While in Bulgaria I had time to sit down with Carl Franklin and do an episode of DNRTV. I am happy to annouce its now live. I built a simple data-driven application using Silverlight 2 with Blend 2 and Visual Studio. This screencast should some basic techniques of separation of UI and Data in Silverlight that will help you do your data binding directly in Blend 2 SP1. If you haven't seen how this works, go grab the Screencast now!
I realized that I was delivering the Screencast (or Dimecast as I've heard it called) in WMV format to make Silverlight/Zune delivery easy. Of course iTunes doesn't support that. I've changed it to use both formats, for live viewing its in wmv for Silverlight (until H.264 is supported), and for the podcast feed its in H.264. It *should* work in iTunes/iPod (though I don't use either so I'll leave it to you my readers to be my testers! Here's the links to subscribe to the PodCast Feed:
I'd like to introduce you to my new screencast called "Shawn Wildermuth's Dirty Little Secrets". The aim of this screencast is to teach a techniques I've learned in a video format. Unlike a PodCast, I won't be interviewing other people, but instead its 10-15 minutes with me and my screen. We'll be teaching you topics from Silverlight, data access, software design or anything that I think would aid my readers.
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