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Windows Client Developer Roundup 048 for 11/1/2010

Pete Brown - 01 November 2010

This is Windows Client Developer roundup #48.

The Windows Client Developer Roundup aggregates information of interest to Windows Client Developers, including WPF, Silverlight, Visual C++, XNA, Expression Blend, Surface, Windows 7, Windows Forms, Windows Phone, Visual Studio, WCF RIA Services, sometimes even a little jQuery and HTML5. I also include fun non-Windows client tech like the .NET Micro Framework. If you have something interesting you've done or have run across, or you blog regularly on the topics included here, please send me the URL and brief description via the contact link.

WPF and Silverlight General

WCF RIA Services

Windows Phone 7

Visual Studio and .NET General


posted by Pete Brown on Monday, November 1, 2010
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4 comments for “Windows Client Developer Roundup 048 for 11/1/2010”

  1. asdfsays:
    Error in your article at http://expression.microsoft.com/en-us/dd433476.aspx

    The Microsoft.Windows.Controls namespace was renamed to System.Windows.Controls at some point. As of now, the ObjectCollection class does not exist in that namespace.

    I know perfectly well you'll never fix it, but you can't say nobody told you.
  2. asdfsays:
    You're the first hit on Google for "silverlight toolkit chart styles". It'd be polite to save people some time by noting at the top of your articles that the information within is obsolete.
  3. Petesays:

    Thanks fro the feedback. I don't own the article (I wrote it a couple years ago for their newsletter, as you can tell by the date) but I'll see if I can get them to do something about it.

    Sorry for your frustration, but the snarkiness isn't really necessary.



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