Monthly Archives: July 2007

WEBCAST FOLLOW UP: Introduction to Microsoft Silverlight for Developers

Thanks to everyone who attended.  Sorry about the audio difficulties.  Unfortunately, there isn’t much I can do once the webcast starts.  The deck is here.  The code is here.  You will need Microsoft Silverlight 1.1 Alpha Refresh, Visual Studio 2008 … Continue reading

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SCREENCAST: Adding Closed Captioning to video using Expression Media Encoder (EME) and Silverlight

Do you have a need to produce cross browser video with Closed Captioning that targets both Windows and the Mac?  If so, then check out my screencast which shows you how to do it here. 

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Silverlight 1.0 RC, 1.1 Alpha Refresh, and tools are available for download!

Details here.

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I was wrong :(

I’ve been doing quite a bit of LINQ & LINQ to SQL talks lately.  One of the things I have told people is that INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE operations are sent in batch using DataContext.SubmitChanges().  I found out in an internal discussion today that … Continue reading

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WEBCAST: What’s new in Visual Studio 2008 for Smart Client Developers?

UPDATE: I am aware that the registration link is broken.  I am working to get the proper link from the company who sets these up for me.  Sorry about the broken link. UPDATE2: The link has been updated and now works:). … Continue reading

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WEBCAST: Introduction to Microsoft Silverlight for Developers

Microsoft Silverlight is a technology for delivering rich, cross-platform interactive experiences for the Web and beyond. Silverlight will enable the creation of rich, visually stunning and interactive content and applications that run on multiple browsers and operating systems. In this … Continue reading

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Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 is available for download

Silverlight 1.0 RC will be soon!  More details here.

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