No sponsors WPDevCon 2012 | The Windows Phone Developer Conference CCR Registered Lincoln Anderson(Click here for classes)Advanced Metro, Part I: Designing a Better Interface for Your WP7 AppAdvanced Metro, Part II: Metro Design ClinicLincoln has worked with clients, including American Express, Porsche and, most notably, Microsoft. Lincoln was one of the first developers to work with Silverlight (then codenamed WPF/e) as an invited guest to Microsoft’s artist-in-residence program in Redmond, WA. He has since designed the UX for several prominent Windows Phone 7 and WPF projects, including the “T-Shirt Cannon” app for MIX ’10, the “Kinect Recliner” for MIX ’11, and Microsoft’s “Project Detroit” smart car. Lincoln is also recognized as a UX wizard and contributing author on the Coding4Fun team on Microsoft’s Channel9. As a pioneer in Metro design, Lincoln has a direct line to Microsoft’s internal development team. As such, he is among the foremost experts on Metro principles.Twitter : @BrokenLincSam Basu(Click here for classes)Metro, Metro, Metro!Windows Phone + SignalR = Awesome Possibilities!Connecting the Dots Between Windows Azure and Windows PhoneSamidip is a technologist and gadget-lover working as a Manager and Solutions Lead for Sogeti out of the Columbus, OH Unit. With a strong developer background, he now spends much of his time in spreading the word to discover the full potential of the Windows Phone platform and cloud-based mobile solutions in general. He passionately runs the Central Ohio Windows Phone User Group, labors in M3 Conf organization, and can be found with at least a couple of hobbyist projects at any time. His spare time calls for travel and culinary adventures with the wife. Find out more at www.samidipbasu.com.Twitter : @samidipDarrin Bishop(Click here for classes)Integrating SharePoint Social Features into Your Windows Phone 7 ApplicationsCreating SharePoint Windows Phone 7 ApplicationsBuild SharePoint and Windows Phone 7 ApplicationsDarrin is a founder and director at Aptillon, Inc. He has been awarded SharePoint MVP for seven years and has been involved in SharePoint since 2001 when the code-named product Tahoe was released as SharePoint Portal Server 2001. Darrin has a diverse background in SharePoint and has covered the product life cycle from envisioning, design, installation, development, customizations and even administering farms. Recently, Darrin has been working with the Windows Phone 7 platform and Azure. He has been focusing on the integration of the platforms with SharePoint 2010. You can commonly find Darrin speaking at user groups and conferences. You can read Darrin's blog posts at blog.aptillon.com/category/darrin-bishop.Twitter : @bishopBrendan Clavin(Click here for classes)Windows Phone App Localization for a One-World MarketplaceHaving worked in the software industry for over 20 years, Brendan is a leading expert in the area of internationalization and localization. He is the CTO at Tethras Technology Limited, a cloud-based localization service for app developers. In 2005, Brendan was the first person hired into Google's Internationalization Engineering team. While there, he built out the team and was responsible for the infrastructure at Google that is used to create and deliver all of Google’s products in up to 100 languages. He has played key roles in a number of high profile companies, including Ariba where he built the localization department; and Iona Software and Adobe Systems where he was involved in creating infrastructure and tools that facilitate the delivery of products and services to non-English speaking people around the world. He started his career working for Claris Corporation.Twitter : @bclavinMichael Cummings(Click here for classes)Social Games on Windows Phone 7 and the Web Using Microsoft AzureCreating a Game Lobby for Your Windows Phone 7 GameXAML User Interfaces for Your Windows Phone 7 XNA GamesCreating Multi-Player, Turn-Based Games Using Windows Phone 7 Push NotificationsMichael has nearly 20 years of experience as a systems analyst and software developer, and is a Microsoft MVP in XNA/DirectX. He is an experienced technical lead with strengths in systems architecture, software development, infrastructure design and deployment, and business process as it relates to technology. Michael holds multiple certifications from Microsoft and other certifying organizations, including MCP, MCT, MCSD, MCSE and MCDBA. In addition to working with many different technologies, Michael has also taught hundreds of Microsoft Certified Courses as a Microsoft Certified Trainer. Michael is dedicated to the community and speaks at user groups, code camps and conferences.Twitter : @mcummingsSebastian Holst(Click here for classes)Mobile Exception Monitoring and Analytics in Visual Studio 2012Sebastian is CMO at PreEmptive Solutions, the producers of the analytics technology embedded inside Visual Studio. His role there includes product strategy and product management. Sebastian has also personally developed and published a number