January 27, 2015
Caliburn.Micro provides many extensions to make our life easier. One of them is the ability to handle UI events and trigger a method call in the ViewModel. It is very similar to what you get when using EventToCommand (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dn237302.aspx) but caliburn makes it so much simpler. For instance, lets say I want to open the user profile when Tapping on an element somewhere in my Grid, I just write it like this: <Grid x:Name="GroupMemberItem"
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January 22, 2015
This year I will attend the Build conference that will take place in April 29th in San Francisco. I’m really excited about it and very curios about what is going to be announced. Just yesterday Microsoft announced the Windows 10 and the amazing HoloLens (http://www.pcworld.com/article/2873219/windows-10s-new-features-cortana-on-the-pc-continuum-and-more.html) so there surely going to be some discussions about those technologies. I believe that we will also hear a lot new things about Azure and the IoT. If you happen to be there don’t forget to come and say hello. And of course I will add news and updates to the blog while I’m...
January 18, 2015
in March 5-6 2015, I will have the pleasure to talk about how you can leverage Dependency Injection(DI) for better software design in Universal Application. it will be fun and I’m very excited so join me http://mdevcon.com/posts/2015/01/09/ash-furrow/