blatzcoder wrote:Why don't you put these photos on your blog instead?
At least he's stopped the somewhat amusingly blatent name dropping these days
I think it's great to see some Mix photos here. Especially when they have such interesting subjects
I'm sat in the audience at Mix at the moment. Scott Guthrie is on stage showing some great Atlas stuff.
That's great Dave. Now he'll post even more photos. Isn't that what Flickr is for?
Nobody's making you read this thread. If you don't want to see the photo's just ignore the thread.
Leave it to Micro$oft to jump on the AJAX bandwagon. Even though it is a bunch of inconsistent, PRE-EXISTING technologies that have been around for years.
Given that Microsoft "invented" it years ago for Outlook Web Access and it's only in the last year that everyone else has jumped on the bandwagon and copied it your remark comes across as pretty stupid!
The term AJAX first emerged over a year ago. The key to AJAX is XMLhttp which Microsoft introduced support for in IE5.0. With Outlook Web Access being the first application to really take advantage of it. it's great that the other browsers followed to implement
it as well. Now in IE7 we have introduced native support for it as well so you no longer need to instantiate an ActiveX control.
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