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Pete Brown writes on a variety of topics from XAML with the Windows Runtime (WinRT), .NET programming using C#, WPF, Microcontroller programming with .NET Microframework, .NET Gadgeteer, Windows on Devices, and even plain old C, to raising two children in the suburbs of Maryland, woodworking, CNC and generally "making physical stuff". Oh, and Pete loves retro technology, especially Commodore (C64 and C128). If the content interests you, please subscribe using the subscription link to the right of every page.

Archive for tag: Andrew-Duthie

  • MSDN Mid-Atlantic Roadshows – Reston and Richmond

    Our world-famous DE, Andrew Duthie, (aka the .NET DEvHammer, twitter @devhammer) just pointed out to me that we have a great set of roadshows coming to the area next week (Reston and Richmond). If you want to get the skinny on developing for Windows 7 and IE8, these are can’t-miss sessions. I’m always impressed with the amount of free, quality training coming out of the local Microsoft field o...

  • MSDN geekSpeak : Building Facebook Applications with Silverlight 2

    The registration link for the MSDN geekSpeak I’ll be doing with Glen Gordon and Andrew Duthie is now up. Register for the event here. The event is 12:00 Pacific (3:00pm eastern) time on Wednesday October 22, 2008. I’ll be covering how to build Facebook applications using Silverlight and ASP.NET. Expect some great discussion from your hosts and attendees and demos from my bag o tricks. See...

  • Easy Ways to Make your Technical Blog More Visible and Programmable

    I've been doing a bunch lately with aggregating various technical blogs and surfacing the content through Silverlight and Facebook. While doing that, I ran into a number of challenges and figured out ways that folks can work around them to make their blogs more visible and more easily used in mashups. I'm not a marketing or branding expert so I'd be happy to include suggestions from som...