October, 2012

October 25, 2012 – Austin State of .NET

Markus Egger (RD, MVP and Publisher of CODE Magazine) will be covering the following topics: Windows 8 Windows 8 “Metro” Style Development The impact of Windows 8 on today’s development effort The future of C# and VB The future of HTML and JavaScript Visual Studio 11 WPF, Silverlight, and other XAML technologies today and tomorrow [...]

October 22 and 23, 2012 – Windows 8 Camp in Austin

Windows 8 Dev Camp is coming to Austin! Join us for these free events with informative sessions and hands-on opportunities designed to help you start building applications for Windows8 or learn how to launch them to the Cloud. Choose that track below that best fits your needs. Keep in mind, separate registration is required for the Hackathon on Day 2. Attend [...]

October 17, 2012 – Kyle Simpson Presents: HTML5 JavaScript

Abstract: Let’s take a deep dive into the ugly nitty-gritty details of some of the most complicated and advanced JavaScript APIs that HTML5 has to offer, including, but not limited to: * < canvas > * History API * localStorage/sessionStorage * appCache * Web Sockets * Local Files + XHR2 * Web Workers * Native [...]

October 8, 2012 – Building a Language

Abstract We often take compilers for granted.  Text goes in, executables come out.  They may seem too complex to understand, but in fact they can be broken down into a series of smaller, much more accessible challenges.  We’ll cover the design and implementation of Rook (https://github.com/plioi/rook), an experimental .NET language implemented in C#.  First, we’ll [...]