I am very proud, and excited, to announce that I will soon join IdentityMine as a Senior UX Developer! IdentityMine specializes in designing and developing excellent user experiences via technologies like WPF, Silverlight, and Microsoft Surface. The firm is very well-known and respected in the Microsoft Client App Dev space, so I’m thrilled to join their ranks and help build awesome applications.
Despite my excitement over this new opportunity, I must admit that I will miss working at Infragistics. I am leaving behind a lot of talented, friendly, energetic people there, and wish the best for all of them. Sometimes in life, you just “gotta do what ya gotta do.” This is one of those times for me.
I have a one-way ticket to Seattle for tonight. See you there…
Glad to have you here in Seattle. Should be fun during the next couple years.
Congratulations on your new job.
Thanks Walt. Looking forward to meeting up with you in Seattle. 🙂
You’ll be working with some of my favorite people in the industry. Smart, talented and fun people like the guys at IM are tough to find. Congrats!
That sounds great to me. Thanks for the encouraging words, Robby!
Gonna miss working with you on a daily basis, but I’m excited for your new venture. Have fun!
Same here, Grant. It was fun while it lasted! Keep in touch…
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Congrats on the move and the new job. Just finished digesting your MVVM article (good stuff). I’d love to meet up and discuss using MVVM on complex WPF apps for multi-touch systems (been doing it for a while myself) and give you some suggestions for how best to enjoy Seattle. Did you decide to live right in the city?
Congrats Josh! Welcome to Sunny Seattle 🙂
It will be great to have you in Seattle Josh! Excellent!
Welcome to IdentityMine…
congrats for your move. I wish you all the best…
It just keeps getting better Josh 🙂 … Congratulations! You’re going to have fun …
You sure move around a lot, Josh. How long before we see the blog post, “Starting my new life at Microsoft”?
and P.S Judah… the way I see it if you like WPF, IdentityMine is even a better place to work at them Microsoft!!!
They do the real stuff 🙂
I just emailed you at your Infragistics email. Is it still working? If not, can you ping me?
Sorry to add a comment unrelated post, but without any contact in your about page .. !
In response to your article
I devised a convention-over-configuration approach to ViewModel/Model mappings.
Thanks for the great article — it was a huge jumpstart into wpf mvvm.
Congrats on the new gig Josh.