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Ian Blackburn from BBits.co.uk presentsa summary of the keynotes and sessions from the recent MIX10 conference in Las Vegas. ...

Ian Blackburn from BBits.co.uk presentsa summary of the keynotes and sessions from the recent MIX10 conference in Las Vegas.

This presentation was given on 24th March 2010 at the EMC Consulting office in London.

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    • Mix 10 Keynotes and Sessions
      A short and subjective overview by Ian Blackburn
    • Day 1 Key Note
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    • Bing Maps Video
      http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/blaise_aguera.html
    • Scott Guthrie – Silverlight 4
      "Most important Mix ever"
      "User Experience more important than ever"
      “Silverlight Installed on 60% of Internet connected devices”
      Pivot Control
      Blend 4 - free upgrade
      Webcam integration
      SL4 RC available - final next month
      More from Ian S in a minute
    • Windows Phone 7 - Joe Bellfiore
      Silverlight on the Phone or XNA
      “Smart Design and Integrated Experiences (Web, Apps and Data)”
      Live Tiles
      App Bar
      Hubs
      Slick animation
      Custom skins on apps
      Push notifications
      Accelerometer
      Demo Apps
      Marketplace
      Free tools for Windows Phone Development!
      More from Ian B in a minute!
    • John Harris on WP7 Design in Blend 4
      Great run through of creating a data bound app in Blend 4 using a view model in 8 minutes
    • Day 2 Key Note
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    • IE9 - Dean Hachamovitch
      Hardware accelerated
      HTML 5
      Standards Compliant
      New JS Script engine
      Platform preview available now
      More from Ian S in a minute
    • Scott Guthrie & Scott Hanselman – VS 2010
      Out next month with .Net 4
      Multi-Monitor Support, Intellisense improvements
      Code Visualization, Profiling and Debugging Improvements
      Asp.Net 4 – clean Markup, smaller ViewState, clean Url’s, new controls
      MVC 2
      AJAX – JS Intellisense improvements,
      Deployment easier
      jQuery love + client templates
      John Resig – excited to have MS on board
      "Making your privates public“
      Web Platform Installer
    • Dallas & oData - Doug Purdy
      Odata
      Easy to consume
      Easy to create
      Rich query
      Dallas - marketplace for data
      Can use Sql Azure
      www.odata.org
      Iphone support/Objective C, Excel, SharePoint, Palm Pre oData Clients
      http://odata.Netflix.com
    • Bill Buxton
      Usual inspiration from an unexpected angle
      NUI interface for painting
      NUI design reflects the skills of the user
      “Keep it natural”
      "We're getting a free flute!"
      Distortions on the video to illustrate NUI concepts
      His sessions “sink in” later and make people talk about them
    • Personal Selection of Sessions
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    • Silverlight 4
      Microsoft Silverlight 4 Business Applications
      Enjoyable whirlwind tour of features in SL4 from a business perspective. Perhaps a little basic and superficial in places, but still plenty of value
      The Microsoft Silverlight Analytics Framework
      Fantastic to see this new framework
      Understanding the Model-View-ViewModel Pattern
      Good explanation coupled with tips and tricks
      Developing with WCF RIA Services Quickly and Effectively
      Nikhil Kothari explores RIA together with MVVM
      Building an Accessible Microsoft Silverlight Experience
      Nothing new, but essential info if you need accessibility support
    • Windows Phone
      Changing our Game – an Introduction to Windows Phone 7 Series
      Big picture of the platform
      Windows Phone Application Platform Architecture
      Deep dive into architecture, explaining multi-tasking among others from IstvanCseri
      Building Windows Phone Applications with Silverlight, Part 1
      Mike Harsh runs through key features with some nice demos
      Building Windows Phone Applications with Silverlight, Part 2
      Peter Torrbuilds on Mike session looking at notifications among other things
      Silverlight Performance on Windows Phone
      Haven’t seen this yet but Seema’s talk last year was excellent
    • Other
      Total Experience Design
      Paul Dawson does a splendid job explaining and illustrating his concept
      Lap around the Windows Azure Platform
      If like me you haven’t delved into Azure yet, this will give you the heads up. Also shows the OneBigSlide.com Silverlight app.
      The Mono Project
      Miguel is always entertaining, and manages to keep it together even through “weird technical issues”
      An Hour With Bill Buxton
      Interesting as usual, not least for his subtle debunking of Agile practices about half way through