TechEd Europe – patterns & practices content sessions

Attending TechEd Europe? Don’t miss the great set of sessions by our own Don Smith & Tom Hollander: ARCWD01: Software Factory Futures (Tom) Tuesday 7th November, 16:00-17:15 ARCWD02: Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 3.0 (Tom) Wednesday 8th November, 09:00-10:15 Wednesday 8th November, 15:15-16:30 ARCWD04: Introducing the Service Factory (Don) Thursday 9th November, 15:45-17:00 Friday 10th…

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New CAB/SCSF workshop offering from David Platt

David is doing it again. A new 4 days workshop on CAB & SCSF on December 4th has still open positions. I strongly recommend David’s class for those of you who want to jump start their understanding of CAB & SCSF. Feedback from previous sessions has been outstanding. Details here: http://rollthunder.com/DotNetTraining/CompositeUIA…

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CAB and Multimonitor applications

This is a frequent question, especially with customers that are building application that require huge screen real estate management (industrial control, etc). If you are building such solutions, the Screen object is your friend. For example, if you are using a WindowWorkspace (where each part will be displayed in a separate non-modal window), you can…

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Web Client Software Factory and Workflow Foundation

Check out the 3rd. release of the Web Client Software Factory. Among the interesting things included is support for  pageflow (demonstrated on the electronic payment use case) which is using Workflow Foundation as the underlying runtime. http://msdn.microsoft.com/webclientfactory

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CAB, SCSF & Agile Development Podcasts Series on Dr. Dobbs Journal

Don’t miss the series of fantastic episodes on Agile Development, CAB and SCSF in Dr. Dobbs Journal with Mark Baker and Peter Provost: Episode 1:Composite UI App Block (CAB) InternalsAs one of the architects of Microsoft’s Smart Client technologies in the Patterns & Practices group, Microsoft Software Development Lead and Agile guru Peter Provost of…

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