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  • Blog Post: Modern.IE: new tool for web developers for browser testing and compatibility

    Earlier this week, Microsoft launched Modern.IE : a new web base tool that helps you test, identify, and correct browser compatibility. Whether you are on Windows or not, Modern.IE will help you optimize your site for cross-browser compatibility and provide lots of guidance and tools to help you implement...
  • Blog Post: Register for Web Camp Special Edition on May 3 – All New Content

      Join us on May 3 rd for a special edition of Microsoft Web Camp to learn the latest on web development on the Microsoft Platform.  Place to be is the exquisite Event Lounge in Brussels. After the first Belgian Web Camp with Scott Hanselman keynoting in January 2011, as well as some local...
  • Blog Post: Web & Phone UX Event: Recordings, slides and content now available

    In November we held the Web & Phone UX event in Ter Elst (Edegem), bringing a full day of sessions focusing on Web & Phone (WP7) Design and Development. Sessions included HTML5, Windows Phone Metro Design from thinking to building and refining, JavaScript habits and patterns, Windows Phone Mango...
  • Blog Post: Web Camps Belgium: Hands-on HTML5 and Web Apps announced

    Web Camps are back! This time you can register for any of the four confirmed one-day events to learn more about using ASP.NET, open source web apps and get to some practical HTML5 coding. What are Web Camps Belgium: Hands-on HTML5 and Web Apps? Web Camps Belgium are free full day training events where...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Webcafe on November 23rd in Leuven–register and join us!

    The next Microsoft Webcafe is taking place at the M-Museum in Leuven, on November 23rd. Join us for another informal event with partner, Microsoft and Web community presentations. What is it and what to expect? Webcafes are informal, after the hours tech meetups for industry updates, cases, networking...
  • Blog Post: Ten reasons to attend Web & Phone UX Tour on November 3rd

    On Thursday November 3rd you can attend the Web & Phone UX Tour event in Belgium (at Ter Elst in Edegem). It’s a full day full day encounter of web, phone, user experience and development content. Whether you come from the design and user experience angle or a more technical one, two tracks are there...
  • Blog Post: WebMatrix 2.0 Beta: download, play, publish

    WebMatrix is a free web tool from Microsoft. In one sentence: it’s an all-in-one tool you can use to download, install and tweak and publish a website based on an open source app like WordPress, Umbraco, Drupal, … OR program your own site with an easy-to-use Razor syntax and ASP.NET Web Pages. Now that...
  • Blog Post: PhoneGap mobile HTML5 framework adding support for Windows Phone Mango

    Yesterday, the Windows Phone Developer blog , together with Nitobi , announced the availability of a PhoneGap beta version supporting Windows Phone Mango. This new option to build applications targeting Windows Phone gives more choices to developers. In particular, Web developers will be able to easily...
  • Blog Post: Web developers: try out new IE10 Platform Preview 2 with Drag & Drop, File Reader API, Web Workers, CSS3 Floats and more

    After a first Platform Preview in April, the IE team has now released Platform Preview 2 for Internet Explorer 10. As web developer, front-end web designer or integrator, it’s your opportunity to test new HTML5 technologies support, which will later be coming to the final release. It’s standalone install...
  • Blog Post: Write HTML5 and CSS3 with Visual Studio 2010 – download the free Standards Update today

    Some folks at Microsoft are just great. Take Mads Kristensen and some folks in his team: last week they released a free update to Visual Studio 2010 SP1 that delivers better support for writing standards web pages. In essence, the extension adds Intellisense support for HTML5 and CSS3, following the...
  • Blog Post: Web Camp Belgium on ASP.NET MVC 3, NuGet, HTML5, jQuery and OData: videos and slides online

    The first Web Camp Belgium was a success: we welcomed Scott Hanselman to keynote for a packed room and a well attended live stream. In this post you can find top links and resources to view the recorded content on-demand as well as download some of the slides. Further in this post: Interview with Scott...
  • Blog Post: MIX 2011: register with early bird and vote for Belgian sessions

