How to be a great developer

In the latest MSDN Flash Finula asked a few of us for our top tips on being a great developer. Mine was: “Love Learning”We can't always be on the most exciting project with the latest and greatest technology so look for the learning opportunity in every project be it a new technical skill, a new…

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Girl Geek Events coming up

There’s a bunch of Girl Geek Dinner events coming up I should mention.   Girl Geek Dinners – Melbourne On Ice Sunday June 29 at 2-4pm – Ice Skating at Docklands Girl Geek Dinners Melbourne – Dinner 1.0 Thursday July 3 at 7-10 pm – Kanzaman Restaurant Girl Geek Dinners Sydney – Girl Geek Coffee…

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Silverlight Virtual Earth, Part 3 Project “Deep Earth” launches

Today we launched project “Deep Earth” on codeplex. This open source project will bring together skills from developers all over the world to continue this concept and ultimately create a useable Silverlight control. Seven people have joined the fun: Shaun Becker, Jonas Follesø, Bronwen Zande, Darko Radiceski, Nicolas Boonaert, Rob Farley and myself John O’Brien….

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NASA meets Photosynth

I’m pretty excited by the possibilities of Photosynth. It is some truly amazing technology. Anyway spotted this newer video and thought I would share. NASA Meets Photosynth The first time this technology was shown was at Ted and that is a great video, worth a look if you haven’t seen it: And of course you…

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Batch Generating DeepZoom on Vista 64bit

Jonas has already mentioned it but if you are looking for way to automate a batch process for creating assets for DeepZoom then Giorgio has the answer: http://blogs.msdn.com/giorgio/archive/2008/05/05/deep-zoom-batch-export-programmaticly-using-c.aspx My little tip is how to get this to work in Vista 64bit, Giorgio has already built in a little prompt so you can point to the…

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