this is one of the best i ever seen in the recent history!.. amazing blog!
Thanks for visit to my personal blog. I would like to work together with you some of the works.
Wow!!! Good job. Could I take some of yours triks to build my own site?
I browse and saw you website and I found it very interesting.Thank you for the good work, greetings
we havent keep it touch for long time. Is everything ok?
you use new mail?
I’ve been here for several times and this is the first time of my comment. Yes, you’re doing really great work and they all are very useful for people. Thank you so much for all of your efforts.
Now let me ask one question, i saw your name and website in there.
It’s mean that you are trying to translate WP to Myanmar?
And then i’m in too. I’m currently trying to translate WP.org to Myanmar Language. After that i’ll try to translate all other relatives to WP. I hope we can do something together for that. And please let me know how can i contact you?
If you have something want to say, please drop a few lines to there. [email@example.com]
[Sorry for my English.]
I like your blog. Your blog is full with rich contents.
Last week i just got the info from my friends how to install CAB on vista. (of course from your site).
Thanks bro…. keep going…
I was here in 2008 :)
Thanks for sharing!
I am really impressed by your prompt replies on forums in http://silverlight.net/.
Wishing you a very good luck.
Thank for a very good information
I have some qouestion to ask you about webcam streaming on web page
Could you help me!?!
I look forward to hearing from you
Reply from “Michael Sync”
Due to the security reason, you won’t be able to access the microphone and webcam from websites unless it’s a trust site. You will need to find other workarounds.
I love your work! Keep it up!!
Wow.! i found another great blog.!!
Thanks Michael .. I’ll visit often
keep up ur good works
Thanks so much for being a font of information and solutions about Silverlight! Your blog has already been immensely useful to me in the 30 minutes I’ve been reading it.
Been interested in Silverlight since it was WPF/E, stopped around Thanksgiving (work and holiday craziness). Seeing the DeepZoom stuff really put a fire under me again.
A million or so years ago (er, 2001), I was doing a lot of stuff with VML and SMIL2 in IE 5.5, and wrote an article for Webmonkey about it http://www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/01/24/index3a.html
I’m so happy things have evolved since then vs. a collection of orphaned hacks.
Thanks again, I’ll be visiting often.
helpful Thanks ^_^
I don’t know if you relize this but in a lot of your help on the Silverlight forum, you come off as sort of condescending jerk. I chalked it up to an ESL problem at first but after seeing a few more, I wonder. Just a friendly heads up. The people going to the forums for help do appreciate yu help but not the belittlement.
I appologize in advance if I am off here and it is just an ESL thing.
Reply from Michael Sync
Hi Alan Alda,
I never say anything bad to other people. I never look down to other… Can you give me a link if you found some threads? I’m really surprise to get the comments like that.
I have saw this post(http://silverlight.net/forums/p/14362/47303.aspx) you replied about saving control to image.
I know that it doesn’t work because of security in SL(by the way,it seem that don’t serialize XAML as well in SL),but I do implement this function for requirement.
So what else solution to this problem
I urgently need its solution,thank you very much!
Visited your site!
Like it much…will come back often to read ur posts..
although i m pc idiot,…still thanks for all the posts with information on software and programs related!
keep it up..
my first silverlight application build progress takes too long time.
cpu shows 100% – I am using msvs2008 on vista (home).
so I have to close my IDE by killing its process or korner close button.
after that cpu still shows 100% and I must restart my pc.
Hey thanks for visiting my site. Are you IN singapore? it would be great to have you drop by one of our events :)
A great blog. :) It helps me in Silverlight…….
Hey, its a great blog though u can work on organising it a bit more, some articles are really good, and some of the poems n jokes were cool too, iam sure u will have many more readers in the near future…keep it up!!
I see that you have some really good collection of controls – Keep up the great work!
And thanks a lot for your hard work…:)
Hey Michael, I came to your site looking for a way to whitespace my null datetime field in a repeater. Thanks for the tip.. Nice blog.
Just GOOG on your blog with the search entry “Windows XP source code” !!! nice article on that btw, but i was actually trying to find the source code of the codename “Midori”, that i read on ZDNet :)
Good continuation in your blog, i’ll just add up in my blog roll :)
“Greats things need to be shared !!!”
I find your web site very useful and rich in high quality content.
I will like to see more about Silverlight tips and trick.
