Session links now available!
We held a TechDays online conference, Build an App for That, last Thursday where attendees, including students, enjoyed demo-rich sessions designed to help with building applications for the browser, Windows 7, and Windows Phone 7. We now have all the recordings of the sessions available on the agenda links below (we are still waiting for two recording to be put live). If you did attend we’d love to hear your feedback so we can make it even better next time. Please take a couple of minutes to fill in our feedback form
At the same time the Academic Team ran an online session for Microsoft Student Partners (MSPs). The UK MSPs were a really active bunch tweeting a lot on the #uktechdays tag and being really positive and constructive where criticism was required! There may be an MSP at your University. Don’t forget, you can get hold of a lot of the technology from DreamSpark or perhaps check out if your department has signed an MSDN AA agreement.
Applications with Windows and HTML
Applications in Silverlight Introduction
Applications in Silverlight in-depth
15.00 – 15.45
Keynote – Microsoft & The Client Landscape, Mark Quirk
15.45 – 16.30
The Bluffer’s Guide to Expression Blend, Jon Harris
10 minute break
16.40 – 17.25
Modern Windows Applications
Silverlight Platform Overview
WCF RIA Services
User Interfaces with Touch
Silverlight for Windows Phone 7 Overview
Architectural Patterns with MVVM and RIA Services
18.20 – 19.05
Using HTML5 and CSS3 Today
Silverlight for LOB Apps
Creating Silverlight Apps with PRISM
19.05 – 19.50
Internet Explorer 9
Silverlight and Multi-Tier Apps
Premium Media Experiences with Silverlight
The developer Team here selected the following as their picks– do you agree? Let us know what you liked most by posting a comment below.
1. Expression Blend training
2. SketchFlow video
3. Great blog about software design and user experience
4. A fun way to learn about building Silverlight applications with Expression
5. Multi-touch input in Silverlight
6. Building modern Windows applications and more information on WPF (Mike T's content)
Hi is the WCFRIA recording coming soon?
Good catch - I'll cahse the TechDays team and find out where it is
hi any news on the recordings?
We've got one of them but not the WCF RIA - have chased them....
We tracked it down and have now posted it on the blog - thanks for your patience Steve.
great thanks, as the one I most wanted to see....cheers