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  • Blog Post: Expression Studio 3 Available to All MSDN Premium Subscribers

    Last week, Microsoft expanded availability for Expression Studio to all MSDN Premium subscribers with the release of Expression 3 on MSDN Subscriber Downloads. Previously, only subscribers at the Visual Studio Team System Team Suite with MSDN Premium level have been able to download Expression Studio...
  • Blog Post: Xaml and Bing Maps – Part 1

    This is the first in a two part series where I cover Xaml development with Bing Maps for Enterprise. In part 1, I cover building this application. (Link to Part 2 ) (Sample code attached to this blog post below. Please review the code usage guidelines here .) It is a WPF application that collects...
  • Blog Post: “WPF for LOB” Tour Coming to a City Near You

    Jaime Rodriguez is delivering a great set of WPF for LOB content that you will want to check out.  Please go to this link for more information and registration tips but here is a quick summary of dates / locations: Location Dates Click here to register Los Angeles, CA 4/24 -4/25 www.msregistration...
  • Blog Post: Windows Presentation Foundation Soup to Nuts

    Back to my blog... Summary page for the WPF soup to nuts webcast series by Bill Steele, many of which were part of the top 10 webcast list for 2007. MSDN Webcast: Windows Presentation Foundation Soup to Nuts (Part 01 of 18): Introduction (Level 100) MSDN Webcast: Windows Presentation Foundation...
  • Blog Post: Is Windows Forms Technology Dead in Visual Studio 2008?

    Answer: Not at all, however, the above question leads to this follow-on question: How do all of these UX technologies like Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Foundation, XBAP, and Silverlight fit together? With Visual Studio 2008, the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) designers are greatly improved...
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