MSDN Magazine December Issue Preview

It’s been four full days since Thanksgiving, and I’m still recovering from tryptophan poisoning. Fortunately, my drowsiness isn’t holding things up at MSDN Magazine, where we soon expect to roll out the December issue. Leading things off in December is Bill Kratochvil’s feature titled The Model-View-Presenter-ViewModel Design Pattern for WPF, which delves into the history…


MSDN Library: More Windows Phone 7 Guidance

Last week I mentioned that the MSDN Libraries had posted a few new articles focused on Windows Phone 7 application and game development. Well, there are a couple more Windows Phone-themed how-to articles that you may want to check out. The first is called Windows Phone 7 -Silverlight & Media, and as the name implies,…


New Windows Phone 7 Content on MSDN Library

Don’t look now, but the MSDN Library features new content focused on Windows Phone 7 application and game development. Leading things off is an article titled Developing a Windows Phone Application from Start to Finish, which walks through building a complete Windows Phone 7 application and includes a sample application. You’ll learn all the basics,…


5 Questions: Imagine That

In the October issue of MSDN Magazine, Don’t Get Me Started columnist David Platt wrote about his experience acting as a judge at the Imagine Cup finals held in New York City. As David recounts, the global competition did more than simply attract some of the best and brightest young minds in software development. It…