Deep Fried Bytes: Migrating Silverlight apps to Windows 8 Metro with Derik Whittaker

Deep Fried Bytes

In this episode, Keith and Woody sits down with developer Derik Whittaker to talk about the migrating Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 applications to Windows 8 Metro and Derik's outlook on the future of developing for Windows 8 Metro Style apps.Thanks to our guest this episode Derik i.

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In this episode, Keith and Woody sits down with developer Derik Whittaker to talk about the migrating Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 applications to Windows 8 Metro and Derik's outlook on the future of developing for Windows 8 Metro Style apps.

Thanks to our guest this episode

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Derik is a Software Architect working at 3 BirdsMarking, which is a social marketing start-up company, helping build out a world calls Silverlight application .  Recently Derik has been focused on building Windows Phone 7 and rich Silverlight applications.  He has over 11 years of experience developing, mentoring and leading Microsoft based products for a wide variety of different professional fields. 

Derik has been awarded the MVP award in C# for the past 4 years, he is also a member of the ASPInsiders group.  He has been working exclusively with .Net since its inception and has professional experience in both VB.net as well as C#. He is also a follower and believer in the Agile methodologies and has wide array of experience using various Agile techniques in the real world.

Derik can be found on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/DerikWhittaker

Derik blogs at http://www.dimecasts.net/

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