In case you haven't seen it, make sure you check out Mircea Trofin's post on LINQ Design Guidelines. Good Stuff.
Scott Guthrie has a post that starts talking about what's new in Silverlight 2 (note, it is not Silverlight 2.0, its just Silverlight 2 --- apparently some marketing voodoo makes that the right thing to do). Silverlight 2 brings us much, much closer to parity between WPF and what we can do in the browser. It's very cool and Scott gives some great info to let you get a feel for how close we are getting. Tick tick tick as we count down to the official beta release.
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ScottGu has a great post covering a lot of the updates that are coming this year to make .NET applications easier to deploy, faster to start, and faster to run. Good stuff.
Building WPF applications??? Check out the latest updates building composite WPF apps and what is going on with Acropolis by checking out posts by the Acropolis team and Glenn Bock.
Check out the announcement post from ScottGu on Microsoft's MVC work for ASP.NET.
The doctor is in the house with the start of what should be a very good series on working with ItemsControl and its numerous subclasses.
Ruby is all the buzz. I was catching up on some blog reading and realized I had missed letting folks know about a nice little write-up Javier posted about working with IronRuby. Jav is a big Ruby proponent and I'll be doing an interview with him at the Heartland Developers Conference next week. It should be good.
A 50 minute screencast showing the interaction between dev-design using WPF, VS 2008, and Expression Tools.
ScottGu shows off two cool new .NET 3.5 capabilities in one post - see extension methods and support for JSON serialization used all at once. Good post Scott!
Check out this good informational nugget from Scott if you have ever wondered how to change settings in web.config as you move your ASP.NET app from different environments during the dev process.
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