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  • Blog Post: Robby and Me on Channel 9

    We're not nearly as entertaining as Don and Chris , but Robby and I are in another video on Channel 9 (our last one was on MSDN TV ). This time we talk about our experiences with Windows programming, the web and the power/flexibility/extensibility of WPF. It was a fun conversation. Robby is giving...
  • Blog Post: In other news...

    Our friends from Max have been busy. Not only are they cranking away at a beautiful WinFX app, but they're taking time to blog about their adventures. Ben has blogged about IScrollInfo [ Part 1 , Part 2 , Part 3 ]. If you are making your own panel and want a ScrollViewer to party over...
  • Blog Post: Avalon Simple Tree View, Part 2

    In my last post , I walked through creating a simple hierarchy using styles. Now, let's bring it to life. We want to add expand/collapse to our TreeViewItem (HeaderedItemsControl), but IsExpanded is not a property on HIC. We need to add one. Let's go into the Window1.xaml.cs file and add two classes...
  • Blog Post: Avalon March CTP: Creating a simple TreeView

    I’m going to walk through creating a simple TreeView with the March CTP of Avalon. First, the tools you need. 1) Visual C# Express 2) Avalon and Indigo Community Technology Preview - March 2005 (In a previous post , I’ve discussed how to crack the ISO.) Let’s...
  • Blog Post: London Avalon Enthusiasts Dinner

    Do you live in or around London? Are you interested in Avalon? Have you been playing with the November CTP? Would you like to meet a Program Manager on the Avalon team? Ask questions, give feedback, make suggestions? I’m going to be doing some travel (for pleasure) in Europe the end of this month. I...
  • Blog Post: Coolest Channel 9 video I've ever seen...

    ...but I really like the command prompt. There have been a lot of posts about Monad on MSDN Blogs. Take a look at the demo on Channel 9. http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=25915 Very cool.
  • Blog Post: “I lost my girlfriend’s phone number.”

    Never underestimate the value of a catchy title. This entry is about Longhorn, though—specifically the work we are doing in People and Groups to bridge contact lists--not only between application, but between devices. My good friend Jeremy , a PM on the IE team, came into my office on Thursday...
  • Blog Post: One more...Ray seems to like Longhorn

    Ray Ozzie has an interesting perspective on Longhorn storage: moving to a common store may have the same benefits of using common protocols on the Internet. I hope so!
  • Blog Post: Glass in IE6?!?

    Those of you lucky enough to attend the PDC keynote this year saw the cool glass effects we're working on for Longhorn. Well, you don't have to wait for Longhorn to get glass on your desktop. You can do it with IE right now! http://w3future.com/2003/glass/glass.html The author claims the...
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