Bytes by MSDN: Ken Getz and Rob Cameron on MSXML
- Posted: Feb 17, 2011 at 6:47 AM
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Meet Ken Getz, Courseware Developer for AppDev and Senior Consultant for MCW Technologies LLC, and Rob Cameron, Senior Architect Evangelist at Microsoft. In this interview, they cover a variety of topics and technologies including: Visual Studio, MSXML, Silverlight, Expressions Blend and Visual Basic. Why are two developers talking about Expression Blend? Ken believes that Blend is an important tool for developers, not just designers, to create good looking applications. Ken shares a plethora of tips, with Rob, that any developer could benefit from; so click and join the conversation!
|Senior Consultant, MCW Technologies, LLC Ken Getz is a developer, writer, and trainer, working as a senior consultant with MCW Technologies, LLC. In addition to writing hundreds of technical articles over the past fifteen years, he is lead courseware author for AppDev (http://www.appdev.com). Ken has co-authored several technical books for developers, including the best-selling ASP.NET Developer’s Jumpstart, Access Developer’s Handbook series, and VBA Developer’s Handbook series, and continues to write technical articles. Ken is a member of the INETA Speakers Bureau, and speaks regularly at a large number of industry events, including 1105 Media’s Visual Studio Live!, and Microsoft’s Tech-Ed.|
|Employed by Microsoft since 2001, Rob Cameron is an Industry Architect Evangelist with Microsoft Corporation based out of Atlanta, Georgia. As part of Microsoft's Communication Sector Developer & Platform Evangelism team, Rob focuses on development tools and technologies focused on mobile devices, gaming, and embedded devices for telecommunications, cable, and media & entertainment companies. Rob co-authored several titles including Building ASP.NET Server Controls, Pro ASP.NET 3.5 Server Controls and AJAX Components, Silverlight 2 Recipes, and most recently Silverlight 3 Recipes. He has a master's degree in information technology management and a bachelor's degree in computer science. Visit Rob's blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/RobCamer.|