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In this Issue: Michael Washington, Jeff Wilcox, Erik Mork(-2-), Jesse Liberty(-2-), Morten Nielsen, Josh Smith, Mohamed Mosallem, and Jose Fajardo. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Consuming resources from external assemblies in Silverlight 4 " Josh Smith WP7: "Using an image as a mask so that WP7 theme’s are honoured " Jose Fajardo Shoutouts: Jeremy Likness has posted his Intro to MVVM: Slides and Sample Code from his presentation at the Atlanta Silverlight Meetup group. Mark Tucker has a video up ...
In this Issue: John Papa, John McFetridge, Andy Schwam, Tim Heuer, Nigel Sampson(-2-, -3-), Shawn Wildermuth, Dave Relyea, Jesse Liberty, and Sigurd Snørteland. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Silverlight 4: Drag and Drop DataGrids with Access to the Data Being Dropped" Andy Schwam WP7: "Windows Phone 7 For Silverlight Developers: Life Cycle " Jesse Liberty Shoutouts: Ian Griffiths announced free Silverlight Printing Video training at PluralSight until Sunday. From SilverlightCream.com: What’s Wrong ...
I'm going on tour... talking about WP7 & XNA. (Dates below) XNA Games on Windows Phone 7 DESCRIPTION Chris G. Williams will be presenting 'A Tour of Windows Phone 7 and XNA 4.0'. In this talk, he'll cover what's new in XNA 4.0, especially as it pertains to Windows Phone 7. He'll cover phone features, using the emulator and how to take advantage of the various sensors (like the Accelerometer) and features (MultiTouch, Gestures, Push Notifications, etc) in your games. Rumor has it, he may even ...
In this Issue: Brett Balmer, Kirupa Chinnathambi, David Anson, Jesse Liberty, Mohamed Mosallem, René Schulte, Mahesh Sabnis, Aaron Stannard(-2-), Rudi Grobler(-2-), and Michael Washington. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Reading Excel File in Silverlight 4.0 - COM Programming " Mahesh Sabnis WP7: "Creating custom DatePicker/TimePicker experiences is easy with the Windows Phone Toolkit " David Anson Training: "Creating custom DatePicker/TimePicker experiences is easy with the Windows Phone Toolkit " ...
Announcing Windows Phone 7 track 3rd Annual Southwest Florida .NET Code Camp 2010 - http://codecamp.swfldev.net/ Here is the schedule for the entire track: Windows Phone 7 for the Silverlight Developer Joe Healy Beginning Windows Phone 7 Using Silverlight Henry Lee Design for WP7 Diane Leeper Push Notification with Windows Phone 7 Jonas Stawski Windows Phone 7 - Tips & Tricks & Q&A Kevin Wolf WP7 Marketplace + Panel + Install Fest Nikita Polyakov Hope the final dev tools are working great ...
Postback 09202010 – Time for a reboot! Well its been awhile since I’ve done the blog thing over here at Dotgeek HQ. Lets just say that I’ve had an interesting couple of weeks and became a little more involved in other affairs. WP7 Dev Tools RTM is out Its official, the WP7 tools used to help build all those wonderful WP7 Apps have been released in their final form at last. With only a few weeks before the Mobile Marketplace opens up, its great to see we now have the final tools at last and even updated ...
In this Issue: Michael Washington, Paul Patterson, Gergely Orosz, Dimitris - Ilias Gkanatsios, Kirupa Chinnathambi, SilverLaw(-2-), Sergey Barskiy, Jeremy Likness, and Sigurd Snørteland. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "CodeBox - Syntax Highlighting In Silverlight For Any Programming Language " SilverLaw WP7: "Back to Windows Phone 7 Database " Sergey Barskiy Lightswitch: "LightSwitch Student Information System (Part 2): Business Rules and Screen Permissions " Michael Washington Shoutouts: Karl Shifflett ...
In this Issue: cherylws, Wolf Schmidt, Einar Ingebrigtsen, priozersk, James Ashley, Paul Patterson, Sharker Khaleed Mahmud, Beth Massi, Dave Relyea(-2-), and Mike Taulty(-2-, -3-). Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Just another ViewModelBase class" James Ashley WP7: "Panorama Tricks – How to eliminate blending seams in the background " Dave Relyea Lightswitch: "New LightSwitch “How Do I” Videos Released" Beth Massi From SilverlightCream.com: Content or Resource Files?…Another way to load a static XML ...
