Introduction to Prism with WPF
Prism is a framework that helps you design and build Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) desktop applications using loosely coupled components that can evolve independently but which can be easily and seamlessly integrated into the overall application. This talk concentrates on the basic concepts required to build a composite application with the Microsoft Patterns and Practices Prism 4.0 framework which includes the boostrapper, regions, modules, view composition, and different techniques for communicating between loosely couple components.
Join us for this informative talk.
Brian Lagunas is an INETA Community Speaker, co-leader of the Boise .Net Developers User Group (NETDUG), and original author of the Extended WPF Toolkit. He is a multi-recipient of the Microsoft Community Contributor Award and can be found speaking at a variety of user groups and code camps around the nation. His talks always involve some form of XAML, such as WPF or Silverlight, and how to build modular applications with Prism.
Brian currently works at Infragistics as a Product Manager for the award winning NetAdvantage for WPF and Silverlight components. This is where he helps build tools that empower developers to quickly and easily build and style dynamic applications with immersive UX and vibrant data visualization in line of business applications, across all XAML platforms. Prior to working at Infragistics he worked in the construction and engineering industry as a senior software engineer and software solution architect where he specialized in enterprise application development. Before geeking out, Brian served his country in the United States Army as an infantryman and later served his local community as a deputy sheriff.
In his spare time he authors courses for Pluralsight, blogs about XAML technologies, and hosts XAML TV. The easiest way to find Brian is on twitter at @BrianLagunas..
Come a half hour early (6:15 PM) to enjoy our .NET FUNdamentals series:
Moving From Agile/Scrum to Kanban
My company, RelayHealth, has moved from Agile/Scrum to Kanban, or continuous flow development. We have also changed deployments from quarterly to weekly and are about to move to "at will". This talk is a summary of how our development teams work, our move to continuous, and the stumbles along the way. Included is an overview of the tools we use to make it possible.
Ron Cordell is the Operations Architect for RelayHealth. RelayHealth has a C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server 2008 based intrastructure for health system message processing and integration. Ron has been involved with health care software since about 2001 but also in a wide range of software (and some hardward) development for the past 35 years. These days Ron spends his outside of work time with his wife and two dogs as well as hiking, trail running, road and MTB cycling and just enjoying everything that life has to offer.