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  • Blog Post: More than 200 Hours of PDC Breakout Sessions Available Now

    There is a wealth of resources available at http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/ but I couldn’t find a single complete list of PDC sessions available so I created one here. Update: Mike Swanson has done one better over at http://blogs.msdn.com/mswanson/pages/PDC2008Sessions.aspx by including codes, speaker...
  • Blog Post: WCF REST Starter Kit

    The WCF REST Starter Kit CTP is a set of features, Visual Studio templates, samples and guidance that enable users to create REST style services using WCF. It builds on the support already provided as a part of WCF in .NET 3.5 (including SP1). Read More Getting Started with the WCF REST Starter...
  • Blog Post: Oomph: A Microformats Toolkit

    The Oomph A Microformats Toolkit session is taking place right now at PDC. With the momentum of Microformats burgeoning, we decided to build Oomph: A Microformat Toolkit . Our main goal with Oomph is to make Microformats more accessible for developers and designers. Microformats are about enhancing...
  • Blog Post: Day 3 PDC Microsoft Research Rules the Roost

    Reading tweets and Scott’s WOW blog post this morning perked my interest in what was shown at PDC this morning. I checked out the overview of what was presented and the Microsoft Research site to find out more about what was shown. Unfortunately it looks like today's keynote wasn’t recorded ...
  • Blog Post: WPF/ Silverlight Control Toolkit - Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 CTP

    In today’s PDC keynote theGu announced a new control suite for Silverlight 2 and WPF . The Silverlight controls announced today don’t exist in WPF just yet but have been written in a way that can be easily ported to WPF. These releases continue to drive towards the arrowhead vision for WPF and...
  • Blog Post: Windows Cloud = Windows Azure

    Azure is a near synonym for the color blue. Commonly it refers to a bright blue, resembling the sky on a bright, clear day. Take a trip to http://azure.com to meet the new Azure Services Platform. Watch the intro videos: Manuvir Das: Introducing Windows Azure Steve Marx: Windows Azure for Developers
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