Senior Web Developer and Consultant in Angular SPAs with ASP .Net MVC working at ITBrainiacs.com in Frankfurt, Germany.
This workshop will introduce Microsoft Phone to students. The focus will be on mobile development, web services, Silverlight and introductory design in Blend. The participants will acquire the basic knowledge of these technologies, allowing them to have a good chance to further pursue on Microsoft career path.
This is my second shot, this time in Silverlight 4, to develop a video player for RailsCasts. I learned a great bunch of stuff and used IValueConverter, RSS parsing with LINQtoXML, XAML, deep template customisation, dispatching.
Today I had the pleasure to present the â€œRIA Business Applicationsâ€. This was a conference of Microsoft Student Partners, of which I am a proud member. My talk covered the Visual Studio 2010 RIA business template, Silverlight 4 in general, RIA WCF and more than this, the Business perspective on software development.
Today I had the pleasure to make the first step in Microsoft Student Partners organization (West Germany branch). So I applied by sending to Microsoft Student Partners enrollment e-mail address a cover letter, my cv and a short description. After a while, I got a call from Anton Schweizer, Senior Student Partner, and I was invited to an interview.
Lately I had some interesting conversations with few of my developer friends regarding their opinions on which technology will rule the Rich Application Interfaces websites in the future. My strong believe is that there’s room for all four of these as per my experience and actual trends. More over, all these will have a separate slice of the market but overlap at only few areas. Let’s take AJAX as example – it is widely popular for creating rich user experience community building apps, portals, mash-ups and so on. On the other hand, Flex is used more for multimedia rich […]
Is Microsoft learning basic principles of Usability? Corrina Black, lead designer for the Silverlight platform, presents usability principles implementation in the newest Silverlight 3. She is focused very much on design, so no coding best practices will be heard here. Only good advices on how to create an appealing, easy to understand interface.
Mr. Scott Hanselman explained the usage of Microsoftâ€™s .Net 4.0 framework in real life examples, creating an interesting environment for very young people (less than 4 years) using Silverlight, PDAs, the new Surface device, webservices, real time interrogation to data bases by auto updating reports and others.