Code for Boise Code Camp 3-16-2013

March 15, 2013

Data Caching Session

This example application is for the session, “An Approach to Real World Application Data Caching” can be downloaded below. Included in the download is the demo application, the Ocean 3 framework binaries, and the  PowerPoint deck.

This application demonstrates one solution to real world data caching.  I use the techniques presented here in production applications with many users.

In the future, I’ll write a full blog post on this and possibly post a video walkthrough. I’ll also post the Ocean 3 code, just have not had time to document and write a full example application.

Mole Session

A pdf of the Mole slides can be downloaded below.

Mole can be purchased or a demo of Mole can be downloaded at Molosoft.com.

Download

After downloading change the extension from .zip.DOC to .zip. This is a requirement of WordPress. You will also need to Unblock the file using the file properties dialog in Windows Explorer.

Download (Data Caching Demo w/Database (1.4 MB))

There is a database backup in the \DataCachingDemo\Database Backup folder.  You’ll need to restore this to a SQL Server 2008 R2 or SQL Server 2008 R2 Express. If you restore to SQL Server, you’ll need to change the connection string to point to your server.  Currently, the demo application points to SQL Server Express.

Download (Mole Session Slides in PDF (613 KB))

Have a great day,

Just a grain of sand on the worlds beaches.


Speaking at Boise Code Camp March 16, 2013

February 25, 2013

I’m very much looking forward to the 16 March, 2013 Boise Code Camp. Speakers have signed up for some very cool and informative talks.

I’ve signed up for two sessions myself. The abstracts can be viewed here.

  • An Approach to Real World Application Data Caching
  • Using Mole for Debugging Visual Studio 2010 and 2012 Applications

In addition, I’ll release Ocean 3 as part of the associated session source code.

Have a great day,

Just a grain of sand on the worlds beaches.


Windows Phone 7 – Seattle Silverlight User Group Meeting Code

August 4, 2011

On 8/3/2011 I did a presentation for the Seattle Silverlight Users Group called, “A Slice of Mango – Data Forms.”

This presentation was on data forms for Windows Phone 7.

The MangoForms demo application consists of a series of forms that each focus on a single aspect of a form such as, scrollability, type mismatch exceptions, validation, ICommands, IDataErrorInfo, sample data, design-time tooling, MVVM, etc.

I’ll try and publish a few videos that capture the teaching presented at the meeting.

Download

You can download the code and deck from my Sky Drive here.

Note:  The deck is in the folder SiliconValleyCodeCamp and is for the Application Life Cycle training.  There is no deck for this presentation, just code.

Have a great day,

Just a grain of sand on the worlds beaches.


Boise Prism, Unity, WPF, MVVM Code and Decks

June 29, 2011

Everyone had a great time in Boise this week with developers from the United Kingdom and all over the United States.  WPF is alive and well and being used in corporate development along with Prism!

Contents

C# early version of Ocean.

  • Data Binding
  • M-V-VM
  • Commands in M-V-VM
  • Dialogs in M-V-VM
  • Data Validation
  • M-V-VM Tips & Tricks
  • Unit Testing & Moq
  • Introduction to Prism
  • Unity and Dependency Injection
  • Shell and Bootstrapping
  • Modules
  • Regions
  • Events
  • Navigation

Download

The download includes PowerPoint decks for most of the sessions and source for all sessions.  Also included is an  Extras folder with goodies.

Please READ THE READ ME.

You can download the code and decks from my Sky Drive here.

Have a great day,

Just a grain of sand on the worlds beaches.


Registration Open for Prism, Unity, WPF, MVVM Boise Training Event

May 12, 2011

Registration is now open for the  patterns & practices Prism, Unity, WPF, MVVM training event, 27-29 June in Boise, ID. All event information can be found on the registration page.

Register:  http://prismboise-eorg.eventbrite.com/

In addition a dinner is planned for Sunday, 26 June at the Goodwood Barbecue Company at 6:00pm.

Register: http://prismboisedinner-eorg.eventbrite.com/

Very much looking forward to these events.

Have a great day,

Just a grain of sand on the worlds beaches.


Announcing a Prism, Unity, WPF, MVVM Training Event

May 7, 2011

Save the dates for a 3 day patterns & practices Prism, Unity, WPF, MVVM training event, 27-29 June in Boise, ID.

Join three Prism Team members Bob Brumfield (lead developer), Geoff Cox (developer), and myself (program manager) for an information packed 2 days of instruction followed up by a day of pair-programming.

Day one will consist of WPF and MVVM topics; day two Prism 4.0 and Unity; day three is dedicated to pair-programming, getting your questions answered, and an opportunity for you to apply the last two days’ training against your scenarios and programming style. The pair-programming day is always so much fun along with some wicked coding.

This is a free event for 75 attendees. Each seat has a desktop, power and wireless.

Registration will open soon and will be announced on my blog and twitter.

Very much looking forward to spending time with developers and taking in the beauty of Idaho.

Have a great day,

Just a grain of sand on the worlds beaches.


Attending Dallas Day Dot Net 4-5 March 2011

December 6, 2010

Very much looking forward to the Dallas Day Dot Net event 4-5 March 2011.

You can still register and get the early bird savings of $50 by going to www.jointechies.com and use the Discount Code ‘ChanderDhall’. 

Early bird registration expires Dec 7th 9am.

I’m planning two sessions as well as attending both days.  Looking forward to Saturday afternoon hands on coding time and some Texas BBQ.

I’ve submitted a session on Prism and one in the web space.  I’ll post the details on both later this week.

Looing forward to being back in Dallas again!

Have a great day,

Just a grain of sand on the worlds beaches.


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