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As I promised in my last post, I feel the need to give you a rundown on all the technical content I am looking forward to checking out at Tech Ed this year. We shall start with the content I know I'll be able to see. This would be some demo stations in the Technical Learning Center. I will DEFINITELY be checking out the Windows Phone Device Bar. I will admit that I am a bit of a phone snob, and I just want to manhandle all that sexy, sexy tech. I am also planning on talking to the Windows Phone team ......

Greetings. I know I have been in work sponsored hiding lately. We are working furiously on a beta project to secure a contract, and I can't really talk about it yet. Hopefully, the contracts will be soon signed. Not only will we then have money, but I can talk about all this really cool tech with which I have been playing. However, since the contract is not signed, I need to bring you people up to date with where I will be during the summer. Let's face it, you can't be a speaker / blogger without ......

When Microsoft announced that Windows Phone 7.5 would support applications that contained both Silverlight and XNA, I was really excited. However, after I played with it, I ran into one little annoyance. You are forced into a non-XNA enabled page by default1. After some experimentation, I found a way to make lemonade. I used the ease of Silverlight animation to create my Splash Screen page. After the animation completes, it passes control to the actual XNA-enabled PhoneApplicationPage. However, this ......