Flashcards.Show – Planning a Cross-Platform Solution

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Following is another post by Yochay Kiriaty on a project I’ve done for Microsoft involving WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone 7 and Windows Azure. If you’re interested in more details, make sure you come to my presentation at the coming SDP 2011 conference (in two days!). I recently blogged about Flashcards.Show Version 2 for WPF, Silverlight, and Windows Phone, which features the Flashcards.Show application. I’m not going to (again) review the app, but I do want to talk about how we developed the application and the design the code base to support multiple clients....

Flashcards.Show Version 2 for the Desktop, Browser, and Windows Phone

Friday, March 4, 2011

Following is a great post by Yochay Kiriaty on a project I’ve done involving WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone 7 and Windows Azure. If you’re interested in more details, make sure you come to my presentation at the coming SDP 2011 conference. The Flashcards.show application has been around for few months now. It is mostly used as a developer’s reference and demo for showing specific and cool Windows 7 features. While the first version of the Flashcards let you create all kinds of decks and then consume these cards in the form...

TechEd Israel 2010: Day 1 Summary

Monday, November 29, 2010

My journey to TechEd began with a flight at 12:30 from Natbag, courtesy of Microsoft (thanks again Michal). Unfortunately, since my flight was at 12:30 (and actually left at 13:00), I had no chance of make it in time to the first session, “Developers Tools and Technologies Keynote” by Jason Zander. This was especially annoying since the entire session revolved around a project I’ve been personally working on for the last few months, named FlashCards.Show. In FlashCards.Show I’ve ported a WPF reference application to both a Silverlight web application and a Windows Phone application. ...