May 2007 - Posts


May 31st Links: ASP.NET, ASP.NET AJAX, Visual Studio and .NET by ScottGu

Below is this week's list of useful .NET links for my weekly link-listing series . This morning I also updated my ASP.NET 2.0 Tips, Tricks and Gotchas Page to also include some more recent content posts I've done on my own blog this past spring. This...

Microsoft Surface and WPF by ScottGu

Microsoft earlier today announced a new product called "Microsoft Surface". If you haven't checked out the online videos of it yet, I highly recommend watching them here . It is one of those products that looks and feels like it comes from a science fiction...
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LINQ to SQL (Part 2 - Defining our Data Model Classes) by ScottGu

In Part 1 of my LINQ to SQL blog post series I discussed "What is LINQ to SQL" and provided a basic overview of some of the data scenarios it enables. In my first post I provided code samples that demonstrated how to perform common data scenarios using...

My Upcoming Presentations in Orlando, Budapest, Amsterdam, Zurich, Mountain View and Phoenix by ScottGu

June is going to be a really busy travel month for me. I'll be presenting at the following events if you are interested in attending and stopping by to say hi: TechEd 2007 in Orlando on June 4th and 5th : I'll be doing a Silverlight talk and two ASP.NET...
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May 22nd Links: ASP.NET, Visual Studio, Silverlight, WPF and .NET by ScottGu

One of the things I'm going to try and start doing is a weekly blog post of useful/interesting links on .NET related topics that I've found on the web. Below is this week's version: ASP.NET Downloading a File using ASP.NET with the "Save As" Dialog :...

Using LINQ to SQL (Part 1) by ScottGu

Over the last few months I wrote a series of blog posts that covered some of the new language features that are coming with the Visual Studio and .NET Framework "Orcas" release. Here are pointers to the posts in my series: Automatic Properties, Object...

Tip/Trick: Supporting Full Screen Mode with Silverlight by ScottGu

One of the nice features that Silverlight supports is the ability to go "full screen" and effectively take over the entire screen of a computer (hiding everything else from sight - including the browser frame). This can be very useful when building immersive...

New "Orcas" Language Feature: Anonymous Types by ScottGu

Over the last two months I've published a series of posts covering some of the new language features that are coming as part of the Visual Studio and .NET Framework "Orcas" release. Here are pointers to the first four posts in my series: Automatic Properties...
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Silverlight by ScottGu

Last Monday I delivered one of the keynotes at the MIX conference in Las Vegas, and discussed a new project that I've been spending most of my time working on over the last year: Silverlight . Silverlight is a cross platform, cross browser .NET plug-in...
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