In this Issue: Johan Danforth, Michael S. Scherotter, Xianzhong Zhu(-2-), Michael B. McLaughlin, Mike Taulty, Michael Crump, Jobi Joy, Brad Tutterow(-2-), Roger Gullhaug, Tim Heuer, and Walter Ferrari. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Silverlight, Out-Of-Browser and Multiple Windows" Mike Taulty WP7: "Windows Phone 7 Developer Tips and Tricks" Jeff Wilcox via Tim Heuer Training: "Windows Phone Training Kit for Developers – RTM Refresh" Yochay Kiriaty Shoutouts: Available in the Microsoft Download Center: ...
In this Issue: John Papa, Tau Sick, Rudi Grobler, David Anson, Tim Heuer, Pete Brown, Jesse Liberty, Brandon Watson, Scott Guthrie, and Miro Miroslavov. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "5+ Ways to Reduce your .Xap Size" Miro Miroslavov WP7: "Windows Phone 7 Developer Tools Released " Scott Guthrie Shoutouts: Crocus Girl posted this contest from SilverlightShow: Announcing SilverlightShow 5-day Windows Phone 7 Quiz! John Papa posted the materials that went along with his OOB brown-bag last week: Silverlight ...
If you’ve played around with the WP7 emulator, you may have gotten into the settings screen and may have noticed that there are these things called “themes”. The emulator’s default is the “dark” background with the “blue” accent. However the phone can also have a “light” background, and supports the following accents: “magenta”, “purple”, “teal”, “lime”, “brown”, “pink”, “orange”, “blue”, “red”, “green”, and an eleventh optional color that the manufacturer of the phone can set. Most people naturally ...
The official and the final bits of windows phone 7 developer tools are now available, go download them from here. The installer bundles everything you need to develop for windows phone 7 in a nice little package that includes, - Visual Studio 2010 Express - Silverlight for windows phone 7 - XNA Game Studio 4 for windows phone 7 - Expression Blend 4 for Windows Phone 7 - Windows Phone 7 emulator You also get a phone registration and deployment tool which you can use to register and unlock a wp7 device, ...
In this Issue: Michael Washington(-2-), Brian Noyes, Michael Ossou, Sharker Khaleed Mahmud, Mike Taulty, Jeremy Likness, Brad Tutterow(-2-), and András Velvárt. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Best Practices for Themes in Modular Silverlight Applications " Jeremy Likness WP7: "Being theme aware in Windows Phone 7 Silverlight apps" András Velvárt Lightswitch: "LightSwitch Student Information System" Michael Washington Shoutouts: Erik Mork & Crew have their latest podcast up: Show 106: Jetpack themes ...
It's been a while since I mentioned this, but on the Right-hand sidebar of WynApse.com is an 'Outlook Bar' of headings such as 'Code Reference', 'Cheat Sheets', 'WP7', etc. If you click one of the headings, it opens up a list of web links to reference material I've squirreled away. I recently filled out the WP7 and Lightswitch sections with some links. For instance here is what is in the WP7 section right now: Feel free to use that bar as a resource, there's lots of good stuff in there, and if you ...
In this Issue: Titan, Brad Tutterow, Paul Patterson, Ryan Alford, James Ashley, priozersk(-2-), Jay Kimble, Rishi, Harry Fairhead, Dave Campbell, Chris Rouw, and Jesse Liberty. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "iPhone to Windows Phone 7: Lists and Details " Jesse Liberty WP7: "Implementing Picker Box functionality on WP7 " priozersk Lightswitch: "Microsoft LightSwitch – Send an Email from LightSwitch" Paul Patterson Shoutouts: Jesse Liberty announced The Great Silverlight Competency Test – #4 Dan Wahlin ...
I can't pass up passing this along even though it's not Silverlight or WP7 or Lightswitch or ... One thing I've been dealing with is the 'Edit top 200' rows thing in SQL Server 2008, and have just been dealing with it for a few weeks since I uninstalled everything else in favor of this full-up. Well, Senthil Kumar has instructions on how to modify that sucker... I didn't even *think* to look around... figured it was baked in... awesome post, Senthil! SQL Server 2008 – Change Edit Top 200 Rows and ...