    In just over two months the biggest Microsoft web and UX conference is taking place in Las Vegas: MIX 2011 from April 12 to 14 . We have just announced the keynote speakers, first pre-conference boot camps and opened up registration, so now is the time to register! What is MIX 2011? MIX is a gathering...
  • Blog Post: Slides and links from my ‘HTML5 Today’ talk at Web Camp Belgium

    Recorded content from our first Belgian Web Camp will be coming online on Channel9 Web Camp Belgium page. As of right now, the keynote by Scott Hanselman has just been published. Update 30 Jan 2011: demos added in this post. In the meantime, I wanted to give you early access to the slides from my...
  • Blog Post: Final update: get ready for Web Camp Belgium - 24 January 2011

    We’re almost there: next Monday we are welcoming Scott Hanselman, Drew Robbins and Gill Cleeren for the first Web Camp Belgium. The event is fully booked, so praise yourself lucky if you got a seat. If you didn’t, no need to worry, we also have some very good news for anyone who’s not able to make it...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC 3, NuGet, IIS Express, SQL CE 4, Web Farm Framework, Orchard, WebMatrix released

    Last week, Microsoft released more than six new or upgraded products! All these products enhance developing for the Web, from professional developers with ASP.NET MVC3 and NuGet to novice users with WebMatrix. And the best news: they are all free. ASP.NET MVC 3 (now with Razor support, amongst other...
  • Blog Post: Web Camp Belgium: join online and breakfast is on us!

    Can’t make it to the Web Camp Belgium in-person (Monday January 24th)? Hurry up and you might get a free breakfast delivered to your company/community to watch the keynote and sessions via live stream . We don’t want you to miss anything so get a small group together and enjoy the show! How does this...
  • Blog Post: Web Camp Belgium update: new speaker and more of Scott Hanselman!

    On January 24th 2011 we are organizing the first Web Camp Belgium event. Scott Hanselman has confirmed his presence, and now with some changes to other confirmed speakers we will have a full two hour keynote by Scott. The keynote will cover all that is new with the Microsoft Web Platform. In addition...
  • Blog Post: Quick tip [link]: Azure Accelerator for Umbraco

    Umbraco is an open source ASP.NET CMS framework, becoming very popular since it’s creation a few years ago. Last month, Microsoft together with Umbraco has announced the availability of an accelerator to help you move your Umbraco application to Azure. The accelerator is, as the name says, accelerating...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Webcafe #1 – Resources and notes

    Yesterday we organized the first Microsoft Webcafe at the Palm Breweries in Steenhuffel. I was really happy to see familiar and lots of unfamiliar faces join this new informal web professionals get-together. Check out some of the pictures on our Facebook page. Palm Breweries was quite a fitting location...
  • Blog Post: REMIX10 – Update and final chance to register

    This is it, next Tuesday 28th of September 2010 we will be hosting REMIX10 in De Montil, Affligem. We’ve managed to get a great list of speakers, both national and international, join us to deliver eight different sessions. If you want to register, now is the time! You have a choice for Web Developer...
  • Blog Post: Script Junkie – a resource on scripting, HTML and CSS

    The tagline for this Microsoft resource says a lot, Script Junkie : “ Essential cross-browser code, information and discussion ”. With the beta launch of Internet Explorer 9 yesterday this site is even more a great resource for web scripting and HTML. The site contains articles organized into the following...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 9 Beta is here: download and experiment

    Internet Explorer 9 Beta is here, and it’s here for you to try out. Yesterday we had the official beta launch event in San Francisco, with our own local event in Belgium. Download now ! With a bunch of new features, the team has focused on three main areas: Performance, with a new JavaScript engine ...
  • Blog Post: A new lightweight web tool and stack: WebMatrix

    Today Scott Guthrie’s blog post announced the availability of the first beta for WebMatrix. WebMatrix includes a complete Web development stack that integrates a Web server (IIS Developer Express), database (Microsoft SQL Server Compact 4.0), programming model (ASP.NET Web pages with Razor syntax...
  • Blog Post: MS Web Platform Installer & Gallery – extensibility for your own non-public apps and products

    The Microsoft Web Platform Installer (Web PI) is a great tool to automate the installation of web developer tools, framework, web server and database. In case you haven’t see this you I encourage you to take a look at http://www.microsoft.com/web . This is also something we showed during the REMIX 2009...
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