Bytes by MSDN: Kathleen Dollard and Tim Huckaby discuss Visual Studio and .NET Tips and Tricks
- Posted: Aug 09, 2012 at 9:14AM
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Join Tim Huckaby Founder/Chairman, InterKnowlogy Founder/CEO, Actus Interactive Software and Kathleen Dollard .NET Coach, Crystal MEF Lab chat about .Net and Visual Studio11. Kathleen talks about what she likes in upcoming releases of Visual Studio 11 and Managed Extensibility Framework ( MEF). She shares her favorite tips and tricks with Visual Studio, RegX search and replace. Watch this interview to for tons of practical information!
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Tim Huckaby is focused on the Natural User Interface (NUI) in Rich Client and Rich Internet Application (RIA) Technologies like Silverlight & WPF on the computer, the Surface, and Windows Phone 7. He has been called a "Pioneer of the Smart Client Revolution" by the press.
Tim has been awarded multiple times for the highest rated Keynote and technical presentations for Microsoft and numerous other technology conferences around the world by Microsoft Corporation. Tim has done presentations on Microsoft technologies at technology events like Microsoft Tech Ed, Product Launch events, Dev Days, MEC, World Wide Partner Conference, MGB, MGX, and the PDC, along with 3rd party technology conferences all over the world is consistently rated in the top 10% of all speakers at these events. Tim was selected by Microsoft as a speaker for the International .NET Association and speaks at events world-wide on Microsoft's behalf. Tim has done keynote demos at big Microsoft events and product launches for numerous Microsoft executives including Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer.
Tim founded InterKnowlogy, experts in Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Platforms, and Actus Interactive Software, and has 25+ years experience including serving on a Microsoft product team as a development lead on an architecture team. Tim is a Microsoft Regional Director, an MVP and serves on multiple Microsoft councils and boards like the Microsoft .NET Partner Advisory Council.