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Author Archives: Jesse Liberty
Today, I find myself in Tel-Aviv in preparation for the SELA conference this week. It has been 40 years since I have been in Israel.
Jon Galloway and I are joined by Chris Sells, VP of Telerik, to discuss Chris’ illustrious career spanning a couple decades and some of the most important companies in the industry, including Intel, DevelopMentor, Microsoft and Telerik. Chris’ Blog Telerik … Continue reading
Incredibly proud to say I’ve released my 3rd Pluralsight course: WPF For the Enterprise From Scratch. WPF is and remains the premier framework for building Line of Business/ Enterprise Windows applications. This course will teach you all you need to … Continue reading
Talking with John Papa and Jon Galloway about Single Page Applications (SPA) and also about public speaking. John’s blog John on Pluralsight Listen | Yet Another Podcast
Talking with Microsoft’s Rey Bango on Open Web standards and testing IE. Modern IE WebPlatform Rey’s Blog Listen | Yet Another Podcast
I’m incredibly proud to say that I’ve published my second Pluralsight course, Windows 8 Application Development With XAML and C# From Design to Delivery. This course follows the design and development of a real project: Conference Buddy, that I’ve been … Continue reading
Talking with Phil Haack and Jon Galloway about Git, GitHub, GitHub for Windows, organizational structure and much more. Campfire GitHub How GitHub Works GitHub for Windows SeeGit GitFlow Phil’s Blog Think Like (A) Git Emoji TedExScottafb How Great Leaders Serve … Continue reading
Today’s Windows Developer faces a crucial decision: whether to build for the new (shiny!) Windows 8 Store or to build for the Desktop. There are significant advantages to each, and they are, more or less, mutually exclusive.
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 Shawn and Jon Galloway about Windows 8 Development, XAML, HTML5, tools, training and much more. Shawn’s Blog Wilder Minds HowToWat.ch Listen | Yet Another Podcast