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Category Archives: Programming
It has been a few months since I’ve posted, and I hope you missed me as much as I missed you. To re-launch this blog, I’ve decided to provide a series on Xamarin.Forms programming. If you prefer to learn by … Continue reading
John Papa and I have just released our new Play by Play on Learning To Program. If you know of someone who has wanted to learn to code but didn’t know where to start, this might be a great option.
Matthew Robbins is a Xamarin and Microsoft MVP and he is the creator of MFractor, a mobile-first utility for Visual Studio Mac. Our site: https://www.mfractor.com/ Documentation: http://docs.mfractor.com/ Localisation Tooling Blog: https://www.mfractor.com/blogs/learn/localising-your-xamarin-forms-apps Notice: Yet Another Podcast listeners can use the following discount code for 10% … Continue reading
Very proud to announce the release of my newest Pluralsight course: C# 7 First Look.
The goal is to persist data to a file. You might do this for any number of reasons, including storing away user-preferences or, in this case, storing away data to protect you from a crash. In this simple application we … Continue reading
Many web programmers, especially Angular programmers are turning their attention to Reactive programming. While I don’t know of any books on ReactiveJS (yet) I can shamelessly mention that I do have a book on Reactive Extensions and LINQ. NB: … Continue reading
Paul Betts is my co-author of Programming Reactive Extensions and LINQ and one of the smartest people I’ve ever met. He now works at GitHub, and lately has been writing about Xamarin and using Reactive UI as an MVVM framework. … Continue reading
Which of the following do you prefer? Which is easier to read? Which is easier to write? Which is easier to maintain? var dataItem = this.target().closest(“.k-grid”).data(“kendoGrid”).dataSource.getByUid(this.target().closest(“tr”).data(“uid”)); Or… var dataItem = this.target() .closest(“.k-grid”) .data(“kendoGrid”) .dataSource .getByUid(this.target().closest(“tr”).data(“uid”)); Or… var grid = … Continue reading
I am in the middle of unrolling on Pluralsight, a complete entry-level program in developing Web Applications, with a focus on free and open-source software. At its heart are these courses: Getting Started With ASP.NET MVC, ServiceStack and Bootstrap Building … Continue reading
Dan and John are both Microsoft MVPs and Regional Directors, and they are both brilliant, fascinating and expert on AngularJS. They are very successful Pluralsight authors, and Dan is the founder of the Wahlin Group. John and Dan are Internationally … Continue reading
I’ve embarked on an adventure in learning Xamarin Android. You can read about my first tentative steps here.
In this podcast, I’m joined by Pete Brown and Jeff Burtoft, both of Microsoft, to discuss Windows 8.1 for Developers. Pete focuses on XAML, Jeff on HTML and they bring their shared perspective on what’s in store for developers moving … Continue reading