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The Tablet Show - “Resist the Drama” by dwahlin

I had an opportunity to talk with Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell (the .NET Rocks guys ) on their new show called The Tablet Show . It’s always fun talking with them since there’s never a boring moment or lull in the conversation. In this episode we...

Free WPF Training Event in Phoenix – June 5th and 6th by dwahlin

Microsoft’s putting on a free WPF training event in the Phoenix, AZ area that I thought I’d announce.  For those that haven’t already seen it or registered you can get more details here .  Update: The registration screen makes it sound like...
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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...

Service Pack 1 Beta Released for Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 by dwahlin

Microsoft just released the SP1 beta for Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 and it includes a huge number of new features and enhancements.  Check out Scott Guthrie's blog for details but here's a quick list of what's included: ASP.NET...

Introducing Visual Studio 2008 Course by dwahlin

Thanks to everyone that attended the Visual Studio 2008 course yesterday. It was a lot of fun talking about all of the new stuff available in VS 2008 and .NET 3.5 and hearing the different projects people are working on. As promised, here's the lab code...

DinnerNow.net Sample Application Available by dwahlin

Microsoft's .NET & Connected Systems Evangelism team recently released all of the source code for their DinnerNow.net application. If you're interested in learning .NET 3.0 technologies as well as the new 3.5 stuff coming out, this is a great application...

Digging WPF by dwahlin

I'm really digging WPF these days. While there are a lot of cool technologies out there, WPF seems to offer a lot of promise for desktop apps or even apps running within Internet Explorer when .NET 3.0 is installed on the client. Simon Allardice ...
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