Monthly Archives: November 2010

How to correctly say my name in the Swiss manner

Personal
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This post was imported from my old blog and had 1 comments which are included as a screenshot at the end of this post.

As an answer to the suggestion by my friend Andrea, here is how my name is pronounced in Switzerland (at least in the French speaking part, where I come from, as opposed to the German speaking part, where I live).

This was motivated by the always wonderful Adam Kinney talking with Jesse Liberty about MVVM Light and trying to say my name like I once taught him Smile While I salute the effort, and while the first name is “almost there”, there is still work to do for the last name (listen from 18:00).

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Watch the #Silverlight Firestarter event with us!

.NET, Silverlight, Technical stuff, Work
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On December 2nd, Microsoft is having an exciting event in Redmond: The Silverlight Firestarter. This is a whole day dedicated to this amazing technology, something like an extension of PDC if you like. The program is an exciting overview covering most of the aspects of Silverlight application development, by some of the best experts in the field.

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Back from TechEd Europe 2010 (Berlin) #tee10

.NET, IdentityMine, MVVM, Phone, Silverlight, Technical stuff, Windows Phone, Work, WPF
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I spent this week in Berlin in company of about 5000+ other geeks at Microsoft’s TechEd Europe. I had experienced the conference for a very short time last year as I spent just 2 days helping on the Silverlight booth at the Technical Learning Center. This year however I was invited to give two talks and participate in a panel of experts.

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