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Posted 10 Sep 2012

Getting Started w/ Windows 8, MVVM Light and EventToCommand

, 11 Sep 2012 CPOL
Now that Windows 8 and Visual Studio are in RTM I wanted to put together a quick entry for those Windows Phone developers making the transition to Windows 8 development with their MVVM Light skills.

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Shayne P Boyer
Architect Boyer Consulting Services
United States United States
Shayne Boyer aka TattooCoder, has been developing Microsoft based solutions for the last 15 years. Currently working as a Solutions Architect focused on Services Oriented Architecture and in his spare time runs the Orlando Windows Phone and Windows 8 User Group. He is a passionate developer and loves to talk about his craft, teach and also learn from others.

- MCSD .NET
- Telerik MVP
- Orlando Windows Phone & Metro User Group Founder (@OrlandoWPUG)
- INETA Speaker
- DZone.com MVB

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