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WPF-book is now available in stores, maybe you win a free one @MSUGS

Monday, June 30th, 2008

Since last week my German WPF-book is available in stores. You find more details about the book and some snippets of chapter 1 and chapter 14 on Galileo Computing. You can order the book on the Galileo Comuting-Website or on amazon.de and other stores.

For any questions about the book, write a comment to this post or use the contact-form of my homepage. If you’ve already got the book, I’m looking forward to your feedback.

What’s going on next:

Free MSUGS-Event about developing Custom Controls with the chance to win a WPF-book:
On Wednesday, 20th August, you can visit a free event in cooperation with the Microsoft User Group Switzerland (MSUGS) about developing Custom Controls with WPF. The event will be in Zurich @Trivadis (Europastrasse 5). You find more details about the event here. At the end of this event, you can win one WPF-Book for free.

WPF-Course @Trivadis:
If you want to know more things about WPF-Programming, take a look at the 3-day WPF-course at Trivadis, which you find here. If you take this course, you’ll get a WPF-book, the Trivadis course-material, and everything you need to become a rich & famous WPF-Programmer. ;-)

DataAccess in the time of LINQ:
Christoph Pletz and I are working on a TechnoCircle – a one day event you can visit in the second half of this year @Trivadis – about DataAccess in the time of LINQ. This TechnoCircle does not only show you how LINQ works, it shows how to implement a Data Access Layer in the time of LINQ in a Three-Layer-Architecture. It also discusses the usage of LINQ to SQL vs. Entity Framework vs. DataSets etc. As soon as you can register for the TechnoCircle, you’ll find more infos on the Trivadis-website and of course here on my blog…