of popular mobile apps that run on WP7, Android and iOS. With experience across platforms and marketplaces, he brings a unique perspective to the process and business of developing mobile applications. For fun, Sebastian is working with local high schools to launch an independent study curriculum to jumpstart mobile app development in Northeast Ohio. Active in computing and industry standards bodies, Sebastian sits on the MMA Mobile Analytics and Privacy subcommittees, and was an active member of the W3C Advisory Committee during the development of many of today’s Web recommendations.Twitter : @ssholst Matt Lacey(Click here for classes)Produce Better Apps by "Thinking Mobile"Handling Tombstoning and Fast Application SwitchingUsing Async and Await on Windows PhoneMatt is a freelance Windows Phone developer who has been developing for various mobile devices for over nine years, and on the desktop for a few years before that. He has worked on over 24 apps in the marketplace, including 10 apps for "showcase partners." Before freelancing, Matt worked at organizations varying from a seven-person startup to a multi-national consultancy with tens of thousands of employees. He has primarily worked as a senior developer (where he used more languages and platforms than he can remember), but has also worked in support, technical pre-sales and staff training. Matt organizes the Windows Phone User Group in England and has spoken at numerous user groups all over the UK. He is the author of the highly popular Tombstone Helper library, and if you’ve asked a question about Windows Phone 7 on StackOverflow, he probably answered it.Twitter : @mrlaceyNick Landry(Click here for classes)Get Started with Windows Phone DevelopmentAdding Location Intelligence to Your Windows Phone Apps With Bing MapsAdvanced Data Visualization in Windows Phone ApplicationsNick is a Senior Product Manager for Infragistics, a provider of user interface development tools that empower developers to build and style immersive user experiences and rich data visualization in line-of-business applications across all .NET platforms, the Web and mobile devices. Nick is at the helm of Infragistics’ mobile, data visualization and mapping developer tools across multiple technologies and platforms. He previously spent 16 years of his career in IT consulting and services organizations across various technical and business roles, designing, building, managing and selling innovative software solutions for some of the world's top brands and Fortune 500 companies. Known for his dynamic and engaging style, he is a frequent speaker at major software development conferences worldwide like TechEd, DevConnections, DevTeach and others, and is an eight-year Microsoft MVP awarded on Windows Phone Development. With 20 years of professional experience, Nick is a developer and software architect by trade and specializes in Enterprise Mobility, Location Intelligence and Mapping, Touch Computing and NUI, and Game Development with XNA.Twitter : @ActiveNickJose Luis Latorre(Click here for classes)Developing Windows Phone Data Applications with MVVM, Parts I and IIJose Luis is a Microsoft Silverlight MVP, Toastmaster’s Competent Communicator, TechEd Speaker, INETA Speaker, STEP member, technical writer and reviewer. He is also a trainer with over two years of experience in Windows Phone and Silverlight, and is deeply involved with the technical communities through his collaboration with INETA Europe, Barcelona Developers and Devitug UK user groups. Jose is strongly focused on XAML technologies like Silverlight, Windows 8 and Windows Phone and WPF. He has written several articles on these topics, reviewed a book, and done several talks over the last years in both Spanish and English. He is also committed to becoming a competent communicator through the Toastmasters program, and has recently successfully finished the competent communicator program. Jose is also currently in the middle of writing a book dedicated to .NET 4.5 and Windows 8.Twitter : @joslatMichael Lehman(Click here for classes)Accessing Real-Time Data Feeds to Deliver Real-Time Information at a GlanceMichael is a developer, hardware engineer and social media pioneer. His career has spanned and often shaped the past 40 years of advanced computer technology innovation. His myriad of inventions include the first hardware implementation of the UCSD P-machine, one of the first Integrated Development Environments (compiler + editor), the first direct-to-binary Pascal compiler for PCs, the best-selling spreadsheets for Mac (Microsoft Works) and Amiga (MaxiPlan), the Microsoft Blueprints/Feature Builder Power Tools, and most recently mobile apps for iOS and Windows Phone. Utilizing the breadth and depth of his pioneering work in the software industry, Michael is continuously helping developers stay up to date through his seminal work as one of the first 12 podcasters worldwide (Mike’s Manic Minute) to sharing his accessible expertise as a Technical Evangelist and public speaker. He has also authored