PDC2010 kicks off today! Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2010 (PDC2010) is available for live treaming through Microsoft’s website.
You can grab the schedule of the three-day event and the live online video stream from the link below.
Microsoft has announced a near-final version of its multimedia web technology Silverlight. The Release Candidate (RC) follows on from the beta version released at the Professional Developers Conference in November 2009.
Microsoft made the announcement at its MIX 10 conference at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. The corporation was keen to talk up Silverlight’s rate of adoption and noted that installations are approaching 60 per cent of all “internet devices” worldwide.
Microsoft says that’s an increase of nearly 15 per cent in just four months and wheeled out demos from partners [...]
Silverlight 4 beta version has been released to public and is now available for download. Silverlight 4 promises to enhance the overall user experience, improving speed, performance and rendering for browsers.
This was announced and released yesterday at the day 2 of Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2009 (PDC09).
Silverlight 4 was presented and demonstrated with some practical applications that are able to take pictures and modify the image in real-time, using a web-based service. Microsoft also released some, statistics on Silverlight 3, being installed on 33% of all computers and [...]
At the day 2 of Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2009 (PDC09), the Internet Explorer team unveiled Internet Explorer 9, aka IE9, which they have started working on three weeks only, prior to the event.
The early preview build of Internet Explorer 9 was demonstrated by Steven Sinofsky, President of Windows and Windows Live Division.
Internet Explorer 9 Screenshots
Image Credit: Long Zheng
Internet Explorer 9 will, along with other new features, use the power of your GPU to render graphics. Now this sounds interesting for a browser to use our GPU, but still it’s IE and we’ll [...]