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Code and Slides from DevConnections Las Vegas Talks by dwahlin

Thanks to everyone who attended my sessions this week at DevConnections in Las Vegas. I had a ton of fun hanging out with friends and meeting new people at the different talks. Next up is DevConnections Orlando in March of 2011 – looking forward to it...

Creating a Silverlight 2 Client Access Policy Socket Server by dwahlin

Silverlight 2 provides built-in support for sockets which allows servers to push data to Silverlight clients. By using this feature clients can avoid polling the server on a timed basis to ensure that clients are kept up-to-date. If you're new to the...
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Desert Code Camp Is This Saturday (May 31st) by dwahlin

Arizona's Desert Code Camp is this Saturday (May 31st) at the University of Advanced Computing building.  Here's the address: University of Advancing Technology 2625 W. Baseline Road ( map ) Tempe, Arizona 85283 It looks like there are a lot of great...

Carl, Richard and Myself on .NET Rocks Talking About Silverlight 2 by dwahlin

I recently had the chance to sit down with Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell at DevConnections Orlando to record a session of .NET Rocks about Silverlight 2 .  They're both a lot of fun to talk with and could probably talk all day without realizing...

Orlando 2008 DevConnections Talks by dwahlin

I'm in Orlando this week speaking at the DevConnections conference on 3 different topics.  It's my personal favorite as far as conferences go and features a lot of cool technologies, people and events.  This week I'm covering custom ASP.NET...

Pushing Data to a Silverlight Client with Sockets: Part II by dwahlin

In Part 1 of this two part series on socket support in Silverlight 2 I discussed how a server could be created to listen for clients using classes in the System.Net.Sockets namespace. In that post the TcpListener class was used to listen for client connections...
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Pushing Data to a Silverlight Client with Sockets: Part I by dwahlin

Silverlight 2 has built-in support for sockets which creates some interesting possibilities.  If you've ever worked on a client-side application that needed to receive up-to-date data then you're probably used to solving the problem by polling. ...
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