Prism talk at WPF Bootcamp


Some months ago I delivered a talk on “Prism’ at the WPF Bootcamp. The talk gives a good overview of why we are doing this work. At the time of this demo it was very early, before we even started on the RI work. It does give a good idea of where we are heading, and what is different about this work from what we’ve delivered in the past.


I also get to do a bit of coverage of different design patterns including those that play out specifically around WPF, how we are pushing Composition vs Inheritance. Finally, I talk about what we are doing to support different OS alternatives like Castle Windsor, etc.


I want to thank Karsten Januszewski for inviting me to the event. I got a chance to have some great customer interactions and talk to some tried and true CAB customers. At the same time, I think much of content was probably a bit heavy and I am known for erring on the side of MORE information not less.


View the video here…if you have any issues viewing, you can download here.


 

Comments (3)

  1. Hi Glenn,

    Is there any chance of getting my hands on that groovy little sample app you showed in the video?

    Cheers

    Justin

  2. gblock says:

    Hi @Justin

    I think I would be doing you a disservice to send it to you. Why not just check out the "real" thing here http://www.codeplex.com/prism 😉