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Glenn Block - .NETFX Another ALT.NET guy at Microsoft

April, 2008

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Glenn is a PM on the WCF team working on Microsoft’s future HTTP and REST stack.  Prior to WCF he was a PM on the new Managed Extensibility Framework in .NET 4.0. Glenn has a breadth of experience both inside and outside Microsoft developing software solutions for ISVs and the enterprise. Glenn has also been very active in involving folks from the community in the development of software at Microsoft. This has included shipping several products under open source licenses, as well as assisting other teams looking to do so. Glenn is also a frequent speaker at local and international events and user groups.  When he's not working and playing with technology, he spends his time with his wife and daughter either at their home in Seattle or at one of the local coffee shops.<o:p></o:p>

Glenn's blog can be found at http://blogs.msdn.com/gblock or you can follow him on twitter at you own risk at twitter.com/gblock <o:p></o:p>

 

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    Porting Mobile Client Software Factory to Visual Studio 2008

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    About six months, we posted on our p&p site that we would not be doing any further development on Mobile Client Software Factory. Since Visual Studio 2008 has shipped, I've been getting a bunch of questions around Mobile Client from customers who...
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    The Prism team and how we develop

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    We've got quite a diverse team for Prism that spans 3 continents. In Redmond Adam Calderon (Interknowlodgy), Arun Subramonian Namboothiri (Infosys), Prasad Paluri (Infosys), Francis Cheung, Julian Dominguez (Southworks), Bob Brumfield, Glenn...
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    PageFlow reborn

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    Many of you noticed that WCSF 2.0 did not ship with PageFlow. Early during the development of WCSF 2.0, we decided to break out the PageFlow application block and recipes into a separately downloadable package. There were several reasons foremost of which...
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    Reflections on ALT.NET Seattle, the evening before

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    This weekend I attended the long awaited ALT.NET Seattle, in this post I'll share some of my thoughts from the event. ALT.NET kicked off with an opening session with all the attendees. After a Costco run to stock up on food along with several others...
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    Prism talk at WPF Bootcamp

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    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...
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    Announcing the patterns and practices Patterns Factory

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    For some time now I've been working on a project that I've not been able to talk about. Well today, I am finally able to let the cat out of the bag. One of the challenges we've been hearing about from customers is around patterns. We hear they are way...
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    Upcoming talks

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    This is one of the posts that I have been meaning to get to for several weeks, but it just keeps falling to the bottom of the backlog. Tomorrow I jump on an airplane so I guess now is as good as time as any. In the next few months, I have several talks...
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    Dinner in Tel Aviv days before Tech-Ed 2008

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    I am writing this from the keynote for Tech-Ed Israel, with my co-presenter Ohad sitting on my left. So far the trip has been great. Upon arrival and after passing through customs, I was happily surprised to find Ohad waiting for me. He's been a fantastic...
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    SCSF 2008 - go get it!

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    After many months of promising , the wait is over. Smart Client Software Factory for Visual Studio 2008 has shipped! (not shiped) Highlights of the new release include: Runs on GAT/GAX 1.4 Full support for Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5 Supports Entlib...
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    Brian Noyes thoughts on Prism

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    Brian Noyes from IDesign is one of the great folks helping us in the design and development of Prism. Brian brings a breadth of experience with WPF, and has worked significantly with CAB. He also was the author of the click-once integration pieces in...
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