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.
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.
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,
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
And now for something completely different...
It all started with a dream when I first joined the MEF team it was the...
A few weeks ago I had a chance to chance to chat with the gang over at Herding Code on all of the above. I was in a particularly talkative mood after coming from a full day of presenting at Tech-Ready, so I'll warn you that there might be some rambling.
About three months ago, we were on the heels of shipping Prism (Composite Application Guidance). At that time, I went to Don Smith my then manager ecstatically and said “Man I just love being in p&p, this is amazing”. What I meant is that I love the work we are doing,