Speaking at the Columbia Enterprise Developers Guild

Hello Everyone!

So I wanted to announce that next Monday on October 26th, I will be traveling to Columbia, SC to speak at the Columbia Enterprise Developers Guild.  You can visit their website here.

I will be speaking about how you enhance your WPF applications with the MVVM design pattern and Prism.

Here is the topic blurb.

“Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) is a UI Design Pattern that fits well with WPF and Silverlight. It utilizes key components of XAML-based technologies like DataBinding and Commanding to provide a level of separation between visual representation, business functionality and business data design. In this topic we review the overall concept of MVVM and available design tools. We will demonstrate the use of Bindings to facilitate data interaction and business process execution in a way that allows us to take full advantage of designer/developer collaboration. We will also take a dive into Microsoft’s Composite Application Library (Prism 2) to see what tools it provides to facilitate many common UI design patterns and other WPF application framework concepts. This topic assumes Intermediate knowledge of WPF including a basic understanding of XAML, Templates and Binding.”

If you are in the area, please stop by as I think it will be a fun and knowledgeable session!

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