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AutoHotkey–my new snippet tool

This week was TechEd North America, a conference from Microsoft for technical professionals covering the span of pretty much everything Microsoft produces to support IT professionals and software developers.  I was pleased to have been invited to speak on developing Metro style apps in XAML for .NET developers.  Like most developer presenters, I planned on showing a lot of demos, using different tools, editors, and varying code samples, URLs, etc.  When you are a presenter at a conference you usually don’t have the luxury of sitting in your office and doing things without distractions.  You want to get across your...

New hard drive means re-install everything

I recently found a good deal on a 7200 RPM 500GB latpop drive and decided to upgrade myself to that.  I’ve been operating on a 150GB drive for a long time and hadn’t been cleaning up old projects, encodings, etc. so it was running thin on space.  This was a cheap upgrade (< $90) so I opted for it.  I finally got a moment last evening to pop it in and start the fresh installs of everything.  Doing so reminded me of how long this process takes for us geeky people.  Luckily I do a backup first using my Home...

What tools are the minimum to get started in Silverlight?

Help me out with a bit of some research here.  In your opinion…what tools (from Microsoft) are the MINIMUM needed to get started with Silverlight?  I’m not talking about full-blown MVVM, MEF loading, Live Smooth Streaming applications…I’m talking about if you were to tell someone who has a bare hard drive and wanted to start learning Silverlight, what tools would you tell them they simply cannot do Hello World++ without? Please respond to my survey: [embedded survey removed please vote here: http://twtpoll.com/em387c] Thanks! tags: silverlight, tools, riaservices, ria, xaml, expression, toolkit This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution By license.


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