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Last week, had fun by attending the St. Louis Day of .NET. Got to meet a lot of people, friends that I've not met for awhile - this year has just been crazy busy.I was honored to have some of my sessions selected and be presented in this year's conference. They are the following:- C# Features for C# Developers - materials- Exploring Data Binding in ......

An another one has passed us by - this past weekend was the St. Louis Day of .NET, the 6th conference. It was a great event. Due to my hectic work schedule, I've not had meet up with some people for awhile and it was good to see them during the conference.I'd like to give a shoutout to the people I meet: Eric Brown, Lee Brandt, Boon Lee, Jonathan Mills, ......

This past Thursday through Saturday, the Kansas City Developer Conference happened. It was an awesome event - attendees, speakers, and vendors all totalled over 800 people. Learning and fun was had by all.I got to meet great people and attended excellent sessions all around; I enjoyed the Reactive Extensions session by Aaron Hoffman; it was a complicated ......

I have to say that it has been awhile (just over a year actually) since I've updated my blog. I feel embarassed. On the other hand, I have been quite busy - so it's not like I don't do it because I am lazy (well I am somewhat lazy), but it's because time is somewhat a scarce resource. But... I will try to see if I can muster up some moments to be active ......

Finished my session on Asynchronous Adventures in Silverlight an hour ago, and I'm putting up the presentation files. The session is Asynchronous Adventures in Silverlight. Since there are enough sessions about developing XAML, WPF and Silverlight, I've decided to do a session that emphasized the asynchronous nature of most operations that is the default ......

I'm going to be giving a presentation for the St. Louis Day of .NET 2010 - TODAY! Worked out my materials for the first 2 sessions, for those that are interested, they can download the materials: The first session is: JumpStart: Workflow 4. The session describes the core features and technology involved in developing and managing your Activity enriched ......

A couple of weeks back, a co-worker was pondering a situation he was facing. He was looking at the following class hierarchy: abstract class OriginalBase { protected virtual void Test() { } } abstract class SecondaryBase : OriginalBase { } class FirstConcrete : SecondaryBase { } class SecondConcrete : SecondaryBase { } Basically, the first 2 classes ......

A few days back, I got a chance to speak at the Western Kentucky .NET User Group meeting in Murray, Kentucky. The opportunity came up because the original speaker, Jeff Blankenburg, had another obligation and was thus unable to come to this meeting. I volunteered to deliver his presentation, which is an overview of MIX10 conference. It was a great experience ......

In my previous post, I went through creating the KeyedCollectionEx class which allows easier consumption of the KeyedCollection class (no need to derive anymore, just provide a delegate). One of the problem I encountered was that when using it as an ItemsSource in WPF, any changes to the collection will not be shown in the UI. This is because the class ......

A little over 2 years ago, I saw my peer’s code that uses the KeyedCollection<TKey, TItem> class. I never seen it before, and it is actually a pretty nice class. It is essentially a dictionary class, but with the stipulation that the key for each item added to the dictionary can be retrieved from the item itself. With a Dictionary, every time ......

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