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    WPF Soup To Nuts: Multimedia

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    Wow! We're already at Part 14 of my 18 part webcast series in Windows Presentation Foundation . Today's webcast is all about Multimedia . I'll show you how you can add Audio, Video and even Speech to your applications in a very easy to use manner. The...
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    WPF Soup To Nuts: Animations

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    Today in my WPF Soup To Nuts webcast series, I will be talking about Animations . Animating graphics is one of the easiest, most compelling features that you can add to a visually important application. In the previous two sessions, we learned how to...
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    WPF Soup To Nuts: 3D Graphics Webcast

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    Today, in my WPF Soup To Nuts webcast, I get to introduce you to 3D Graphics . Graphics are a major feature of WPF and adding 3D elements to your application can literally make it stand out from the rest of the crowd. In Today's session, I will introduce...
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    WPF Soup To Nuts: 2D Graphics

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    Well, today, in my WPF Soup To Nuts webcast series , I will be discussing 2D Graphics . Specifically, we will take a look at Drawings, Shapes, Brushes and the various Effects yoou can apply to them. Each of these concepts is use throughout WPF when building...
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    IndyTechFest rocked!

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    This last Saturday, I got to speak over in Indianapolis at the IndyTechFest about ASP.NET Ajax Extensions and what's new in VB9. That event rocked! It was put on by IndyPass as well as the IndyDotNet user group. I have to say right out, the content was...
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    WPF Soup To Nuts Webcasts: Adding Pizzaz with Style!

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    Well, Today , we officially begin the fun stuff. ;-) Today , in my WPF Soup To Nuts webcast series , we're talking about Styles, Templates and Themes. Now, as you know, WPF is very powerful. Last week , we learned how powerful it can be connecting to...
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    Optical Illusions

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    So, I was reading the local news just a few minutes ago. I live in Cincinnati and there was, unfortunatly, a fatal car accident. As I was reading the article ( http://www.wlwt.com/news/14275310/detail.html?subid=10100221 ) I noticed the picture of...
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    WPF Soup To Nuts: Databinding Webcast

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    Here we are, at week 9 in my WPF Soup To Nuts Webcast Series. Today's topic is one that everyone wants to understand... Databinding . How does databinding work in WPF? How can I create a custom object to bind to? What kinds of things can I bind to? How...
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    WPF Soup To Nuts: Resources Webcast

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    Well, Today is Part 8 of my WPF Soup To Nuts webcast series . I'll be discussing the various types of resources a WPF based application can have. Specifically, we'll look at Content and Embedded binary resources. We'll then take a look at what I just...
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    DevCares in Detroit this Friday

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    Hey Folks, There's still time to sign up for my upcoming DevCares event in Detroit this Friday. I'll be discussing Windows Communication Foundation. You can sign up right here: http://www.devcares.com See you there! Bill
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    WPF Soup To Nuts: Deployment

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    Well, Today in my WPF Soup To Nuts webcast series, I will be talking about your various options of Deploying WPF Based applications . We'll talk about the standard MSI Installer and we'll take a good look at ClickOnce deployment for Windows Forms Style...
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    WPF Soup To Nuts: Panels

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    Wow... moving right along in this webcast series . This week, I'll be discussing Panels . Panels are used to position and arrange UI elements in WPF. There several types of panels, from StackPanels to WrapPanels, and we're going to cover 'em all! Also...
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    WPF Soup To Nuts: Hello World Webcast

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    Well... It's already Week 4 of my WPF Soup To Nuts webcast series. Today, we're going to play around a little with WPF and make a couple different style Hello, World applications. You can sign up for this webcast right here: http://msevents.microsoft...
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    "WPF Soup To Nuts: What is XAML?" AND "Longhorn Server: Windows Eventing Webcasts:

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    It's already the second week of my WPF Soup To Nuts webcast series. Today , I will be talking about XAML. We'll define it for you, show you simple examples of it and then show you how it is integrated with WPF. We'll talk about the components of what...
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    Is anyone going to Oshkosh?

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    I will be leaving Tomorrow morning for Oshkosh, Wisconsin... home of EAA's AirVenture - the worlds largest air show. Some of you know, I'm an avid pilot and plane builder . Well... in the Experimental Aircraft Business, AirVenture is THE place to be....
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    I'm Back! ;-) Check out what's coming soon to a webcast near you!

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    Well. It's been a little while since I've posted, so I wanted to let you all know what I've been up to. I'm currently building out the WPF Soup To Nuts webcast series. There will be 18 of them starting on Monday, August 6th at 9am PST. I will be doing...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: C# Application Deployment Options

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    Well. It's been a great ride, but, alas, it had to come to an end. Today's C# Soup To Nuts webcast is the last one of the series . Part 22: C# Application Deployment Options . In th end, you have to deploy your applications and in this session, I will...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: C# And Game Development

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    Well, we're already at Part 21 of our 22 Part Webcast Series on C#, called C# Soup To Nuts . Today , we get to learn about having fun by creating games. Yep... C# is easily powerful enough for game development. In fact, it's so powerful, you can write...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: C# and SQL Server 2005

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    Well, just three more to go in the C# Soup To Nuts webcast series . Today's webcast is on C# and SQL Server 2005 . We'll introduce you to SQL Server Express and show you how it integrates with Visual Web Developer Express and Visual C# Express. We'll...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: C# and Windows Presentation Foundation

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    Well... after a little break, I'm back with the C# Soup To Nuts webcast series. This time, with a new webcast about Windows Presentation Foundation . This will be a quick introduction to what WPF brings to the table for C# developers, preparing you for...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: Custom Controls

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    Two weeks ago, we looked at Custom Server Controls for ASP.NET in C#. Today, in this installment of C# Soup To Nuts , we're going to look at Custom Controls for Windows Forms Applications . We'll see how you can create a control, extend it with custom...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: C# and Windows Applications

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    Today is Part #17 , C# and Windows Applications of my C# Soup To Nuts webcast series. Join me in this webcast where I will teach you about building basic Windows Applications. The basic window class we use in C# is the Form. In this webcast, we will explore...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: Custom Web Controls

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    Well, we're at week 16 of my C# Soup To Nuts webcast series and we're heading into the final turns. This week , I'll be showing you how to build custom user controls and custom server controls. We'll learn about how to integrate them into the development...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: C# And The Web

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    Well... we're heading for the final turn in this C# Soup To Nuts webcast series. Today's session will introduce you to the web based capabilites of C#. We will examine a new tool, Microsoft Visual Web Developer Express , which will allows us to continue...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: Inheritance and Polymorphism

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    Today is Part 14 - Inheritance and Polymorhism of my C# Soup To Nuts webcast series begins at 9am PST Today. Today, I'll be covering a little of the Object Oriented features of C#. We'll start off by looking at the System.Object class and then move into...
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