Using IValueConverter in WPF – Screencast [HEB]

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Recently, I've recorded some screencasts that demonstrates common techniques when implementing line-of-business applications in WPF. In the coming month, each week, I will release a new screencast on a topic of choice. I've decided to start my screencasts with a few common binding techniques. In the first screencast I give a simple demonstration on how to use IValueConverter in a WPF application. Please notice that the screencast was recorded in Hebrew, but the demo is clear enough to be watched without understanding a word. You can watch the screencast on YouTube HD here. Or here, embedded in my blog:On my next screencast we...

My SDP 2011 Lecturer Interview

Monday, February 28, 2011

Last week SELA conducted a LIVE interview with all of the speakers at SDP 2011 (Sela Developer Practice conference). You can catch my interview on the new Sela College Channel: or on YouTube: That’s me on the right :) In my interview I talked about the presentation I’ll deliver on March 15 in the Client track on the topic WPF + Silverlight + Windows Phone 7 = 3-Screens Development where I’ll show how to develop an application to WPF, Silverlight and Windows Phone 7, while maintaining...

My Session on Sela College Channel

Monday, December 20, 2010

A few months ago I delivered a session on Windows 7 features in WPF and WinForms applications. In this session I show, among other things, how to work with the Windows 7 Taskbar, how to work with sensors information (light, temperature, etc.), how to use the Windows 7 Ribbon and more. Fortunately for all those who missed it, the session was recorded and is now available via Sela’s latest invention: Sela College Channel, a broadcasting channel for software related videos. You can see the session on this link. Note that the session...
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