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: $46.99

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
In this webcast, Ian Griffiths, author of Programming C# 5.0, will discuss asynchronous programming techniques.

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.

"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