Laurent Bugnion

I work as a senior interactive developer for IdentityMine, one of the leading companies for Microsoft technologies such as Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight, Surface, Windows 7 and generally User Experience. I was IdentityMine’s European branch’s first employee, based in Zurich Switzerland, where I live with my wife Chi Meei and my two daughters Alise and Laeticia.

In October 2008, the book “Silverlight 2 Unleashed” that I wrote was published at Sams. This book is a complete tutorial about Silverlight and filled with code samples and illustration in full color.

Originally an Electronics engineer, I achieved a postgrade study in Software Engineering in 1999. In the past, I worked at Siemens from 1996, where I helped introduce WPF and other .NET 3.5 technologies worldwide. My job involved developing with the mentioned technologies, training and coaching my colleagues, coordinating and integrating the graphics designers’ work, and relationships with Microsoft. Prior to that, I wrote embedded C/C++, and then moved to desktop computers in Java, JavaScript and eventually .NET (desktop and ASP.NET).

Privately, I code in ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight and WPF. I blog on and write on where I publish articles, prototypes and demos related to the mentioned technologies. In 2008, I earned a MCTS for WPF. 2009 is my 3rd year as a Microsoft MVP (Client App Dev).


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10 12 2012
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25 03 2013
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