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  • Blog Post: Virtual Earth 6.2 Technical Webcast On Demand

    I uploaded my webcast into our SkyDrive service and have posted it here for your viewing pleasure. Check out my blog post from last week for the download details for the samples from this webcast. Also I should point out that we have updated the WCF contracts for our staging service so if you are using...
  • Blog Post: Samples from VE 6.2 Technical Webcast

    Hey everybody, Mark Brown here. I hope you enjoyed our technical webcast today. I wanted to provide you with the demos I showed during our presentation. These should give you a leg up in exploring the features from both the Virtual Earth 6.2 Map Control and our Virtual Earth Web Services 1.0. Download...
  • Blog Post: Announcing: Virtual Earth 6.2 and Virtual Earth Web Services 1.0

    Well here it is everybody. The next version of Virtual Earth is out. Not only that but we now have our 1.0 version of the Virtual Earth Web Services here live as well. Let’s dig in to some of the features in this release. Maps for Mobile Devices . Develop mobile applications with rich imagery optimized...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Earth 6.2 Technical Webcast

    Hey everybody. Sorry for being so quiet lately. Most of you may know that we’re getting ready to release our next version of Virtual Earth. There’s a ton of AWESOME features we got into this release and to help you all get a good start playing with them on October 3, 2008 I will be delivering a 90 minute...
  • Blog Post: Tech Ed Interview with Carl Franklin

    Hey everyone. Sorry I haven’t blogged in a while. Been a little crazy for me lately getting everything ramped up for our upcoming release of Virtual Earth which is due here very very soon. When we were all at Tech Ed North America in Orlando, FL this past June I sat down with Angus Logan , Dr. Neil and...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Earth at PDC

    This year’s PDC will have a session on Virtual Earth. We have a big release coming up this Fall and I plan on giving an in depth look at it for those interested in building location aware applications. This session will be ~90% demos and code to give you all a leg up on getting started with all the new...
  • Blog Post: Tech Ed is Awesome

    I'm having a great time at Tech Ed this year. There are TONS of developers here and they are really enjoying themselves. I had my session yesterday on Virtual Earth. The room was packed, standing room only with probably close to 200 people in there. Among some of the things I announced yesterday includes...
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