.NET Rocks! - Glenn Block and Brian Noyes on Prism
While at TechEd 2008 in Orlando Carl and Richard recorded this interview with Glenn Block from Microsoft and Brian Noyes from iDesign about the Prism project, formally named Composite Application Guidance, which promises to simplify and organize WPF development projects.
- Glenn Block is the Technical Product Planner for the Client UX program at patterns & practices. As Product Planner he is responsible for driving the vision and creation of p&p client deliverables including the Web Client and Smart Client software factories.
Brian Noyes is Chief Architect with IDesign, Microsoft’s Regional Director for Virginia and a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). Brian’s latest book is Data Binding with Windows Forms 2.0, for Addison Wesley, and he is working on his next book, Smart Client Deployment with ClickOnce. Brian publishes articles in a variety of publications and speaks at international conferences and events including Microsoft TechEd US, Europe, and Malaysia, Visual Studio Connections, and DevTeach. Brian is a top-rated speaker on the INETA Speakers Bureau and travels the country frequently speaking to developer user groups. Brian got started with programming to stimulate his brain while flying F-14 Tomcats in the Navy, graduating from Top Gun and U.S. Naval Test Pilot School. You can always find out the latest things Brian is up to through his blog.
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