Courses

Here you find a complete list of the 12 courses that I've authored for Pluralsight. Click on a course to find the details and a link to the course.

Course link: Testing .NET Code in Visual Studio 2019
Duration: 2h 52m
Release date: 16th July 2019
Short Description: Visual Studio 2019 has great support and new features for unit tests. This course will show you how to write and run unit tests in Visual Studio 2019 helping you write rock-solid applications.

Course link: Using Git for Source Control in Visual Studio 2019
Duration: 2h 3m
Release date: 1st April 2019
Short Description: Git is the most commonly used version control system. In this course you will learn how to use Git in Visual Studio 2019 while working on a .NET application in the context of a small team.

Course link: XAML: Getting Started
Duration: 5h 16m
Release date: 27th February 2019
Short Description: The Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) is a popular language to create user interfaces. In this course you'll learn how to use XAML to build modern Windows desktop applications with Microsoft's UI platforms UWP and WPF.

Course link: Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Blob Storage
Duration: 3h 57m
Release date: 29th October 2018
Short Description: Azure Blob Storage provides massively scalable storage for unstructured data like images, videos, or documents. This course teaches you how to set up Azure Blob Storage and how to use it in your .NET applications.

Course link: .NET Standard: Getting Started
Duration: 2h 44m
Release date: 14th May 2018
Short Description: In this course you'll learn how to write class libraries that target .NET Standard, so that your class libraries can be shared across different .NET platforms like .NET Framework, .NET Core, and Xamarin.

Course link: Azure Event Hubs for .NET Developers: Fundamentals
Duration: 4h 57m
Release date: 22nd February 2018
Short Description: Azure Event Hubs is a telemetry ingestion service to collect millions of events. This course will teach you how to use Event Hubs, including sending and receiving events in .NET, using Stream Analytics, and triggering Azure Functions and Logic Apps.

Course link: Building an Enterprise App with WPF, MVVM, and Entity Framework Code First
Duration: 9h 1m
Release date: 21st August 2017
Short Description: WPF is a popular and solid technology to build desktop applications for Windows. This course teaches you how to build a full enterprise application that uses a SQL Server database.

Course link: Compiled Data Binding Fundamentals in UWP Using XAML
Duration: 2h 49m
Release date: 19th August 2016
Short Description: Compiled data bindings with x:Bind are faster than classical data bindings created with the Binding markup extension. This course will teach you the basics of x:Bind, including converting with functions, binding events and more.

Course link: WPF and MVVM: Test Driven Development of ViewModels
Duration: 5h 22m
Release date: 12th April 2016
Short Description: Testing your ViewModels while they're in development can help you create better apps. In this course, you'll learn how to use test-driven development (TDD) to build the ViewModels of your MVVM application.

Course link: WPF and MVVM: Advanced Model Treatment
Duration: 6h 54m
Release date: 15th November 2015
Short Description: In this course, you learn how to use Model-wrappers in your MVVM-application for several scenarios: to highlight changed fields, to highlight invalid fields, to display validation errors, to enable the save button only if there are changes, and more

Course link: XAML Layout in Depth
Duration: 4h 44m
Release date: 15th January 2015
Short Description: This course will teach you to build professional user interfaces in XAML-based applications, understand the layout process, and learn about layout-properties, panels, transformations, projections, and advanced topics to create exciting layouts.

Course link: Windows Store Apps – Data Binding in Depth
Duration: 4h 33m
Release date: 23rd July 2014
Short Description: Learn how to create data-driven Windows Store Apps by using Data Bindings, Data Templates, and WinRT's Data Controls.