Widgets September, 2007 - Brad Abrams - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

Brad Abrams

Design Guidelines, Managed code and the .NET Framework

September, 2007

  • Brad Abrams

    Hyperlink your source code

    I just noticed that Vance Morrison posted the source code to his latest project ( Hyperaddin for Visual Studio) on CodePlex. I have long thought that source code comments were not enough to explain what is really going on... often you need to refer the...
  • Brad Abrams

    ASP.NET AJAX on your IPhone...

    Matt posts a bit about an update to ASP.NET AJAX to work with a recent update to the IPhone... Update for the iPhone Update .... As Matt says, we are working on rolling this into the next update to ASP.NET AJAX... so i'd only suggest picking this up if...
  • Brad Abrams

    Microsoft Passes the OpenAjax InteropFest Test

    Recently Bertrand posted OpenAjax InteropFest 1.0: Microsoft's entry . The OpenAjax's InteropFest 's goal is to demonstrate how different Ajax libraries can be parts of the OpenAjax ecosystem and interact with each other through the OpenAjax hub . Read...
  • Brad Abrams

    I have a theory... help me prove it!

    I have a theory that you can't build amazingly great products if you don't deeply know the customer. An d the best way to get the visceral and lasting impression is to physically go see the customer work in their own environment. This where I need your...
  • Brad Abrams

    Heading to ReMix Boston

    I am super excited to be headed to Boston in a couple of weeks for ReMix Boston... I have heard from many folks that wish that could have made it to Vegas, but could not... In addition, I know that folks are hungry to see what is new in the web world...
  • Brad Abrams

    Microsoft @ AJAXWorld

    While I am bummed that I am not able to go to AJAXWorld this time, I am super excited about some of the great stuff I see going on there. Joe Stagner is going to give a killer keynote on "AJAX in the balance". Joe totally gets open source, standards and...
  • Brad Abrams

    Phil Haack joins the ranks!

    I am very excited that Phil Haack is joining the ASP.NET product team... He will bring a wealth of industry experience, community connections and energy to the team. We lured him in with promises of endless sunny days in Seattle and a chance to be the...
Page 1 of 1 (7 items)