Windows Live Quantum Mechanics

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

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    Map Your Mind: MindMap + VirtualEarth

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    Here's an interesting mashup: Michael Scherotter (the MindMap guy) has added address lookup and route finding to MindManager using Virtual Earth web services. He says the idea came to him at Mashup Camp , and took root in planning a family vacation. ...
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    Macintosh .NET

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    Here's an interesting little data point to put on your radar: Nathan Herring , long time Microsoft Macintosh developer, has joined the MiniCLR team , a core component of WPF/E . Now, what do you think Mike Harsh and the "Windows Presentation Foundation...
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    Charlie Calvert Joins Microsoft C# Team

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    It's official! Charlie Calvert , long time Delphi evangelist at Borland and C# developer at Falafel , and consummate writer, has joined Microsoft's C# team as Community Program Manager. Charlie is a wonderful speaker, and by his very nature has a calming...
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    Mashup Camp 2006 Wrapup

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    Mashup Camp brought together some 400 people interested in developing web applications quickly by combining mutiple data sources or services in interesting ways. This being my first "unconference", I found the just-in-time and minimal organization of...
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    Mashup Camp: Identity discussion

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    This discussion, led by Johannes Ernst, sought to explore ways to improve the user experience in maintaining personal information across multiple web sites. Multiple logins on multiple sites are more than just a nuisance for the end user - a typical...
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    Mashup Camp Photos

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    Mashup Camp is rolling along, purposefully on the edge of giddy chaos. It's an interesting mix of people - independent (for pay) developers, corporate devs, passionate hobbyists, venture capitalists, press, and service providers. Everybody is interested...
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    Bugger

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    In times like these I'm reminded of Captain Jack Sparrow, who, when caught between a hoard of hungry cannibals on one side and a sheer cliff of death on the other, elloquently and concisely summed up the situation thusly: " Bugger! " The technology...
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    Mashup Camp! And a Crack of Thunder...

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    I'm off to Mashup Camp this week! Monday and Tuesday are pegged for Mashup University, with a more traditional conference session structure, and the unstructured (or just-in-time structured) mashup camp is on Wednesday. I'm told that last year's camp...
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    Windows Live at Toronto Delphi User Group

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    Toronto was sunny, warm, and surprisingly windy - perfect weather! Highly recommended over Toronto's November offerings. I had a day to kill between TechEd and the TDUG meeting Monday night, so Bruce McGee took me over to Toronto's Pacific Mall to...
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    TechEd 2006 Wrapup

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    TechEd 2006 was quite an event. Nearly 10,000 people converging on the new Boston Convention Center is a sight to behold. I was at TechEd in part as a crash course to learn my team's messages and the Microsoft messages, to learn how to use the other services...
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    Windows Live Dev Beta Launch

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    The new homepage for Windows Live Developers has launched! Whether you call it "LiveDev" or "devlive", this is the part of Windows Live that is focused exclusively on developers. Most of the other Windows Live properties are geared for consumers (hundreds...
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    The New Platform Play

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    Long time colleague Bruce McGee expressed in email some concerns about Microsoft openness and interop, and general trustworthiness to do the right thing: “[Concerning the new job at Microsoft], I'm hoping it's really cool stuff for you and really...
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    Into the Maelstrom

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    Danny Thorpe joins Microsoft's Windows Live! Platform team...
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