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Intâlnire CodeCamp la Cluj-Napoca - 18 feb. 2012

Si iată ca am pregătit încă un eveniment pentru dezvoltatorii din Cluj-Napoca. Va așteptam pe toți in 18 februatie, de la ora 9:50 pe Calea Dorobanţilor, Nr. 18-20, etaj 7( sediul Yonder).

Participarea la eveniment este gratuita. Mulțumim în special sponsoriilor pentru sustinere.

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O introducere in Access Control Service
Mihai Nadăș
Un nou mod de a implementa scenarii hibride de autentificare folosind Windows Azure, Facebook, Twitter sau Active Directory.
Introducere in Windows Phone 7
Paul Țirban
O introducere in lumea WP7. Incepand de la API si tooluri pentru dezvoltare, pana la markerplace.
Pauza de masa
Delicious Lunch (courtesy of our sponsors)
Discover the power of Kinect
Radu Vunvulea
Discover the power of Kinect as the hardware device equipped with a very simple and powerful SDK. Face recognition or object tracking can be made with the based API without headaches
LoB (Line of Business) apps on Silverlight - custom controls composition
Dragos Andronic
6 months into porting a desktop app on the web (with the help of the SL platform) is time to look back and see what went well and what could have went better.
Discussing today: custom controls composition
- using the fluid layout (examples)
- using Prism based region navigation (examples)
- Prism based region navigation & hard-linking
- delegating UI design
- performance, performance, performance - some of the issues we've encountered

Pentru mai multe informații
  • Mihai Nadăș
    • 0742117996
  • Radu Vunvulea
    • 0766562375


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