Now a Technical Contributor for PluralSight
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.
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.