3. October 2011 04:03
Thanks to all who attended my talks on LightSwitch and jQuery templates / data linking at last week’s Minnesota Developers Conference. I’ve received several requests for the demo code and slides which I have included here as links.
Of note for those looking at the jQuery demonstration code, I updated the movie review linking sample to show how to update the rendered template content with the new values from the input form. True to form, this was only a matter of a few lines of code.
LightSwitch asset manager
jQuery templates and data-link
14. September 2010 16:02
Last week I had the pleasure of presenting two sessions at the Heartland Developer’s Conference (HDC). I love this show and meeting people from the central region, as well as catching up with colleagues. It’s always a great time and this year was no different.
For those who attended, you can find the samples I used at the links below. Thanks for coming, I hope you enjoyed the show as much as I did.
WF 4 from hello world to real world
Choosing service technology
7. May 2010 09:55
As promised to those who attended the user group last night, here is a link to the demonstration code I used in my talk on WF 4. There was a great crowd at the event and I appreciate all the great questions during and after the presentation. If anyone would like a copy of the slides, use the Contact link to the right to send me email and I’ll send them along. Thanks for attending and congratulations to the first winner in the drawing who took home a 1 year subscription to Pluralsight On Demand!
29. October 2009 04:21
A little late on this post, but my excuse is that I’ve been traveling pretty much since I left HDC. I had a great time at the show this year as Pluralsight was able to have a significant presence with our marketing team (Meagon) and three speakers (myself, Kent, and Aaron). I wish I was the one leaving with that ZuneHD, but I’m pretty sure the lucky winner is enjoying it. Hopefully folks who attended have checked out there free week of Pluralsight On-Demand so they can see what we are doing with our online training – customers are telling me they really love being able to go online anytime and watch a knowledgeable instructor walk them through some content.
The show was well organized and had a lot of cool social and networking opportunities. I’m really glad we have a show like this in the midwest, and hope we can build on the HDC model to have more in the years to come.
Here are the materials from my two talks at HDC. I’ve included a Beta 2 update for the WF4 sample code since Beta 2 shipped just days after the conference. Hopefully that will make the transition easier for those of you who attended.
22. June 2009 04:44
I had a great time at Dev Days doing the pre-conference session on WF, WCF and Dublin. It’s always fun trying to present on beta technology, and there’s nothing like having the first demo crash Visual Studio to start the day. :) Thanks to all who attended, you can find the demos here.
29. May 2009 03:44
Thanks to all who attended my talk on migrating from WF 3.x to WF 4 at Dev Days. I’ve posted my slides and demos which you can download for review. Thanks for a great show, and look for me to post some screencasts of several examples in the coming weeks.
29. May 2009 03:41
For those of you who attended my talk at Dev Days 2009, I’ve posted the slides and my demo code for the custom activities talk. I’ve included the activities, the designers and the designer rehosting code along with some sample workflows using the activities.
Also, look for some screencasts that I’ll be doing showing these activities; it will be like watching the demos all over again.