Teaching developers: A peek inside the inner workings of InnerWorkings
- Posted: Dec 11, 2008 at 3:08 PM
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InnerWorkings is an independent software company whose mission is to help developers learn to write better code faster on the .NET framework. Developers learn by solving real coding challenges and getting instant feedback on their solutions in Visual Studio. An online platform supports the product offering -- help is provided through MSDN articles, Safari Books Online, and a dedicated Personal Tutor service. In addition, they have developed a catalog of ‘practice based’ content showcasing Microsoft technologies (including pre-RTM) such as ASP.NET, Silverlight 2, Object Oriented Development, Generics, WCF, WPF, WF, .NET 3.5 (LINQ, new features in C# 3.0 and VB 9), AJAX, Enterprise Library, Visual Studio Team System, TSQL, and Web Services. Watch the interview to hear more about their plans to develop learning content for Dynamic Data (Astoria) as well as Cloud computing (Azure) and more.
When you’ve finished watching the interview, visit this special offer with free Silverlight 2 training, developed just for the Channel 9 audience. You can download 1 hour of free hands-on coding challenges on the MediaPlayer control and data binding in Silverlight 2 from InnerWorkings. Check it out!
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