Monthly Archives: March 2013

Thoughts on Presenting LightSwitch to Professional Developers

Hello LightSwitchers,

It has been a very long time since I have blogged here. I have been dedicating my keystrokes to the book I am writing, LightSwitch in Action, but I am going to try and give my blog some attention (I know, I know, I have said this before).

Since I last wrote here, I have presented LightSwitch to three groups of developers (Pittsburgh .NET Users Group, Hampton Roads .NET User Group, and DevConnections). I have been very pleased that not only have they been very interested, they usually walk away with ideas on what kinds of projects they can use LightSwitch for. So, LightSwitch isn’t just for regular guys like me, experienced coders can benefit from it as well.

I posted more detailed feedback on my corporate blog. Check that out.

Until next time…