John O'Brien has written a article "Twenty Ways to use the Virtual Earth Platform as a Developer": Twenty ways to use the Virtual Earth Platform as a developer
And a few minutes ago I published a How-To aticle on using Virtual Earth in a simple pushpin application using PHP and MySQL: Creating a Virtual Earth Map from MySQL
New article by Bob Beauchemin on MSDN --
"SQL Server 2008 offers a number of enhancements, including new data types, new T-SQL statements, and incremental changes to Microsoft .NET Framework support, XML support, and the Service Broker feature. By far, the biggest and most exciting change for developers is the SQL Server 2008 support for spatial data—a powerful addition to the SQL Server programmer's toolbox. In this column, I'm going to present a short overview of spatial data and
Updated 01-24-2009 at 05:49 AM by MapPoint & VE News (change title)
The MapForums community calendar lists upcoming webcasts and other events related to MapPoint and the Virtual Earth Platform in general.
Next week, Chris Pendleton will be presenting at the EUCI GIS Conference in San Antonio, TX.
In February, Geoffrey Emery will be talking about developing with Virtual Earth in an episode of geekSpeak via an MSDN webcast.
Registered MapForums members can post new events view the calendar. Register at MapForums.
Updated 01-23-2009 at 09:52 AM by Eric Frost
Richard Marsden who runs the site Winwaed.com and Mapping-Tools.com has launched a new web publication "Geoweb Guru" at GeowebGuru.com. The website is intended to cover the Geospatial Web in all its forms including the MapPoint Web Service, Virtual Earth, and the Virtual Earth Web Service. Content is intended to be technical rather than marketing fluff, will target all levels from very basic "how tos" and technical overviews as
Updated 01-23-2009 at 01:03 PM by Eric Frost
About two years ago, I wrote an article for MP2KMag about a real time tracker for the In International Space Station, that was implemented as a Vista Gadget with Virtual Earth.
This has been updated for Virtual Earth v6.2, Epoch 2009, and the latest Vista XML changes; and I have just republished it on the Geoweb Guru site: Writing a Vista Gadget with Virtual Earth: Part 2, Tracking the International Space Station