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  • Blog Post: Technical Briefing Wrap and HOLIDAY!

    First of all what does it look like to talk to nearly 2000 people? Well here is a picture I found on flickr of 900 people... yup I'm in there #9 top row. Think double this and we will be just about there! It was all of you that made this event so successfull, THANKS! Darryl did a great...
  • Blog Post: Emerging Web Technologies

    I presented today alongside David Bolocker amongst others on Service Oriented Architecture, Web 2.0 and Mashups. I even came up with my own quote... "Software Convergence, is not the reduction of solutions but the expansion of presentation & information to user combinations." Check out my...
  • Blog Post: Machinima, Scott Guthrie and WPF/E

    On April Fools day 4 years ago Red vs. Blue smashed onto the Internet. It has been credited with bringing new popularity to machinima, helping it to gain more mainstream exposure, and attracting more people to the art form. In the world of user generated content the machinima technique involves...
  • Blog Post: Do you work with ASP.NET? Take 2 hours to learn AJAX!

    We have just released a FREE 2-hour clinic to learn about the rich functionality that ASP.NET AJAX Extensions provides for building highly responsive and enhanced web applications. In addition to learning about the different server and client components of ASP.NET AJAX, you will also learn how to build...
  • Blog Post: My Tech.Ready (Well at least the parts I can talk about)

    I'm starting my long flight home from Seattle to Auckland. Please join me for another long convoluted post about this week abroad all written and linked while disconnected from the Internet ;) Each year technical Microsoft staff that are based out in the field fly to Seattle to attend a week long...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Released

    Scott announced this morning that the final release of ASP.NET AJAX shipped this morning. There are already a number of sites out there using the framework. Some of the more recognisable ones are the Live Image Search and Pageflakes and for a NZ example EcoBob although I am sure there are others....
  • Blog Post: AJAX Security

    This morning I was interested to read about a security hole that enabled you to steal someone else’s Google cookie and access their Google services (this is now fixed). You can only imagine how much identity theft hurts until it happens to you. Some years ago my 5 digit ICQ account was stolen from me...
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