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Recording of Webinar 'Advanced MVVM for Windows Phone' by Peter Kuhn

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Tags:   mvvm , windows-phone , webinar , peter-kuhn
Categories:   Windows Phone
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Watch a recording of the webinar 'Advanced MVVM for Windows Phone' delivered by MCC Peter Kuhn on April 18th, 2012. 

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Webinar summary: A ton of articles on MVVM have been published over the last years, and various frameworks exist to aid developers. But even when you're familiar with MVVM on other platforms like WPF and Silverlight, Windows Phone and its inherent mechanisms and programming paradigms can cause some surprise when you start working with the platform. 


In this webinar we'll take a closer look at some of the issues that arise on Windows Phone when you're using MVVM, and how to elegantly solve them. We'll also talk about how the limitations of a mobile platform can cause additional problems for the MVVM pattern that are not relevant on other platforms, and how to deal with these situations. To attend this webinar, you should have basic knowledge on MVVM already, as the pattern itself is not explicitly introduced in detail again.

Some small prizes were given in this webinar:
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Guest profile

Peter Kuhn

Peter Kuhn


Peter Kuhn, aka "Mister Goodcat" is an MCPD for .NET, Silverlight and Windows Phone 7, and has earned the Microsoft Community Contributor award in 2011. He has more than ten years of experience in the industry and works as a software architect and consultant for .NET and Silverlight for Applied Information Technologies (http://www.aitgmbh.de). You can find his blog and more info on http://www.pitorque.de/MisterGoodcat

Peter is the author of many SilverlightShow articles, among which the appreciated 14-part article series 'XNA for Silverlight Developers' (also available as an ebook) and 'Getting Ready for the Windows Phone Exam 70-599' (available as an ebook too). He also delivered the following SilverlightShow webinars:



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