• Tim Sneath

    Internet Explorer 7.0 Beta 2 Preview for Windows XP

    • 8 Comments
    I've been playing with this build for a little while on my Windows XP partition, and I already miss it when I'm forced to use an alternative machine. The combination of tabbed browsing and thumbnailing, RSS feed subscription, filtering and searching,...
  • Tim Sneath

    MSDN Evening in the UK: Windows Presentation Foundation

    • 3 Comments
    It's time for me to return to my roots. After nearly a year away from my home country, I'm heading over to Europe next week for a series of customer visits and early adopter training sessions in the UK and Germany. Although I love every aspect of living...
  • Tim Sneath

    Microsoft Expression Interactive Designer ("Sparkle") Is Here!!!

    • 22 Comments
    It's gone midnight Pacific time, so it's safe for me to write a post that I've been wanting to write for many months. Microsoft Expression Interactive Designer (the product formerly known as "Sparkle") is finally available in the form of its first...
  • Tim Sneath

    Twelve New WPF Hands-On Labs Available for Download

    • 2 Comments
    Although Windows Presentation Foundation offers tremendous power to those who master it, for a newcomer the technology can be somewhat daunting. Particularly at this current time when the documentation isn't complete and the tools are only partially available...
  • Tim Sneath

    MIX: Will This Be The Next PDC?

    • 1 Comments
    Getting a new conference off the ground is hard. In contrast, marketing the PDC took comparatively little effort - as Steve Cellini , the event owner, joked the other day, "you could have just put one guy at the side of the road with a placard and the...
  • Tim Sneath

    Finally, Success with an Xbox 360

    • 0 Comments
    Like many others, I've been searching for an Xbox 360 Premium system since its Nov 22 launch date in the US. That night I went to the Best Buy in Bellevue at midnight just to check out the buzz at the main launch store. I had no expectation of getting...
  • Tim Sneath

    Microsoft's Photography Site

    • 0 Comments
    Photography is something of a hobby of mine. I'm not nearly as competent as even many of my colleagues (for example, Mike Swanson takes some fantastic macro photography ), but I gain great satisfaction from taking portrait photographs and candid, informal...
  • Tim Sneath

    What's New in "Cider" January CTP?

    • 0 Comments
    Although WPF itself is unchanged since the December CTP, the "Cider" Visual Studio integration in the new release shows the benefits of a full coding milestone. The main differences in this release include an improved grid experience and the ability to...
  • Tim Sneath

    Other Bits and Pieces Relating to WinFX Jan CTP

    • 3 Comments
    Having sent out a rapid-fire announcement of the Jan CTP, I wanted to provide a couple of snippets of additional detail covering this release. Firstly, this release of the WinFX Runtime Components marks another major milestone for us as we progress...
  • Tim Sneath

    WinFX Runtime Components January CTP Published!

    • 6 Comments
    The WinFX Runtime Components January CTP and Go-Live site have been published; they should all start becoming available within the hour! WinFX Runtime Components: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=61DD9CA7-1668-42E4-BD37-03716DD83E53&displaylang...
Page 1 of 1 (10 items)