patterns & practices Prism, Unity, WPF & MVVM Boise
Join Prism Team members Bob Brumfield (lead developer), Geoff Cox (developer), and Karl Shifflett (program manager) for an information packed 2 days of instruction followed up by a day of pair-programming.
Lunch will be provided each day for attendees.
Monday, 27 June
- Data Binding
- Commands in M-V-VM
- Error Handling, Logging & Dialogs in M-V-VM
- Data Validation
- M-V-VM Tips & Tricks
- Unit Testing & Moq
Tuesday, 28 June
- Introduction to Prism
- Unity and Dependency Injection
- Shell and Bootstrapping
Wednesday, 29 June
- Pair Programming
Wednesday is dedicated to pair-programming, getting your questions answered, and an opportunity for you to apply the last two days’ training against your scenarios and programming style.
This is a free event for 72 attendees.
Each seat has a desktop, power and wireless. Bring your laptop to take notes and for the pair programming day.
Hampton Inns & Suites Boise Downtown (2 blocks) Link provides an event rate of $119.00.
The Grove Hotel (3 blocks)
Hotel 43 (4 Blocks)
Marriott Courtyard (1/2 Mile) Link provides a event rate of $93.00. Click link, then click FIND button.
Registration is free but seating is very limited. Please do not register unless you will attend. If you find that after registering, that you can't make it, please contact Karl Shifflett so your seat can be given to another developer. You can contact Karl by using the contact Host link on the right side of the page.
Pre-Event Dinner Sunday, 26 June
Come and join local Boise developers and other event attendees for dinner at the Goodwood Barbecue Company at 6:00pm. (note: each person is responsible for the cost of their dinner.)
Please sign up for the dinner so we can make accurate reservations: http://prismboisedinner.eventbrite.com/
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patterns & practices Prism Team
The patterns & practices team consists of experienced architects, developers, writers, and testers. We work openly with the developer community and industry experts, on every project, to ensure that some of the best minds in the industry have contributed to and reviewed the guidance as it is being developed.
We also love our role as the bridge between the real world needs of our customers and the wide range of products and technologies that Microsoft provides.