If you live in Idaho, chances are you have already heard about Boise Code Camp. If not, then I suggest you check it out at BoiseCodeCamp.org. Boise Code Camp is a free community event that brings developers of all technologies together for a full day of geek glory. It is put on by developers for developers.
I will be giving a presentation on WPF called “WPF for Dummies”. This will be an introduction to WPF development and is intended for beginners. This session will focus on the basic usage of WPF to create applications. No spinning buttons, no fancy animations, and no image zooming. Just the basics.
What we’ll cover:
- About XAML
- Managing Layout
- Data Binding
- Styles and Templates
No matter what your flavor, there is probably a session, or sessions, for you. So go register and hope to see you there.
When: Saturday, March 28, 2009. Checkin starts at 8:00 am. My session is in the Engineering Technology Building room 110 and starts at 9:30 am.
Where: Micron Engineering building on the Boise State University campus.