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  • Blog Post: MSDN Flash - MIX10 Special: What Happens in Vegas.

    This week the MSDN Flash is a wrap up of everything MIX. We all know the old adage "What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas"; yet with live broadcasts , blogs and tweets that is no longer the case. I have just returned from MIX10 with a group of ten kiwis and I'll say that this year's event had some...
  • Blog Post: IE9 - HTML5, Hardware Accelerated: First IE9 Platform Preview Available for Developers

    At the MIX conference , we demonstrated how the standard web patterns that developers already know and use broadly run better by taking advantage of PC hardware through IE9 on Windows. First, we showed IE9’s new script engine, internally known as “Chakra” We shared the data and framework that informed...
  • Blog Post: MIX10 Windows Phone 7 Content Overview

    The tools available at MIX 10 and for public download are a Community Technology Preview, while not feature complete, the tools release at MIX 10 ships with a robust set of functionality. The white papers provide guidance on architecture, development, as well as design. In addition there are code samples...
  • Blog Post: The Orchard Project – Planting a Few Seeds

    Orchard is a free, open source, community-focused project aimed at delivering applications and reusable components on the ASP.NET platform. The broad vision of the orchard project is to grow the ASP.NET open source community and partner with existing application authors to help them achieve their goal...
  • Blog Post: All Hail The Gu

    This afternoon I found myself kicking around in Vegas after MIX waiting for a flight to San Francisco. I was looking through the photos from MIX10 and thought it appropriate to have a little fun. Since Scott Guthrie embodied this years MIX event I thought I’d turn the Gu into the poster child for...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight IE8 Web Slice + Desktop Application + Windows Phone 7 Series

    In our hotel room after Day 1 of MIX Gus from NV Interactive and I had an hour to kill for dinner. 20 minutes later we’d managed to port the existing NZ Cricket Match Centre into a Windows Phone 7 Series application. After a touch of refactoring to handle orientation change events and a few tweaks around...
  • Blog Post: MIX10 Keynote – Windows Phone 7 Series Development

    As New Zealand wakes up on Tuesday 16th March the MIX 2010 keynote is wrapping up in Las Vegas. Watch the full keynote below: As I walk out of the keynote room I can’t help but feel pride for where Scott Guthrie has taken Windows Phone in one short year. This really was a reset of the platform and the...
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