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Joel Bennett

MSDN's New Look - A Preview - 3 views

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    Explore this Preview of the Visual Basic Developer Center to get an an early look at the new experience coming to MSDN... How do you like the new user experience? We want to hear from you. Post your questions, concerns, feedback, ideas or compliments on the MSDN Feedback Forum.
Joel Bennett

What's New in DekiScript for MindTouch Core/2009 "Lyons" (9.02) - MindTouch Community P... - 0 views

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    Among the many new features in MindTouch Deki "Lyons" are also some important improvements to DekiScript, the built-in end-user scripting language for creating dynamic content, mashups, and collaborative applications...
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    DekiScript is really very, very good.
Joel Bennett

WCF Socket-Based bi-directional communication (C9 forum) - 0 views

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    A conversation on the Channel 9 Forums about doing bidi in WCF, with a couple of good links in it. ;)
Joel Bennett

WPF 3.5 SP1 Graphics with David Teitlebaum - 0 views

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    Some slick demos of the new features and hardware accellerated animations in WPF 3.5 SP1 ...
Joel Bennett

TFS (VS 2008 and .NET 3.5 SP1) ... Beta - bharry's blog - 0 views

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    A Preview of what's new in Team Foundation Server 2008 with SP1 ... this SP1 thing is shaping up to be a major release...
Joel Bennett

WPF 3 (aka VS 2008 and .NET 3.5 SP1) ... Beta - Tim Sneath - 0 views

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    The WPF team is particularly excited about .Net 3.5 SP1, calling it the Third Major Release of Windows Presentation Foundation ...
Joel Bennett

VS 2008 and .NET 3.5 SP1 ... Beta - ScottGu's Blog - 0 views

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    Lots of information about what's in the first Beta of SP1 for VS 2008 and .NET 3.5, and what *will* be in, down the road, with extra focus on ASP.Net
Joel Bennett

Live Mesh : Live Mesh as a Platform - 0 views

  • The mesh is the foundation for a model where customers will ultimately license applications to their mesh, as opposed to an instantiation of Windows, Mac or a mobile account or a web site.
  • applications will be seamlessly installed and run from their mesh
  • one instantiation of a mesh object is as a local (shared, aka Live) folder on a PC. This same mesh object might be instantiated as a slideshow on a web site, and as preview and upload UX on a mobile device with a built-in camera.
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  • A mesh object could also represent a range of cells in Excel
  • Live Mesh provides the building blocks to support the notion of groups, or communities (member lists) of people associated with a mesh object
  • The ability to open a mutually authenticated raw communications channel, to any device in a group, regardless of current location or network topology. This channel always works, by way of cloud relay if necessary, but will automatically and transparently take the cheapest and fastest possible network path.
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    Illuminating insight into the future possibilities of writing apps based on Live Mesh
Dave Cowens

Software development magazine: UML, Agile, programming, testing, project management, jobs - 0 views

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    Free magazine providing practical knowledge for the software developer, tester and project manager
Joel Bennett

Hidden spam epidemic among outdated WordPress blogs - heise online UK - 0 views

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    Is it time to consider measures (in software like WordPress) like implementing automatic blog-disabling for sites which don't upgrade in a timely manner?
Joel Bennett

Microsoft Watch - Web Services & Browser - Internet Explorer: A Browser Breaks - 0 views

  • Enterprise IE adoption dropped from 88.7 percent to 78.7 percent in 2007 with gains mainly going to Firefox, according to a new report
  • Firefox's overall enterprise adoption nearly doubled, to 18 percent, in 2007. IE 7's share climbed from about 10 percent to near 30 percent during the same time frame.
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      So Firefox doubles, and IE7 triples, and somehow this is a bad thing for IE? I'm confused.
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    IE6 is at 70% in enterprises, and IE7 at 30% ... and yet, according to Microsoft Watch, Firefox is at 18% and Safari at 2.4% How can this be?
Joel Bennett

Windows: A Monopoly Shakes - Microsoft Watch - Operating Systems - 0 views

  • Windows' enterprise adoption declined 3.7 percent, going from 98.6 percent in January to 94.9 percent in December. Mac OS gained 3 percent, going from 1.2 to 4.2 percent in the same time frame. Linux gained 0.5 percent in 2007.
  • Apple, with its enterprise share growing threefold
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      Yeah, that's more like it -- they're going to be reporting 300% growth in the enterprise, I'm sure.
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    Windows use in the enterprise (it's traditional stronghold) has declined almost 4% to about 95% in the last year ... It's just a tiny sliver, but the real question is: is it enough to make Apple start catering to their enterprise customers?
Joel Bennett

Parallel FX - Joe Duffy's Weblog - 0 views

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    nice update on the .Net Parallel Extensions CTP, with links to tutorials, overviews, and videos.
Joel Bennett

altnetconf - Scott Guthrie announces ASP.NET MVC framework at Alt.Net Conf - Jeffrey Pa... - 0 views

  • Provide a hook for other view engines from MonoRail, etc
  • The default URL scheme will look something like this: /<RouteName>/<Action>/<Param1>/<Param2>
  • MonoRail is more than just the MVC part.  I wouldn't be surprised if MonoRail were refactored to take advantage of the ASP.NET MVC HttpHandler just as a means to reduce the codebase a bit. 
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    A quick review of the earliest Microsoft announcement of their MVC framework for ASP.Net
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