My colleague Dani Diaz, whom many of you know from the Windows Phone launch events in Boston, is briefly venturing out of his home mid-Atlantic territory to share his expertise and insight on developing for the Windows Phone platform. Thanks to the coordination of a few of the Western New York User Groups, he’s doing his own “I-90” tour next week. If you’re in the Rochester, Buffalo, or Syracuse areas it’s a great opportunity to hear from one of the experts!
Below are the links of his sessions as he swings through the area mid-week, followed by the abstracts of the two sessions he’ll be giving.
|May 29, 2012, 6 p.m.||MS Dev Western New York||Buffalo Computer Graphics
4185 Bayview Rd
|May 30, 2012, 6 p.m.||App Rochester||New Horizons
50 Methodist Hill, Suite 50
|May 31, 2012, 6 p.m.||Central New York .NET Developer Group||New Horizons Syracuse
6711 Towpath Road , Suite 100
East Syracuse NY
MoCloud: Useful Cloud Patterns for Mobile Developers
If you want to spicy up a resume with the latest tech scene buzz words, I can’t think of two better ones than “mobility” and “cloud”. We all know that both of these technologies will play a big role in the future of our industry. In this session, I will outline several popular design patterns for building powerful and scalable mobile applications. While all of the patterns shown are “cloud provider” independent, I will concentrate on Windows Azure using iOS, Android and Windows Phone as the mobile clients.
Introduction To The Async Framework
Asynchronous programing has been available to .Net developers since version 1. It is a technique use to maintain responsiveness of thread and not blocking it while an operation is being performed. Asynchrony preserves responsiveness while synchronous call blocks, until the result is returned. However the current async patterns available to ..net developers makes developer do funny things to your app code. In this session I will introduce the new Async framework available to Windows Phone, Windows 8 and .Net v.Next