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  • Blog Post: Mix09 Keynote Video Shown At Auckland Web Meetup

    As promised here is the MIX09 Keynote Highlight video that I showed at the Auckland Web Meetup MIX09 from Nigel Parker on Vimeo . Download links of the different bits (including SuperPreview) are available on my previous post John has also made a video introducing the speakers for the upcoming...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 8 Released, IE6 down 8.8% in NZ in 8 Months.

    Do you remember what you were doing when the planes hit the buildings in New York, September 11th 2001? Did you know that two weeks before that event IE6 was released to the web? What else was happening around that time? Trade Me had less than 30,000 customers The first generation 5GB...
  • Blog Post: Intergen, Buttercups and Silverlight Accessibility.

    It seems fitting with Coldplay being in Auckland last week and Yellow producing a custom version of IE8 that we continue the Yellow theme. Back in December 2006 Forrester released a report titled  Smackdown: Rich Internet Applications Versus HTML We found that, on average, RIAs outperform HTML interfaces;...
  • Blog Post: MIX09 Sessions Available Now!

    Take a trip over to http://sessions.visitmix.com/MIX09 and you can watch and download the 122 sessions below: Day One Keynote Day Two Keynote .NET RIA Services - Building Data-Driven Applications with Microsoft Silverlight and Microsoft ASP.NET <3 the New Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit for Social...
  • Blog Post: MIX09 Day 1 Keynote

    I woke up super early this morning and watched the MIX keynote live ( Here are my live tweets ). I must say even though I knew a lot of what was coming it was great to see it all presented together. You can watch the keynote on demand below (the download links aren’t live just yet). Tim Sneath has the...
  • Blog Post: SilverStripe = FREE, the MIX09 Keynote

    The more time I spend with the Web community in New Zealand, the more time I also spend with people and companies utilising the open source business model. That might sound like an oxymoron to some but my experience is that developers generally open source their software to obtain reach and build...
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