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Category Archives: Observations
I’m spending more and more time on my Windows 8 Slate, but I don’t add programs or files to it lightly. There are two reasons for that: Space is limited on its 125GB SSD I know I’m going to have … Continue reading
The single best place to get your questions answered are the Forums. (Now, I know that forums are often a company’s way of saving money on customer service, but the dev team and the Evangelists monitor these forums carefully, so … Continue reading
Okay, like everyone else I know, I’m writing a book on Win 8. Actually, two books. The first, which will be very short, will be on XAML from absolute scratch for Win 8 (not the title!) and the second is … Continue reading
Talking with Pete Brown about Windows 8 programming, Silverlight, WPF, Gadgets and much more. Pete Brown is a XAML and Gadget guy at Microsoft, as well as a former Microsoft Silverlight MVP, INETA speaker, and RIA Architect. He’s a father … Continue reading
Talking with Shawn Wildermuth about Windows 8 Development. Shawn Wildermuth is a nine-time Microsoft MVP (Data), member of the INETA Speaker’s Bureau and an author of seven books and dozens of articles on software development. Shawn is involved with Microsoft … Continue reading
Talking with David Platt, author of Why Software Sucks about software design, both good and bad David’s Web Site Listen | Yet Another Podcast Call in comments: 1-347-YAP-CAST
Suddenly I’m talking to a lot more inanimate objects. I recently pulled a muscle in my shoulder, and I’m not supposed to type Thus DragonDictate and I have become good friends. DragonDictate is almost magical, I speak in the words … Continue reading
My newest book, Programming Reactive Extensions and LINQ, is released. I’m very excited about this book, and believe that it provides high-quality information that would otherwise be hard to find, clear explanations, and useful examples. Paul Betts and I worked … Continue reading
I’ve noticed that the speedometer in my car says I’m going faster than the speed reported by my GPS. On reflection, this makes a lot of sense, and the GPS is almost certainly right.