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  • Blog Post: Next geekSpeak -Connecting Silverlight with Pete Brown

    Silverlight 2 provides a number of new ways for connecting your application to servers and services, especially sockets, WCF, SOAP and REST. It also has a number of restrictions and differences when compared to the full .NET 3.5 stack. In this geekSpeak, Silverlight MVP Pete Brown will answer your questions...
  • Blog Post: Next geekSpeak: SQL Server Compact Edition Tips and Tricks with Jim Wilson

    Originally, we had planned to have Jeff Wharton as our guest this week, to take your questions on and share tips around SQL Server Compact Edition . Unfortunately, Jeff has been called "offline" (as they say today) for personal reasons. In our hunt for an expert who can take your questions...
  • Blog Post: Resources for geekSpeak: Inside LINQ to XML with Paul Sheriff

    Here are the resources mentioned on our show with Paul Sheriff. You can watch the recording here . Good reference information for LINQ to SQL LINQ to XML in the MSDN Library - http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb387098.aspx LINQ to XML - 5 Minute Overview - http://www.hookedonlinq.com/LINQtoXML5MinuteOverview...
  • Blog Post: Next geekSpeak: Inside LINQ to XML with Paul Sheriff (Wednesday, April 16, 2008)

    We've had a few geekSpeaks on LINQ in general, so it makes sense to start digging a little deeper into some of the specific implementations of LINQ. This week, Paul Sheriff will take your questions and share some best practices around LINQ to XML. Register for the geekSpeak and we'll see you on Wednesday...
  • Blog Post: Next geekSpeak: Tame your Software Dependencies with James Kovacs - (Wednesday March 26, 2008)

    We have what promises to be a very interesting geekSpeak on tap for tomorrow. James Kovacs will address the shortcomings of tightly coupled architectures from the perspective of testing and maintenance, and show you how to avoid introducing dependencies that result in too-tightly-coupled a design. This...
  • Blog Post: Resources for geekSpeak: Building Animations in Silverlight with Cal Schrotenboer

    Here is some follow up information from Cal Schrotenboer's webcast on Silverlight animation . Cal provided some very useful information and links in his responses below. Many thanks again to Cal for being a guest on geekSpeak! Can you compare (at a high level) Silverlight 1.0 and Silverlight 2 Here's...
  • Blog Post: Next geekSpeak: Wednesday, March 19, 2008 - Advanced ASP.NET with Daniel Egan

    Join us on geekSpeak Wednesday, March 19 at 3 PM EDT to dig deep into ASP.NET with our guest Daniel Egan . Daniel has a long history of using Microsoft ASP.NET, he's an MVP and a Regional Director, is an author of an ASP.NET book, and speaks at a lot of conferences. Register for this live geekSpeak...
  • Blog Post: Next geekSpeak - Wednesday, March 12 - Building Animations in Silverlight with Cal Schrotenboer

    We took a short break from geekSpeak because of MIX08 , but we're back now and rarin' to go! Next up we have Cal Schrotenboer showing us a thing or two about doing animation in Silverlight. Cal's a technology expert as well as an instructor - it should be a fun show! So register today and join hosts...
  • Blog Post: March 2008 geekSpeak links are now up

    Join us on Wednesdays in March and geekSpeak on cool dev topics like Silverlight animations, advanced ASP.NET and an interesting testing concept called "software dependencies". Our guests will be James Kovacs , Cal Schrotenboer and Daniel Eagan . We won't have a show on March 5 because all...
  • Blog Post: Next geekSpeak - Wednesday, February 20 - Building Silverlight Gadgets with Al Alper

    Register now for this geekSpeak where you'll hear some practical, hands-on tips for building gadgets with Silverlight. Remember, geekSpeaks only have a few demos to familiarize you with the technology - after that, it's all about your questions! This geekSpeak will be hosted by Glen Gordon and Lynn Langit...
  • Blog Post: MSDN geekSpeaks now available as audio files

    Hopefully many of you have enjoyed the recordings of the geekSpeak webcasts, either in place of the live version or as a way to catch that cool segment that you missed. Given that many geekSpeaks are mostly conversations and Q&A, many of the episodes can be enjoyed as audio only - during your commute...
  • Blog Post: Resources for geekSpeak - Security from a Public, Anonymous Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Site with Jim Wilt

    This was a great nuts and bolts geekSpeak on how to allow anonymous users to submit information through a MOSS site. Here are some great SharePoint resources from Jim. You can watch the recording of the geekSpeak if you missed it.   Licensing information for MOSS - http://office.microsoft.com/en...
  • Blog Post: Resources for geekSpeak - Web Client Software Factory with Paulo Morgado

