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  • Blog Post: Curse Client Lights-Up with New Windows 7 Features

          Curse.com is largest MMO (Massive Multi-player Online) gaming web portal in the United States and serves-up millions of games add-on’s for popular games like World of Warcraft, WarHammer, and Runes of Magic. Their users represent some of the most affluent and influential online...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 3 + Windows 7 = Browser-based Multi-Touch Game

    Here is the first-ever on-line game that combines the power of Silverlight 3 with Windows 7 Multi-Touch to give you a browser experience like never before!  If you have a Windows 7 Multi-Touch device – point your browser to http://www.playcrazycoins.com and get ready for some fun!   Be...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 For Architects & Developers - Updates

    Many thanks to everybody who came out to see my presentation at the South Florida Architecture Group meeting!  I have updated my slide deck to represent the features in the RTM release of Windows 7 and have included a few more code downloads for your review. Here's the short list of the topics we...
  • Blog Post: Innovation/Showcase on Windows 7

      “ Windows 7 is what a modern managed desktop should be. It helps us increase productivity, reduce costs, and provide enhanced desktop security” - Doug Miller, Practice Architect, CDW Join us at Microsoft’s Windows 7 Innovation Showcase where you can explore how Windows 7 delivers ‘the new efficiency...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7: Application Compatibility and Windows XP Mode

    Many commercial and custom developed applications running on Windows XP and Vista should just work on Windows 7. However, it is highly recommended that customers test the applications before moving them to Windows 7.  Microsoft provides many resources on application compatibility testing including...
  • Blog Post: Just Released - The Windows 7 RC Training Kit for Developers!

    The Windows 7 Training Kit for Developers includes presentations, hands-on labs, and demos. This content is based on Windows 7 RC and provides an early peak to our final training. This training kit is designed to help you learn how to build applications that shine on Windows 7 by utilizing key features...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 for Developers and Architects

    Thanks to everybody who came out to my recent presentations on Windows 7 for Developers and Architects ...there are certainly a ton of great new features & capabilities baked into the platform.  Here's the short list of the topics we discussed: Programming the Windows 7 Task bar Jump Lists Thumbnails...
  • Blog Post: MSDN TIKI HUT Road Show - New Tour Coming in June

                 That's right, the .NET TIKIHUT tour is back - just in time for the start of the 2009 Florida Hurricane season! For more details - check out the Official MSDN TIKI HUT Road Show web site: www.DotNetTIKIHUT.com Menu at the Hut   Session...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 Release candidate (RC) - Now available for MSDN & TechNet Subscribers

    Windows 7 RC is now available to Microsoft TechNet/MSDN subscribers, and on May 5th it will be available at http://www.microsoft.com/windows7 for partners, IT pros, and tech enthusiasts to pilot Windows 7 RC at work and at home.  Here's the scoop on the Win7 details: Why upgrade to Windows 7 RC...
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