A big blog world welcome to Jeremy and his new blog!!! http://www.myblogon.net
If you missed his Ajax/Silverlight demo from CodeCampRDU check out the details in
his latest post. Great stuff!
As promised, here are the links from my WPF presentation at CodeCampRDU
Microsoft WPF Momentum video
Kaxaml XAML editor – Robby
SolarSystem Templates Demo – Beatriz
ShowMeTheTemplates – Chris
If you’re in the Raleigh area and are interesting in learning more about WPF, XAML,
SILVERLIGHT, and RIA/Design please drop me a note as I’m trying to arrange some
Who doesn’t just love going to camp? Especially Code Camp! On Saturday a great deal
of effort by Chris Love and I came to life in the form of the Summer 2007 edition
I want to start by thanking all of the 23 great speakers that attended from near and
far (listed on the Code Camp Site) and the local volunteers from the Triangle .NET
user group in Raleigh. Without these people, this event would never have happened.
Special thanks go to Rod Paddock for starting our day off with the opening keynote
session for us in addition to giving to sessions during that day. It was great to
have you in town!
We were also very fortunate to receive incredible support and contributions from Microsoft,
YohIT, Telerik, Component Art, Dundas, CoDe Magazine, O’Reilly, Wiley, and Wrox. ECPI
was kind to let us use their Raleigh Campus for the day, and then to top it all off,
after giving away an XBOX 360 from Microsoft, our local friends over at FarPoint gave
away an HDTV as our grand prize. (Bet you never won an XBOX 360 or HDTV at camp before!?)
[Thanks to Steve J for the photos!]
The June Triangle .Net User Group meeting this month is featuring INETA speaker Rockford
Lhotka. Please, please please pass the word that we are not meeting at
our regular venue, but at ECPI’s Raleigh Campus for the June meeting.
The map for ECPI can be found here.
Using Mobile Objects to Build Applications in .NET 3.0
Rockford Lhotka – Magenic
Mobile objects are objects that physically move around the network from machine to
machine. .NET 3.0 provides support for this concept, and my CSLA .NET framework builds
on those capabilities to simplify the creation of Windows, WPF and Web-based applications
based on mobile business objects. Resulting applications achieve high levels of reuse,
scalability, long-term maintainability and other benefits. The framework demonstrates
the use of WCF, object serialization, System.Transactions and other .NET technologies.