Posts Tagged ‘presentation
If you attended my presentation, Getting Dirty with Windows Phone 7, I hope you found it useful. If you would like to play with the sample application I used in my demo, I have made it available on github: https://github.com/brentedwards/GettingDirtyWithWP7. I didn’t feel the need to post my slide deck. However, here are the valuable links I had listed:
Tools, Quick Starts, Tutorials
Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit
Silverlight Unit Test Framework for WP7
If you attended my session, please take a moment to rate my presentation.
Fox Valley Day of .NET – March 5, 2011
St. Cloud .NET User Group – March 9, 2011
Twin Cities Code Camp 10 – April 9, 2011
Twin Cities Code Camp 11 – October 9, 2011
If you attended my presentation, Getting Dirty with Android, I hope you were able to learn a thing or two. If you want to review what I covered or play with the sample application that I worked with during the demos, I have made both available.
Slide Deck: http://www.slideshare.net/brentledwards/getting-dirty-with-android
Sample Application: http://github.com/brentedwards/GettingDirty
If you attended my session, I would appreciate if you took a few moments to review it.
Twin Cities Developers Group, Feb 8th 2011
Chippewa Valley Code Camp, Nov 13th 2010
Iowa Code Camp, Nov 6th 2010:
A few weeks ago, after presenting at CodeMastery, I sat down with Carl Franklin from dnrTV! to discuss WPF with MVVM. The discussion is centered around the demo portion of my presentation entitled WPF with MVVM: From the Trenches. This presentation is the precursor to the work I have done with MVVM Fabric. Without further ado, check it out here: http://dnrtv.com/default.aspx?ShowID=184 – complete with an un-flattering pic
If you have heard my presentation, I hope that you found it useful. To give you a chance to review, here are the presentation materials I used.
If you have seen my presentation, I would really appreciate some feedback.
Chippewa Valley Code Camp 2010
For those of you that attended my presentation at the Twin Cities Developer’s Guild meeting on November 10, 2009, I hope you found it interesting. As I mentioned at the end of that presentation, I am posting the solution files for you to download and play with. This is a Visual Studio 2008 solution, using ASP.NET MVC and jQuery.