numerous articles and books, including “25 ThingZ iPhone developers need to know about the iPad,” “Making Songwriting Demos Easier,” and a forthcoming online course for Windows Phone developers.Twitter : @Michael_LehmanChris Love(Click here for classes)Building the Modern Mobile Enterprise with HTML5 and the CloudChris has nearly 20 years (yes, that's right) of Web development experience, and has built a wide variety of websites and applications in those years. In the past few he has begun to immerse himself in the mobile Web application space, giving him some amazing experiences using cloud technologies, HTML5 and all the major mobile platforms. Currently, Chris is focusing on solving the problems many enterprises are having, adopting a winning mobility strategy as Tellago's Chief Mobility Officer. He has authored two books, is working on a new Mobile Web App book, and is a five-time ASP.NET MVP. Chris regularly speaks at user groups, code camps and other developer events.Twitter : @ChrisLoveJim McKeeth(Click here for classes)Advanced HTTP ProgrammingBYOD: Your Data on an Employee's DeviceJim is a veteran software developer, community activist, podcaster, blogger and conference presenter with 20 years of experience. He is developer evangelist for RemObjects Software where he travels the globe teaching and inspiring developers to achieve new levels of success in their development efforts. Jim’s belief that training should be fun and informative is evident by his creative style. Jim presents at conferences all across North America and Europe. In addition to traditional conference sessions, he also trains full-day and multiday workshops. Currently he is planning a tour across the United States with his family so he can visit as many software developer groups as possible.Twitter : @JimMcKeethSean McKibben(Click here for classes)The Joy of PushSean is a native and resident of Colorado, and loves working in the the tech startup environment that is flourishing around the Denver/Boulder area. Sean’s day job is VP of Engineering for Push IO LLC, and he has been working in the interactive industry for over 18 years. One of Sean’s biggest passions is integrating technology seamlessly into people’s lives to facilitate their ability to communicate and interact with each other. He studied graphic design and computer science, and mixes the two into interdisciplinary concoctions on a regular basis.Twitter : @graphexColin Melia(Click here for classes)Building Reusable Components for Windows 8, Silverlight 5, WPF and Windows PhonePractical Windows Phone + Windows AzureColin is a Microsoft Regional Director and Microsoft MVP for Silverlight. He is known as an architect, trainer, speaker and author with deep and broad knowledge of the latest Microsoft technologies. He has proven problem-solving skills, hands-on solution creation ingenuity and the ability to communicate rich and complex ideas. He speaks regularly with his British accent at conferences, events and code camps for Microsoft and community organizations, as well as being a college academic advisor. In the summer of 2010, he developed and delivered the first Windows Phone 7 boot camp tour in North America, training dozens of developers and companies across Canada at Microsoft offices. Colin has 17 years of hands-on experience in areas of rich UI with WPF/Silverlight, cloud development with Azure and BI with SQL Server, along with in-depth knowledge of core technologies such as .NET, OData, WCF, WF, LINQ and WIF. He has developed award-winning simulation technology with rich UI, cloud-based learning portals and workflow-driven BI systems. He also created the first streaming video community site with Windows Media.Alan Mendelevich(Click here for classes)A Developer's Guide to Windows Phone App Marketing and MonetizationAlan has been developing software for a living for more than 15 years. He has been an active participant of the Windows Phone community since its inception, and has delivered talks on Windows Phone development, marketing and monetization at multiple events in Europe. In early 2011, Alan launched AdDuplex, an ad exchange network for Windows Phone applications. AdDuplex is helping developers promote their apps for free by helping each other. Via his involvement with AdDuplex and the Windows Phone community in general, Alan was able to collect and analyze valuable information and insight about promotion and monetization techniques used by developers. He is happy to share the insight back with the community on his blogs at devblog.ailon.org and blog.adduplex.com, and talks on the subjects of Windows Phone development, app marketing and monetization.Twitter : @ailonEric Neff(Click here for classes)Deep-Dive Data-Access WorkshopEric is an experienced technical architect who offers over 14 years of overall experience in as a technical architect and senior software developer. He is an expert in full life-cycle application development, middleware, and n-tier application development, with specific expertise in Microsoft .NET application