14. October 2010 01:40
Yes, I dropped off the map for a while. A long while. Friends and acquaintances from the community asked what I was doing. I can now begin to talk about what I’ve been working on. There are more announcements to come.
“Ezeedata Search” (as the marketing folks have chosen to call it) is, I suspect, one of the largest Silverlight 4 business application projects in production right now. My team worked outrageously hard, learned new technology very quickly, and generally overcame ridiculous challenges in order to bring this effort to market. I can’t show you screenshots yet of what Real Time Data Quality looks like, but it’s a challenging system to bring into an internet deployed smart client application. There should soon be more official press releases and possibly screenshots or screencasts if I get permission.
Now I’m going to play video games and get some rest.
3. October 2010 18:22
This coming Wednesday, October 6th I’ll be talking about Silverlight and MEF at the Chicago Silverlight User Group. I will be covering some advanced topics, so even if you’ve seen the usual 100 and 200 level stuff with MEF it might be worth your time to come out this week.
Details and registration can be found at http://chicagosilverlight.eventbrite.com/
I’ve been having some questions about when I’ll get back to Shinto, or AGT, or my Great Features for MVVM Friendly Objects series. This is the last week of my Infamous Deathmarch so I hope to slowly return to normalcy this fall.