I know I'm being a little proactive here, since it'll be months before real users have WP7 devices in their hot little hands, but... If you're a Zune or ZuneHD user, you probably already have had this problem, and WP7 folks will as well. The problem happens when you're loading an old CD, or the tracks from an old LP. I have a USB turntable and have been ripping some of my jazz LPs from the 60s and the Zune doesn't know where to find this stuff. In my LP case, the Zune player ends up just shunting ...
In this Issue: Michael Washington, Mike Talbot, Kunal Chowdhury, Nigel Sampson, Shawn Wildermuth, Andy Beaulieu, Beth Massi, Joost van Schaik, Beat Kiener(-2-), and priozersk. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Silverlight Flip Control – page flipping without the performance problems " Mike Talbot WP7: "An animated swipe-enabled title control for Windows Phone 7 " Joost van Schaik Lightswitch: "Deploy and Update a LightSwitch (Beta 1) 3-tier Application" Michael Washington From SilverlightCream.com: Deploy ...
In this Issue: Szilárd Szakács, Michael Washington, Mike Taulty(-2-), Chris Koenig, Tim Heuer, Kranthi Kiran Gullapalli, David Anson, Mohamed Mosallem, Michael Crump, Dan Wahlin. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "MVVM so easy a n00b can do it (Silverlight4) " Michael Crump WP7: "DeferredLoadListBox (and StackPanel) help Windows Phone 7 lists scroll smoothly and consistently " David Anson Lightswitch: "A LightSwitch Home Page " Michael Washington Shoutouts: Jesse Liberty has a ** DRAFT ** Community Comment ...
In this Issue: Ben Wintringham, XNA Creators Club(-2-), Sony Arouje, John Papa, Mike Ormond, Microsoft(-2-), Jaana Metsamaa(-2-), Todd Knudsen, Jeremy Likness. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Design-Time Friendly ViewModels with MEF " Jeremy Likness WP7: "XNA from Silverlight on Windows Phone 7 – Saving Pictures " Mike Ormond Training: "Create Games for Windows Phone 7 " XNA Creators Club Shoutouts: Charles Petzold will be presenting on WP7 in New York on October: Author news: Charles Petzold presenting ...
In this Issue: Tony Champion, Tim H, Roger Gullhaug, Jeremy Likness, Brad Tutterow, Derik Whittaker, Paul Patterson, Sam Judson, SilverLaw, Dave Edson, Silverlight Team, and Sergey Barskiy. I'm test-driving something new today... I'm listing 'my' pick(s) from the list of things I'm discussing in each of the various categories I've posted on... which will change daily. Today I'm highlighting a Silverlight post, a WP7 post, and a training one. I'm listing these as "Above the Fold" because they will ...
In this Issue: Emiel Jongerius, PostVision, Mike Taulty, Jesse Liberty, Laurent Duveau, Phil Middlemiss, Xianzhong Zhu, pauliom, Sudhindra Kovalam(-2-), and Alexander Viken. Shoutouts: The Silverlight Blog announced the release of a new WCF RIA Services (Silverlight QuickStart) John Papacreated a stir yesterday with his Top 10 Silverlight Blogs ... thanks for the shoutout John!! Jesse Liberty posted The Great Silverlight Competency Test – 3 From SilverlightCream.com: Datagrid: support for grouping ...
In this Issue: Michael Washington, SilverLaw, Nigel Sampson(-2-), Mohamed Mosallem, Vikram Pendse, Ward Bell, Gill Cleeren, Jag Reehal, and Enrico Gebauer. Shoutouts: Victor Gaudioso announces a Texas-sized event: Sharing in the Light – I dive into Silverlight Development with Blend – Two day event in Dallas Sept. 25 & 26 From SilverlightCream.com: Simple Silverlight Configurator/Pivot (View Model/MVVM) Michael Washington has a cool app up using ViewModel/MVVM that allows users to query a collection ...
In this Issue: Peter Bromberg, Derik Whittaker(-2-), Paul Patterson, Michael Crump(-2-), Gill Cleeren and Kevin Dockx, Gergely Orosz, Dimitris - Ilias Gkanatsios, Jaime Rodriguez, and Georgi Atanasov. Shoutouts: My friend Koen Zwikstra poses the question How can we improve Silverlight Spy?... log into the forum and give him ideas. SilverlightShow announced Free SilverlightShow Webinar: Sketchflow in Real Scenarios Senthil Kumar announced Microsoft Patterns & Practices – Windows Phone 7 Developer ...
