• Tim Sneath

    Watch Jackass 2.5 - Free and Exclusive on Silverlight!

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    Although we're all too proud to admit it, I doubt there's anyone reading this who doesn't love to while away the odd bit of free time perusing sites like YouTube and break.com for funny videos of stupid people doing dangerous things. However, there are...
  • Tim Sneath

    Silverlight Christmas Cards

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    Around the world, people are preparing to gather together to celebrate the holiday season, to give and receive gifts and to sing carols. This year sees the start of a new tradition that our children and our grandchildren will preserve and pass on: the...
  • Tim Sneath

    Great WPF Applications #16: Yahoo! Messenger for Windows Vista

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    It's time for me to reboot this series that showcases great applications built on WPF. I left it on hiatus for some months because I felt that the point had been well made, but it's probably time to pick it up again, not least because there's a swathe...
  • Tim Sneath

    Great WPF Applications #17: HP Interactive Canvas

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    Kapow! Shazam! Zing! Mary Jo Foley from ZDNet drove in hard with a right hook last week , referencing my recently-returned-from-hiatus series of great WPF applications and asking why Windows Vista didn't have more killer applications. As one of her correspondents...
  • Tim Sneath

    The New Iteration: A Whitepaper on the XAML Revolution

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    Whenever we run a WPF or Silverlight training event or lab, the one question that is guaranteed to come up relates to the designer / developer workflow on a project team. In the old days of Win32 or Windows Forms, the workflow was straightforward (albeit...
  • Tim Sneath

    Why Can't I "Go Live" with Silverlight 1.1 Alpha?

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    I just wanted to clarify something that is hopefully already pretty well understood. As folk know, we released an alpha of Silverlight 1.1 at MIX, and there are lots of people who would love to use it even in its current form. It's great to see the excitement...
  • Tim Sneath

    WPF and Silverlight Contest Season Is Here!

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    The snow has arrived (here in Redmond, at least), and people are starting to wind down for the holidays. No doubt you're dreading the arrival of Aunt Mabel for an extended stay and are planning an opportunity to escape to a remote hideaway cave and finally...
  • Tim Sneath

    Share Your Christmas Wishlist / Hatelist with Silverlight

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    Here's a cool little Silverlight 1.0 application that our team (specifically Adam ) assisted with over the last week. In the run-up to Christmas, I'm sure a lot of us are told that we're "hard to buy for". Wouldn't it be nice if there was some...
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