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Thanks to everyone who watched my live stream from Webbdagarna in Stockholm. I’m planning to assemble all the videos from the stream and put them on youtube, I can’t promise that it’s going to work due to youtube/justin.tv limitations.
There’s a Swedish event in Stockholm 22-23 March called Webbdagarna (translation: web days). The focus of the event is to talk about e-commerce, social media, mobile development and much more. It’s not so much programming focus, in fact the only coding part of the event is what me and my colleuge will do.
The idea is that we are going to sit on stage for 2 days right next to the speakers to create a very cool mobile app, live! My main focus on this will be to create the API for the application, I will of course use the latest technology for this:
Our focus is to deliver a proof of concept and not a finished product, but since the audience will be “social media experts”, “seo experts” and whatnot, they won’t be interested in seeing the code. But I know that many of you guys would like to see this so I will be live streaming from the event on JustinTV (if the organizers and bandwidth allows for it).
I will be at the event to reprecent Star Republic which is where I work as a Software Engineer. We put together a pretty fun YouTube video presentation about what I will do there, I talk Swedish in it. So for you guys that don’t talk Swedish it might be like listening to the Swedish Chef(muppets)!
Video translation: I am Filip Ekberg and I work as a Software Engineer at Star Republic, follow us on this rock-n-roll journey, where we build Swedens coolest app, live on stage at Webbdagarna in Stockholm 22-23 March!
Don’t forget to follow me on twitter, this is where I will announce and communicate with everyone at the event (and outside the event).
I put together a short video that shows how you can create your own NuGet Package. This requires that you download the NuGet Package Explorer. Be sure to check out the NuGet documentation, it is very good.
This is my third screencast, talking about the dynamic keyword in C# 4.0. In this session I talk briefly about the dynamic keyword, where you might have seen it before and give some examples on how you can use it. I won’t go in to depth on the DRL, ExpandoObject or when/when not to use the Dynamic Keyword, that’s a whole other video.
As I stated in my last post I want to do short 8 – 15 minute videos scratching on the surface and then go in depth on the parts that most of you find interesting!
If you have any requests or questions regarding this or any other of my videos, don’t hesitate to leave a comment.
This is my second screencast, talking about the C# 5 async ctp. In this session I show how you can refactor old code that is using the task parallel library or a background worker to run time consuming operations asynchronously.
I also touch the surface on what continuation is and how it has been acheived using TPL and how it makes life easier when using async and await.