As promised, WE'RE LIVE!!!!!
David Platt just announced a new 4 day course on WCSF from April 8th to 11th. Register here.
One of the repeated requests I hear from customers working with WCSF and SCSF is "Where can I get training?". Fortunately thanks to David Platt,
As is obvious from the comments, we've hit some delays. This reason is due to GAT/GAX issues with version 1.4. Those issues have been resolved and GAT/GAX 1.4 has now shipped. I guess you can say that the previews ended, but then the film broke while we were setting up the projector :) I am happy to say we are back on track now and planning to ship next week. Thanks for your patience.
Ward Bell just told me about this little gem. IdeaBlade has an upcoming MSDN Magazine webinar entitled "Introduction to the Entity Framework and LINQ". LINQ is the new query language that is shipping as part of .NET 3.5 and provides language constructs for querying and filtering in-memory objects.
The other day Larry Brader (Our Lead Test Manager) and I were having an interesting conversation that led me to make the above statement. Larry and I were discussing the root drivers for many of the architectural qualities I have been pushing on within the "Prism" project.
OK, you’ve heard of TDD and BDD, but have you heard of SFD? SFD stands for Simple-First Development. It’s a principle that we’re driving on as we move forward in our "Prism" (Composite WPF) project. Essentially it means that when we attempt to solve any problem,