I’m very pleased to announce a one day training event, Creating WPF Line of Business Applications (M-V-VM) Using C# and VB.NET. This is your opportunity to spend a day learning the WPF UI Design Pattern, Model-View-ViewModel.
Saturday, Jan 31 2009 from 8:00am – 6:00pm
Hewlett Packard Building 48
19447 Pruneridge Ave., OakRoom
Cupertino, CA 95014
Minutes from San Jose International airport.
For the labs, bring your laptop with Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5 SP1 installed.
This all day training event is designed to teach developers how to create WPF Line of Business Applications that can easily be Unit Tested. The Model-View-ViewModel (M-V-VM) pattern will be used as a guideline for the application structure. Many aspects of WPF LOB programming will be covered including validation, logging, UI entry error notification, exception handling, layered application architecture, Unit Testing and a short introduction to memory profiling.
At the end of the day, developers should have a good grasp on M-V-VM and how to create their own testable WPF LOB applications.
For the lab time, we will provide an application walkthrough that attendees can complete during the lab time. Walkthrough will be in C# and VB.NET.
Additionally, if you have a current WPF application and want to move it to M-V-VM bring it with you on your laptop. You can get started on the project during the lab. This way you’ll have hands on help to get to up and running.
Special Thanks To
I want to thank Mathias Brandewinder, Oliver Nguyen, Doug Skinner and Bruno Terkaly for their help in organizing this event. A lot of behind the scenes work goes into event organizing and I’m thankful for their time and expertise.
I also want to thank Hewlett Packard for providing a wonderful venue for this training day.
Training Day In Your Area
If you are interested in hosting a training day or days in your area please contact me by leaving a message on this post and I’ll contact you directly.
Hope to see your there, and have a great day!
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