7901 Stoneridge Drive
Pleasanton, California 94588

One of the most impressive features of WPF is its support for animations. This presentation will go through a series of step by step demonstrations which illustrate what properties to set and what methods must be used to control an animation. It will also explain to what extent Visual Studio can be used to create animations and where Expression Blend is required.
It will also show how animations can be used in Silverlight to created dynamic web applications. Finally, it will outline the limitations which apply to Silverlight applications in comparison to the broader WPF animation technology.

Registration is required for this event. Please visit the Event Homepage to register. (it's free)

Speaker Biography

Cal Schrotenboer

Cal is a C# developer with experience in building Windows Forms application front ends for SQL Server databases. He also teaches programming classes (Advanced C#, WPF, Expression Blend, WCF, ASP.NET, VSTO, Powershell, SQL Server 2005) at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California and Microsoft Network Administration (MCSE) classes at Mission College in Santa Clara. Recently Cal has begun specializing in WPF. He has done five MSDN Webcasts on various WPF topics and has spoken to User Groups and Code Camps throughout California about WPF. His Foothill College WPF and Expression Blend classes were likely the first college level classes in these topics available anywhere. Cal maintains a WPF blog at www.WPFLearningExperience.com. His outside interests include travel and photography ( www.travelswithcal.com). Cal has a sample XBAP application available at www.travelswithcal.com/wpfzone and sample Silverlight applications at www.schrotenboer.com/cal/resume and www.drinkmate.com/standardimprints/


5:45 - 6:30 .NET FUNdamentals
6:45 - 7:15 tech talk: tips and tricks, Q & A; announcements
7:15 - 8:00 presentation and open discussion
8:00 - 8:10 break
8:10 - 8:45 presentation and open discussion
8:45 - 9:00 giveaways

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Added by Kenny Spade on February 9, 2008

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