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December 26, 2007  11:01 AM

Tetris, Sudoku on Windows Mobile? It must be Boxing Day



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
Mobile applications

Having burned more AA batteries than I can count whilst playing Tetris for Game Boy, I would never withhold Tetris news from anyone. And is there is Sudoku news, too? Well, then, I'm a joyous child on Boxing Day.* Blogger Carlos Aguilar Mares has created versions of both Tetris and Sudoku that are...

December 14, 2007  11:56 AM

The biggest, baddest list of .NET user groups ever (on this site)



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
.NET Programming Languages, Architecture and the SDLC, Client applications, Database development and architecture, Web applications

The Shameless Plug Dept. would like to call your attention to SearchWinDevelopment.com's .NET User Groups Learning Guide. As you've noticed, we try to avoid promoting in the blog...


December 12, 2007  9:52 AM

Office 2007 SP1 released; includes SharePoint updates



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
General Microsoft news, SharePoint

Microsoft Office 2007 Service Pack 1 is now available. This includes updates to MOSS 2007 and WSS 3.0 so that they can support Windows Server 2008 and IIS 7. (Naturally, there are a few Hotfixes as well.) Joel Oleson, senior technical product manager for the SharePoint group, has put together a


November 30, 2007  11:33 AM

Expression Blend SP1 released; VS 2008 support included



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
.NET programming downloads, Silverlight, Windows Presentation Foundation

Microsoft Expression Blend is used to create the rich graphical interfaces that are the proverbial bread and butter of Windows Presentation Foundation and Silverlight applications. Blend targets application designers as opposed to developers, but, as Microsoft sees it, designers and developers...


November 24, 2007  6:56 PM

SearchWinDevelopment.com enters the blogosphere



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
.NET Programming Languages, Architecture and the SDLC, Client applications, Visual Studio and the .NET Framework, Web applications

One of the commitments we made in changing our name from SearchVB.com to SearchWinDevelopment.com was to bring important information to our readers faster. As we stated inĀ our...

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