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Category Archives: Patterns & Skills
Talking with Jeremy Likness, about Windows 8 development, XAML development and the Sterling database. Jeremy is a Technical Project Manager and Consultant with Wintellect, and author of Designing Silverlight Business Applications and the forthcoming Designing Windows 8 Metro Applications with … 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 Phil Japikse about Agile programming. An international speaker, Microsoft MVP, MCSD, CSM, and CSP, and a passionate member of the developer community, Phil Japikse has been working with .Net since the first betas, developing software for over 20 … Continue reading
The latest in the “Mango Videos” series is posted.
Talking with Lino Tadros, CEO of Falafel Software, about programming for the .NET stack. Falafel Software Yet Another Podcast listeners are invited to buy the Falafel e-book Windows Phone 7.5 Nuts & Bolts for 50% off. Just use the coupon … Continue reading
Talking with Julie Lerman about Entity Framework and Code-First. Julie’s blog Julie’s Book website Microsoft Entity Framework Developer Center EF Team Blog Domain Driven Design Listen | Yet Another Podcast Call in comments: 1-347-YAP-CAST
Windows Phone Mini-Tutorial In the third part of the MVVM Light Toolkit Soup To Nuts (part 1 is here) I started with an application that had two pages, and a button on the first that was to cause a navigation … Continue reading
In a recent post, I discussed the DecryptR application I have been toying with. While the fundamentals are working, there is much to do. Today I’ll make a few minor improvements. First, let’s set the font in the list box … Continue reading
Periodically, I like to build a “glass house” application – that is one which I document as I go, hiding nothing and showing all the thinking that goes into the application as well as the raw, not ready-for-production code … Continue reading
Windows Phone Tutorial The Silverlight For Windows Phone Toolkit is a magnificent collection of controls and utilities for writing Windows Phone applications. Unfortunately, there is little or no documentation, and the samples, while wonderful, are quite complex. At times, it … Continue reading