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Anyone who went to MIX10 probably remembers the killer presentation given by IdentityMine superstar, Laurent Bugnion (@lbugnion) about MVVM called "Understanding the MVVM Pattern."

MIX's format includes an open call for topics, which are then voted on by attendees.  So this is your chance to see Laurent at MIX11.

Laurent has submitted two topics - we've provided details and voting instructions below:

Topic 1: Deep Dive MVVM

Description: Laurent will offer answers to the biggest questions about MVVM, including lots of code and demos.  The session will include discussions about multiple views and viewmodels, and how they can be structured and communicate.  Laurent will also demonstrate how to build "view services" that can be used to interact from the vieewmodel tothe view for various features such as showing dialogues, collecting user feedback, navigating between pages, and more.  It's going to be a really fun session.

The abstract can be found here.  Click on the "Vote for this session" button

Topic 2: Exploring a Blendable Windows Phone 7 Application

Description: Expression Blend can be used in to create amazing user experiences for Windows Phone 7.  Developers can use the free version of Expression Blend to develop WP7 applications, which has generated a spike in interest in Blend.  This session will be based on actual projects where using Blend with design time data accelerated development tremendously.

The abstract can be found here.  Click on the "Vote for this session" button.

Laurent's presentations never disappoint!  Get out there and vote for these topics!

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