MSDN Webcast: geekSpeak: Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere with Shawn Wildermuth (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032322887
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Windows Vista.
Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.

MSDN geekSpeak is a new kind of webcast series, hosted by Glen Gordon and Susan Wisowaty from the MSDN Events team which provides a "talk-radio" format where industry experts share their knowledge of and experience with a particular developer technology. Hear about industry trends, new technology, real-world experiences, and more. Have your questions answered in real time, hear lively discussion and debate, and add your comments to the fray. In this installment of geekSpeak, Shawn Wildermuth (ADO.NET guy) explores the new presentation technology Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere, code-named WPF/E. If you have a question or comment you would like us to address during the webcast, visit the geekSpeak blog and submit it now.

Presenter: Glen Gordon, MSDN Developer Community Champion, Microsoft Corporation

Originally from New York, Glen Gordon earned a degree in applied psychology from Georgia Institute of Technology, where he studied the learning process and how humans interact with computers. Glen has more than 12 years of experience as a software trainer and presenter, and he knows how to design for scalability, usability, and supportability. His current passion is mobile applications. Glen lives near Atlanta with his wife and three children, and his hobbies include playing the piano and improv comedy.



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