Rocky Lhotka recently released his CSLA .NET 3.0 Business Object framework.  I’ve followed Rocky’s work since the days of Professional Visual Basic 5.0 Business Objects (Professional), Visual Basic 6.0 Business Objects, Professional Visual Basic 6 Distributed Objects, all the way to Expert C# 2005 Business Objects, Second Edition.  I’ve even used CSLA on some projects in a former life.  I have not kept up with advances in CSLA .NET since 2.0 other than reading Rocky’s blog.  In his roadmap, Rocky mentions that he is focusing on writing CSLA .NET 3.5 with an emphasis on how LINQ will be incorporated and creating CSLA Light for Silverlight 1.1.  He also plans on updating his book for 3.5.  I’m curious to see how Rocky and others (like the folks over at patterns & practices) incorporate LINQ into their frameworks/libraries.


Comments (2)

  1. cslalearner says:

    yeah it is a gret work by rocky,

    but the problem is getting the books, now as a learner i need to buy the three books, which is not good. i need to buy the first copy and the 2.0 and now 3.0 and tomorrow 3.5

    🙁  🙁  🙁  🙁

  2. praveen says:

    we are using csla.net 2.0 in one of our projects,

    the lack of good books and examples is a problem :(.