"Greg Duncan View"... My 15 milliseconds of fame... LOL
And you guys don't give yourselves enough credit on getting all the MIX sessions online so quickly or how cool the new events site is. That aggregation of MS Dev events is awesome. Can't wait to see how far you take this.
(Because no good deed goes unpunished..
I'd love to see cross event searching, OData support, custom cross event filtering/feed options added to the event site... Think a custom search/feed across all events for Azure, or where The Gu speaks, or is a 100 level session... etc, etc.. So as new sessions from any future event that matches your search comes online, your feed catcher auto-magically picks it up.
Still the new Events site is great as is and a huge leap forward.
@Rodrigo: The tasks are saved external to the app in a XML file. You can grab the XML file from the Task.Show in its AppData folder (where that lives depends on your OS) or you can grab the code and tweak where the XML file is saved (like in the above example where I change it from the AppData to the MyDocuments folder...)
Will there be a RSS or OData feed for the Events? I see there's an event level feed (i.e. a Feed just for MIX06 or 07 or 08, etc) but will there be a higher level? One that aggregates all the events as they are added?
An OData feed for all the events would be awesome. Would let us, the community, develop custom viewers, event content explorers, etc, etc...
Still, this is an AWESOME first step in bringing all the very cool conference stuff into one place. Thank you guys for making this happen...
For the blog we're trying something a little different. There's just no way anyone can write up the level of Coding4Fun content seen in the Articles/Projects three times a week, so we're leveraging the stuff found "out there," highlighting cool and fun stuff we find.
But I hear you... When I'm writing up the next set of posts I'll try to include more code.
Now since we're still going to be highlighting the work of others in the three times a week blog posts, we can't leach all their code and we'll still need to send readers to the original posts for the meat of their content, but I'll try to focus on, and include more of, code, code and then some code.