Slides from my WPF talk

I did a talk at the victoria .Net usergroup on WPF, so i decided to share my slides in case anybody finds them useful

A lot of my talk was done using demos that i would create from scratch in front of people, so there it might be a little light on. But it could be useful for anybody else wanting a base to start from.

During the presentation i showed the WPF bag-o-tricks http://j832.com/bagotricks/, as it is a great way to show people the shinyness of WPF.
And as always i point people to my list of WPF links for beginners https://davidburela.wordpress.com/2008/09/28/wpf-links-for-beginners/

The Slides: 20081215-vicnet-wpf.pptx

By David Burela

WPF links for beginners

When I was starting to learn WPF I kept a list in OneNote of all the links that I found useful, as I assumed that one day someone else would start learning WPF. Last week I trained a group of people in WPF and shared with them all of these links, so I thought I should share them with the world, I hope it comes in handy for those that have NO idea where they should start on their WPF journey.

WPF basics

History/reasons behind WPF
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa480192.aspx

Getting started with WPF (branches off into many sub pages detailing styling, resources, binding, anything you need information on. Is the best place to go to for specifics)
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms742119.aspx

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