Webcasts on Windows Phone 8 development

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Recently, I’ve done two sessions on Windows Phone 8 development, that are available on YouTube. If you’re new to Windows Phone, these sessions may help you to get started. The session are in English and are comprised mostly of coding examples. A third session is planned to happen about 2 weeks from now.First session: Second session:Enjoy!
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Some Short Videos I Made

Thursday, May 26, 2011

I’ve created a few short videos, covering some introductory material – still may be useful for some… The audio quality is not the best possible, but should be fairly understandable. All the videos are in Hebrew (sorry, non-Hebrew speakers! You can still watch me type code samples, it may have some value) The videos are: Introduction to C# 5.0 asynchronous programming Introduction to the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) Understanding XAML (Part 1) Understanding XAML (Part 2)   They are also available (or will be shortly) on the Hi-Tech TV web site....

C# 4.0 New Features Videos

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Recently, I’ve given several sessions on “What’s new in C# 4.0?” in an MS Open House and the Nes Tziona User group. For those unable to attend, or just want some refreshing, I’ve created 3 videos on the main C# 4 features (“Optional and named arguments”, “dynamically typed objects” and “generic variance”). You can watch those on the Hi-Tech TV web site. Enjoy!
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What to expect in C++0x? (Video)

Monday, November 9, 2009

The upcoming new C++ standard, dubbed C++0x (hopefully, x will be a single (decimal) digit (9)) is quite intriguing, with many new features to the language and the supporting standard library. Here’s a video of a lecture given by the inventor and original implementor of C++, Bjarne Stroustrup. Very interesting, not just from the point of view of features, but design-wise and decision-wise as well.
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Course and Videos

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Hi-Tech college has recently posted a few videos on system administration and software development. My own 3 videos are there on .NET topics. They can be viewed here. On a related note, I'll be teaching an Advanced .NET with C# Course through Hi-Tech college on the 25-27 of this month. The syllabus can be found here by searching for the course number 4151. Happy Hanuka! 
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