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Category Archives: Design
Steve is a software developer with a passion for building quality software as effectively as possible. He’s also EVP, Services for Telerik. Steve has published several courses on Pluralsight, covering design patterns, software architecture, and improving software quality. He’s … Continue reading
Jeff Fritz joins me in a discussion of One ASP.Net. This discussion became the basis for our forthcoming Pluralsight course One ASP.NET From Scratch. Jeff is a Technical Evangelist for Telerik. He can be reached on Twitter as @csharpFritz and … Continue reading
John Bristowe joins John Galloway and me to talk about HTML5 and also to talk about putting the web on a diet. John is a fascinating and very passionate ex-Microsoft Evangelist and current Telerik Evangelist. Device APIs Working Group HTTP … Continue reading
Shameless self-promotion warning! I have released my first (but not last) Pluralsight course, Windows 8 From Start To Store . This XAML and C# – based course covers everything from design fundamentals to data to getting your app in the … Continue reading
Talking with Laurent Bugnion about MVVM in detail, including the ins and outs of commanding and managing events in Windows 8. MVVM Light Laurent’s blog IdentityMine Behaviors for Windows 8 (Joost van Schaik, uses Rx) Jesse’s book on LINQ … Continue reading
In an earlier post I introduced the initial wire-frame design for an application that I’ll be creating from scratch in XAML and C#, tentatively named Conference Buddy. As noted in that article, Phil Japikse will be creating the same application … Continue reading