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Sydney Architecture User Group – WPF Architecture
Wednesday, February 24, 2010 12:22 PM
Bit short notice for a blog post but eminent WPF expert Paul Stovell will be presenting on WPF Architecture at the Sydney Architecture User Group on thursday 25th February. (Full details here ) Here is the abstract: .NET 4.0 will mark the fourth release of Windows Presentation Foundation, and the take up continues to rise as the platform matures. For architects... Read More...
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Sydney Architecture User Group – Next Meeting: Why Windows Azure is not just Generic Brand Web Hosting
Tuesday, November 10, 2009 2:46 PM
The Sydney Architecture User Group is having its second meeting this month on Thursday, 26th November. Full details can be found on our new (but very simple) website located here ( ). You can subscribe to the monthly email and also indicate your intention to come by selecting the RSVP option (which would be really nice if you did :-) ) Here... Read More...
EOAST #4 – Evolution of a software thingy Part 4
Monday, January 26, 2009 11:45 AM
So its been ages since my last post on this pet project of mine. Its time to get down to the nitty gritty on this and see if it is actually working the way I want it to. Hopefully, you have read parts one , two and three in previous posts to get a good idea on what I am trying to achieve. Basically, its a collect, store and display mechanism to store almost any... Read More...
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Reminder - WPF Training with Ian Griffiths
Wednesday, January 16, 2008 9:26 PM
Just a reminder, readify are hosting another WPF industrial strength training workshop with Ian Griffiths from Pluralsight as your host. If you want to get up speed with WPF and learn to make it really work for you, this is a great course. Some of the items he will cover include; WPF Framework Architecture Using Controls – a new approach to UI components Layout... Read More...
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Industrial Strength WPF
Thursday, April 5, 2007 7:20 PM
readify, the people that feed my kids and keep me off the streets, are putting on another high quality Industrial Strength course around Windows Presentation Foundation . One of the industry gurus around this topic, Ian Griffiths is running this 4 day extravaganza. I was lucky enough to attend the WCF Industrial Strength course which was run by Juval Lowy of... Read More...
Its an MVP Frenzy
Monday, April 2, 2007 12:27 PM
I'd like to congratulate my fellow readify colleagues and all round good guys for receiving MVP Awards this year: Paul Stovell : MVP in Visual Client Application Development Grant Holliday : MVP in Visual Developer Team System Philip Beadle : MVP in Visual Developer ASP/ASP.NET Congratulations guys, well deserved. Read More...
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"Thoughtex" released. Nice WPF App.
Sunday, March 25, 2007 11:47 PM
Joseph Cooney has released his first version of a "mind mapping" piece of software written in WPF . Joseph had me do some alpha testing on some earlier versions and its a real quality piece of code. Nice to use, nice to look at. I'd encourage you to give it a look, and provide some feedback to Joseph so that future versions are made even better... Read More...
Website update with AJAX, WPF Password Manager, and Web Client Factory
Saturday, March 10, 2007 6:32 PM
Couple of things in this post. Firstly (and long overdue), I have updated my personal website to get rid of the Atlas CTP functionality and replace that with ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 features. There is not much actually a few update panels, and the inclusion of an AJAX Control toolkit control, the Accordion on the front page to help with useability and screen real estate... Read More...
A user experience only a mother could love
Tuesday, February 6, 2007 11:59 PM
So I downloaded Windows Mobile Device Centre, installed it, run it. Plugged in my Windows Mobile 5 device and received the "uber" useful screen you see below. Now which option shall I choose from here.....? I wonder how long it took to design this screen? Well at least its a green screen so it can't be all bad right? Read More...
ASP.NET Podcast #82 - Wally and Me wrap up 2006
Friday, January 12, 2007 11:31 AM
Wally and myself did a podcast that kind of sums up the year of 2006 with respect to what technology we have seen and how the podcast has been doing. Tune in and give us your feedback. ASP.NET Podcast site link Subscribe... Read More...
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