In this Issue: Sergey Barskiy, Tim Heuer, Shawn Wildermuth, Patrick Cauldwell, David Anson, Michael Sync, Jeremy Likness, Victor Gaudioso, René Schulte, John Papa, and Todd Knudsen. Shoutouts: Telerik's Premium Collection for .NET wins Jolt Product Excellence Awards: App Libraries and Frameworks SilverlightShow announced a Free SilverlightShow Webinar: Running Silverlight Outside the Browser and with Elevated Trust... see you there... I'll be the one in shorts with no shoes :) John Papa has a two-part ...
So yesterday the announcement came down from Microsoft that Windows Phone 7 has now hit the final stage of development and is headed to the Manufactures to work on with the final devices. So what comes next you might ask? Well it means we are getting that much closer to seeing a launch of the WP7 devices for one. That also means Apps will be hitting the Marketplace soon as well. Best of all, it means we can finally get our hands on these devices, provided we find a carrier that is. Wait, I thought ...
This is just going to be a quick post on some techniques for getting your XAP size down when creating games for WP7. It is by no means exhaustive. First, XAP files are basically zip files with specific requirements re: mandatory content and directory layout. So any solutions that would involve zip-style compression will almost certainly result in a larger XAP sizes due to added code. So those type of solutions are off-the-table. But if you can shrink your source input in ways that zip compression ...
In this Issue: Anton Polimenov, Paul Patterson, Beth Massi(-2-), Derik Whittaker, Dinesh Sodani, jbaird, priozersk, Kyle McClellan(-2-), Dimitris - Ilias Gkanatsios, and Matthias Shapiro. Shoutouts: Koen Zwikstra amazingly enough has the latest Silverlight already in Silverlight Spy 3.0.0.13 ... get the download SilverLaw has a cool Silverlight game up: SilvAir Strike - A Silverlight 4 Game The Silverlight Team Blog posted this article: The Future of Silverlight Peter Torr posted his Sample code ...
In this Issue: Benjamin Gavin, Haruhiro Isowa, Scott Fletcher, Georgi Atanasov, Timmy Kokke, Kirupa Chinnathambi, Anoop Madhusudanan, Mike James, Beat Kiener, Rudi Grobler, Lightswitch Tutorial, Jeff Brand, Manfred Pohler, Indrajit, Levente Mihály, and Erik Klimczak. Shoutouts: Jesse Liberty has posted The Great Silverlight Competency Test [2] Michael S. Scherotter posted BALL Watch Silverlight Contest Winners Announced ... and wow... do those look great!! ... congratulations everyone! Max Paulousky ...
Long ago, in the mid and late-90s, the mobile device market was a bit different from today’s. Palm led the PDA category, with monochrome devices that operated offline, until the Palm VII and its ultra-slow Internet service came out. The Palm VII was all the rage amongst early-adopters…I even bought the erstwhile publisher of Visual Studio Magazine’s predecessor one and shipped it to him, because they were available in New York, but not in the Bay Area, where he was. Then a Canadian company called ...
As you might or know – Windows Phone 7 launch of final developer tools is coming very soon and Marketplace is opening it’s doors for submissions of WP7 apps & games in early October. I urge you to get up to date on this communication – ‘A Developer’s Roadmap to Windows Phone 7 Launch Timing’. I recently presented a session at spectacular Jacksonville Code Camp on 8/28/2010 in a wonderfully put together full-day track on Windows Phone 7. If you missed my presentation - here is a link to a video ...
Postback 08302010 – This past week I met with a co-worker/friend of mine to discuss some of the WP7 Apps we’ve planned on creating this year. I think its best to really lay everything out on the table at the start of a project and get a firm grasp of what is needed to be programmed at the beginning. I absolutely loved this process too and recommend it before any actual building of a project takes place. In our case we’ve had a few ideas that are pretty good and came to some interesting conclusions ...
In this Issue: Michael Washington, Erik Klimczak(-2-), Kevin Marshall, Mike Ormond, Chris Anderson, Derik Whittaker, Michael Crump, Peter Torr(-2-), Ryan Alford, Amyo Kabir, and Kunal Chowdhury. Shoutout: Emiel Jongerius announced he has Update postings on Datagrid for a couple of his recent posts. From SilverlightCream.com: A DotNetNuke Silverlight Expense Report Module Michael Washington is back on ViewModel code, and also DNN with this end-to-end expense report module sporting Silverlight inside ...
In this Issue: Benjamin Gavin, Richard Waddell, Kunal Chowdhury, Chris Koenig, Timmy Kokke, cherylws, David Anson, Jeremy Likness, David Kelley, Andy Beaulieu, and Walt Ritscher. From SilverlightCream.com: Silverlight TreeView Case Study - FAQ Maintenance - Part 1 Benjamin Gavin is pulling together the posts he's recently done and producing an updatable FAQ file app -- something I find useful -- and this is part 1 ... good stuff! Extending Central Silverlight Business Rules to Client and Server Side ...
In this Issue: John Papa, Beth Massi, Simon Jackson, Rob Miles, Pete Brown(-2-), Senthil Kumar, Don Burnett(-2-), and Brian Noyes. From SilverlightCream.com: Apply and Customize the New Silverlight Themes Tsitsi Gora joins John Papa on the latest Silverlight TV to discuss the new Silverlight themes -- did you know about them? -- how about tips on customizing them from one of the devs?? cool stuff. Visual Studio LightSwitch How Do I Videos 5 Lightswitch training videos from Beth Massi ... and more ...
In this Issue: Phil Middlemiss Justin Angel, Kunal Chowdhury, Emiel Jongerius, Microsoft, Channel 9, András Velvárt, Timmy Kokke, Microsoft Expression Blog, Jesse Liberty, and Jeremy Likness. Shoutouts: Jeff Weber announced Farseer Physics Engine 3.0 RELEASED, has a link to it and information about it. Jesse Liberty has posted The Great Silverlight Competency Test – Part 1 Chris Koenig announced Sharing the Light – Silverlight Development with Expression Blend... DFW Silverlight training with Victor ...
In this Issue: Emiel Jongerius, Michael Washington, Kevin Dockx, Alex van Beek, and Alex Golesh. Sorry for being silent, but dealing with an imploding contract and training my replacement is sucking the energy out of me. Here is a Submittal only post... From SilverlightCream.com: Postponing actions Emiel Jongerius has a new post up on a utility class that can be used to limit the calls to internal synchronization methods of objects... think DeferRefresh. Dynamically Loading Silverlight Video Players ...
Postback 08232010 – Well its already come and gone, another week has passed and I didn’t accomplish as much as I’d hoped for the week. Fact is sometime you have to just take a step back in order to take two steps forward it seems. Phone 5 is dead That’s correct, I’ve managed to burn through 5 HTC Touch XV6900s with Verizon in the span of only months for each of them. This last time seems to be something totally different and left my phone with out the ability to power on. The other 4 all failed with ...
In this Issue: Rénald Nollet, Michael Washington, Mingfei Yan, Kirupa Chinnathambi, Roger Peters, Rob Eisenberg, and Microsoft. From SilverlightCream.com: Use the ASP.NET Authentication Service with Windows Phone 7 Rénald Nollet has a cool post up combining the ASP.NET Security Service with WP7... this was getting a lot of play on twitter last night... Printing With LightSwitch Michael Washington's latest Lightswitch post is a tutorial on printing from Lightswitch culminating in a very professional-looking ...
Anyone who has read the Windows Phone 7 Application Certification Requirements (PDF) knows that a WP7 game can never be more than two taps of the Back button away from quitting the game. In XNA this is easy since the Game class provides a method called Exit that can be called with relative ease. In Silverlight nothing quite so easy exists. One clever hack that’s been making the rounds is to create a new instance of the XNA Game class and call its Exit method. However this solution, clever though ...
In this Issue: Michael Washington, Timmy Kokke(-2-), Jeremy Likness, Chris Koenig, Rob Miles(-2-), Bob Caswell, and Alex Yakhnin(-2-). Shoutouts: Shawn Wildermuth adds a video to go along with his last post Developing for the Windows Phone 7 - Part 4: Tombstoning Scott Hanselman talks to Jeff Wilcox about WP7 performance: Hanselminutes Podcast 228 - Performance of Silverlight on Windows Phone 7 Indrajit AKA indifromoz is keeping a page of WP7 resources you may want to bookmark: Windows Phone 7 Resources ...
