4 Calendars & Plans for 2010 / 5770

I live, more or less consciously. in the rhythm of four calendars; three of which are very closely aligned:

  • The Gregorian Calendar (Today is 12/20/2009)
  • The Jewish Calendar (Today is 3rd of Tevet, 5770 )
  • The Microsoft Fiscal Year (Today is about 3.5 months into my yearly commitments)
  • The Academic Calendar (while my kids are in school)

Fortunately, the last three more or less align, so I tend to think in terms of two New Year’s – two times a year to revisit what I’m doing and recommit: early September and about now.

Projects for Jan 1 – end of Microsoft FY

Silverlight HVP

This is a core commitment, both in terms of my commitments to Microsoft and to the community. It is also a labor of love – what could be more fund than bringing together a project that lets me work an application with potentially high value that also spins out learning material (mini-tutorials, tutorials, videos, etc.)  The state of this project as of Dec 19, 09, can be found here.

Expect to see updates at least weekly and “releases” every other Wednesday as documented here.

Tutorials & Mini-tutorials

The Mini-Tutorials will focus on the following areas

The Tutorials will often be roll-ups and integration of various mini-tutorials and videos. Expect to see mini-tutorials about weekly, and Tutorials about every six weeks.

Blogging

The blog will focus on the following topics (leavened now and again with other things as they occur to me):

  • Mini- Tutorials
  • HVP Status Updates
  • Geek Profiles
  • Twitter – Micro-blogging.

Videos

Videos will focus strongly on Silverlight 4 and MEF, SMF and WCF RIA Services

Conferences & Presentations

  • Plans
  • Trip Reports

About Jesse Liberty

Jesse Liberty is the Principal Mobile Developer with IFS Core. He has three decades of experience writing and delivering software projects. He is the author of 2 dozen books and a couple dozen Pluralsight & LinkedIn Learning courses, and has been a Senior Technical Evangelist for Microsoft, a Distinguished Software Engineer for AT&T, a VP for Information Services for Citibank and a Software Architect for PBS. He is a Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer and a Xamarin MVP and a Microsoft MVP.
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