The Thirsty Developer: The Virtual Earth Edition

The Thirsty Developer

In this show, we talk with Chris Pietschmann, a developer and a Microsoft MVP on the Virtual Earth platform. Chris tells us how he got started on Virtual Earth back in the beta of version 1.0 and gives us a good overview of the product. Virtual Earth Links (c...

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In this show, we talk with Chris Pietschmann, a developer and a Microsoft MVP on the Virtual Earth platform.  Chris tells us how he got started on Virtual Earth back in the beta of version 1.0 and gives us a good overview of the product.

Virtual Earth Links (courtesy of Chris):

Chris Pietschmann's Blog - http://pietschsoft.com

Virtual Earth Dev Site - http://dev.live.com/virtualearth

Virtual Earth Interactive SDK - http://dev.live.com/virtualearth/sdk

Mike Garza - Virtual Earth Concepts - http://garzilla.net/vemaps/

Via Virtual Earth - http://viavirtualearth.com

MapCruncher - http://dev.live.com/virtualearth/mapcruncher/

PietschSoft.VE - Open Source ASP.NET Virtual Earth Mapping Server Control - http://codplex.com/PietschSoftVE3

Simplovation Web.Maps.VE - ASP.NET AJAX Virtual Earth Mapping Server Control - http://simplovation.com/page/webmapsve.aspx Zune Contest

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Download / Listen to the Show

http://thirstydeveloper.com/Shows/TD023-VirtualEarth.mp3

Blogs you should know Virtual Earth 3D Team Blog Mark Brown's Virtual Earth Blog Ways to connect with Dave and Larry: Dave's Blog, Twitter Feed, Facebook Profile Larry's Blog, Twitter Feed, Facebook Profile

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