Monthly Archives: September 2007

VBUG Conference: 17th and 18th October

Hi guys,   I just wanted to pass on a reminder that VBUG have their conference on 17th and 18th of October at Microsoft in Reading (same place as DDD). There is a good line up, and you don’t have … Continue reading

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September 27th: Partial Rendering for AJAX Purists and AJAX Real Programmers

On 27th September the London .NET user group will be hosting noted .NET author and speaker Dino Esposito. We will be at Microsoft’s new venue in Victoria (start time 7pm). This will be a great talk and I encourage you … Continue reading

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Silverlight 1.0 is out, and Moonlight is providing support on Linux

Silverlight, which brings the power of WPF and the CLR to the browser, hits 1.0 yesterday widening the capabilities for rich content delivery to the browser. What’s more, Microsoft has inked a deal with Novell to provide Linux support through … Continue reading

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VBUG Brighton

I went down to VBUG Brighton last night to give my presentations on LINQ (the general one) and LINQ to SQL (the deeper dive on one of the LINQ technologies). It was a good crowd, and still feels quite local … Continue reading

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