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    Indigo is fully uncaged...

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    Now the MSDN subscribers have had their exclusive Avalon and Indigo Community Technology Preview fun. Everyone (myself included) can now go and get the 440MB of Indigo goodness with Avalon in there too. This is a major checkpoint on the way to Beta...
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    COM+ to Indigo: The "no new code" aproach

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    I’d like to present a complete example showing how the COM+ Integration feature of Indigo can be used to take and existing COM+/Enterprise Services class and expose its interface as a web service. Consider first a very typical Enterprise Services...
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    Indigo is (mostly) uncaged...

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    So if it was good to get the documentation out there yesterday, it is way better to get the framework runtime out there to today. Right now it is for MSDN subscribers ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/subscriptions/ ) and not long till general availability...
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    WinFX (Indigo & Avalon) documentation is live

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    As part of the March Community Technology Preview Edition, MSDN is now hosting the documentation for WinFX - go look at http://winfx.msdn.microsoft.com From an Indigo perspective this is the first comprehensive documentation set showing the direction...
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    Show Indigo the door...

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    Ever wanted to build something fundamental and get it out to millions of folks? I worked for years as an enterprise consultant and that was a very valuable experience, getting insight into a ton of LOB implementations, but nothing beats building the core...
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    Watch "Indigo" from VSLive

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    Last month the team spent the day presenting the new new Indigo at the VSLive! conference. It was the first time out since PDC 03 and shows a very different different build which is well on the way to our March CTP release. The video is here . Of course...
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    One louder...

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    Who Am I? Andy Milligan, a Program Manager working for Microsoft in sunny Redmond. I'm from Scotland originally so Redmond IS sunny. Are you that Andy Milligan? Nah, not that one. To be clear, he made those decidedly weird horror exploitation movies which...
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