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Author Archives: Jesse Liberty
Databound Pickers are in much demand, and fortunately Karl Shifflett has created one that is excellent and easy to use. You add it to your program, wire up the data-binding and hey! presto! you’re in business. The tricky bit comes when … Continue reading
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