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Episode 10 – What does Agile mean to you?

Posted in .NET Community with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 26, 2008 by calebjenkins

After the Tulsa TechFest this year we went around and asked several attendees and speakers what Agile Development was to them… then we asked some of the non-attendees that happened to be in the area. Here are some of the responses. Sign up now for the AgileDotNet Conference 2008 at http://agiledotnet.com.

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Episode 8 – Silverlight on Linux … without the Browser

Posted in .NET Community with tags , , , , , , , , , , on November 2, 2007 by calebjenkins

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Dallas TechFest 2008. We caught up with Joseph Hill so that he could show us the the Mono’s team version of Microsoft Silverlight (called Moonlight). Joseph works for Novell as the product manager for the Mono Project. Mono is the open source, cross platform version of .NET. Moonlight is the open source implementation of Silverlight. Here, he’s showing us how the Mono team implemented Moonlight as a sub-set of the full Mono install… so that if you install the full Mono package, you have the ability to open (mopen) Silverlight XAML file directly, without running in the browser.

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Episode 5 – Adobe AIR Bus Tour: Interview with Mark Pillar

Posted in Adobe with tags , , , , , , , on October 19, 2007 by calebjenkins

Episode 5 – Adobe AIR Bus Tour: Interview with Mark Pillar

The Adobe AIR team went on a 19 city bus tour across the US. We caught up with them in Dallas and had a chance to talk to several people. In this interview Mark Pillar from theMidnightCoders.com talks about his company’s framework that provides a seamless link between Adobe Flash/Flex/AIR applications and server components running .NET.

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Episode 3 – Adobe AIR Bus Tour: Interview with Lee Brimelow

Posted in Adobe with tags , , , , , , on September 22, 2007 by calebjenkins

The Adobe AIR team went on a 19 city tour across the US. We caught up with them in Dallas and had a chance to talk to several people. In this interview Frog Design designer/developer, Lee Brimelow explains some of the differences between Adobe AIR and Microsoft WPF; he also gives some pointers on when you would want to use one over the other.

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