• .NET

    UIElement3D Tips and Tricks

    It has been a while since I last blogged and after changing teams in the company I decided that it’s time to brush the dust off my blog.  So far the move from the ASP.NET world to WPF has been both challenging and enlightening at the same time. There are many new programming concepts going on in WPF and I will try to keep a series of blog posts which will reveal my experiences and thoughts from the viewpoint of an ex-ASP.NET developer diving into the brave new world of WPF.     These days I am dealing with a lot of...

  • .NET

    converter.telerik.com - now open

    Howdy geeks! No, it's not Christmas time, but we have a nice present wrapped up for you :) For the ones out there like me who enjoy all sorts of gizmos – check it out: http://converter.telerik.com/ the cool new service offered from the telerik labs free of charge for everyone. I was wondering how to best describe the idea, but Todd seems to do a better job: Code Converter is a free and simple VB to C# and C# to VB code converter. While there are several other good code converters available, none are perfect. Some are buried in busy websites. Some are awkward...

  • .NET

    MCPD / Enterprise Applications Developer

    December 21, 2006 Share
    I’ve recently completed my certification (ah, thanks, you’re too kind!) and a lot of people have been asking me what’s the deal with all the new .NET 2.0 credentials. I will try to answer those questions in the following blog post. For those among you who don’t already know Microsoft has reorganized their certification system. In the .NET 1.x world there were two recognizable certifications that could interest professional developers like us: MCAD (Microsoft Certified Application Developer) and MCSD (Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer). The MCAD certification was aimed at regular developers who could choose to specialize in either windows forms or web applications....

  • .NET

    r.a.d.ajax and web services

    October 15, 2006 Share
    My team and I have been working hard to bring you the cool web services functionality that shipped with r.a.d.ajax in Q3 a week ago. And now, when the goodies are out in the open, people are beginning to explore the new features and looking for suitable ways to use them. I have been reading some of the initial support tickets we received about the web services support in r.a.d.ajax and it seems that quite a few people would appreciate some guidance with this somewhat advanced feature of the product. This blog post is meant to get you guys started. Scared...

  • .NET

    telerik team strikes Ohrid

    It is that time of the year when the summer heat begins to remind us it is the right moment to take off on a road trip for the weekend.  That’s how two colleagues and I decided to visit the cool town of Ohrid in neighboring Macedonia. It all started on Friday evening with nothing more than our backpacks and a couple of beers to maintain high spirit during the somewhat tedious travel :). We arrived very early on Saturday and were welcomed by the refreshing scent of the Ohrid lake. The lake, the old houses, the monasteries turn the town into...