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  • Richmond Software CraftsmanShip Group on 3/29/12 - It's embedded development night!

    Mike Huffaker and I will be talking about embedded development this coming Thursday at the March meeting of the Richmond Software Craftmanship Group.  We meet at the SnagAJob.com offices in Glen Allen, VA.  Mike will be discussing Arduino development and I will be talking about .NET MicroFramework (Netduino and Gadgeteer) development and we will contrast the two frameworks. 

    There’s no real set agenda for the talks, we will basically do some demos and have an open …

  • Richmond Codecamp 2010.1 and CodeStock 2010 sessions accepted!

    Great news, just heard that I have two sessions accepted for both of these learning events.  Here are the details:

    Richmond CodeCamp 2010.1 - Saturday May 22nd, 2010 - Richmond, VA.  http://richmondcodecamp.org/

    Introduction to Windows Phone 7 Series

    Track / Area:

    Developer / Mobile

    Technology:

    Windows Phone, Silverlight, XNA

    General / Specific Experience Level:

    Beginner / Beginner

    A lap around the new Windows Phone 7 Series platform - what has changed …

  • CodeStock 2010 Sessions

    Last year I spoke at CodeStock in Knoxville, TN.  This year, I have submitted 3 sessions for CodeStock 2010 - session selection is based on attendee voting, so please go vote for them if you would like to attend these sessions at this year's CodeStock!

    Deploying Silverlight Based Web Parts with SharePoint 2007

    Track / Area:

    Developer / Applications - Silverlight

    Technology:

    Silverlight, SharePoint

    General / Specific Experience Level:

    Beginner / Beginner

    In this …

  • I'll be speaking at CodeStock 2009!

    Missed the event last year but am super psyched to be speaking at CodeStock 2009 this year.  I'll be presenting my "Converting your LOB Apps to Silverlight" talk and hanging out in the OpenSpaces area otherwise. 

  • Spring 2009 UserGroup/CodeCamps

    Thanks to everyone who attended my talk on Converting your Line of Business Application to Silverlight at the Richmond DotNet User Group (April 2nd), Philly CodeCamp (April 18th) and Richmond CodeCamp 2009.1 (April 25th).   As I mentioned in my talks, the demo application is one that is used at my current employer, so once I have finished the application internally and comment the code, I will morph it into a publically available sister application and provide the sample code and a working …