TampaSLUG Meeting is March 3rd, 2010(Tonight) with Greg Leonardo
our next meeting is tonight at 7pm at the MS offices (check out the TampaSLUG site for more info). Greg is bringing a us a talk which should coincide nicely with the talk I gave last month (even if you missed last month Greg's talk is still for those of you who want to learn). If you have a desire to learn Silverlight, but don't know where to begin, or simply just want to get some background in it. This is the group and night for you! .
Greg is really knowledgaeble about Silverlight so this night...
Wed, Feb 10, 2010: Basics of Building Silverlight Applications (For Business Devs)
Tomorrow, is our next meeting at 7pm at the MS offices (check out the TampaSLUG site for more info). I want to stress that this is a very basic 101 type of talk. If you have a desire to learn Silverlight, but don't know where to begin, or simply just want to get some background in it. This is the group and night for you! The night will be focused on a couple topics, but it's mostly about building forms with Silverlight and binding data to those forms to make your life easier (SIlverlight is actually easier in many respects...
Tampa Silverlight UG (1/14/2010 ): Introduction to the Silverlight Workflow
I want to blog a quick reminder to my readers the first (official) meeting of the Tampa SLUG (Silverlight User Group) is Thursday, Jan 14th, 2010 at the Microsoft offices in Tampa. We’re starting the group off with a series of topics that will be good for beginners. Here’s the info on the first topic:
Introduction to the Silverlight Workflow: One of the promises of separating business logic from the display is that designers and developers can more easily work with each other to create an application. Learn about strategies to actually deliver on this promise and make your data and...
Tampa User eXperience (TUX) User Group is coming September 10th, 2008…
I am proud to announce that I and a couple other guys are starting User Group that revolves around User Experience (or UX) in the MS tools eco-system. The other guys are Shawn Cady, Perry Panagopoulos, and Bill Reiss (MVP) [Bill always gets his MVP props].
I could give you all their backgrounds, but I’ll make them do it at the first meeting. I’m sure Papa Fish (aka www.devfish.net) the local MS Dev Evangelist (my Blog Father) Joe Healy will be around (at least for the first meeting).
Our focus will be on the "now" of Ajax and how it...