Check out the details here. Figures that I finally give up waiting and do the hacked install and a week later the Vista version comes out. 🙂
If you haven’t already heard, the Release Candidate for 1.0 of ASP.NET AJAX went out yesterday evening. We already migrated to it here and it’s quite painless. You just need to reference the new assemblies which have been renamed to from Microsoft.Web* to System.Web*, changing a couple of namespaces and patching up your web.config. All […]
Despite the fact that there’s still no true support for the Zune software on Vista yet, there are some hacks out there that enable it to run. So, I bit the bullet and bought myself one this week. The biggest caveat is that even with the hacks I still couldn’t get it to update my […]
There’s a buzz going around that there’s some kind of big WPF 3D announcement being made todoay. I initially read about it over here on Tim Sneath’s blog. Wonder what it could be? Guess we’ll have to sit tight and keep our eyes on their blog for the news to break. UPDATE 6:30PM ET: So […]
C|Net news has some coverage of Mimeo.com that you can check out here. This year has been a phenomenal one for us. We’ve grown so much more than we ever have in the past. Our development team alone has a little more than doubled in size. In addition to launching our .NET code-base at the beginning of […]
If you haven’t already heard, the Expression family of products from Microsoft have undergone a bit of an overhaul. Most important to me as a WPF person is that Expression Interactive Designer has been renamed Expression Blend and is one of the most overhauled tools in the product line. You can read all about the […]
Check out this post from Joe Stegman announcing the first public CTP of the WPF/E technology. Then, read all about WPF/E over here on the newly launched MSDN sub-site. I’m installing the plug-in on OSX now, I can’t wait to start using WPF/E in our web applications!
I’d love to buy myself a Zune, but seeing as how I run on Vista exclusively these days it’s not gonna be of much use to me since the software doesn’t work on Vista yet. So Microsoft… quit dragging your feet and get the Vista support finished up!