This year, I was very privileged to be asked to present the Cloud Hack event. In these videos we go behind the scenes and talk to the participants and to the API partners who kindly gave us access to their web APIs for the day.
I’ve been a massive fan of Silverlight development since it’s first version. But HTML5 is an interesting new challenger to the graphics capabilities of Silverlight.
I’m presenting at this year’s Microsoft Hack Day. This year’s theme is Microsoft Azure and using cool APIs to write innovative applications for the cloud.
Hooking Stuff Together
The Cloud Hack event is a celebration of all that is good about Web 2.0 development on the Microsoft stack. To paraphrase great all-round architecture dude and high priest of SOA, Microsoft’s Pat Helland, it’s really all about Hooking Stuff Together.
Geoff Webber-Cross, one of my most excellent Silverlight and SharePoint alumni, has just started a blog and published a neat extension to the Silverlight 4 Toolkit to implement chart zooming and panning.