Melbourne Silverlight Code Camp Thoughts

Over the weekend I attended the Silverlight Code Camp held at the NAB training facilities in Docklands, Melbourne. It was fantastic that a bank showed an interest in a developer event, in particular Silverlight. The NAB has a flagship product built in Silverlight with future software projects planned. NAB are on the lookout for developersContinue reading “Melbourne Silverlight Code Camp Thoughts”

Melbourne Silverlight Code Camp – January 2010

The final weekend in January 2010 is the Melbourne Silverlight Code Camp. I will have a summary post of my take on the event and topics covered, but this is a very quick post to have a plain text schedule up on the web (in particular for iPhone access). View here as 46kb PDF (wordpressContinue reading “Melbourne Silverlight Code Camp – January 2010”

Using SketchFlow First Impressions

I’m kicking off a new personal project, and I thought this would be a good opportunity to plan out it’s flow of operation using SketchFlow (get a 60 day trial of Expression Blend 3 here). I intend to develop the application in ASP.NET MVC, not Silverlight. So what I will be outputting from Blend willContinue reading “Using SketchFlow First Impressions”

Sketching an actual solution.

It’s been a while since I’ve posted, project commitments have been drowning me. But the tide has now receded. Last night (Tue 30th of June) I attended the Melbourne Silverlight Designer and Developer Network (SDDN) event, always great fun and interesting and always has free pizza (if you get there early). With presentations from MaheshContinue reading “Sketching an actual solution.”

Why WCF

UPDATE 9-July-2010: This entry gets a lot of random hits, so I thought I would update the information as of July 2010, just to give links to newer areas relating to WCF. WCF – Windows Communication Foundation, has become in fact more of a foundation for a larger set of abstractions on top it. SimplyContinue reading “Why WCF”