Two weeks left before the Silverilght Tour hits Washington, DC for Silverlight 2 and 3! If you want to be ready for the next version of Silverlight, this is the place to be.
As I wrote and subsequently taught the Silverlight Tour workshop, I've had a number of discussions with students, clients and the community-at-large about how to architect Silverlight applications.
If you haven't been following the new Specification for the M Language that the Oslo team has been cooking up, they have been making changes in response to feedback about the language. These changes will come to light in the next CTP. These changes are;
I've recently moved to Windows 7 RC and I couldn't be happier. Its a great OS...but there is one annoying side effect. The new IE8 auto recovery mode kills the session if the website becomes unresponsive. Cool if you're on a dead site, but remarkable bad if you're trying to debug code.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Richard and Carl about Silverlight 3 a couple of weeks ago and now the show is finally up! We talk about all the goodness (and some of the controversy) of Silverlight 3 as well as some fun.
I had a great time at the SQL Saturday in Atlanta today. I did two talks: Using MSchema and ADO.NET Data Services for DBAs. If you were there, thanks for attending. If you wanted to grab the code and slides, follow the link above!
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