In this episode Vijay Gajjala, Sr. Program Manager on the Federated Identity team, discusses some of the core challenges around building the
Geneva Server and describes the key investments the team made in the Beta 1 release. These investments include implementation of the WS-Federation, WS-Trust…
Doug Thomas, our resident host of Office Casual is going to give you tips on how to get your resume noticed. But we aren't talking fonts or sizes. No my friend Doug takes this one step further and talks about keywords and S.E.O (search engine optimization).
We welcome back Tim Aidlin to the show so he can share with us some details and information on a tool he and Karsten Januszewski have been working on. It provides an interactive way for designers (and developers) to add amazing animations and effects to
their web pages.
Glimmer has just been…
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I am sure many of you are regular readers of
MSDN Magazine. We are happy to announce the launch of a new "patterns & practices" column starting with the May 2009 issue. Alex Homer from the p&p team authors the first installment: You Can Depend On Patterns and
Universital Inc of Jacksonville, Florida, has released an innovative mail notification application for Windows Mobile.
During the JAX CodeCamp (and incidentally, Hurricane Fay) devfish sat down to talk with lead developer Wayne Sepege about his project.
The MIX Online team has released a new prototype tool from their lab called
Glimmer, which should prove very helpful for web developers/designers wanting to easily incorporate jQuery in their web applications thanks to a simple and powerful UI-based composer."Glimmer is a WPF-based Windows…
This was one of my most enjoyable talks with the team that brings you
Live.com. This time, we dove into the User Experience and User Interface—topics I am personally intrigued by.
Have you ever wondered how we make our decisions? What we do to optimize speed and efficiency? Who do we test…
Kirk Evans demonstrates how to create a list instance, custom field type, custom content type, and lists based off those assets. We will prepopulate lists with data, and use a feature
receiver to delete lists programmatically. This screencast walks through many of the capabilities of Visual…
In this session,
Kirk Evans will demonstrate how to call SharePoint's web services from a Silverlight client. We will use SharePoint's Lists web service, and will show how to use databinding in Silverlight to display results from a SharePoint list. We will also see how
to get around cross…
SharePoint developers will likely use a variety of tools to build solutions. In this screencast, Kirk Evans demonstrates how to use Expression Blend 2 to create a Silverlight application
from scratch, and how to extend its functionality using Visual Studio 2008. We won't be looking specifically…