Sign up Now for XAMLFest WPF, Silverlight Training Event Online Next Week

xamlfest XAMLfest Online will help both developers and designers work with WPF and Silverlight tools. This is the online version of the training that went around the United States earlier this year. You’ll learn how to build a application from the ground up. Training shows how both designers and developer tools work together to build a complete application.

The content will be delivered via a combination of live and recorded content daily between June 1 and June 5. Recorded content can be accessed at any time, but each recorded session should be viewed prior to its related live session. Live sessions will take place twice daily for a duration of 2 hours each. Morning sessions will focus on designer-oriented content, whereas afternoon sessions will focus on developer-oriented content. All participants are invited to attend both sessions, but those choosing to attend only morning or only afternoon sessions will still have a seamless experience.

Register for each session you’d like to attend. Click the session name to register.

XAML Continuum clip_image002[6] Available May 22, 2009.
XAML for Designers clip_image004 June 1, 2009 / 9:00 AM PDT (noon EDT)
XAML for Developers clip_image004[1] June 1, 2009 / 1:00 PM PDT (4 PM EDT)
XAML Fundamentals clip_image002[7] Available May 22, 2009.
Layouts and Controls in Blend clip_image004[2]June 2, 2009 / 9:00 AM PDT (noon EDT)
Layouts and Controls in Visual Studio clip_image004[3] June 2, 2009 / 1:00 PM PDT (4 PM EDT)
Prototyping clip_image005 Available May 22, 2009
New Prototyping Features in Blend 3 clip_image004[4] June 3, 2009 / 9:00 AM PDT (noon EDT)
Building a Domain Model in Visual Studio clip_image004[5] June 3, 2009 / 1:00 PM PDT (4 pm EDT)
Patterns and Practices clip_image005[1] Available May 22, 2009
Styles, Resources, Templates and Animations clip_image004[6] June 4, 2009 / 9:00 AM PDT (noon EDT)
Implementing the M-V-VM Pattern clip_image004[7] June 4, 2009 / 1:00 PM PDT (4 PM EDT)
Upsizing clip_image005[2] Available May 22, 2009
Using Blend to Create WPF Apps and Controls clip_image004[8] June 5, 2009 / 9:00 AM PDT (noon EDT)
Code Reusability between Silverlight and WPF clip_image004[9] June 5, 2009 / 1:00 PM PDT (4 PM EDT)

For more information, see XAMLFest Online.

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