This is pretty cool. Apple is partnering with educational institutions and using iTunes as a mechanism to get educational content to a user’s mobile device such as an iPod or iPhone. “Mobile learning” as it is dubbed, allows students to download content when it is convenient from a school-created website… Read More »Get Schooled at iTunes U
I’m working on a project right now and have noticed that XAML seems to be incorrectly rendered in the Visual Studio designer, versus it properly being shown in the Expression Blend 3. It seems that sizes and alignments are completely off in Visual Studio 2008 where everything appears correct, renders… Read More »Improper Rendering of XAML?
Seems like it should work without too much pain, but the fact of the matter is each time you increment the version on your application a new version folder will be created that is by default empty and the user.config file is empty which means the user config is lost… Read More »C#: Persisting User Settings After An App Upgrade
This can be a bit tricky … and you can either get enough exposure by doing it so many times that you just know what needs to be installed before you start, or you can get through a bunch of steps in the setup before it stops to tell you… Read More »Quick Hit: Installing Pre-Reqs for Exchange 2010