Windows Live Quantum Mechanics

Windows Live client side web application development according to Windows Live Quantum Mechanic Danny Thorpe.

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  • Blog Post: 2007 Events Calendar

    Techie events are a mixed bag. Some are actually fun to attend, while others are more like work on a stick. Here are a few picks and pans for 2007. GDC07 March 5 - 9 San Francisco The Game Developers Conference is an entertaining booth crawl for the same reason gaming conventions are fun - you see glimpses...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Barcelona Wrap-up

    I figured out why I hadn't been able to find Nikhil in the speakers lounge to chat about client-side web app bits - he wasn't in Barcelona! He had to cancel due to illness (he's much better now). Jeff Prosise graciously offered to cover Nikhil's TechEd talks. After the conference day was done, the...
  • Blog Post: TechEd TechEd TechEd

    Ok, so I'm running out of clever headlines. Nikhil Kothari 's AJAX scripting talk was filled to the brim, so I headed over to Steve Teixeira 's C++ roadmap session. In transit, I crossed paths with the three Dutch amigos (who took me trekking across downtown Barcelona last night in search of beer...
  • Blog Post: Talking Heads on TechEd VirtualSide

    Paul Foster pulled me aside yesterday to say a few words about Windows Live for the VirtualSide video series that is following the events here at TechEd Europe. Talking heads here: http://www.mseventseurope.com/TechEd/06/Pre/Live/VideoDev8.aspx?id=2#an2 Dinner last night was with Steve Teixeira and...
  • Blog Post: Windows Live At TechEd Europe

    I'll be speaking at the Microsoft TechEd: Developer conference in Barcelona Nov 7-10 about Windows Live and the client-side webapp infrastructure and APIs that we're building. I'll do two sessions, DEV210 on the Windows Live platform in general with specific focus on opportunities for developers, and...
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