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St. Louis Day of .NET 2014
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 XAML - materials- Lessons from Code Review - slidesFun was had by all, and I hope the information can be useful for those that attended my sessions. St. ......

Posted On Friday, November 21, 2014 8:53 AM

St. Louis Day of .NET 2013
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, Rob Keefer and Jesse Phelps. Also thanks to DODN's main organizers: Jeff Fattic (thanks for giving me the opportunity to present), Scott Spradlin, ......

Posted On Thursday, November 21, 2013 4:51 AM

Materials for the St. Louis Day of .NET 2010 presentations - part one
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 application workflows using Windows Workflow Foundation 4.0. The files can be downloaded here. The second session is Introduction to 3D in WPF. This ......

Posted On Thursday, August 19, 2010 11:51 PM

St. Louis Day of .NET 2011 - Sessions Materials
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 with my blog. With that said, last month (August 5th and 6th) St. Louis held the 4th annual conference of the St. Louis Day of .NET. It was a rousing ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 6, 2011 4:10 AM

Materials for the St. Louis Day of .NET 2010 presentations - part two
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 mode of operations in Silverlight. The session talks about the asynchronous pattern used and how widespread it is, discuss about some pitfalls, ......

Posted On Saturday, August 21, 2010 5:37 AM

Refresh / Update WPF controls
Sometime in the past, a friend asked me how to update a control to show status while his code is doing a loop of stuff. Essentially changing the text of a label (or sophisticatedly we can say a text-based progress bar). In my past coding with MFC and WinForms, it's fairly easy enough, you just invalidate and do an update (Invalidate / UpdateWindow in MFC or Invalidate / Update in WinForms). This approach also coincides with how Windows UI operate, where you specify the region that needs to be redrawn ......

Posted On Monday, August 25, 2008 10:22 AM

A quick hello to the Western Kentucky .NET User Group
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 for me; got to drive around and do a little bit of sight-seeing – can’t say I’ve ever been to Kentucky before, so first trip ever there. I got ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 20, 2010 7:58 AM

My Coding Helpers: Verify exception thrown in Unit Test
Every now and then, I end up writing and re-writing the same code (or very, very similar) to achieve a functionality that I’ve had before. Sometimes I can remember where I wrote it, so I can just copy and paste. At other times, I have to redo it again since I forgot where it was. So I’d like to put it up on my blog so I have access to it. If anyone else gets to see it and can use it, so much the better for everyone. Of course, I’d also accept criticism to the code too . So, this is my first one; ......

Posted On Thursday, November 5, 2009 9:22 AM

Presenting for the St. Louis .NET User Group – What’s new in VS2010 and .NET 4.0
Last night I had the pleasure of presenting a session on ‘What’s new in VS2010 and .NET 4.0’ for the St. Louis .NET User Group. Got to meet with lots of people there, so greets go to all . I had fun with the session; I liked talking about new technology and it’s pretty neat to see everyone and just mingle around with people in general. Pizza was great (thanks to last night’s sponsor: Quilogy) – I have to also thank Scott Spradlin for allowing me to present to the group. The session itself has the ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 29, 2009 9:53 AM

.NET 4.0 and C# 4.0 sessions materials
Yes, I know I'm late. Please forgive me . In any case, the .NET 4.0 and C# 4.0 sessions materials are now available. You can download them from here and here, respectively. In hindsight, the .NET 4.0 presentation should've been called: What's new in .NET 4.0; and even then given the vastness of the material available, it should've been split into 2 sessions: What's new in Visual Studio 2010 and What's new in .NET 4.0 Framework. Given the 75 minutes available for the presentation, I decided to focus ......

Posted On Friday, September 4, 2009 5:09 PM

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