    Here is a great set of resources from our guest Paulo Morgado. Catch the recording here . Contextual Auto Complete Bundle Demo code: WCSF geekSpeak: Contextual Auto Complete Bundle Demo Code Validation Bundle Demo code: WCSF geekSpeak: Validation Bundle Demo Code Real-Time Search Bundle Demo code: WCSF...
  • Blog Post: Resources for geekSpeak - Windows Vista Bridge for .NET with Kate Gregory

    Sorry for the delay, but here are some resources from the geekSpeak last week with Kate Gregory on the Windows Vista Bridge for .NET . Kate is still exchanging some emails with the the rest of the team behind the project, and we'll try to get more information on some of the other questions asked during...
  • Blog Post: Next geekSpeak - Wednesday, January 9th - SQL Server 2008 for Developers with Kevin Goff

    This geekSpeak is all about the developer aspects of SQL Server 2008 with Kevin Goff. Your hosts will be Glen Gordon and Mike Benkovich . Register today! MSDN Webcast- MSDN geekSpeak- SQL Server 2008 Programming for Application Developers (Level 300) Kevin Goff , of Harrisburg, PA, is both an independent...
  • Blog Post: geekSpeak: about CardSpace with Michele Leroux Bustamante

    Show recording link on Ch9 geekSpeak: about CardSpace with Michele Leroux Bustamante Post-show notes For CardSpace code samples there are many entries on my blog here: www.dasblonde.net . Just search on CardSpace Specifications on Information Cards: o http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/1/a/11ac6505...
  • Blog Post: Our last geekSpeak for 2007 - ASP.NET Shaun Walker, plus a new landing page

    First, some big news about a new location to find out all about geekSpeaks. We have our own landing page on the MSDN Events & Webcasts page! Here you'll find links to upcoming geekSpeaks and recorded ones. We have our January shows in there, so take a look at some of great guests we'll be having...
  • Blog Post: Resources for geekSpeak - HTTP Handlers and Modules with Chris Love

    Here are some follow-up links and answers to questions from our geekSpeak November 28th on HTTP Handlers and Modules with Chris Love. You can catch the recording on Channel 9 here - geekSpeak recording - httpHandlers and httpModules with Chris Love Resources: An end-to-end IIS extensibility demo - http...
  • Blog Post: Resources for geekSpeak - WPF with Bil Simser

    Here are some links to information that was mentioned during the geekSpeak from November 14 . Thanks to Bil Simser for the geekSpeak and the resources! WPF Unleashed http://www.informit.com/store/product.aspx?isbn=0672328917 Applications = Code + Markup: A Guide to the Microsoft® Windows® Presentation...
  • Blog Post: MSDN geekSpeak - whole 'lotta shows for Dec 2007/Jan 2008

    We've got great guest experts - join us live Wednesdays from 12 to 1pm PST for the virtual chalktalk - geekSpeak. If you can't make the live show, catch recorded shows at http://channel9.msdn.com/shows/geekSpeak . Dec12 - Brian Loesgen - BizTalk Adapters http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail...
  • Blog Post: Next geekSpeak - Wednesday, November 28th - httpHandlers and httpModules with Chris Love

    Now that you've stuffed yourself with turkey for a few days, stuff your brain with some great information from the geekSpeak series. On Wednesday, November 28th, we'll have Chris Love as our guest. He'll be walking us through writing httpHandlers and httpModules for IIS, and answering your questions...
  • Blog Post: Next geekSpeak - Wednesday, November 14th - WPF with Bil Simser

    Bring your WPF questions for our guest Bil Simser on our next geekSpeak - Wednesday, November 14th at 3 PM EST. Bil is a Microsoft MVP from Canada and he'll be giving us the ins and outs of this exciting UI technology. Bil Simser lives and works in Alberta, Canada, as an independent Solutions Architect...
  • Blog Post: Resources for geekSpeak: LINQ to SharePoint with Bart De Smet

    This was a wonderful geekSpeak, with lots of good questions from attendees and some fascinating demos by our guest. Here are the follow-up resources Watch the recording LiveMeeting - https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/mseventsbmo/view?id=1032352641&role=attend&pw=C7397762 Channel 9 - geekSpeak Recording...
  • Blog Post: geekSpeak: LINQ to SharePoint with Bart de Smet

    Join us Wed, Oct 31 at noon PST to talk with Bart about his implementation of LINQ to SharePoint (on CodePlex ). Here's his bio - A former Visual C# MVP, Bart De Smet now works at Microsoft Corporation on the WPF dev team in an SDE role. Prior to this new challenge, Bart was active in the Belgian community...
  • Blog Post: MSDN geekSpeak: Aaron Elder on customizing CRM

    Here's the link to Aaron's geekSpeak on Channel 9 Here are some post-show resources: Aaron's blog http://www.invokesystems.com/cs/blogs/mscrm/ August 2007 VPC - Full-fledged CRM environment development http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=A8EDFC7B-01D8-4500-845B-01370D4EED21&displaylang...
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