Windows Home Server Power Pack 3 BETA is available and includes a number of Windows 7 integration features. I stopped by to see CJ Saretto and get the latest on this Power Pack, the features, and where Home Server is heading in the future (of course).
Some of the new features include: Win7…
At a recent offsite, we (Developer Evangelists and Architect Evangelists) were asked to present a technical topic that we are passionate about in 5 minutes. This is not an easy task. I thought I'd share a screencast of mine (not the actual one, but the
Sorry it's been so long without any blogging. Between my class at Stanford, finishing the second edition of my compression book, and a profoundly cool project that'll hopefully be announced soon, things have been beyond busy. But I've got a lot of topics in the queue I hope to get posted before IBC…
Jorgen Thelin, Senior Program Manager, looks after key identity services in Microsoft such as
Windows Live ID and the Microsoft Federation Gateway (MFG).
In today's interview
Jorgen describes the role of MFG, and touches on the many wonders it enables: using AD accounts to SSO (single sign on)…
This week, Jason Olson and Jonathan Carter review the week's top developer stories including:
- .NET Micro Framework Dare To Dream Different Winners
.NET Micro Framework v4.0 on ChipworkX module
- Oomph 2
LEGO Mindstorms Sudoku Solver
PHP Toolkit for ADO.NET Data…
Dan Wahlin has posted a tutorial on Cleaning Up the Disabled State of a Silverlight
Control using Expression Blend. He shows how simple it is to update a control's template when it doesn't match the look of your UI.
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We have posted the complete session schedule and abstracts for the
October p&p Summit, so this is a good time to remind everyone that the Early Bird Discount expires this coming Monday (August 31st). Hurry up and get your registrations and save $s.New this year are 15-minute “Lightning…
Chris Cavanagh always seems to pick interesting projects. This time he's created a new WPF Web Browser control that plays nice with the WPF layout
system and can be transformed.
Grab the source code or take a peek at his
3D Browser in the works.
Want to know what’s going on with the next version of Microsoft Office OneNote? I know I did. That’s why I was thrilled to find this informative article on David Rasmussen’s blog (by way of Jamie Thomson) which details how OneNote 2010 is going to change from the formidable note-taking app that it…
Nice! Steve Clayton recently pointed us to a new desktop radio player application called Echo from Thirteen23. The company, known for their beautifully-designed interfaces that make heavy use of WPF technology, is also the maker of the Netflix desktop client called Drama which we previously…