• Tim Sneath

    A Couple of Avalon Express (XBAP) Demos

    Some technologies are cut, others just get renamed so many times that people think they've been cut! Ever since the first public unveiling of Windows Presentation Foundation, we've supported both standalone and browser-based applications. On the browser...
  • Tim Sneath

    WinFX Runtime Components November CTP Now Released!

    With every CTP, we're another step closer... This release is particularly exciting, because it is based on the final .NET Framework 2.0 bits. You've no excuse now for not installing WinFX and starting to prototype a great Windows Presentation Foundation...
  • Tim Sneath

    WinFX and the Visual Studio 2005 Final (RTM) Release

    Today is the end of a long road for the Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 teams - many congratulations to them on shipping! The book I co-wrote five years ago concerning development for SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services may now be officially considered...
  • Tim Sneath

    Windows Live Custom Domains

    I try to be a good Microsoft citizen - using our software wherever possible, providing feedback to the product teams, filing bugs, and generally dogfooding. (Hopefully that doesn't imply that I'm blinkered to the merits of other software: I certainly...
  • Tim Sneath

    The Difference between CTPs and Beta Releases

    In response to my last post announcing the WinFX Runtime Components November CTP , kettch posts the following: "this is not a beta this is a ctp. CTP's are by their very nature broken. With beta releases there is an effort made to fix some bugs...
  • Tim Sneath

    Installing the WinFX Runtime Components on a x64 Machine

    After I posted the availability of the Nov CTP bits, I had a question from Niels Berglund (a great mentor on all things SQLCLR) asking where the x64 version was. I'd searched around for this for ages myself and had presumed that we just weren't making...
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