Looking forward to this. Was just wondering whateva happened to the OnNavigatingFrom thingie...
Besides: Jeremy's: "Hello Andy, I'm from the United States..." and Andy's remark "I never would have guessed..." was an outstanding moment in the world of educational streaming... just perfect... Hilarious... That said... Much respect to both Jeremy and Andy .... Much obliged... Thank you guys...
Visual Studio XAML Designer still a horrible experience, spitting out ambiguous and unhelpful load errors and exceptions. (e.g. against third party NuGet Controls.) No native Chart controls in UWP Toolbox !
I had to give up on UWP for Numerical Analysis App, because of all the problems with XAML design and go back to plain old Windows Forms, which remains a much more robust development and design environment, albeit Windows Desktop only. And it has built in Chart controls.
What's the difference between this course and the developer's guide from may (with Jerry Nixon & Andy Wigley)???
When does it support English subtitles?
@Antonio:Basically, build. and it means... A LOT OF difference to write code, because some features or libraries has change.
We need someone who can explain Microsoft philosophy on how people who know how to develop application can develop application when the layers below then change every 6 months and Microsoft's philosophy on development changes ever 3 months.
This video is the equivalent to drunken ramblings.
A side note: I have never heard interfaces explained in such a complicated manor, but really, are we saying that windows 10 240 and is the minor version really important here? Does any one that programs dot net code last more that a year? Why does Microsoft think we need more elementary topics? My guess is because the high level stuff changes on a daily bases.
Java doesn't have as many user groups and (free) training videos as Microsoft, but really I think their content in much better and its an easier platform to scale against.