Stuart Kent - Software Modeling and Visualization
We’ve been enjoying injecting MEF extension points in our tools to make it easy for customers to write extensions using very simple code. Jean-Marc has just posted a sample demonstrating how MEF-enable your own DSL so you too can add MEF extension points for customers. See http://blogs.msdn.com/jmprieur/archive/2010/05/17/enabling-your-dsl-for-mef-extensions.aspx for details.
Just catching up on blog reading and came across this post from Cameron: http://blogs.msdn.com/camerons/archive/2010/05/08/sequence-diagram-re-linq-and-lambdas.aspx
It gives the details of of a small extension to UML sequence diagrams introduced in our VS2010 implementation to cope with deferred execution of LINQ expressions. And gives a real insight into the lazy execution strategy used for LINQ expressions.
Cameron Skinner has recently been on tour in the US giving talks about the new architecture tools in VS2010. He was touring with a developer evangelist Jennifer Marsman, who has followed up with a load of informative blog posts giving more detail on teh material that Cameron presented. A good entry point is http://blogs.msdn.com/jennifer/archive/2010/05/10/visualization-and-architecture-tools-in-vs2010-cameron-skinner-tour-summary.aspx.