Matthias Shapiro

microsoft windows phone evangelist, infovis enthusiast

Monthly Archives: February 2009

Bookmarks for February 27th

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These are my links for February 27th: Quick Tip: Expression Blend - the Hand - Long story short: press the spacebar to use

Source Code For Presidential Candidate Tracker Visualization

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Due to repeated requests for the source code (and the fact that I apparently can't brag about it on Silverlight.Net without

Potential MIX 09 Wii-C# Programmer Meetup

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It’s not set in stone, but Brian Peek is trying to see if anyone who has played around with homebrew Wiimote projects and

Using Silverlight to Display JSON Data (Collected From The New York Times API)

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In this post, you’ll either need to walk through this tutorial on how to call and prepare JSON data gathered from the New

Adventures with JSON and Silverlight (and the New York Times)

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Summary: In this post, I walk through the basics of using Silverlight to query the New York Times Article API and display

InfoViz Project For Tim Heuer – Presidential Candidate Tracker

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UPDATE: I've made the source code available for download here. Yeah, yeah... I know it's long past the time when anyone

Bookmarks for February 20th

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These are my links for February 20th: XAML Guidelines for Creating a Composite UI - Andrej Tozon's blog | Design a

Bookmarks for February 10th

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These are my links for February 10th: Integrating Silverlight and ASP.NET MVC - Vital information if you're using

Which Separation Pattern Is Best For Silverlight?

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I don't know the answer to the question above... I'm still experimenting in that regard. But if you have time, Joel Neubeck

Bookmarks for February 10th

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These are my links for February 10th: Shawn Wildermuth - Drag and Drop in Silverlight 2 - Seems like obvious drag-and-drop