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  • Blog Post: Links to New Platform Bits

    This morning at TechEd New Orleans I had the opportunity to announce several new releases. Here are a set of links to help you get started: AppFabric V1 RTM Windows Server AppFabric makes it easy to create long running services that combine the best of WCF and WF. You can install AppFabric...
  • Blog Post: Sample: Windows Phone 7 Example Application with Landscape Layout

    I’ve had a lot of fun writing Windows Phone 7 applications and for this post I wanted to share some notes and sample source code to help you get started as well.  The latest build of the Windows Phone 7 tools now support Visual Studio 2010 in addition to the free Express SKU.  You can find...
  • Blog Post: Popfly Game Engine Source Code Released

    Ben Anderson just released the source code for the Popfly Game Engine on codeplex.  You can read Ben’s full post here and download the source code here .  The project is a C# Silverlight application that demonstrates several concepts of XAML and .NET for RIA.
  • Blog Post: Tulsa Techfest 2007 Keynote Slides

    This morning I gave the opening keynote for the Tulsa TECHFEST 2007 event. There is great attendance at the event and 16 tracks! As promised, I have made the slides available online for you to download: Slides are here I've blogged information on getting started with Silverlight here At the...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started With Silverlight

    I've had a number of queries on how to get started with Silverlight after my talk in NYC on Monday. The best place to get going is the www.silverlight.net site. There is a wealth of information up there including partner show cases, downloads for the software (runtime and tools), samples, etc. If...
  • Blog Post: Slides from VSLive New York Keynote

    This morning I presented the keynote on Silverlight at VSLive in New York . As promised, here are some links related to the talk: Slides for the talk are here You can find everything you need to get started on Silverlight at www.silverlight.net , including bits, demos, sample code, etc You...
  • Blog Post: Final .NET Show with Scott Guthrie and Jason Zander

    Scott and I had the opportunity to do the final .NET show on Silverlight. The show is live now: I want to thank Robert for having us on his final show!
  • Blog Post: Visiting Microsoft India Campus

    I've spent this week visiting the Microsoft Campus in Hyderabad, India . On Wednesday I had a chance to give a talk about the upcomming VS 2008 release and do an overview of Silverlight. The VS2008 overview can be found here . ScottGu did a great job pulling together a lot of our Mix material in one...
  • Blog Post: Code Sample: Is Your Process Using the Silverlight CLR?

    In my previous post I described how multiple CLRs can now be run in the same process starting with Silverlight. In the sample video I had a small console application that could be used to track managed processes on the machine and which version(s) of the CLR they had in them. I’ve included the code for...
  • Blog Post: Side by Side In Process CLRs Start with Silverlight

    When we started working on managed code for Silverlight one scenario I wanted to see working was the ability to create a new browser or shell in managed code that could still browse to and execute rich web content. We spent (endless) time debating if this scenario should simply target the desktop CLR...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Podcast on HanselMinutes

    ScottGu and I did a podcast with Scott Hanselman at Mix on Silverlight. You can get the podcast from Scott's blog here . Scott also posted an update version of his .NET Framework diagram here . In the podcast we cover the origin of the Silverlight CLR, some differences between Silverlight and WPF on...
  • Blog Post: Origin of the Silverlight CLR and .NET Framework

    One of the common questions I’ve been asked at Mix is exactly where did the CLR / .NET Framework in Silverlight come from? We actually started building this version of the CLR right after we shipped V2.0 in October 2005. The approach was simple: figure out the minimal required core that would allow a...
  • Blog Post: Announcing .NET Framework Support for Silverlight!

    This morning at Mix’07 in Las Vegas we announced something we have been working on since we shipped V2.0 of the .NET Framework in 2005: .NET support for Silverlight. I want to congratulate the team for all the hard work that has gone into getting to this point! It’s been a blast getting everything going...
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