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Laurent Bugnion (GalaSoft) Diary of a Code Trotter January 2008 Entries
Microsoft@Siemens conference
I've been taking part to a conference in Erlangen in collaboration with Microsoft. It was a very interesting event, an occasion to meet people from Microsoft Germany, and to continue the collaboration started long ago. I was asked to make a presentation about WPF, and I chose to show how we use WPF in the project I work on, and also to add a few words about the social implications of introducing WPF in a traditional, industry oriented firm like Siemens. "Social implication" is a strong word, but ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 30, 2008 8:52 PM

Something for the MVPs out there

Just in case you didn't find it out by yourself:

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Posted On Tuesday, January 22, 2008 8:19 AM

Parlez-vous Facebook? Looking for translators.

Facebook is looking for french speaking persons willing to help translating the site. I really don't have time for that, so if you speak french and have free time to spare, you should probably register. Looks like they really need it sorely (see below) :)

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Posted On Thursday, January 17, 2008 11:56 PM

Silverlight: When should you use RegisterScriptableObject?
One of the most exciting features of Silverlight 2.0 is its ability to let .NET and JavaScript communicate in a very direct way. JavaScript objects can call .NET methods directly, and register for .NET events. On the .NET part, this needs a little preparation. There are two steps that you need to perform to enable JavaScript --> .NET communication: Read the rest of this entry » ......

Posted On Thursday, January 17, 2008 7:51 AM

Software development as a fine art
Joel Spolsky of "Joel on Software" has a nice article about Undergraduate programming. I especially like this: Software development is an art. I have been thinking a lot about software development in the last few years, and came to that realization as well. The soft factors in software development are so strong that it is at least as much an art than a science. Software needs creativity. Software needs design. Software needs esthetics. Software needs beauty. Read the rest of this entry » ......

Posted On Monday, January 14, 2008 8:59 AM

Meet me at MIX

I just got the confirmation that I will attend MIX. That's great news, after MIX06 and MIX07, I cannot wait to be there again. This conference is simply amazing. I am really looking forward to meeting all the amazing people of the WPF and Silverlight community, and I hope I will meet a lot of new ones.

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Posted On Monday, January 7, 2008 10:32 AM

KaXaml V1.0 released
I hardly believe that anyone reading this blog doesn't know Robby Ingebretsen's work, but just in case, he has great news: KaXaml 1.0 is released!! More information about this great tool here. Also included: XSD-based Intellisense support (like in VS2005) and basic Silverlight XAML support! Read the rest of this entry » ......

Posted On Thursday, January 3, 2008 8:23 AM

MVP, take two / Silvelight greeting card
Just got the good news: I am a MVP for one more year :-) My first MVP award last year was for ASP.NET, but due to my new tasks in the field of WPF and Silverlight, I've been awarded one for Client Application Development this year. I think it makes sense, since my activities are really focused on the client (not just the UI, but mainly), and this is also what I have been blogging and speaking about last year. Read the rest of this entry » ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 1, 2008 6:25 AM

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