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  • Blog Post: Learning jQuery

    As I spend more time working on the client side, I’m more and more impressed with the jQuery JavaScript framework, and really glad that we’ve decided to ship it with future versions of Visual Studio (as well as with the soon-to-be-released ASP.NET MVC framework), since it will make client-side programming...
  • Blog Post: Everything You Ever Wanted To KNow About Streaming Video, but Were Afraid To Ask, and Then Some…

    …including “ The Birth of Smooth Streaming ” In my last post I talked about the history of multi-bitrate streaming and how we got from RTSP and HTTP streaming back to HTTP download as the primary media web distribution mechanism. In this post we’ll take a closer look at how adaptive streaming differs...
  • Blog Post: Quince UX Patterns Explorer

    Quince is a neat idea and app from Infragistics that provides several ways to explore common patterns in UX design. Quince is implemented in Silverlight , and does a nice job of taking advantage of the technology to enable a good-looking and an easy-to-navigate UI. You can explore patterns by specific...
  • Blog Post: Now’s a good time to Ramp Up

    In a challenging economy, one way to ensure that you’re ahead of the curve is to build your skills. Whether you’re just starting out, or have years of experience, there are probably skill areas that, if you pushed them to the next level, would help you be more secure in your current job, or improve your...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Code Gallery

    Cool announcement from Soma : Providing our customers with best in class development tools is only one piece of what we need to do to help them be successful or, in some cases, even get started. One of the most requested things we have heard is that developers want snippets, samples, sample applications...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 Speed Learning

    Some good resources on Visual Studio 2008 for the time-crunched : Still on a speed kick... In anticipation of an internal "do your best sales pitch for Visual Studio 2008", I reviewed these great (and quick) clips on Visual Stuio 2008. Nice work, check it out... http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio...
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