.NET DEVELOPER INSTRUCTOR

Dan Wahlin

Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for ASP.NET and XML Web Services

Biography

Founder of Wahlin Consulting which specializes in .NET, HTML5, jQuery, Silverlight and SharePoint consulting. Dan is a Microsoft Regional Director and has been awarded Microsoft's MVP award for ASP.NET, Connected Systems and Silverlight. He is on the INETA Speaker's Bureau, speaks at conferences and user groups around the world and has written several books on .NET such as Professional Silverlight Development, Professional ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX, ASP.NET MVP Hacks and Tips and XML for ASP.NET Developers.  Dan blogs at http://weblogs.asp.net/dwahlin and writes regular columns for Dr. Dobbs and DevConnectionsPro Magazines.​​

Twitter @DanWahlin

Fun day talking about Web API so far. Had the chance to meet people from the Bing, Office, XBox, Azure, and even Nuget teams. Fun to chat.

4 hours 11 min ago

@gblock @ibrahimdurmus Hey Glen - I mentioned that you're one of the geniuses behind Web API in class today. :-)

6 hours 30 min ago

@KevinJHill Thanks! I won't have time this trip but really appreciate the thought! :-)

8 hours 33 min ago


Blog

Video – The Fundamentals of C# Generics by Dan Wahlin

Posted August 14, 2013

In previous posts, we looked at getting started with C# Interfaces and understanding Polymorphic behaviors. In this post, we’ll look at using C# Generics and Custom Generics in your applications. Video transcription  Dan Wahlin: An important feature of the C# language is … Continue Reading

Video – Understanding C# Interfaces and Polymorphic Behavior by Dan Wahlin

Posted August 12, 2013

Video transcription  Dan Wahlin: In a previous session Getting Started with C# Interfaces, I talked about how you can use C# Interfaces to drive consistency across different C# Classes. In this session, I’m going to walk through one of the … Continue Reading

Video – Getting Started with C# Interfaces by Dan Wahlin

Posted August 7, 2013

Video transcription  Dan Wahlin: One of the topics that I get the most feedback or comments or questions about is C# Interfaces. What are they? Why would I use them? Why are they important in our applications? What I’m going … Continue Reading