Last week, David Start of Elegant Code and I got a chance to chat on ALT.NET, Open Source at Microsoft, and MEF. David was a great host who I am sure loved responded as he through some curve balls at me.
This is a follow up from my previous post on Composite extensions for Win Forms.
Brian Noyes just posted a set of Composite Extensions for WinForms which includes a working and very simple (see below) sample.
I forget to mention this in my last post, but this deserves it’s own. If you are going to PDC, check out the Open Space sessions, I mean UnSessions. I know, I know you are thinking it will be a cheap knock off.
I’ll be speaking at a bunch of conferences in the next two months, two of which I am extremely excited about.
PDC is one of those amazing conferences that I’ve been hearing about for the past three years since joining Microsoft.
Today we launched an exciting project on CodePlex, namely the Common Service Locator library. What is it? It’s a shared interface that applications and frameworks can reference in order to leverage IoC containers / service location mechanisms without taking hard dependencies.
The dominoes all fell like this.
Several weeks ago, we shipped our first drop of MEF on CodePlex. The source license for that drop was MS-LPL or the Microsoft Limited Permissive License.