Monthly Archives: January 2008

A Ship-It Award!

I’ve been waiting for this for a very long time.  I’ve only been with Microsoft for 18 months and it has been a blast.  Great people to work with, great technology and an incredible area.    I received my first Ship-It … Continue reading

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Secure Cross-Domain Communication in the Browser

With v2.0 Silverlight gaining momentium, features and fixes, the rest of us still working in v1.1 are still fighting the ‘alpha’ code.    One of the problems in v1.1 is secure cross-domain communication in the browser.   Danny Thorpe wrote a great … Continue reading

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Silverlight 2.0!!!

I do NOT know how I missed this announcement!!!  This is huge!  This means that they are one step closer to release!  Silverlight 1.1 Alpha is now Silverlight 2.0!!!!!!!!!!

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Programmer’s Guide for Virtual Server 2005

Thanks so much to Ben Armstrong from the Virtualization team for emailing me the link to the elusive Programmer’s Guide for Virtual Server 2005.  It would seem the docs are still there, just not as easy to find.  There are … Continue reading

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