01/08/2013 06:00 PM
January 2013 :: RabbitMQ
Messaging is asynchronous, decoupling applications by separating sending and receiving data. The use of messaging will enable your software applications to connect and scale. Applications can connect to each other, as components of a larger application, or to user devices and data. In this session Ken will walk you through using EasyNetQ and a RabbitMQ server to easily create a fast, flexible and reliable message solution for your .NET projects.
02/02/2013 08:00 AM
Workshop: TypeScript in Action
02/12/2013 06:00 PM
Feburary 2013 :: Game Development using the Unity Game Engine and the Mono Framework
03/12/2013 06:00 PM
04/09/2013 06:00 PM
April 2013 :: Building Immersive Applications for Windows 8
Windows 8 opened up a whole new set of possibilities for application developers in terms of how their applications can interact with the underlying operating system, with other applications as well as with the users. Specifically this includes the ability to utilize Contracts (search, share, settings) to give the impression your application is "one" with the operating system as well as creating live Tiles to allow your application to communicate with the users even when the application is not running. In this session we will take a look at how you can use Contracts and Tiles to provide your application a grat user experience and make your users feel truly engaged.
05/14/2013 06:00 PM
May 2013 :: Microsoft Office Open XML SDK
Most of the time, using a reporting tool such as SQL Server Reporting Services will work just fine for generating reports. However, there are times when there is a requirement to emulate existing and complicated forms, include images, generate and include charts, or even allow users to be able to customize and upload their own report templates. See how you can do this with the Microsoft Open XML SDK for Microsoft Office Library.