development. Eric specializes in object-oriented analysis and design in systems development with a focus on the scheduling of service personal of manufactured items, and was instrumental in the design and implementation of data relation schemas for the lexicography industry. Eric was recently promoted to the Director of Mobile Innovations at Kiefer Consulting Inc. This puts into practice several years of hobbyist development Eric has done in the mobile space on iPhone, Android and Windows Mobile. Eric is active in the local development community through his participation in the Sacramento Google Technology Group and as a board member of the Sacramento Dot Net User Group. He has given presentations on Mobile Web Technologies, Mobile Development and ASP.NET Techniques. Eric has presented Mobile Design Patterns at the 2012 Government Mobility Conference, using Query in Visual Web Parts at The SharePoint Exchange, 3 Ways to Mobile at the Sacramento Dot Net User Group and Northern Nevada Computer User Group.Chris Nicol(Click here for classes)Design for WP – It Doesn’t Have to Look and Feel Like a Programmer Designed It!Forget Code-Behind – Templates, Behaviors and More!After 17 years in Ireland, Chris moved to Alberta, Canada. He attended Red Deer College taking CST before taking a private course specifically on .NET in Edmonton. Even in his early days as a programmer, Chris had a focus on UI development and User Experience while working on some high-profile applications, including Pizza Hut Hawaii’s online ordering site. After moving to contracting, he started focusing more on XAML development, both in Silverlight and WPF. In October of 2009, Chris moved with his family out to Vancouver, BC to take a position at iQmetrix as a UI/UX Architect where he now manages a design team that creates great experiences every day. Outside of making great user experiences, Chris is a huge Vancouver Whitecaps fan and makes the most of living in one of the most amazing cities in the world.Twitter : @ChrisNicolBary Nusz(Click here for classes)Windows Phone XNA Graphics and Sensor IntegrationBary's career has taken him from the oil field services industry, to LCD research, the DOE, and now Falafel Software as a Software Architect. He's served as a lead researcher, designer, and programmer on numerous systems that encompassed a wide range of technologies such as ultrasonics, eddy current, and down-hole viscosity measurements - all along the way using the latest software technologies to solve complex control and data imaging challenges. He's given numerous talks at the Silicon Valley Code Camp and has been a technical editor on several software books. With numerous patents and engineering/scientific achievement awards, he finds no challenge too hard to handle. During the spring, he spends time chasing down severe storms, and in the summer spends time at the lake with his family. He also enjoys competing as an epee fencer along with his son and daughter. Bary has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech University.Twitter : @VetEpeeFencerDaniel Plaisted(Click here for classes)Share Code to Target Multiple Platforms with Portable Class LibrariesSince joining Microsoft in 2008, Daniel has worked on the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF), Portable Class Libraries, and .NET for Metro style apps. He has presented at MS TechEd North America 2010, BUILD 2011, and various local groups, code camps, and conferences. In his free time, he enjoys computer games, reading, hiking, juggling, and footbagging (hackey-sack).Twitter : @dsplaistedSubramanian Ramaswamy(Click here for classes)What’s new for .NET Developers in Windows Phone 8Subramanian, or Mani, has been a program manager at Microsoft since 2008. He worked on improving the runtime and framework performance in the past and currently drives code generation strategies in the runtime. He holds a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has also authored several conference papers and MSDN magazine articles.Walt Ritscher(Click here for classes)Expression Blend for the Phone DeveloperMastering Movement - The Art of Using AnimationWalt's enthusiasm for crafting software interfaces blossomed early. Just a few days after discovering how to make pixels move around the screen of a borrowed computer, he was devouring books on the topic of computer graphics and UI design. Now he travels the world speaking at software conferences and teaching a diverse portfolio of programming topics for corporate clients. On the consulting side, he continues to work with customers like Microsoft, HP, Intel and Intuit, and he enjoys being part of the Wintellect consultant group. He writes for several publications, including CODE Magazine. His current UI obsession revolves around the Windows 8 Metro, Silverlight, Windows Phone, and WPF APIs. His blog can be found at blog.wpfwonderland.com. Walt is also a Microsoft MVP and the author of "HLSL and Pixel Shaders for XAML Developers" and the free Shazzam WPF Shader utility.Twitter : @waltritscherMichael