30 Nov
2012

Visual Studio Light Edition

I noticed this blog post from Scott Hanselman the other day about Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Desktop. This post included a screenshot from the installation program. Something that really took me by the throat is this: Notice that the Express edition of Visual Studio seems to require no less than 4.15 GB of […]

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4 Nov
2011

Free Pluralsight Prism Training

I am excited to announce that Pluralsight and Microsoft’s Patterns & Practices team have joined forces to provide you with free access to over 4 hours of online Prism training.  That’s right, you heard me correctly. FREE online Prism training sponsored by the one and only Patterns & Practices team.  I know you have some […]

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21 Oct
2011

Extended WPF Toolkit–the updated PropertyGrid

The PropertyGrid control in the Extended WPF Toolkit was released in version 1.4.0 as beta. Since then I have had another release of version 1.5.0 in which the PropertyGrid was still in beta. Well it is beta no more! I have given the PropertyGrid a lot of love an affection over the past few weeks […]

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7 Oct
2011

Extended WPF Toolkit–using the BusyIndicator

As you may know, I am the author of a WPF control suite call the Extended WPF Toolkit.  I also spend tons of time on various forums helping people solve problems with their WPF applications.  Lately there have been a number of questions regarding the BusyIndicator control.  The majority of questions deal with using it […]

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9 Sep
2011

Mapping a Route with Directions using the Bing Maps WPF Control (Beta)

So far we have built an earthquake application, mapped an address using geocoding, and even Prism-fied the Bing Maps WPF control.? Now let?s see how to map a route with turn-by-turn directions.? By now it should be no surprise that you will need to complete the following steps before you can create this application. Get […]

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26 Aug
2011

Build an Earthquake Application with Bing Maps WPF Control (Beta)

Recently you may have noticed that the Bing Maps team released a WPF Map control which is currently in Beta.  In light of the recent earth quake on the east coast of the United States, I thought an earthquake application would be a great way to become familiar with the Map control.  There are a […]

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