Shawn Wildermuth


My Rants and Raves about technology, programming, everything else...

Short Notice! Silverlight Tour is coming to Cincinnati

Url: https://agilitrain.com/Workshop/EventInfo/231

Paul Wildermuth

Paul Wildermuth (1964-2010)

Url: http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2010-11-14/n...

Paul Wildermuth

Review of my Windows Phone 7 (HTC HD7)

HTC HD7

I am pretty invested in the Windows Phone 7 and in that light I went ahead and got a phone at launch. I had a LG developer device that Microsoft got me to help me work on the book. While having an early device is really helpful, I was ready for an up-to-spec device. To get a device early, I left Verizon and moved to T-Mobile (for what its worth, AT&T is just more evil than the rest so I my hand was forced to T-Mobile). I went with the HTC HD7.  I took a leap of faith and actually pre-ordered the phone without getting my hands on it. But because this phone hardware was used for the Sprint Android Phone and the HD2 WinMo phone, I'd had a chance to see the other devices and liked the overall size and heft of the device.

Canvas Tag Rant (was too long for Twitter)

Url: http://diveintohtml5.org/past.html#webapps-cdf

HTML5

Architecting WP7 - Part 7 of 10: Data on the Wire(less)

My WP7 Phone

In this (somewhat belated) part 6 of my Architecture for the Windows Phone 7, I want to talk about dealing with data across the wire (or lack of wire I guess). If you've missed the past parts of the series, you you can visit them here:

AgiliTrain announces 1H 2011 Schedule and New Early Bird Pricing!

AgiliTrain

Today AgiliTrain is announcing their schedule for the 1st half 2011. We are visiting cities with both our Silverlight Tour Workshop and our new Silverlight for the Windows Phone Workshop. We are visiting cities around the US including Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta and San Francisco.  You can view the full schedule (which also includes our partner's international stops) here:

Post-PDC HTML5 v. Silverlight Debate

Silverlight Logo

I've been an advocate of Silverlight since it was called WPF/E, so I am not quite an unbiased observer. I decided to sit back and watch the twitterverse explode and see what the world thought. The Silverlight guys got angry; the ASP.NET guys got glib; the open source guys ignored us all.

A Week with WP7 from an Android User's Perspective

My WP7 Phone

I spent most of the last week with my early demo Windows Phone 7 (e.g. WP7) phone as my primary phone.  See I am a Verizon customer currently and therefore I couldn't use Verizon on the demo phone (as it takes SIM cards and Verizon can't spell SIM). So I took the opportunity while in Europe to get a pre-paid SIM card and use it as my main phone (since my Droid was useless there). You're probably wondering what my impressions were?  Well, two caveats to start with...I have bet pretty heavily on the phone so I am not exactly a neutral party, but I'll try to be. Also, I've never owned an iPhone (AT&T is true evil incarnate) so take that for what its worth.

Architecting WP7: Not Forgotten!

Windows Phone 7

Sorry everyone but I am still going to finish the last four parts of the Windows Phone 7 Architecture series, but with travel and conferences I am a little behind.  But they *are* coming!  I promise.

Last Two Stops of the Silverlight Tour 2010!

Confused...

The last two stops of the Silverlight Tour are headed to Atlanta and Portland (OR) in the next two months. The Silverlight Tour Workshop is a three-day course on Silverlight 4. It divides the content into three distinct areas: Design, Development and the Server-Side. Students should be able to develop Silverlight 4 applications once attending the workshop. The Workshop is structured with a mix of didactic lessons, demonstrations and hands-on labs. Each student will leave the workshop having created several small Silverlight applications. This variety of learning techniques will ensure that all students become proficient in the technology quickly and in an exciting way.

Shawn
Shawn Wildermuth
Author, Teacher, and Coach




My Courses

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Intro to Font Awesome 5 (Free Course)
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Building an API with ASP.NET Core (New Course)
Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC6, EF Core, Bootstrap and Angular (updated for 2.2)
Less: Getting Started (New)
Using Visual Studio Code for ASP.NET Core Projects
Implementing ASP.NET Web API

My Appearances

No Appearances in 2019
I'm taking a year off of conferences to finish my film, see you in 2020!

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