Flashback: Last night Karsten Januszewski tipped us off to a really cool new WPF version of their instant messenger application from Yahoo! Jeff and I dropped by today to check it out. This is a good example of how WPF is going to change the applications that we use every day. In this demo, we can…
Part 1 of Chip Lemmon's session, Developing with the Virtual Earth SDK.
Whoever said, "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas?" Due to the SOLD OUT status of MIX07 Las Vegas this past May, Microsoft is serving up ReMIX07 with a twist, right here on the east coast!
In this article, I'm going to cover a few ways to harness the power of Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005, and a free foosball table to create the ultimate break room accessory.
Kevin Marshall, Clarity Consulting Inc.
Greg Dolley has done something amazing.
Greg ported id software's video game, Quake 3, to .Net.
I'm going to take a quote from his website regarding the port
Before I begin explaining the port, I'd like to clarify one thing. Someone emailed me last week regarding this port and judging from…
Summary: In the second installment of the "Some Assembly Required" column, Scott Hanselman explains how to use Visual 2005 Express Edition and the .NET Framework 2.0 to retrieve weather information not only from a Web Service, but also from
a local "Phidget"…
Rick Claus talks with Michael Niehaus, Senior Program Manager, about the new release of the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2012. In this interview you'll learn about: [02:08] Updates in MDT 2012 since the 2010 version [03:36] How injection of drivers works with MDT 2012 and why we designed it…
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Welcome to the new TechNet Edge show! In this "episode 0" we let you know what to expect with the show as well as introduce you to Joey Snow, Symon Perriman, and David Tesar who will be one of your hosts for each weekly episode. In the first ~3-4 minutes will focus on new relevant IT Pro…
Charlie Kindle's walkthrough and demonstration of the latest and greatest for Windows Phone 7. Charlie's Bio: Charlie Kindel joined Microsoft in 1990 and has helped ship numerous technologies and products to developer, IT professional, and consumer customers. In the 1990s and early 2000s he…