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Brad Abrams

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Wow – I can’t believe it has already been 13 years at Microsoft.  I have had a great time here and learned so much from the smart and passionate people I work with as well as the incredible developer community around .NET.  But I have
Wow – I can’t believe it has already been 13 years at Microsoft.  I have had a great time here and learned so much from the smart and passionate people I work with as well as the incredible developer community around .NET.  But I have
Wow – I can’t believe it has already been 13 years at Microsoft.  I have had a great time here and learned so much from the smart and passionate people I work with as well as the incredible developer community around .NET.  But I have
Continuing in our series, I wanted to touch on how a RIA Services can be exposed  your service in
Continuing in our series, I wanted to touch on how a RIA Services can be exposed  your service in
Continuing in our series, I wanted to touch on how a RIA Services can be exposed  your service in
I wanted to touch on how a RIA Services can be exposed as a Soap\WSDL service. This is very useful if you want to enable the exact same business logic\data access logic is available to clients other than Silverlight. For example to a WinForms application or WPF or even a console app...
Continuing in our
Continuing in our
To continue our series,  In real business applications our data is often very valuable and
To continue our series,  In real business applications our data is often very valuable and
To continue our series,  In real business applications our data is often very valuable and
I continue to be impressed with the quality of .NET Developers in Israel.. we had a full house last night for a 2+ hour presentation on building business applications with Silverlight and RIA Services.   The audience was very engaged and had
I continue to be impressed with the quality of .NET Developers in Israel.. we had a full house last night for a 2+ hour presentation on building business applications with Silverlight and RIA Services.   The audience was very engaged and had
I thought it would be worthwhile to produce an index for the (very) occasional series I have on giving tips to PMs at Microsoft.   
I thought it would be worthwhile to produce an index for the (very) occasional series I have on giving tips to PMs at Microsoft. 
I thought it would be worthwhile to produce an index for the (very) occasional series I have on giving tips to PMs at Microsoft. 
To continue our series let’s look at data validation our business applications. Updating data is great, but when you enable data update you often need to check the data to ensure it is valid. RIA Services as clean, prescriptive pattern for handling this. First let’s look at what you...
  To continue our series let’s look at data validation our business applications. Updating data is great, but when you
  To continue our series let’s look at data validation our business applications. Updating data is great, but when you
To continue our series, let’s look at localizing our business applications.  In today’s global village, it is often no longer OK
To continue our series, let’s look at localizing our business applications.  In today’s global village, it is often no longer OK
To continue our series, let’s look at localizing our business applications.  In today’s global village, it is often no longer OK
I had a great time today in my Mix2010 session on SEO for Silverlight. You can find all the slides (more than I was able to cover in the talk) here. and the the full play-by-play of the demo (include a link to the completed solution). I started off talking why SEO matters. You can...
I had a great time today in my Mix2010 session on SEO for Silverlight.   Update: You can watch the video here:
I had a great time today in my Mix2010 session on SEO for Silverlight.   Update: You can watch the video here:
To continue our series, let’s look at SEO and Silverlight. The vast majority of web traffic is driven by search. Search engines are the first stop for many users on the public internet and is increasingly so in corporate environments as well. Search is also the key technology that dr...
To continue our series, let’s look at SEO and Silverlight.  The vast majority of web traffic is driven by search. Search engines
To continue our series, let’s look at SEO and Silverlight.  The vast majority of web traffic is driven by search. Search engines
To continue our series, let’s look at updating the data. I have created a Plates.xaml page with very similar structure to the above. For details on how I created this page, check out my PDC 09 demo walk through. Now let’s look at updating the Plate data.. First we will create som...
To continue our series, let’s look at updating the data.  I have created a Plates.xaml page with very similar structure
To continue our series, let’s look at updating the data.  I have created a Plates.xaml page with very similar structure
OData is an emerging set of extensions for the ATOM protocol that
To continue our series, let’s see where the fun comes in my look at how easy that is to consume from the client.  First
To continue our series, let’s see where the fun comes in my look at how easy that is to consume from the client.  First