The session I gave at TechEd 2009 is now available for online viewing for TechEd attendees. Click on the link below to view the session if you missed it or if you want to watch it again:

WUX402: Deep Dive on Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control

The Microsoft Virtual Earth Platform has grown immensely over the past year from our Virtual Earth AJAX Map Control to our new Virtual Earth Web Services and now our Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control which is now available as a public beta to developers. Come and join us as we take you on a tour of all the features and dig deep into the code to show you how to build your own Virtual Earth applications in Silverlight.

 WUX402: Deep Dive on Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control

Download source code for this session.

Also, I did a 20 minute interview with Mark Dunn for TechEd Online to discuss some of the features of the Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control. This video is available to everyone. You can see the video here:

TTK20: Microsoft Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control

The Microsoft Virtual Earth Platform has grown immensely over the past year from our Virtual Earth AJAX Map Control to our new Virtual Earth Web Services and now our Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control which is now available as a public beta to developers. Watch as Keith Kinnan and Mark Dunn talk about some of the features of the Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control.

TTK20: Microsoft Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control

Thanks to everyone who attended TechEd. I enjoyed meeting with you at the sessions and at the Silverlight booth.  Don’t forget to download the Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control CTP, try it out, and  give us feedback!

(Note: This post is also available on the Virtual Earth Platform Team Blog)