Event – 22/04/2013 – Edinburgh – Applied MVVM in Windows 8 apps: not your typical MVVM session!

Scottish Developers are pleased to announce that Gill Cleeren returns to Scotland on Monday the 22nd of April, in Edinburgh!

Gill Cleeren is Microsoft Regional Director, MVP ASP.NET, INETA speaker bureau member and Silverlight Insider. He lives in Belgium where he works as .NET architect at Ordina. Passionate about .NET, he’s always playing with the newest bits. In his role as Regional Director, Gill has given many sessions, webcasts and trainings on new as well as existing technologies, such as Silverlight, ASP.NET and WPF. He also leads VISUG (www.visug.be), the largest .NET user group in Belgium. He’s the author of Silverlight Data and Services Cookbook. You can find his blog at www.snowball.be

About the session
For some time now, the community has been touting the MVVM pattern as being the best way to build XAML-based applications. By now, you should be convinced that MVVM is really the way to go. But then, you start building a real-world Windows 8 application and you encounter all kinds of challenges you hadn’t thought about before. How do I properly structure an application? How do I implement navigation? How do I manage tiles or contracts from MVVM? How do I use Dependency injection correctly? And how do the new data controls in Windows 8 work in combination with MVVM?

A whole list of questions that this session will aim at answering!

Location
Microsoft (Edinburgh Office)
Conan Doyle, 4th Floor Waverley Gate
2-4 Waterloo Place
EH1 3EG Edinburgh
United Kingdom

Agenda
18.30 – Doors open
18.55 – Welcome
19.00 – Applied MVVM in Windows 8 apps: not your typical MVVM session!
20.30 – Close

There is no cost to attend this event.

Register to attend here:
http://gillcleeren2013.eventbrite.com/

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