Tickets booked for the MVP Summit

Well we’ve booked our flights and hotel for this year’s MVP summit in Seattle.  We’re heading up to Montreal first where John is doing a 1/2 day workshop on using Virtual Earth to provide Geographical access to Cultural Herritage at the Museums and the Web Conference. So i’ve got a few days to kill in the hotel by…

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New Article – Part 2 – Invoking server side code using AJAX

In part 2 of this series, Derek Chan shows how to integrate the Mappoint Web Service platform on a Virtual Earth map. http://www.viawindowslive.com/Articles/VirtualEarth/InvokingserversidecodeusingAJAXPart2.aspx If you recall part 1 introduced the concepts of using a httphandler to communicate between server side code and Virtual Earth. http://www.viawindowslive.com/Articles/VirtualEarth/InvokingserversidecodeusingAJAX.aspx As usual the full source code is available for download….

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Cloverfield and some dodgy KFC

Went and checked out Cloverfield last night. While it didn’t blow me away as it seems to have done with everyone else..it was a bit different which is always good. While I don’t want to spoil the movie for you..I’d say it’s like Godzilla meets Blair Witch. They’ve done well to give you the background…

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We passed our Virtual Eath Exam

John and I sat the Virtual Earth Beta Exam 071-544 – TS: Microsoft Virtual Earth 6.0, Developing last year.  As it’s a beta exam you don’t find out if you passed for about 2 months.  This morning we checked the Prometric site and discovered we both passed . Also, congrats to Derek Chan, who also…

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