25 Oct
2010

Now a Technical Contributor for PluralSight

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If you haven?t noticed by now, I have been somewhat quiet in the community lately, but there are a few good reasons for that.? The first reason is that I have been working on my Extended WPF Toolkit project on CodePlex.? I also recently had a new baby girl, born just 4 months ago and haven?t been getting the necessary geek time I normally have. Babies seem to take up any free time you have and all the time you didn?t have.?

I am also excited to announce that I am now a technical contributor for PluralSight. You can check out my lame bio pic and corresponding verbage here.? Now, any speckle of free time I have goes into recording content for the On-Demand library.? I have recently published two modules; one covering the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) design pattern, and the other on the Decorator design pattern, both of which can be found in the Design Patterns Library.

During my interview process with PluralSight I had to create a sample video demonstrating a simple concept.? I chose to cover the WPF Eventing model.? Normally, these recordings are discarded and go to waste, never to been seen by anyone.? I have decided to not trash mine, and share with you my first attempt at recording a PluralSight On-Demand video.

Now remember this was my first attempt, and therefore falls within the ?First time I did this so any mistakes are forgiven no matter what? rule.

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Hopefully it didn?t completely suck and maybe you even learned something.? If you would like to test drive PluralSight, sign up for a guest pass. The guest pass is free and allows you to view a few clips from every module in every course in the On-Demand library.? What do you have to loose?? If you have any feedback please feel free to leave it below.

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