October, 2008

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    My Silverlight Demo Links

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    I (and my colleague Ed Dunhill ) are currently visiting a number of Universities in the UK delivering technology talks as part of the Inspiration Tour (more info on the planned date are available on Ed’s blog ). During the Silverlight session we show...
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    The Windows 7 Blog for Developers

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    If you are interested in IT, computing, etc. you should have heard by now that the next version of Windows will be called Windows 7   and that participants to the PDC 2008 conference this year will get their hands on a pre-beta version of the new...
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    Ferrari is using Windows HPC Server 2008

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      Being Italian, a Ferrari fan and working for Microsoft… I could not be happier!!! Read the Computerworld article to find out more about this.
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    My visit to the University of Sunderland

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    I’m back from a trip to Sunderland where I met about 120 students yesterday as part of the Inspiration Tour 2008/2009 . I was really impressed by the campus, not just because of the quality of the building but also because of the openness of it… The Informatics...
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    Dare to Dream Different

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    Do you have any cool idea that uses software and hardware to create your dream device? You will find this very interesting!!! We just launched the Dare to Dream Different Challenge in which we invite you to show us what your dream device is all about...
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    Silverlight 2 is a go

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    Last night the Silverlight team released the final version of Silverlight 2.0 (if you are interested, the official press release is here ). While I recommend you go to Tim Heuer’s post for full details about the new release, there are a few things I would...
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    And the winner is… Windows 7

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    Mike Nash just announced on the Windows Vista Team Blog that the next version of Windows will be called Windows 7 . His post is an interesting read if you are interested in why this name has been chosen and why we decided to move away from a moniker like...
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