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    Final .NET Show with Scott Guthrie and Jason Zander

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    Scott and I had the opportunity to do the final .NET show on Silverlight. The show is live now: I want to thank Robert for having us on his final show!
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    Visiting Microsoft India Campus

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    I've spent this week visiting the Microsoft Campus in Hyderabad, India . On Wednesday I had a chance to give a talk about the upcomming VS 2008 release and do an overview of Silverlight. The VS2008 overview can be found here . ScottGu did a great job...
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    Speaking at the Oklahoma City Code Camp

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    I will be doing the opening talk at the OKC Code Camp this Saturday. It looks like Raymond has a great agenda lined up with speakers talking about WPF, WCF, WF, Acropolis, and BizTalk. I'm going to talk a bit more about our .NET Framework roadmap, differences...
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    IronRuby Source Available for Download

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    John Lam and team have been working hard on getting IronRuby ready for public release, and today is the day! Today we are announcing two key things: Availability of the IronRuby source code Our plans to accept contributions to IronRuby libraries...
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    Code Sample: Is Your Process Using the Silverlight CLR?

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    In my previous post I described how multiple CLRs can now be run in the same process starting with Silverlight. In the sample video I had a small console application that could be used to track managed processes on the machine and which version(s) of...
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    Side by Side In Process CLRs Start with Silverlight

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    When we started working on managed code for Silverlight one scenario I wanted to see working was the ability to create a new browser or shell in managed code that could still browse to and execute rich web content. We spent (endless) time debating if...
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    Tip/Trick: Embedding ActiveX in WPF with WindowsFormsHost (Video Demo)

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    I was looking for instructions on how to embed ActiveX in a WPF application and didn’t find a ton of stuff out there. After getting my demo working, I decided to record it and post it here for anyone else trying to make this work. In my example, I created...
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    Silverlight Podcast on HanselMinutes

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    ScottGu and I did a podcast with Scott Hanselman at Mix on Silverlight. You can get the podcast from Scott's blog here . Scott also posted an update version of his .NET Framework diagram here . In the podcast we cover the origin of the Silverlight CLR...
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    Origin of the Silverlight CLR and .NET Framework

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    One of the common questions I’ve been asked at Mix is exactly where did the CLR / .NET Framework in Silverlight come from? We actually started building this version of the CLR right after we shipped V2.0 in October 2005. The approach was simple: figure...
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    Announcing .NET Framework Support for Silverlight!

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    This morning at Mix’07 in Las Vegas we announced something we have been working on since we shipped V2.0 of the .NET Framework in 2005: .NET support for Silverlight. I want to congratulate the team for all the hard work that has gone into getting to this...
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    .NET Framework 3.5 Beta 1 redist released

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    Last week you saw Soma's announcement about Visual Studio "Orcas" Beta 1 shipping. I'm pleased to announce that we have made the stand alone redist of the .NET Framework 3.5 Beta 1 available on MSDN for immediate download here . This redist is the same...
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    Origin of "FrankenBuild"

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    One thing I realized (too late) is that I need to be more careful about picking funny terms to describe things. In early 2004 we had made a new build of the CLR 2.0 we were checking into Windows that did not (yet) have a Visual Studio 2005 that worked...
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    Tip/trick: finding errors with mda's

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    Most errors you run into when using the .NET Framework throw an exception making it easy to figure out what is going on. However there has always been a class of bugs that are very hard to diagnose. My favorite example is getting a P/Invoke declaration...
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    Visiting Chicago

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    I've been, umm, a little remiss in keeping my blog up to date. The good news is I've been heads down on a new project we'll be talking a great deal about at Mix (hope to see you there). I will be traveling to Chicago next week to speak at the .NET User...
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    Headed to BASTA! 2006

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    I will be speaking at the 10th anniversary Basta ! conference this week on the .NET Framework 3.0 (in particular the presentation foundations with several demos). If you are going to the conference, I look forward to meeting you!
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    IronPython V1.0 Released!

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    Congratulations to the IronPython team for releasing their final version of V1.0 for production use. The project, including all the source code, can be downloaded here . Jim has more background here .
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    .NET Framework 3.0 RC ready for download

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    NETFX 3.0 just went live on the web today, you can download it here . NETFX 3.0 contains Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Workflow, and Windows Cardspace. You can find out more information about...
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    Bringing .NET to the XBox with XNA Game Studio Express

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    When I was 11, I was introduced to my first computer (an Apple II) in school and had started to write programs for it. I was so proud the day I re-invented the bubble sort on my own and showed it to my parents (who really had no clue whatsoever why that...
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    Channel 9 video on .NET FX 3.0

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    The Channel 9 gang has just posted a video I did with Duncan on the .NET FX 3.0. Hopefully the video will help clear up many of the questions we have seen. Keep your questions/feedback coming!
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    .NET Framework 3.0 Install White Paper

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    Annie Wang (PM on our setup team) has written a detailed white paper that just got posted on MSDN. This paper outlines how to detect which version of the .NET FX you have on your machine both through the registry and browser caps (depending on your application...
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    More on .NET Framework 3.0 Naming...

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    Wow, it is great to see the level of passion around the .NET Framework ! I wanted to add some additional comments to the discussion to continue to clarify some things. One thing that is clear to me in reading through the comments is that many have...
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    WinFX 3.0 Renamed .NET Framework 3.0

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    Soma announced today that WinFX is being renamed to .NET Framework 3.0 to help out with developer confusion. There are a set of common questions that have been asked in the post: 1. What version of the compilers are being used? .NET FX 3.0 is built...
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    Red Bits and Compatibility

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    Doesn't Side by Side Cure All? Soma posted in his blog how we plan to produce an updated version of the .NET Framework that maintains compatibility. This particular subject always draws a lot of passionate opinions. I've heard the opinions from the...
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    .NET running on XBox 360

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    Mike's blog has some great screen shots of some C# apps running on the XBox. I had a chance to play with some of the games on a dev kit last week. Very cool! I can't wait to get my hands on it...
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    ROTOR (SSCLI) 2.0 Ships!

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    I'm happy to announce today that ROTOR 2.0 has released to the web. You can download the release here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/net/sscli ROTOR contains most of the CLR and base class libraries found in our commerical product. It is released under...
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