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The goal is to persist data to a file. You might do this for any number of reasons, including storing away user-preferences or, in this case, storing away data to protect you from a crash. In this simple application we … Continue reading
I don’t believe in skimping on tools. I write software, so I have big monitors and a great chair, and powerful Macs. I write mobile apps, so I have a bunch of phones. But AirPods are not part of my … Continue reading
I recently tweeted a request for nominations for best utilities and productivity tools for Developers working on the Mac. This list is an aggregate of my recommendations and those of others who I greatly respect. They are listed in no … Continue reading
News flash from the department of shameless self promotion: I’m pleased to say that I’ll be speaking at DevIntersection 2017 in Orlando. Click on the image for more info, and use the code LIBERTY for a $50 discount.
Charles Petzold has been writing books and articles about Microsoft-based operating systems since 1984. He is currently part of the Xamarin documentation team, which means he’s a Microsoft employee. Today we briefly discuss what’s new in Xamarin.Forms and then turn our … Continue reading
Jon Galloway is a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft, focusing on Web Development, Azure and .NET. He is also a long-time friend, and a truly great guy. Azure Functions Unity Jon’s blog Herding Code Jon on Twitter
I wanted to send a message from a ViewModel to its View so that the View could pop up a dialog box. To do this, I used MVVM Light’s messaging bus. At first, this seemed difficult because I was over … Continue reading
I was pleased and proud to be interviewed on Away From The Keyboard, talking about my history in the industry. Makes a good bookend with my talk with Shawn Wildermuth on Hello World. Great fun.