Thank you Micheal
ur site is very useful.i am expecting more in c#3.0 tutorial
This site looks to be very useful. I must add this to my fav list.
keep up the good work…im doing some self study of silverlight.im no computer engineer or whatever,…just some enthusiast.gotta find someone who can show me how that works..anyway..just droppin by..saying hello..=)
thnx in advance.
Bharani again.. wat im asking as popup is something like GREYBOX, LIGHTBOX u have given.. with added visual effects. not the regular popup one….
Oh.. this is a guest book. I learned a lot from here.
Hey Man, how are you, i came to your website after long time. and guess what i have found.
The very same old Michael Ready to help others
Thanks for the great blog entry on Firebug. I found it very informative.
Congratulations for joining WPF/Silverlight Insiders. Unfortunately, this means you’ll be too busy to be posting. I like your posts because they are distinct from others.
Since you are quite knowledgeable in the web development area, I would love to get an advice from you.
I’m currently educating myself through:
1. ASP.Net book
2. CSS book
3. C# book
4. Silverlight Book and blogs
5. SQL Server 2005 video training from CBT Nuggets.
I have to say that I don’t have any real practical experience even though I’m a Computer Science graduate. From your experience, what do you think I should do to become a real web developer, And how long do you think it will take?
By the way, I get a salary for doing NOTHING! (This explains the lack of practical experience). That means, all the 24 hours are up to me to divide. Yet, it seems time is not enough!!!
Thanks in advance.
ACE – well, not really :( .
I just started a blog and need a theme made… I have all the design work done but I have no idea how to make this theme. The tutorials I’ve read make no sense to me at all, could you point me in the right direction to getting some one who could do this for me?
I posted 2 questions on silverlight.net (http://silverlight.net/forums/t/42010.aspx and http://silverlight.net/forums/t/42450.aspx) and it seems like nobody knows how to answer. So I created a demo project which I would like you to check out, why I get an exception:
Could not load file or assembly ‘System.Runtime.Serialization, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral,
PublicKeyToken=7cec85d7bea7798e’ or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
Is there a way to send a solution project to you by some email?
Thanks in advance,
I see you are going the Silverlight way.
I wish there were some other people we both know that could visualize as well the benefits of the platform :)
I’ve added your blog link please keep us all update.
Do you really want to lose you life? I am stating my opinion so please dont get mad. Did you know that, more than 600,000 deaths in the U.S. each year are from smoking-related illnesses. Just think about it. You could be one of those 600,000 people. Do you really want to risk that?
Hi Michael Sync,
I stumbled upon your site when I was searching for database connectivity using JS in google. Really you provided wonderful information. And then I started browsing other pages in your site and I felt that I should really compliment you.
One suggestion I want to make is you are providing information regarding only .net related languages and packages. It would be good if we can find Java and J2EE related information also. I am interested in both of the technologies, by the way.
Any how, this is a wonderful work from you, keep going!
I’m Khanh Le. I’m working for Xuenn too, but remotely from Vietnam.
Nice to know you. My LinkedIn profile is at http://www.linkedin.com/in/khanhlnq . I hope to see you soon in Singapore.
sorry for my late visit!!!
very valuable website…
keep up the great job…
I really like your spring scape design I use for igoogle, there’s something very cheerful and comforting about it. I think you should make the images available as prints or something, as they would be lovely for a child’s bedroom or something!
I love the way you explain stuffs around here, and extremely impress by how you spend your time to distinguish information within an article, high light important point by using remarked picture.
It’s beyond awesome.
Keep up the good work
I came across your excellent article on CRUD with ADO.NET Data Services using Silverlight on the Code Project website.
Has the code/content been updated for SL 2.0 released in October 2008 ? If not what changes are needed since I’m new at this.
Your guidance is much appreciated.
Just curious, why don’t you do this blog in silverlight? I Love silverlight. But, people I talk to often point out that the tutorial sites FOR silverlight etc. aren’t done WITH silverlight. Right before they say it can’t compete… They’re wrong of course! I took the silverlight challenge and now I pose it to you and your blog users: Walk the walk and do it all with silverlight.
Nice man you are !
So much of helping tendecny you got .
Thanks and Kepp it up.
Hope you remember me and old days in GC…
It was like memory revisited going through your blog and few images of you, phillu [i.e. Philip], Julia, Grace, lillian, Eve, and all….
Really, it’s been a long time since we guyz have moved out and went into different directions.
Its been a eventful journey for me and hope for you too. Please pass on my Hello to each one I know there….
Would like to be in touch with all of you.. .
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