Come learn how to integrate Microsoft Silverlight with existing AJAX applications, including using Silverlight to add powerful new functionality like true background processing and local storage. Also learn about new ASP.NET server controls that make it easy to add XAML and media content to web…
Learn what the new standards compliant engine in Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 means to you as a web designer, and how to utilize new layout functionality to create cross-browser-compatible layout designs. Lighting Up Your AJAX Applications with Silverlight Source (C#)Source (VB)
Learn how to build dynamic and interactive applications using the full capabilities of the Windows Live platform including APIs that enable streaming media, messaging, storage, presence, authentication, and more. Also learn how to use the Windows Live Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio to more easily…
Learn how to use the model-view-controller (MVC) pattern to take advantage of your favorite .NET Framework language for writing business logic in a way that is de-coupled from the views of the data. Source (C#)Source (VB)
Come hear from developers creating real-world applications and user-interface controls on top of the ADO.NET Data Services Framework (aka Project "Astoria"). Learn best practices for building RESTful applications and components. Source (C#)Source (VB)
Ever wanted to do capture a webcam data stream and save it to a WMV file?
The UberDemo blog over at the MSDN blogs shows you how to accomplish just this. They had to create a Cirque du Soleil demo for MIX '08 and shows the basics on how to do this. They do note this isn't a production quality…
Michael Scherotter just visited
CrystalTech a web hosting provider in Scottsdale, Arizona. President Bob Cichon took Michael on a tour of the data center.
At $2.95 per month for an ASP.Net 3.5 developer account Michael is also a customer of CrystalTech with his
Bruce Kyle of Microsoft and Stuart Celarier of
CheckFree explore the new languages features in C#. It's a whirlwind tour of the important language features since C# 1. Stuart describes the feature and why it is useful. But doesn't get into best practices nor suggested usages. Just the facts…