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I will have the privilege to start off 2014 as the January speaker for the West Palm Beach .Net User Group. Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday January 28th, 2014 at 6:30 PM. Our group is graciously hosted at PC Professor in West Palm Beach. For more information and to register please visit: http://www.fladotnet.com/Re... We would like to ......

Our West Palm Beach Developers’ Group June 2013 meeting featured Shervin Shakibi, Microsoft Regional Director and Certified Trainer. Shervin spoke on the ASP.NET Web API and Web Sockets, two new features shipped along with ASP.NET MVC4. Talk was simply awesome and very interactive as Shervin answered many audience questions. Our event was sponsored ......

In the past few weeks, I have been busy reading Murach’s Javascript and jQuery. I had already been introduced to the Murach’s book series and knew their books as a preferred choice for instructors and students alike in various technical training schools I have had a relationship with and was glad to have been extended the opportunity to finally get ......

Wayne Filin-Matthews, Microsoft’s Architect Role Owner, was our special guest speaker for the West Palm Beach Developers’ Group January meeting. Wayne shared with us his vision for the future and what Microsoft is doing to make computing truly ubiquitous. Wayne also spoke about the international Association for All IT Architects (IASA) and our SE Florida ......

I am very excited to be speaking at IT Palooza next week. As this event’s audience will span professionals working in different facets of Information Technology, I chose to speak on NuGet, an essential tool for any Microsoft Stack developer, as the topic can be of value to managers, architects, IT personnel, as well as developers. For more information ......

Our special guest speaker at our October meeting was Joe Healy, Microsoft’s Developer Evangelist for the state of Florida (http://www.devfish.net) Joe demonstrated how one can easily develop for Windows 8 using XAML, Javascript and C++. Below are some photos of our 10/23/2012 event: ......

In the next few lines, I will be providing a brief review of Telerik’s JustDecompile, a free .Net decompiler and assembly browser. In using Telerik’s 2012 Q3 JustDecompile release, one can see many great features. First off, I loved the built-in options for loading .Net assemblies automatically using the Open->Load Framework menu option. Other options ......

The past few weeks have been particularly busy as I continue to dedicate a bigger portion of my free time to refreshing my memory and enhancing my knowledge of best practices pertaining to technologies we plan on using for a major upcoming project. In this blog post, I will be providing a brief overview of my latest reading “Professional ASP.Net MVC4” ......

In the next few lines, I will be providing a brief review of Wrox’s Professional ASP.NET Design Patterns by Scott Millett. Design patterns have been a hot topic for many years as developers looked to do more with less, re-use as much code as possible by creating common libraries, as well as make their code easier to understand, extend and collaborate ......

My Investigation of WCF internals have set the right stage to revisit Professional WCF 4 by Pablo Cibraro, Kurt Claeys, Fabio Cozzolino and Johann Grabner. In this book, the authors dive deep into all aspects of the WCF API in a reading targeted towards intermediate and advanced developers. Book quality so far as presentation, code completeness, content ......

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