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

June, 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>

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    Talking about Prism with InfoQ

    Recently at the ALT.NET Summit, I got a chance to sit down with Greg Young to discuss the work we've been doing in our new Composite Application Guidance (Prism). In the interview we talk about the guidance, what technical and architectural challenges...
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    Composite Application Guidance, time to ship

    • 1 Comments The last time I did one of these posts, I was off on how close we were, by about a month. Well this time that's not the case. At the end of last week we dropped an RC for Composite Application Guidance...
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    StockTrader RI using Castle Windsor

    I am supposed to be working an article, but couldn't resist posting on this one. Our most recent Prism drop (now called Composite Application Guidance) includes a spike we did where we converted our reference app to use Castle Windsor. It was a pretty...
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    Loosely coupled communication - Prism style

    Francis has been a busy man lately on his blog with a series of posts on the various loosely coupled communication patterns and mechanisms we use in Prism. He gives a great overview of what they are and in which situations they are applied within our...
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