Monthly Archives: May 2010

How to Download All Videos of Channel 9’s Silverlight 4 Training Kit

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] This is for everyone who wants to download all the videos of Channel 9’s Silverlight 4 Training Kit so that you can view the videos even when not connected to the internet. I used the Free Download … Continue reading

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32-bit Automation Servers Not Found in DCOMCNFG.EXE in Windows 7 64-bit OS

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] Problem: When I first ran DCOMCNFG.EXE in my Windows 7 64-bit operating system, I could not find my 32-bit automation servers in the list as compared to when I did it in any 32-bit operating systems. The … Continue reading

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Brad Abrams of Silverlight/.Net Framework Going Google

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] As I started a new Silverlight project, I thought of revisiting the Silverlight/WCF RIA Services Tutorial blog series by Brad Abrams. It was a very helpful tutorial series when I was working on WCF RIA Services.  Aside … Continue reading

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I Attended the Windows Azure Partner Workshop

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] I, together with 2 members of my team, attended the Windows Azure Partner Workshop yesterday May 17, 2010 at the Manila B room of Makati Shangri-la Hotel. It was a free one-day workshop sponsored by Microsoft Philippines … Continue reading

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Silverlight 4 Tools for Visual Studio Graduated from RC2

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] The final bits of Silverlight 4 are out with the release of the Silverlight 4 Tools for Visual Studio 2010. See Tim Heuer’s post about this release. Although Silverlight 4 was officially released in April, the installers … Continue reading

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BadImageFormatException in 64-Bit Environment

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] Scenario: I have a WCF Service which instantiates a .Net DLL which in turn creates an instance of a COM object using System.Reflection. This WCF Service ran perfectly on a 32-bit Windows 7 machine and was even … Continue reading

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Setting Up LinkedIn in Outlook 2010

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] I successfully installed Office 2010 Professional Plus Edition 32-bit on my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit laptop and one of the new features that caught my eye was what Microsoft called the People Pane. Sometimes I get too … Continue reading

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Editing Captivate 3 Full Motion Recording File

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] It’s my first time to use Captivate 3 and I am surprised that it doesn’t have the capability to sliced through the timeline of a Full Motion Recording (FMR) and delete or split some portions. It allows … Continue reading

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Microsoft: 64-Bit Office 2010 Not Ready — Visual Studio Magazine

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] I would like to share this article from Visual Studio Magazine, Microsoft: 64-Bit Office 2010 Not Ready as a heads up to those who are as excited as me to install Office 2010 in our 64-bit machines. … Continue reading

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