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March, 2006

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    Mix06: The Atlas Dice Demo

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    Mix06: The Atlas Dice Demo Rick and I had a lot of fun giving our talk Designing a Better User Experience with AJAX and "Atlas at Mix06. I have already had a bunch of folks as me for the code. So here it is! Keep in mind I am not suggesting it is...
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    JavaScript debugging in VS2005

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    At my Mix talk one of the things I got asked about was the development experience for writing Javascript. While we are doing some great stuff in Orcas to make that better, it is actually surprisingly good with VS2005 and Atlas... if you just know where...
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    WinForms, WPF and Working for Microsoft

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    I had an interview candidate ask me recently what I loved most about working for Microsoft. Oddly enough the answer is you! I love the amazing community of developers Microsoft is fortunate enough to have. I love it that you let us know when things aren...
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    Source code for CLR\BCL 2.0

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    Great news... Rotor V2.0 ships ... I have found Rotor a great way to look at (mostly) the real source code from the CLR and BCL to see what is really going on under the covers.
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    All those .NET Languages...

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    Someone recently forwarded me a couple of sites that are keeping up with all those .NET languages... Wow.. Does anyone know all of these ;-) www.dotnetlanguages.net http://www.dotnetpowered.com/languages.aspx
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    New CLR 2.0 book

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    I just saw that Jeff Richter’s CLR via C# is in stock on Amazon. This is an update to his very popular Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming and it covers a bunch of new goodies in CLR 2.0... I gotta say I love the title change... CLR via...
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    Windows Vista and Windows Forms

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    Folks on the Windows Forms team are working hard to make sure Windows Forms applications look great on Vista, but we can always use your help in the real world apps you are using. I know many of you MSDN subscribers have picked up the Vista CTPs and tried...
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    Dr. Dobbs on the Framework Design Guidelines

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    Dr. Dobbs Bookshelf reviews the Framework Design Guidelines in the current issues . I appreciate the fact that Peter notes that the book is good for people learning the.NET Framework as well as those designing their own libraries. While we did specifically...
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    16th Annual Jolt Awards -- Framework Design Guidelines and .NET Framework 2.0

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    I feel great about the recent Jolt awards ... The two most close to home for me are: The Framework Design Guidelines book taking a Jolt Productivity award .. It is great to be recognized and to know that the book is meeting its goals: Help developers...
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    Atlas talks at Mix06

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    If you are headed to Mix06 you will not want to miss the sessions on Atlas ... Oh, and BTW, even if you are not going we are going to make a ton of this content available on atlas.asp.net and a few weeks after the show the sessions videos will be available...
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    Atlas accordion control

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    Bertrand (dev on the atlas team) is beginning a series explaining how to build the cooler parts of my mix demo . He starts with the accordion control BTW, full source for the demo can be found here , Soon Bertrand will post on the details of the...
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    PM Tip #72 Instant feedback...

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    Update: See the full list of PM Tips . One thing I love about blogs is the instant feedback aspects. While certainly comments on a blog are far from scientific you can get some great anecdotal responses that can help you see problems in a new way...
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    Wally got me at Mix....

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    for an interview that is... I was honored to sit down with Wally McClure (of Beginning Ajax with ASP.NET fame) at Mix for an ASP.NET Podcast . A few topics we talked about: A little about my history at Microsoft... A few nuggets from the history...
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    Webcast on Atlas...

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    I just noticed that Jonathan Hawkins posted a great new webcast covering the basics of Atlas ... You will get benefit from this webcast whether you are a longtime ASP.NET head wanting to easily leverage the power of Web 2.0 with the Atlas server side...
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    Build your own map Mashup: step by step example

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    I just saw JHawk did a great post on using Atlas and Live Local to build a great Map mashup... This post includes a great step-by-step tutorial on how to do it. Building a Mashup of National Parks using the Atlas Virtual Earth Map control ... Seems...
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