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This Week C9: NFL goes Silverlight, VS 2010 features, new freebies

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This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan cover the top developer news including:

- NFL debuts Silverlight streaming of football games
- CodePlex adds Editor role, Work Item Notifications and recommended downloads
- Soma - Doloto, a tool to decrease the initial download size of AJAX applications (46% average savings for popular sites) 
Expression Web SuperPreview for Internet Explorer (Firefox requires full Expression Web)
- David Hayden - xUnit 1.5 released - 64-bit, MVC 1, MVC 2 Preview 1
- Larry Larsen - Build your own 3D video for $350
- Brian Keller - Zoom-in/Zoom-out with Visual Studio Editor
- 10-4 Show - Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) Preview 7, MEF now includes Silverlight support (CodePlex)
- Scott Guthrie - ASP.NET, HTML, and JavaScript snippets in Visual Studio 2010
- Free Visual Studio Extensibility Summit
- Martin Woodward *EDIT the cost was incorrectly discussed as free, the real cost is $10/user/month*,  Hosted TFS for $10/user/month if you're in BizSpark
- DZone ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Ref Card
- Coding4Fun - Giovanni Montrone (aka Brian Peek's friend) - Silverlight 3 File Transfer Application

Picks of the week:
 - Brian's pick: Telerik release free TFS Work Item Manager & Project Dashboard, via Joel Semeniuk
 - Dan's pick: Dust: An Elysian Tail wins the Dream.Build.Play XNA Competition, watch the trailer for the winning game or trailers for other entries 

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  • Tomasz Wisniewskiwisnia Tomasz Wisniewski

    Good to know that VS 2010 B2 will have the keyboard shortcut for the zooming feature. Once I was looking for it everywhere and couldn’t find but now I know I just wasn’t here Big Smile

  • Guys. You need to update the site. The TFS offer is $10.00 USD per user per month if you are in BizSpark. We offer no free TFS hosting.





  • Dan FernandezDan

    Hey Paul, apologies for this, we read Martin's post incorrectly, this was our fault and we've updated the description.


    Apologies again,


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  • Dorian MuthigDodo I'm your creativity creator™ :)

    Hey, can you stop letterboxing the WMV videos? Those black borders are annoying and I don't know of any devices that have problems with widescreen WMV9 playback.

  • BasBas It finds lightbulbs.

    How do I go about figuring out why I can't download any C9 videos anymore? It only works on my Windows 7 machine, not on my (Vista) notebook in the same network where it worked just fine only a few weeks ago.

  • Dan FernandezDan

    Interesting stuff, I'll look into it Smiley

  • Christian Liensbergerlittleguru <3 Seattle

    Loved it! Smiley The Dream.Build.Play games look all nice! Sweet competition.

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  • Dan FernandezDan

    Hey Bas,


    Just thinking out loud here, maybe we make this into a "debug your network" piece? If your'e interested, let's setup an hour this week that works for both of our time zones and figure it out Smiley

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