Silverlight Profiling PowerShell helper.

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I was playing around with some Silverlight profiling the other night to see if I could find any obvious issues with my open source project StatLight and wound up writing a little script in PowerShell I hoped someone might find helpful. But I didn’t know you could profile a Silverlight app. I didn’t until I […]

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Tell me what you don’t like about TFS 2010

I know that a lot of people have had bad experiences with TFS over the years, and so does the TFS development team. The team at Microsoft is very intent on learning what it is that people find irritating, problematic, or difficult, and correcting it. Some major headway was made with the 2010 release of […]

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Pluralcast 15 : SQL Server Under the Covers

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  Listen to this episode! [54:51] Dan Sullivan takes us beyond the typical discussion of SQL Server features to the inner depths of databases. Ever wonder how locking concurrency works inside relational databases? Wonder no more! Just listen to this show. Dan Sullivan Dan is a member of the technical staff at Pluralsight, where he […]

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Hello World!

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I wanted to post up a short blog post and thank the people of Elegant Code for the invite.  I am honored to be a member of the community.  My name is Bill Moore, and my passion is Silverlight.  I work with my wife @ Coden UX.   You can find information on our company here: […]

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Communicating Between Silverlight Applications

Silverlight is a great platform for creating rich internet applications, but a full blown Silverlight app is not a solution to every web application.  Lets face it, the vast majority of web applications will always be some type of server based solution, such as ASP.NET, PHP, JSP, etc…  Everyday I see more and more creative […]

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