Author Archives: David Wetzel

About David Wetzel

A Microsoft Certified senior-level Architect / Developer with 15+ years’ experience specializing in architecting, constructing, and deploying complex, secure, and scalable applications. • Experience in multifaceted business – boxed software, multi-tiered (SOA) systems, multi-threading, network integration utilities, and customized accounting packages. • Proven history using Microsoft’s newest technologies (WCF, WPF, WF, and LINQ). • Solid management skills, demonstrated proficiency in leading and mentoring individuals to maximize levels of productivity. • Strong SQL database background – design, optimization, and administration • Experience mentoring individuals on new technologies and best practices through team presentations, formal lectures, blogs (https://davidwetzel.wordpress.com), and code reviews. Specialties: Currently hold 14 certifications through Microsoft.

Best Practices for Implementing Server-less RESTful Services

Introduction With advancements in cloud technology, managed services are not only an option, they are becoming the standard. A managed services means little or no maintenance for you. Most of these services scale dynamically as demand increases and there are … Continue reading

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Source Code & PowerPoint from Seminar

I have the source code and the PowerPoint that I used during my seminar.  You can download it from my main blog site: http://blogs.windowsclient.net/airborneengineer/archive/2009/10/08/source-amp-powerpoint-from-seminar.aspx

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Using Silverlight & WCF Seminar

I have a confirmed date and place for my next lecture.  I will be presenting a seminar on using Silverlight and WCF.  This will tutorial rather than just the technologies capabilities.  October 6th at 6:00 PM (food & drinks are … Continue reading

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WPF Styles and Templates – Part II (ComboBox Customization)

This is the second part of my article on customizing controls in WPF. If you have not read the first part and are not familiar with Styles you may want to read part I http://windowsclient.net/blogs/airborneengineer/archive/2009/06/09/wpf-styles-and-templates-part-i.aspx . In this article we … Continue reading

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WPF Styles and Templates – Part I

I originally started out with the intention on describing how to make an image or image and text display in a ComboBox.  As I started writing the article, I realized that instead of making one massive article describing what needs … Continue reading

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WPF Using WinForms – Wrong Approach

Background It has been quite a while since I have been excited about something new is software development that made me want to spend my off hours playing around with it.  When WPF first came out I did not even … Continue reading

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WPF in South Florida

I have been working with WPF for about a year and a half now.  I really enjoy the flexibility that it provides but it does have quite a learning curve when you have been working with WinForms for most of … Continue reading

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