Count-first is the approach that Steve McConnell suggests in his Software Estimation book.
In this post we explore the basics of Prism to create a mantainable and scalable WPF application. How to get started Download the nuget Prims.Xyz package for your Platform: in this example for WPF (Prims.WPF and Prism.Unity) with Visual Studio; Create a bootstrapper; Edit App.xaml and App.xaml.cs files; (Bonus point) Reorganize our project. With this … Continue reading How to get started with Prism in 3 easy steps
It has been nine months since the opening of this blog and it's time to make a look back. I started this adveture to record some interesting readings, some thoughts and to exercise in writing. I also started because I read all over my Twitter timeline and other developers' blog that opening a blog and … Continue reading Keep it going
Azure Cognitive Services are an amazing tool than enables developers to augment users' experience using the power of machine-based intelligence. The API set is powerful and provides lots of features that are organized in categories: vision, speech, language, knowledge, search, and labs. In this post we learn how to leverage the Emotion API to get … Continue reading Integrate Azure Cognitive Services in UWP app
Twitter is my favorite social network. It is useful both for work and for fun: I read twitter often and post some tweets, too. In this post we’re going to see how to read information from Twitter about the logged user and how to interact with the Twitter API with a Universal Windows App (UWP). … Continue reading Integrating Twitter with Universal Windows Platform