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Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 Beta Now Available
Somasegar broke the news this morning and provides some details of what to expect from the service packs. Jump on over to his blog to read about it and then click here to start downloading. Also note that if you’re using Expression Blend 2.5 preview, there’s an update to that which makes it work with […]
New WPF effects demo’d @ Mix, but no reveal of the API
IE8 Readiness Toolkit now available
Microsoft has made the Internet Explorer 8 Readiness Toolkit available here. Note some of the links that go into detail are still not working as I write this, but the main page gives a glimpse of what we can expect. You probably want to check out the new developer features that IE8 will bring to […]
Singularity OS now available for download
A preview of Silverlight 2… it really is “WPF/E” now
Vista SP1 RC Installed
I’ve had access to it for a while, but just got around to installing it. The good news is now anyone can now because it became public today. The install experience went very smooth and I haven’t had any problems since installing it (earlier today). I developed in VS2008 all day, used Outlook, browsed the […]
IE8 Officially Announced, VPCs ready for download within 24hrs?
Wow, Microsoft is really on a roll here these past couple weeks. First, IE8 is officially announced here on the IE Blog and then PeteL, a member of the IE team, announced he’s already uploaded the VPCs and is just waiting for them to propagate to all of Microsoft’s content servers. So, I guess we […]
Channel9 PLINQ Video
Hot on the heels of the release of the Parallel Extensions (aka PFX) yesterday, Channel9 has posted a video where Anders Hejlsberg and Joe Duffy answer some of the whys and hows. Definitely worth checking out. Also, check out this screencast (also on Channel9) where Daniel Moth shows PLINQ in action and discusses some features […]