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January 29, 2008  11:03 AM

Lang.NET shows Iron Python with Robotics Studio, JScript on DLR



Posted by: YuvalShavit
ASP.NET, C#, Dynamic Languages, Silverlight

Microsoft's Lang.NET Symposium 2008 got up and running yesterday. C# father Anders Hejlsberg talked about C# 3.0 features, IronPython guru Hugunin discussed the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) and IronPython, and Pratap Lakshman from the...

January 25, 2008  1:56 PM

.NET reference posters: Great things come in large packages



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
.NET Programming Languages, SharePoint, Silverlight, Visual Studio and the .NET Framework

Posters make good conference swag, but they don't always fit into the suitcase. Fortunately, many of Microsoft's greatest hits -- .NET Framework namespaces, Visual Studio 2008 and 2005 keyboard shortcuts, Silverlight 2.0 Developer References and so on -- are available for download on MSDN. Chris...


January 17, 2008  9:52 AM

Ajax applications, not their developers, should scream and shout



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
Ajax

Ajax is cool, but the programming paradigm may be a bit overwhelming, particularly for those new to JavaScript, Web development or, gulp, both. Fortunately, Ajax remains relevant as it approaches its third birthday (hereby granting it AARP membership in the world of Web technologies), which means...


January 14, 2008  11:09 AM

Beefing up the .NET Developments blog roll



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

One of the things we've been meaning to do for quite some time now is beef up our blog roll. We started by featuring four blogs -- WPF Reflections, Custom Application...

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January 7, 2008  11:38 AM

Silverlight to power NBC’s Summer Olympics Web site



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
Silverlight

On the face of it, Silverlight and sports Web sites complement each other nicely. In fact, Silverlight is a part of both MLB.com and NBA.com, the respective sites for North America's major...


December 21, 2007  12:06 PM

How does ASP.NET Ajax rate among Ajax frameworks?



Posted by: YuvalShavit
Ajax, ASP.NET

There's Ajax and there's Ajax. There is Ajax in the Java world where it's


December 19, 2007  9:52 AM

Jackass 2.5, first Web-only studio film, powered by Silverlight



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
Silverlight

Just in time for good tidings of comfort and joy, Jackass 2.5 has hit the browser. Aficionados of Steve-O, Johnny Knoxville and their whimsical shenanigans can take in the third installment of this cinematic wonder that is Jackass free on Blockbuster.com from today (Dec. 19) until Dec....


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 11, 2007  1:39 PM

ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions — Silverlight, Astoria, the MVC, oh my!



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
ASP.NET, Database development and architecture

Microsoft is taking this season of giving thing pretty seriously. First there was Visual Studio 2008 and

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December 10, 2007  9:37 AM

Silverlight 2.0 and the Carbon Calculator



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
Silverlight

Silverlight 2.0 may only be in alpha, but that didn't stop Applied Information Sciences from using it to build the Carbon Calculator, an application that the group Conservation International rolled out for this year's Live Earth event. Pete Brown, lead architect and project manager at AIS,...


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