To those that attended last nights meeting here are the relevant links.
Here’s the current solution for the WPF Twitter app:
You can rate my talk here at speakerrate.com and download the pp slides:
Here’s Peter’s solution at Github:
His talk at speakerrate.com:
NuGet => http://nuget.org/
Resharper => http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/
CodeRush => http://www.devexpress.com/Products/Visual_Studio_Add-in/
Castle Windsor project => http://www.castleproject.org/index.html
LINQtoTwitter => http://linqtotwitter.codeplex.com/
Powershell in Action => link
As always, thanks to those that attended. Our group is free and driven by community involvement, the more developers we get involved in the group the better the experience we’ll all have.
Here’s the solution we built for the WPF Twitter app. I put in a short readme explaining how to set it up with your twitter account.
The powerpoint slides are also inside the zip file.
Here are the 3 links at the end of the slides:
Jason Dolinger’s MVVM video:
Pete Brown’s MVVM WPF Twitter app video:
Claudio Lassala’s MVVM with WPF and Rhino Mocks:
We’ll be building a Twitter application in WPF from scratch, so bring your development machine.
Our UG guide and MS Evangelist Zain will be there tonight and you can congratulate him on the release of his new book.
We’ll also have pizza and some prizes to raffle off at the end.
Entity Framework – 6-7pm
Richard Flores will continue his talk on introduction to using Entity Framework.
Using the MVVM pattern within WPF – 7-8:30
I will give a detailed walk through of building up a WPF app along the MVVM design pattern. First we’ll build a workable yet incorrect WPF app that uses a service to populate the UI. I’ll then refactor down the app and create unit tests to enforce the MVVM pattern and show how this makes a more testable and reliable application.
We’ll of course have pizza and drinks as well as a few prizes to raffle off.