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MSDN Radio: Shazzam and Windows Phone 7 with Walt Ritscher

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This week on MSDN Radio we welcome Walt Ritscher, author of the Shazzam Shader Editor and enthusiast of Windows Phone 7. We'll find out what's new and happening with Windows Phone 7 and explore the technology trends that keep us engaged. This show is hosted by Mike Benkovich and Mithun Dhar.

MSDN Radio is a weekly Developer talk-show that helps answer your questions about the latest Microsoft news, solutions, and technologies. We dive into the challenges of deciphering today’s technology stack. Visit www.MSDNRadio.com to register for upcoming shows or for on-demand content.

Guest: Walt Ritscher, MVP and Author, Shazzam Shader Editor

Walt Ritscher's enthusiasm for crafting software interfaces blossomed early, first surfacing while coding on a borrowed Apple computer. Now he travels the world speaking at software conferences and teaching a diverse portfolio of programming topics. On the consulting side, he works with customers like Microsoft HP, Intel, and Intuit and enjoys being part of the Wintellect consultant group. He writes for several publications, including CODE Magazine, TechTarget and is featured as the Silverlight video author for www.Lynda.com.

His current UI obsession includes Microsoft Silverlight, Windows Phone 7 and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) APIs. His blog can be found at http://blog.wpfwonderland.com/. Walt is also a MVP and the author of the free Shazzam Shader Editor.


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