Mike Taulty recently uploaded and amazing collection of Silverlight 2.0 screencasts on how Silverlight works, controls, File IO, networking, UI design, data-binding,
interacting with HTML pages, and more. If you want to learn about Silverlight, this set of screencasts should definitely...
Daniel goes through the four key reasons why BSODs happen, how Windows allocates memory and how developers need to be careful when setting kernel mode memory. Daniel then goes through a real-world example of a faulty device driver and how to debug and
diagnose issues. Daniel also shows how to read...
Microsoft recently released four free chapters from ASP.NET 3.5 for Dummies on the Beginner Developer Learning Center. The chapters include user input, LINQ, LINQ for data, and using the AJAX Control Toolkit.
Live Mesh is built around a relationship directory to let the machines in your mesh communicate with one another on your behalf. Any two devices can use the directory and the mesh communication services to set up an encrypted channel for sharing data
John Udell recently published a great podcast with Curtis Wong, manager of Next Media Research for Microsoft, and Roy Gould, a science educator with the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics on the inception of the WorldWide Telescope project.
Mike Swanson and team have updated MicrosoftPDC.com to include a brand new set of PDC sessions. The new sessions cover a variety of topics including: The Future of Visual Basic, The Future of C#, Visual C++: 10
is the New 6, Project "Velocity", Architecture with VSTS Rosario,...