Microsoft puts a lot of attention this days into UX (User Experience) technology, which currently results in a burst of new UX related technology and tools like WPF, Silverlight, AJAX.NET, Expression Suite etc.
While this is all great technology and hence in principle good news for architects, this also causes a problem (sorry about that :-)) for architects in that they need to get an insight in how to position all those UX technologies to make sure to make the right decisions for projects and frameworks.
No more sobbing good people, help is under way!
Indeed, in this paper, David Chappell discusses WPFs unified presentation platform and how it helps designers and developers collaborate more closely to create rich, immersive Windows user interfaces. Discover how the common programming model for standalone and browser user interface applications works in tandem with Windows Forms, Silverlight, and ASP.NET AJAX as well Visual Studio 2008 and Expression Blend, Web, Design, and Media.