Samarin(Click here for classes)Using Full Potentials of Windows Phone Camera and Imaging APIsWorking with Audio on Windows PhoneCustomizing the Windows Phone ExperienceMichael has been developing software professionally since 1994, and has had a Ph.D in Computer Science since 1997. His portfolio includes projects in areas ranging from military forensic investigations, neural networks and video surveillance to interactive media showrooms, projection systems and mobile applications. Michael is currently leading developer training in a multi-platform mobile development team at software and project house Futurice Ltd., the fastest growing Finnish technology company of 2008 and Best Place to Work in Europe 2012. Michael holds titles of Nokia Champion and Nokia Certified Trainer. He is frequent speaker at technology events such as Oredev, Nokia World, Qt DevDays, JavaOne, MS TechDays and others.Twitter : @MichaelSamarinElad Shaham(Click here for classes)From a New Windows Phone Project to the MarketplacePrism, Caliburn Micro, MVVM Light – Best frameworks for Windows PhoneElad is a senior consultant and instructor at Sela Group. He has over 10 years of experience in client-side development and architecture for client Microsoft technologies, which include WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone and the new Windows 8 Metro Style Apps. In the past year, Elad has helped create Windows Phone training materials for Microsoft, and has been delivering lectures about Windows Phone to students in several Universities and Colleges in Israel. He is also leading the Windows Devices User Group, which is supported by Microsoft Israel.Twitter : @eshahamJames Steele(Click here for classes)Utilizing Sensors from Windows Phone to Metro AppsJames was doing post-doctoral work in physics at MIT when he decided to join a startup in Silicon Valley. Fifteen years later he continues to innovate as VP of Engineering at Sensor Platforms, bringing research projects to production in both the consumer and mobile market. He actively presents and participates in various Silicon Valley new technology groups. Jim is also co-author of the "Android Developer's Cookbook.”Lino Tadros(Click here for classes)Testing Windows Phone ApplicationsAlain “Lino” is chairman and CEO of Falafel Software, a Silicon Valley-based company dedicated to providing world-class consulting, training and custom software development to small, medium and enterprise-level businesses. Prior to founding Falafel, Lino was a member of the development team at Borland for Delphi and C++Builder. In 2003, Lino was awarded “Trainer of the Year” by Borland, and continues to share his expertise as a regular speaker at tech events worldwide. Lino's speaking engagements include the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Developer Launch Event in Mountain View, Silicon Valley Code Camp, DevReach Bulgaria, and the keynote at ITCamp Romania. His topics range from mobile to Web, but his expertise in Microsoft C# and .NET-based technologies has won him Microsoft MVP status nine years in a row.Twitter : @linotadrosCarlo Toribio(Click here for classes)Windows Phone 7 Programming for the iOS ProgrammerCarlo began programming in C++ in college in the early 2000s, then moved to C#, utilizing Windows Forms and ASP.NET technologies. He has four years of professional development experience with technologies such as WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone 7, ASP.NET and iOS. The majority of his career has been spent in the Microsoft technologies and Visual Studio, but recently he has been transitioning to iPhone and iPad development. In Carlo's current role as a Software Engineer for Odyssey Computing, he has been developing WPF, Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 applications and mentoring his peers in such technologies. Over the past four years, he has spoken at several conferences at the University of Baja California in Mexico, addressing students majoring in Computer Information Systems to discuss important topics in the field of software development.Twitter : @wpfdudeJosh Twist(Click here for classes)Light Up Your App with Windows AzureJosh is a Senior Program Manager with Microsoft working as part of the Windows Azure team. His focus is enabling mobile developers to easily add back-end capabilities to their applications. Josh is originally from the UK where he worked for Microsoft as a consultant and was awarded the title of Systems Developer of the year 2009 by the British Computer Society and Computing magazine. Josh has a passion for teaching and is an experienced presenter, speaking for Microsoft at numerous events, including the flagship //BUILD/ event in 2011.Twitter : @joshtwistJohn Waters(Click here for classes)Moving Your WP7 App to Windows 8 MetroJohn, President and CTO of Falafel Software, has a long history of technology leadership. Prior to joining Falafel Software, John ran his own consulting company in Sweden for nearly a decade. Falafel Software lured him away in 2003, and his experience