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Author Archives: Jesse Liberty
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.
What can I say that you don’t already know? [Updated Sept 23, 09:19: To reset the iPhone 7, hold the power button and the volume down button until you see the apple The battery does seem to last much … Continue reading
[Updated 11:26 EDT] macOS Sierra is here (goodbye Mac OSX) It has only a few new features, most notable of which is Siri on the Mac. Siri works ok, not great. And even when she is fully understanding my requests, there … Continue reading
Chris is a Principle Software Development Engineer at Microsoft. There he works within the Developer Experience team where he leads a team focusing on making non-traditional Microsoft technology work well with Microsoft technology. Azure Mobile Apps Notification Hubs VSTS HockeyApp … Continue reading
James Montemagno is a Principal Program Manager on the Xamarin team at Microsoft. He has been a .NET developer since 2005 working in a wide range of industries including game development, printer software, and web services. Prior to becoming a … Continue reading
I have experimented with a number of different utilities. I’m going to list some of them here, and then invite you to please add your preferred utilities that I haven’t tried yet, and why you like them. The following are … Continue reading
Mads Torgersen is a Program Manager at Microsoft, responsible for the evolution of C#. What’s new in C# 7
[This article was restored] I needed a quick and dirty program to create quick notes and mail them to myself. You can see how this would be useful; a way to jot down notes while away from the computer, with some high … Continue reading
David Britch is a Developer/Writer at Xamarin, and has previously spent many years working on projects for different groups at Microsoft. David has authored and contributed to a range of recent software development publications including books, guidance documentation, reference implementations, … Continue reading
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