In this Issue: Anton Polimenov, Shawn Wildermuth, Gergely Orosz, Chris Koenig, Tim Heuer(-2-), Tim Greenfield, Nigel Sampson(-2-), Shawn Oster, and John Papa. Shoutouts: Telerik has announced The Telerik Eastern Canada User Group Tour is Coming... ... check out the cities and don't miss it! Erik Mork and company have my buddy Walt Ritscher on this week: Show 103: Windows Phone 7 Development Hardware with Walt Ritscher From SilverlightCream.com: WP7: Screen Considerations for Developers Anton Polimenov ...
[ A shameless repost of Joe Healy’s blog post ] Windows Phone Garage and FireStarter - East Coast Tour Fall 2010 Dream It. Build It. The power to build smart, visually stunning games and applications is right in your hands with Windows Phone 7. Want to see what's under the hood? You are invited to join your local Microsoft Developer Evangelists for an inside look at the Windows Phone 7 platform. You'll learn how to harness the strength of Silverlight and XNA to create compelling user experiences ...
As promised, a new post with the updated info on app submission. The following link is the official policy: http://windowsteamblog.com/... In relevant part, Annual registration fee of $99 No limit to the number of paid apps submitted 5 free apps per registration, $19.99 each after that I am sorry if I alarmed anyone (I was alarmed, myself). My other criticisms stand, but I am very glad that the other link ...
In this Issue: Michael Washington, Brian Noyes, Rudi Grobler, Benjamin Gavin, Walter Ferrari, Shawn Wildermuth, Jeff Wilcox(-2-), David Anson, Jeremy Likness, and Manuel Felício. Shoutout: Cigdem Patlak announced a SilverlightShow Webinar: Data binding in action by Gill Cleeren... check out Cigdem's post and sign up... it's tomorrow, August 19th! Shawn Wildermuth shares What I learned about Windows Phone 7 from Android From SilverlightCream.com: The First Hour With Lightswitch –BETA- Curious about ...
Update 2: Excellent news! The $99 per app was wrong. See: http://windowsteamblog.com/... Thank you, Fred! Update 1: It's possible that somebody who didn't read closely looked at the old WM 6.X app cert docs, saw the $99 per app fee there, and thought it applied to WP7. I know people who "know people" and are investigating it. I'm very hopeful it's a mistake - see the end of my next post for how someone might ...
Announced today during gamescom 2010 in Cologne Germany was some huge news for those of us looking forward to Windows Phone 7 and mobile gaming on Xbox Live. Not only do we now have an extensive list of games coming out at launch, but they have also given us some solid details on what to expect from the Games Hub and Xbox Live as well. One of the best features I’m happy to hear about is that Live Messaging between your Gaming friends will be available via the WP7 device. That means we can stay in ...
Wow its already another Monday and that means its time for the Postback report and a quick overview of some of the things I did this past week. I started playing around with some App ideas and using some sample data and binding with Silverlight for a WP7 app with Expression Blend. I’m having a blast and learning as well. Whistle while you work On the work side of things and where I earn a daily living… we’ve finally launched our first site using Sitefinity, so its time for me to move onto the next ...
In this Issue: Michael Washington, Michael Crump, Don Burnett, John Papa, Jeremy Alles, Rob Miles(-2-), and David Gadd. From SilverlightCream.com: Silverlight Open File Dialog Behavior (MVVM) Michael Washington has a cool post up on building a Behavior in Blend to produce an Open File Dialog. “Fade in” Screen in Silverlight 4 Michael Crump responds to some questions about a 'fade-in' screen effect built with Expression Blend, and has a tutorial up on that and a demo page. Windows Phone Design Days ...
In this Issue: Michael Washington, Alex Yakhnin(-2-), Vikram Pendse, Kunal Chowdhury, Braulio Diez, Antoni Dol, Nigel Sampson(-2-), Tim Heuer, and Jeff Wilcox. Shoutout: Erik Mork & Co. have their latest podcast up: Show 102: Windows Phone 7 Development Heats Up Einar Ingebrigtsen has a demo before and after of Balder - vertex colors From SilverlightCream.com: A Simple DataGrid Delete Button Using View Model / MVVM Michael Washington has another post up discussing the DataGrid Delete Button, ...