and leadership has been essential to the growth of the company. He has served as the lead architect and project manager on a number of high-profile software products and custom Web and mobile solutions. His expert status on Windows Azure cloud computing and mobile development has allowed him to speak at many recent events, including the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Developer Launch Event in Mountain View, Microsoft TechDays Switzerland, Silicon Valley Code Camp and DevTeach. These same technical skills have been critical to the success of Falafel Software’s mobile conference application, EventBoard.Twitter : @fljohwatKelly White(Click here for classes)Five Points of Focus for Building a Memorable AppWindows Phone for the Micro-ISVMonetization - Past Results and New StrategiesKelly is a Windows Phone Development MVP and the president of Silvertail Software Inc. He has over 12 years of industry experience building Web applications, and has a passion for startups and ideas that can change the world. Kelly is on the organizing boards for both the Portland Startup Weekend and the Oregon Game Project Challenge. He has also been a regular guest on the Sparkling Client podcast. Kelly founded and previously ran the Portland Silverlight and Windows Phone user groups, which during its heyday included taking a busload of 40 user group members to Microsoft for the Silverlight 5 announcement. He also helps organize and present at Windows Phone Unleashed events in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Kelly speaks regularly at User Groups and Code Camps throughout the Pacific Northwest on Silverlight and Windows Phone Development.Twitter : @mckhendryShawn Wildermuth(Click here for classes)Get Started with Windows Phone Development Using SilverlightTop 10 Mistakes Windows Phone Developers MakeBackground Agents: Best PracticesShawn is a nine-time Microsoft MVP (Data), member of the INETA Speaker's Bureau, and author of seven books and dozens of articles on software development. He is involved with Microsoft as a Silverlight Insider, Data Insider and ASP.NET Insider. Shawn has been seen speaking at a variety of international conferences, including TechEd, Oredev, SDC, VSLive, WinDev, MIX, DevTeach, DevConnections and DevReach. He is one of the Wilder Minds at http://wilderminds.com, and can also be reached via his blog at http://wildermuth.com.Twitter : @ShawnWildermuthChris G. Williams(Click here for classes)Using the Microsoft Push Notifications Service in Your Windows Phone Apps and GamesXNA Part I: Building a Scrolling Tile Engine with XNAXNA Part II: Building a Pathfinding System Using Waypoints with XNAChris is a Principal Consultant and Mobility Practice Lead for Magenic. He is the author of "Professional Windows Phone 7 Game Development" and numerous articles in CODE Magazine. He's also a XNA/DirectX MVP, MCT, MCSD (.NET) Early Adopter, MCAD, freelance game developer, conference speaker, vintage arcade game collector, INETA Community Champion and four-year Board of Directors member, and occasionally plays a pretty mean guitar in Rock Band.Twitter : @chrisgwilliamsChris Woodruff(Click here for classes)The Top 10 Ways to Market and Generate Revenue for Your Windows Phone AppLearning How to Shape and Configure an OData Feed for High-Performing Windows Phone ApplicationsChris (or Woody as he is commonly known as) has a degree in Computer Science from Michigan State University’s College of Engineering. Woody has been developing and architecting software solutions for almost 15 years, and has worked in many different platforms and tools. He is a community leader, helping such events as Day of .NET Ann Arbor, West Michigan Day of .NET and CodeMash. He was also instrumental in bringing the popular Give Camp event to Western Michigan, where technology professionals lend their time and development expertise to assist local non-profits. As a speaker and podcaster of the popular podcast "Deep Fried Bytes," Woody has spoken and discussed a variety of topics, including database design and open source. He is a Microsoft MVP in Data Platform Development and was recently recognized as one of the top 20 MVPs worldwide. Woody has also worked in many arenas throughout the years, including healthcare, manufacturing, publishing, promotion execution and the automotive industry. He has experience with starting and running new ventures, including past work with technology startups. Woody continues to develop his expertise by learning and developing new technologies to better meet the needs of his clients, while devoting his free time to improving the development community at large, and giving back to the community in which he lives. Woody currently works at Perficient, Inc. and is the President of the West Michigan .NET User Group. You can find his blog at www.chriswoodruff.comTwitter : @cwoodruff This site's content Copyright © 2011 - 2013 by BZ Media LLC, All rights reserved.WPDevCon™ is a trademark of BZ Media LLC.Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft.