Ian Griffiths

Ian Griffiths

Ian Griffiths is an independent WPF consultant, developer, speaker and Pluralsight instructor and a widely recognized expert on the subject. He lives in London but can often be found on various developer mailing lists and newsgroups, where a popular sport is to see who can get him to write the longest email in reply to the shortest possible question. Ian maintains a popular blog at http://www.interact-sw.co.uk/iangblog/ and is co-author of "Windows Forms in a Nutshell" and of "Mastering Visual Studio .NET".

Programming C# 5.0 Programming C# 5.0
by Ian Griffiths
October 2012
Print: $54.99
Ebook: $43.99

Programming C# 4.0 Programming C# 4.0
by Ian Griffiths , Matthew Adams , Jesse Liberty
August 2010
Print: $54.99
Ebook: $43.99

Programming WPF Programming WPF
by Chris Sells , Ian Griffiths
Second Edition August 2007
Print: $49.99
Ebook: $39.99

Programming Windows Presentation Foundation Programming Windows Presentation Foundation
by Chris Sells , Ian Griffiths
September 2005
Ebook: $31.99

.NET Windows Forms in a Nutshell .NET Windows Forms in a Nutshell
by Ian Griffiths , Matthew Adams
March 2003
Print: $44.95

Mastering Visual Studio .NET Mastering Visual Studio .NET
by Ian Griffiths , Jon Flanders , Chris Sells
March 2003
Print: $39.95
Ebook: $31.99

Webcast: Asynchronous Programming with C# 5
August 01, 2012
Although asynchronous programming techniques are critically important, they have been strangely neglected in languages and libraries for years. On the server side, they are the way to get the best performance possible, and on the client side, they...

Webcast: Managing Complex Asynchrony with the Reactive Extensions (Rx)
August 22, 2012
In webcast number two in the series Ian Griffiths, author of Programming C# 5.0 discusses Asynchronous systems and their complexity. The new language features for dealing with them in C# 5.0 are only half of the story: library support is also essential...

"My credit goes to O'Reilly with series of books I consider to be the best in the field: Programming WCF Services, Programming Windows Presentation Foundation, and now Programming WPF. "
--Stanislav Dvoychenko, Plain Old Stan

"Of all the programming books I've reviewed over the last couple of years, I found this to be one of the most well written, and easiest to follow...I highly recommend Programming WPF. This may very well be considered the Bible of this technology."
--Nick Schweitzer, Blogcritics Magazine

"Weighing in at a little over 400 pages, it is not possible to cover every facet of WPF. However the author does a fairly thorough job covering each chapter. Enough detail is provided so that the reader gains a good beginning knowledge of the topic and can build on it themselves."
--Todd Miranda, Internet Professionals Society of Alabama