Monthly Archives: August 2008

Building Composite apps with Silverlight

Blaine and my old team are at it again, and this time it’s for Silverlight. If you are building composite applications in Silverlight, they need you! Head on over  and take this quick survey to help them to prioritize on … Continue reading 

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Firing generic events with EventAggregator

It’s been a while since i posted anything on Prism. When I left p&p, i said you would see more posts on Prism on my blog. I’ve been pretty immersed in MEF since leaving and haven’t done any posts on … Continue reading 

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ForEach, a simple but very useful extension method

This evening I was writing some code (Yay!) for an Xml based MEF catalog I am prototyping. I came across the need to invoke a set of methods on an IEnumerable<T> that was returned from a LINQ to XML query. … Continue reading 

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Prism, MEF and DI oh my

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 … Continue reading 

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Composite Application Guidance Talk at Tech-Ed

Several months ago, Brian Noyes and I delivered a talk on Composite App Guidance AKA Prism at Tech-Ed USA. In the talk we discuss the essentials of Prism and do a bunch of demonstrations (well Brian did) of how to … Continue reading 

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