dnrTV Show #104: Jim Duffy on Implementing Virtual Earth in ASP .NET

Posted in Web Technologies, Frameworks, Development on July 13, 2008

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Jim Duffy comes to the dnrTV screen this week with a great presentation using Microsoft's Virtual Earth in ASP .NET. Jim shows you how to incorporate live maps in your applications complete with push pins, lines, shapes, links and more.

Jim Duffy (jduffy@takenote.com) is founder and president of TakeNote Technologies. He has a BS degree in Computer and Information Systems and 20 years of programming and training experience. He is an exceptional trainer, skilled developer, and has been published in a number of leading publications including CoDe Magazine. Jim's passion for teaching and presenting, combined with his humorous and quick-witted approach, have made him a popular speaker at international developer conferences, regional conferences, and local user groups. His most recent speaking appearance was at the DevTeach 2007 conference in Montreal Canada. Jim specializes in Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server development, including converting VB6 and Visual FoxPro applications to .NET. Jim is a Regional Directory, a member of the INETA speakers bureau and is also a Microsoft VB.NET MVP.

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Tags: Web 2.0, Frameworks, ASP.NET, Virtual Earth, .NET Framework, dnrTV