Shawn Wildermuth


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MIX 11 - Vote for My Talks (if you want)

MIX11 Vote

MIX 11 is coming and the Open Call sessions are ready to be voted on. If you like hearing me speak, feel free to vote for my sessions:



My MIX Talks' Source Code

Silverlight Logo

I've been severely remiss in failing to get my source code released for my two MIX talks early this month. I apologize (there is a good reasons, but I can't talk about it).

First is my examples for debugging different parts of the Silverlight stack:


Where to See Me At MIX10

MIX10 Love Fest!

This weekend i am headed to Vegas for a week of designer/developer love. I plan to spend a lot of time in the phone sessions as well as in the Commons visiting with people.

This year's MIX has be really excited about both Silverlight 4's continued maturation as well as the XNA/Silverlight 4 story on the phone. I really want to connect with designers who have spent a year with Sketchflow and see how the tool is working in their 'day jobs'.


Vote for My Sessions at MIX '10


Vote for MIX Sessions

If you would like to hear me blather on at MIX about how to create Silverlight applications, feel free to go visit the MIX site and vote for my sessions.  I submitted seven talks so feel free to pick your favorites.  You'll have the opportunity to vote for five of your favorite sessions.  Remember, even if you don't think you can go, these are the sessions that will be recorded and available after everyone gets a chance to vote!


Speaking at MIX09!


I am very excited to announce that i've been picked to do a session at MIX09.  For the uninitiated, MIX is Microsoft's web-centric conference for "designers and developers who build innovative web sites". If you are in the web or RIA space, its a great conference to be at. It usually attracts the best in web development, design

I will be presenting a session on "Building Microsoft Silverlight Applications with Eclipse". In case you weren't aware, you can use the Eclipse toolset to build Silverlight applications. This is especially useful for integrating Silverlight into traditionally non-Microsoft web projects.