My Contributions has been recognized by Microsoft

Thursday, April 28, 2011


today morning when I was checking my mails, I received mail from support@microsoftcommunitycontributor.com with subject “Your online community contributions have been recognized by Microsoft” I was pretty surprised to see this mail. Microsoft awarded me Microsoft Community Contributor Award for 2011.

This award is for participants who have made notable contributions in Microsoft online community forums such as TechNet, MSDN and Answers. I always like to answer the questions in forums. By this way I can help some one and this also helps me in learning new things.

Thanks Microsoft for giving this award

AUC seminar on New Technologies and entrepreneurship

Sunday, April 24, 2011






















Seminar on Latest Technologies and entrepreneurship , Creativity.


Speakers
.net foundation by Muhammad Atif Hussain (MCT,MCPD (en))
Asp.net By Sharyar Javed (MCPD)
Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 by Usama Wahab Khan
Share-Point By Shakir Majeed Khan
Sql Server By Muhammad Atif Hussain (MCT,MCPD (en))

Tech.net User Group April Event

On 23rd April 2011, we organized two more awesome community events, named ‘April Event’ and ‘LIVE Online Sharepoint 2010′ respectively. It was held The Softlink (one of our sponsors). We want at thank all the speakers, organizers and all of the attendees for making the event successful.

Agenda:

Silverlight by Usama Wahab Khan

Presentation:

Resources:

  1. http://www.silverlight.net
  2. http://usamawahabkhan.blogspot.com/

Windows Phone 7 by Mauhib Iqbal

Presentation:

Resources:

  1. http://create.msdn.com/en-US/
  2. http://www.yallaapps.com/

Sharepoint by Saifullah Shafiq

This session was done LIVE Online. It was really amazing and interactive. I will be sharing the presentation and resources very soon.

Overall the sessions were very interactive and everybody participated and enjoyed very much.

Networking:

Lucky Draw:

I want to congratulate all the lucky draw winners.

I want to thank all the speakers for their time and knowledge:

Please send us feedback and suggestions by commenting on this post or emailing me atmauhib@technetug.com

IBA Session on XAML

Wednesday, April 20, 2011











Details Session on WPF Technologies and hand on lab with IBA Students. This training has been arranged by Microsoft

Workshop on Microsoft Technologies Biztek

Sunday, April 17, 2011
















Its a great experience to visit Biztek and got the to interact with energic Students of Biztek and committed facility . Share my knowledge with them .

we done workshop with hand on Web Technologies . this training arranged by Microsoft Pakistan .

Finally Silverlight 5 Beta Is Available

Wednesday, April 13, 2011



Silverlight 5 continues the pace of rapid innovation, building on Silverlight 4's capabilities in the areas of rich applications and premium media experiences. With over 40 new features, the Silverlight 5 beta highlights dramatic video quality and performance improvements, as well as new capabilities that improve developer productivity


proved media support and rich UI capabilities:

Hardware Decode and presentation of H.264 improve performance for lower-power devices to render high-definition video using GPU support.

TrickPlay allows video to be played at different speeds and supports fast-forward and rewind. At up to twice the speed, audio pitch correction allows users to watch videos while preserving a
normal audio pitch.

Improved power awareness prevents the screen saver from being shown while watching video and allows the computer to sleep when video is not active.

Remote-control support allows users to control media playback.

Digital rights management advancements allow seamless switching between DRM media sources.

Building next-generation business applications:
Networking and Windows Communication Foundation enhancements:
Silverlight 5 performance improvements include:

Graphics improvements:

Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) accelerated 3-D application programming interface (API) provides rich graphics on the Web for building advanced data visualizations and rich user experience (UI).
Immediate mode graphics API allows direct rendering to the GPU.
Hardware acceleration is enabled in windowless mode with Internet Explorer 9.


Silverlight 5 extends features of the ‘Trusted Application’ model to the browser for the first time. These features, when enabled via a group policy registry key and an application certificate, mean users won’t need to leave the browser to perform complex tasks:

Host HTML content as a Web browser control within the Silverlight application. HTML pages, such as help content or e-mail, can be integrated within the application.
Read and write files to the user’s My Documents folder, making it easier to find media files or create local copies of reports.


Additional Silverlight 5 Features Included in this Beta
  • Hardware video decode for H.264 playback.
  • Multi‐core background JIT support for improved startup performance.
  • ComboBox type ahead with text searching.
  • Full keyboard support in full‐screen for trusted in‐browser applications, enables richer kiosk and
  • media viewing applications in‐browser.
  • Default filename in SaveFileDialog – Specify a default filename when you launch the SaveFileDialog.
  • Unrestricted filesystem access – trusted applications can Read write to files in any directory on
  • the filesystem.
  • Improved Graphics stack – The graphics stack has been re‐architected to bring over
  • improvements from WP7, such as Independent Animations.
  • Performance optimizations –
  • XAML Parser performance optimizations.
  • Network Latency optimizations. Text layout performance improvements.
  • Hardware acceleration is enabled in windowless mode with Internet Explorer 9.Silverlight 5 Features not included in this Beta
  • The Beta is a step towards the final release of Silverlight 5. The full feature set planned for Silverlight 5
  • was announced at the Firestarter event in December 2011 and also includes the following features not
  • shipped in this Beta:
  • Support for Postscript vector printing enables users to create reports and documents, including
  • the ability to create a virtual print view different from what is shown on the screen.
  • Improved power awareness prevents the screen saver from being shown while watching video and allows the computer to sleep when video is not active.
  • Remote control support, allowing users to control media playback
  • DRM advancements that allow seamless switching between DRM media sources.
  • Enhanced OpenType support.
  • Fluid user interface enables smoother animation within the UI. Inter‐Layout Transitions allow
  • developers to specify animations to apply when elements are added, removed or re‐ordered
  • within a layout. This provides smoother user experiences when, for example, items are inserted
  • into a list.
  • Text clarity is improved with Pixel Snapping.
  • The DataContextChanged event is being introduced.
  • WS‐Trust support: Security Assertion Markup Language authentication token.
  • 64 bit support
  • COM Interop for trusted applications running in‐browser.
  • Calling unmanaged code using P/Invoke from trusted applications in and out of browser.
  • The Pivot viewer control enables a visual way to rapidly sort through large collections of
  • graphical data, for example a catalog of movies represented by images of dvd covers, using
  • intuitive transitions to show the effects of filters on the result set

Download Silverlight 5 Beta and Tools

Window Phone FireStarter

Monday, April 11, 2011








Download Presentation from here



Speaker and Trainer
Usama Wahab Khan
T.A
Salman Shakeel (biztek MSP)

Window Phone FireStarter Registration Now

Thursday, April 7, 2011



Microsoft innovation centre invites you for Windows phone 7 training at Microsoft innovation centre. This training is arranged to empower students with the latest cutting edge technology.
Basic Agenda :
This training course is geared for beginners who want to get started with developing applications for the latest Windows Phone operating system.
Even if you don’t know Silverlight or XNA Framework, you’ll find this Training Course useful. More seasoned Silverlight developers should also
find this course useful, as it explains some of the differences between Silverlight and Silverlight for the phone.

Date: 11 April 2011
Venue: Microsoft Innovation centre
Time: 5:00 Pm - 7 :00 pm

for more details contact salman shakeel @ :salmanshakeel07@hotmail.com
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