Robert launches an F# Wiki

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    I'm pleased to announce that Robert Pickering has launched an F# Wiki . Robert was one of the early adopters of F#, and pushed the implementation in many useful ways, including being the first to use it in conjunction with ASP.NET. I'd encourage those...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    Visual Studio 8 and Eye Candies

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    Back to the university time, before my call to the enterprise problems, I was a maniac of everything had to do with computational geometry and computer graphic in general. One of my favourite toys was LParser , a program which would produce elegant 3D...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    FITC Conference

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    I presented Avalon yesterday at FITC , a very cool conference. It has both creative and technical tracks and is attended by lots of people think on the edge of UI design. For example, check out this site http://www.moock.org/ -- perhaps the only site...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    Photoshop CS and Scripting

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    I just discovered that Photoshop CS supports scripting in AppleScript, JavaScript and Visual Basic! There's a complete type library available for the Visual Basic developer, and you can use either VBScript or full blown Visual Basic. I'm going to bet...
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