Category: Microsoft

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Evolution of Windows Explorer

Nice post of Steven Sinofsky on MSDN blogs about the history and future of Windows Explorer. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/b8/archive/2011/08/29/improvements-in-windows-explorer.aspx (edit 31-08-2011) And Martin Tirion of Microsoft Netherlands wrote about it a day later (in Dutch). http://blogs.microsoft.nl/blogs/ux/archive/2011/08/30/windows-explorer-in-windows-8-en-user-experience.aspx

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Storing and retrieving WPF RibbonWindow settings (including the usercustomizable QuickAccessToolbar)

When you’re creating a desktop application you’d probably want to store some user settings. Especially when using the Ribbon inside your application, there are several things (like RibbonIsMinimized and ShowQuickAccessToolBarOnTop) that users can set...

Microsoft Silverlight 5.0 features for developers 0

Microsoft Silverlight 5.0 features for developers

Recently on Silverlight 5.0 Firestarter event ScottGu has announced road map for Silverlight 5.0. There will be lots of features that will be there in Silverlight 5.0 but here are few glimpses of Silverlight...

Windows 7 0

Windows 7

I’ve been using Windows 7 Enterprise (RTM) for about a week now, and I must say, I really see the benefits of working with it. Although you might consider it “Windows Vista +”, I’m...

Expression Blend not for Designers, but for Integrators 6

Expression Blend not for Designers, but for Integrators

Last Friday I was at the SDN Event in Houten, where I followed several UX tracks, and spoke with the speakers afterwards. I was trying to find out how they worked with Designers and...

Designers & Developers within the ALM / TFS vision. 0

Designers & Developers within the ALM / TFS vision.

What Wikipedia says about ALM: Application lifecycle management (ALM) is the marriage of business management to software engineering made possible by tools that facilitate and integrate requirements management, architecture, coding, testing, tracking, and release...

Blend 3 0

Blend 3

Most people probably already know that Microsoft’s MIX09 event took place last week. Because I am specialized in Microsoft development, this event has introduced a lot of interesting new stuff. But because there are...

Meet Adaptive IT 0

Meet Adaptive IT

For those here in the Netherlands, my company has given the opportunity for those interested to learn more about Adaptive IT. The event is on the 20th of April. Look for more information on...