This took me a few days to get around to, but Adam Cooper sent me a link to his utility class for supporting the scroll wheel in ScrollViewers the other day. I am very impressed by it so far and wanted to share it with all my Silverlight 2 readers!
Only a week left until the New York/New Jersey Metro Area Silverlight Tour stop. If you are interested in our three-day workshop, make sure you register. For this tour stop, we've limited it to eighteen participants.
I just got back from the Silverlight 2 Firestarter in New York City. I had a great time. We have a good turn-out and great discussions about the technology. The Microsoft guys that set this up were just great, especially Peter Laudati who organized the whole thing and made my short trip up there really simple and fun.
It seems that because of some internal NHibernate changes that are required to make NHibernate LINQ work really well, the current version of NHibernate LINQ will not be supported. Evidently there are a number of complex queries that do not work correctly under the current codebase. Its been announced that these changes will be made in the NHibernate 2.1 (which is in development). Follow the link to read the full details!
Much has been made in the blogosphere about the recent announcement that the NBC/NFL deal. NBC announced recently that they would be showing their live NFL games over the web via Flash versus Silverlight. I've heard a lot of hyperbole on both sides about why this happened. I am deferring to something who I think actually doesn't have a horse in this race, an online video business analyst:
I've uploaded a new version of my code from my Silverlight 2/Data Services MSDN Article. I took the new Silverlight 2 Data Services client that was released and updated the code example. If you want to get the code, you can download it from my site here:
I'd like to introduce you to the Silverlight Tour's newest instructor. Erik Mork (of The Sparkling Client Podcast fame) has agreed to become an instructor for the Silverlight Tour. We are ecstatic about having him on board to help teach our U.S. classes. He brings his substantial Silverlight experience to our three-day workshop.
As the end of the year is creeping up on us, we are proud to announce our Winter/Spring schedule for the Silverlight Tour. If you are working on next year's training budgets, don't forget to include us now that we have next our Winter/Spring schedule set. Here are the new dates and cities:
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