Speaker details
Silicon Valley Code Camp 2010

Bary Nusz

Bary Nusz
Bary has been working for Falafel Software for over 5 years. Bary’s career has taken him from the oil field services industry, to LCD research, and to the DOE. 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 downhole viscosity measurements — all along the way using the latest software technologies to solve complex control and data imaging challenges. 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.
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Speaking Sessions

  • Attached properties and behaviors in Silverlight and WPF

    5:00 PM Saturday   Room: 3401
    This session will cover attached properties and behaviors in Silverlight and WPF. The differences and similarities between the two will be discussed and examined through numerous examples.

  • Advanced XAML for WinPhone 7

    3:30 PM Saturday   Room: 1501
    A talk on advanced XAML for WinPhone, including how to build the incremental search functionality of the Code Camp Viewer (will cover Attached Properties, Binding, ViewModels, CollectionViewSources, etc)

  • Designer and Developer working together with WinPhone 7

    1:45 PM Saturday   Room: 3401
    In this session Matt Kurvin and Bary Nusz of Falafel Software will demonstrate how a Designer and Developer can work together in harmony. We will go over the WinPhone 7 version of the CodeCamp Viewer.

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