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Congratulations @t_burger you win today's ThinkGeek $100 Gift Certificate! I will be in touch with your winner's information shortly. As for the rest of you, I'll be giving away one or more $100 gift certificates from ThinkGeek every day. See my post here for details:
My good friend Hanu Kommalapati has started a series on Silverlight in the enterprise. Check it out here:
If you went to an MSDN Event this quarter and were pissed that the resources weren't readily available then this is your lucky day: THE RESOURCES ARE UP!!!!!
Get 'em while they're hot! http://msdnevents.com/resources/2007-fall-resources.aspx
Gartner doesn’t allow us to show the famed Magic Quadrant in posts like this but, if you are into these kinds of things, definitely check out how much butt we kicked in this article from them:
Like Live Mesh? Want to take it on the road? Then try Live Mesh Mobile!!! Hell ya, we got you covered!
Just a short post to let folks know the comments appear to be fixed. Please let me know if you are unable to comment on a post by shooting me an email:
Also, just wanted to give a shoutout to everyone and say thanks for making the VS2010 Tips and Tricks a great success. I can feeeeeeeeel the love in the air :)
So, it looked like #1 and 2 of my 10-part webcast series went AWOL. Thanks to Emily G in Redmond for finding them again and hooking me up with the URL's to get them fixed. If you haven't seen them then you need to check them out they are one of my favorite subjects and the webcasts dont suck I swear :)
This is just stuff that popped into my head this morning:
Alabama 3: Exile on Coldharbour Lane
Woke Up This Morning (not the crappy Soprano's version that almost ruined this song for me)
Mao Tse Tung Said
Speed of the Sound of Loneliness
From the press release:
REDMOND, Washington, October 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Microsoft Corp. today announced the availability of Silverlight 2, one of the industry's most comprehensive and powerful solutions for the creation and delivery of applications and media experiences through a Web browser. Silverlight 2 delivers a wide range of new features and tools that enable designers and developers to better collaborate while creating more accessible, more discoverable and more secure user experiences.
You can get the love on Oct. 14th at http://silverlight.net
Now here is something interesting:
An Open Source, feature-rich and professional RIA application development environment for Microsoft Silverlight in Eclipse.
And if you want more marketing and press stuff you can always go here:
Bottom line: Silverlight 2 kicks ass so go check it out!!! :)
Great little article by Boyd Evert on query hints. Feel the love :)