Thank you everyone for turning out to Tuesday’s XAMLflix Data Visualization webinar, featuring the RadControls for Silverlight and WPF in action. We covered a lot of ground in this webinar, moving at a quick pace to present the wide range of Telerik Data Visualization controls with lots of hands-on coding and examples, but as those who attended can see we didn’t even have time to cover them all (yes, we do have that many first class data visualization controls in our toolbox).
A Quick Recap
For anyone who may have missed the webinar, here is a quick recap to entice you to watch the on-demand video:
And remember, this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to our RadControls for Silverlight and WPF. But you’re in luck! We’ve got two more webinars scheduled for the next two weeks being presented by Michael Crump and Jesse Liberty, our resident XAML Evangelists – follow this link to register for both.
Call to Action
What, you mean I want you folks to do something after reading all of that?
Most certainly! Telerik is a company driven by customer feedback, so in addition to the XAMLflix campaign we have a few other things in the pipeline to help you make the most of our Silverlight and WPF suites, but when it comes down to it we want to hear from you to know what kinds of resources help you to best adopt and use our controls. So drop me a line in the comments and say “Hey Evan, it would rock if you folks could produce XYZ!” and we’ll put it in the pipeline. Seriously, right now we are bursting at the seams with XAML Evangelism talent and we want to put it to work for our customers.
Now for the really good stuff – check out the on-demand video for the webinar here and feel free to download a copy of the project that I put together from this link. That way you can play along at home and experiment with these controls from the comfort of your workstations.
Thanks and stay tuned for more from the XAML team and XAMLflix!
Evan Hutnick works as a Developer Evangelist for Telerik specializing in Silverlight and WPF in addition to being a Microsoft MVP for Silverlight. After years as a development enthusiast in .Net technologies, he has been able to excel in XAML development helping to provide samples and expertise in these cutting edge technologies. You can find him on Twitter @EvanHutnick.