The past few weeks, the momentum has picked up around samples using MEF. In my last post I mentioned a few. Now today two great posts. First, Brad A (my awesome boss) has gone and done a really nice MEF 101 post.
Several weeks we released a version of MEF under the MS-LPL license. We heard a bunch of feedback on the community requesting that we use a more broader license. Since then we’ve been exploring different possibilities. Early next week we’ll have an official update on our plans.
It’s not an IoC container, It’s not MAF, it’s not the Managed Entity Framework either 🙂 So what is it? There has been no shortage of discussion on this very topic since MEF was first announced. Quite simply, MEF makes building extensible apps,
I can see that StackOverflow.com can turn into addiction and I can’t afford another one 🙂 Anyway while browsing, I noticed a question on MVP vs MVC. I just couldn’t resist…oh and I did add something on Presentation Model. I won’t be surprised if this causes no shortage of controversy.
The name alone pulls me in. Continuous improvement at the end of the day is really what we’re striving for. The names and methodologies we use to get there aren’t important, what’s important is that we get there.
With that in mind,
This year I'll be skipping an awesome visit to Barcelona to head on and be with friends in Malmo, Sweden at the next Øredev. I'll be speaking on the usual suspects and some new ones
Recently I was on a mail thread where the following question was raised. "What are the kinds of things that concern folks from the ALT.NET community?"
Over the past year I’ve been pretty involved with ALT.NET and have been part of countless conversations,
And now for something completely different...
It all started with a dream when I first joined the MEF team it was the...
A few months ago I wrote an MSDN article on the new Composite Application Guidance (which will always be Prism to me 🙂 ) which was just published. In the article I talk about Composite Applications in WPF in general, several design patterns in play,