geekSpeak Recording - Accessibility and WPF with Robert Altland

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In this episode of geekSpeak, we explore how to write accessible applications using Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Microsoft Silverlight with Robert Altland, a principal consultant with Neudesic. Robert provides a quick review of UI automation, the new accessibility framework for WPF, and Silverlight application development. This geekSpeak is hosted by Lynn Langit and Mithun Dhar.

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Guest Info: Robert Altland, Principal Consultant, Neudesic, LLC

Based in Irvine, California, Robert Altland is a principal consultant with Neudesic, a leading Microsoft .NET professional services firm and a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Robert's career has spanned the spectrum from design to development, which gives him unique insight into Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Microsoft Silverlight application development. He has been developing enterprise Web and Windows-based applications using the.NET platform since its release, and Robert has been actively developing WPF and Silverlight applications for the past two years.

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      Yazid

      Very cool stuff, I could not see a link to download the applications and code you have used in the screencast.

      Is it possible to provide a link?

       

      TIA

      Yaz

       

       

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