Was honored in becoming a Infragistics MVP.
Please visit Infragistics here
I will be posting some examples soon using Infragistics controls.
Killer Apps. No Excuses.
I have not been able to find a post or get a true explanation on “reserved words” in BizTalk; however there are a few you should stay away from. I have personally tested these.
You should refrain from using “BTS” or “EDI” anywhere in your namespace to avoid namespace property look-up issues.
I will be posting more about this as I work through the public version of BizTalk 2010 on Oct. 1, 2010.
Public production date announced was Oct. 1, 2010.
Free Developer Version Available
The IE 9 Beta is upon us, you can download it here
Joe Homnick suggested checking out the following sites:
- The Killers (http://www.thekillersmusic.com/html5) – one of the biggest rock bands in the world go live with a full IE9-optimized HTML5 site today! Showcasing video, Canvas, WOFF fonts, SVG – this site is full of easter eggs and the band love what IE9 provides.
- Jitterbugs (http://html5.cynergysystems.com) – a game that uses Canvas, SVG, WOFF and audio to deliver an experience that you’d have never been able to do in a browser before IE9. Try it on Chrome – it runs almost hilariously slowly.
- WebVizBench (http://www.webvizbench.com) – a benchmark for HTML5 built with data from KEXP that scales up to even high-end graphical hardware – with video, animations, WOFF and Canvas, you’ll want to try this on your home machine!
- Rough Guides (http://makethemost.roughguides.com/) – this blurs the lines between a web page and a full application, integrating data from Flickr and curated content into a beautiful, zoomable interface.
- Never Mind the Bullets (http://www.nevermindthebullets.com/) – a parallax comic built with HTML5.
- Agent 008 Ball (http://www.agent8ball.com) – a pool game with a spy theme that uses Canvas, audio, WOFF fonts.
- AP Timeline Reader (http://html5.labs.ap.org/) – a news reader with a difference – browse through the articles that you’re interested in reading and add them to a queue; then read them in a clutter-free environment with customizable fonts and high-res photos.
Southwest Florida .Net Code Camp is September 25, 2010 this year. Go here for more info.
I will be presenting Developing in MVC2 and Silverlight LOB.
So, if you are in the area or would like to joins us – please register.