Wallace B. McClure

Wallace B.

Wallace B. "Wally" McClure is a Xamarin MVP, Xamarin Insider, Microsoft MVP,  ASPInsider, member of the national INETA Speakers Bureau, author of 10 programming books, and a partner in Scalable Development. He blogs at www.morewally.com and co-hosts the ASP.NET Podcast. Find Wally on LinkedIn and Twitter: @wbm.

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How to Advance Your Software Development Career: Sharpen Your "Soft" Business Skills
Wallace B. "Wally" McClure schools software developers in the nontechnical side of moving ahead in a technology career: Figure out how to add value to the company you work for, learn to negotiate, and get comfortable with interpersonal communications.
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How to Market Your Software Business: A Guide for Developers 1
Follow this sensible advice from Wallace B. "Wally" McClure to improve your self-marketing skills and successfully market your software development expertise.
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The Business of Development: Guidance for Professional Software Developers
Wallace B. McClure introduces an article series to help software developers understand software business development, covering topics such as working with a startup and the benefits of marketing yourself and your company.
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Build an iPad Application Using MonoTouch, C#, and .NET
MonoTouch iOS app development tutorial: Wallace B. McClure explains how .NET C# developers can target their iOS apps for the iPad.
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Working with Images and Animation on the iPhone and iPad with .NET and C#: Part 2
Use these coding techniques to add animation to apps and edit videos in iOS (iPhone and iPad) using the Xamarin MonoTouch C# platform.
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Working with Images and Animation on the iPhone and iPad with .NET and C#: Part 1
Add photo and animation features to your iPhone and iPad apps, using Xamarin's MonoTouch C# iOS development platform.
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Start Using HTML5 in Your Web Apps -- Today!
You can build HTML5 ASP.NET web applications, such as a sample file upload app, using Modernizr, jQuery, polyfills, and other resources.
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Introduction to HTML5 for Mobile App Development
In this HTML5 for mobile app development tutorial, you'll learn how to start building HTML5 web apps with jQuery and jQuery Mobile.
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Build Mapping and Location Services into Your MonoTouch iPhone Apps
Wallace B. "Wally" McClure explains how to add mapping and location awareness to iPhone mobile apps developed with the MonoTouch iOS development environment, using the Apple iOS Map Kit and Core Location frameworks. Includes a sample MonoTouch C# iOS application.
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MonoTouch Tutorial: Display Tabular Data in iPhone and iPad Apps
If you're building an iOS app using Xamarin's MonoTouch .NET and C# development platform, you need to know how to work with data in iPhone and iPad apps. In this article, Wallace B. "Wally" McClure explains first how to display tabular data in an iOS app using a UITableView, then how to retrieve data using WCF or REST-based web services, SQLite, or SQL Server.
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HTML5 for the ASP.NET Developer 2
The latest version of the HTML web specification, HTML5, includes new HTML tags such as nav, video, and audio; new input controls and attributes; and standards for JavaScript and CSS that greatly expand website development options. Wallace B "Wally" McClure describes how ASP.NET developers can capitalize on some of the best new features in HTML5.
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I'm Hooked on the Cloud
Microsoft MVP Wally McClure believes Windows Azure is the answer to many developer challenges.
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Guide to Building iOS Applications with MonoTouch for the .NET/C# Developer
NET developers can build native iOS applications using their C# programming skills and Novell's open source MonoTouch development platforms.
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