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WinRT development - client side patterns

Time: 5:30pm pizza & networking
6pm presentation starts.

Presentation abstract:
WinRT on Windows 8 is a fantastic and exciting new platform for developers - but how do you get the most out of this new platform? New framework features and controls are one thing, but how does a developer (and designer!) really squeeze the most out of the new platform? In this session, Jordan will cover one of the most important facets of WinRT development - client side patterns. Not for the faint hearted - we explore the latest and greatest ways to build amazing applications, using patterns like Model-View-ViewModel, automatic convention based view selection, navigation, transitions, parallel workflows and much more. Walk away from this session wondering how you ever managed before seeing these techniques in action!
Warning: This is a level[masked] talk. Prepare to have your mind expanded.

About Jordan Knight:
Jordan’s passion is building consumer focused applications – with XAML(y) languages and HTML5 in particular. Jordan has been heavily involved in the technical community in Australia and founded the SDDN, a user group focusing on Silverlight and Windows Phone development. He is a seasoned presenter with many appearances at TechEd in Australia and New Zealand among others. Jordan is a Microsoft MVP and runs his own company called Xamling which focuses on building client experiences for the web and mobile.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry to intimate late got stuck in urgen work really missing to meet u all

    May 27, 2013

  • Nick C.

    sick today

    May 27, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Just wanted to throw out an FYI that there's a hackathon this weekend for anyone who might be interested in starting something in advance. I got a 100% discount code for. Looks pretty cool. Code is MELhack http://bit.ly/13xHlO6

    May 17, 2013

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