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Using the powers of the debugger to solve the problems of the world - and a bag of chips    by Tess Ferrandez, ASP.NET Escalation Engineer (Microsoft)

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  • Blog Post: Design tips for Developers

    I found a set of really nice, short videos by Arturo Toledo on the Silverlight blog that I thought were worth sharing. He goes through some of the design principles using the Microsoft Expression tools and talks about what you should think about when designing a web page, logo or whatever it is you are...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight/WPF FlipImage Animation

    I was working on some Silverlight samples and needed an image that could flip over as in the example below. All the samples I could find on the net were pretty complex and contained a lot of code to do the animation and I wanted something really simple. To create the illusion of an image that...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Game – Part 3 - Using Linq to XML to read and generate the levels

    This is part three in a series of 5 posts showing how I built a simple game in Silverlight, you can follow along (reading the posts in order) to build your own Traffic Jam game. I would recommend that you also go through ScottGu’s silverlight tutorials as well as the other tutorials on www.silverlight...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Game – Part 4 - Adding drag and drop functionality to move the cars around

    This is part four in a series of 5 posts showing how I built a simple game in Silverlight, you can follow along (reading the posts in order) to build your own Traffic Jam game. I would recommend that you also go through ScottGu’s silverlight tutorials as well as the other tutorials on www.silverlight...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Game – Part 5 – Storing Highscores in Isolated Storage

    This is part five in a series of 5 posts showing how I built a simple game in Silverlight, you can follow along (reading the posts in order) to build your own Traffic Jam game. I would recommend that you also go through ScottGu’s silverlight tutorials as well as the other tutorials on www.silverlight...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Game – Part 1 – Creating the main layout

    This is part one in a series of 5 posts showing how I built a simple game in Silverlight, you can follow along (reading the posts in order) to build your own Traffic Jam game. I would recommend that you also go through ScottGu’s silverlight tutorials as well as the other tutorials on www.silverlight...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Game – Part 2 – Creating a Car UserControl

    This is part two in a series of 5 posts showing how I built a simple game in Silverlight, you can follow along (reading the posts in order) to build your own Traffic Jam game. I would recommend that you also go through ScottGu’s silverlight tutorials as well as the other tutorials on www.silverlight...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2.0 Walkthrough – Creating a “Traffic Jam” game

    This series of posts are not really in-line with my normal debugging posts, but I just created a simple Traffic Jam game in Silverlight and thought I’d make it into a “lab series” that you can go through if you are getting started with Silverlight. The game is called Seattle Streets and it based on the...
  • Blog Post: Debugging Silverlight applications with windbg and sos.dll

    If you have hangs, performance, memory issues, exceptions or crashes in Silverlight applications you can debug them using windbg and sos just like you would if the issues occurred in other .net applications. The difference is that Silverlight in IE runs a subset of the framework where the main dll...
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